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What questions should you ask your potential wedding photographer?

You probably need to narrow it down to less than four (Picture: Getty) Choosing the right photographer is a crucial part of every wedding. All the biggest wedding dress trends for 2018 Those photos are going to follow you through your life, so you should spend a bit of time thinking about who’s going to be taking them. Once you’ve ...

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Just because you’re publicly affectionate doesn’t mean your partner has to be

(Picture: Twitter/bellakoval) A girl recently went viral on Twitter after she shared two side-by-side photos sharing how the captions both she and her boyfriend had written differed despite them both having shared the same photo.  Isabelle Koval posted a screenshot of an Instagram photo she’d shared of her and her boyfriend enjoying some time together at a football game. Her ...

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This floating tent is basically an extreme water bed

(Credit: SmithFly) Camping is great as it gives you total freedom to pitch a tent almost anywhere. Although as 70% of the earth is water, we’ve actually been pretty restricted up until now. Not any more because the Shoal tent – the first of its kind – is an inflatable, floating raft that lets you sleep on the water and ...

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Immigrants React To Jigsaw's Brexit Response Campaign

The campaign explained why there is “no such thing as 100% British” highlighting how the brand’s Autumn/Winter 17 collection was sourced and manufactured in 16 countries, as well as being designed by staff from 45 different nations.  Jigsaw has wrapped Oxford Circus station in a big pro-immigration ad campaign – people were taking pics of this text, not the clothes ...

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September's SS/18 Fashion Shows Were The Most Diverse Yet, But Where's The Variety In Diversity?

Did the most recent fashion month look any different to previous seasons? Curvier, browner, yellower and non-binary? Tick all of the above. The runways this September were the most “diverse” since, well, ever, according to The Fashion Spot’s Diversity Report, which was released on Thursday 12 October.   Whilst this is a step in the right direction, the catwalk representation still ...

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No Bra Day Is Not Aligned With Breast Cancer Care, So Where Did It Begin?

Women are being encouraged on social media to take off their bras and share photos with the hashtag #NoBraDay. The campaign has also been picked up and promoted by some news sites with headlines explaining ‘why women should leave their bras at home today’ next to photos of semi-naked women. At first glance this looks like another charity event to raise attention ...

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9 tweets about kittens that are better than eating raw cookie dough

Too cute (Picture: Getty, Twitter) Is it one of those days? It’s OK, we’re all friends here. Come on in, have a sit down, have a bowl of ice cream. Black cats are the best cats ever and you’re wrong if you think any different Except no – because I’ve got something even better than ice cream. Something that will ...

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American and British Halloween candy ranked from best to worst

Crazy Americans and their candy (Picture: Getty/Metro) America is scary and confusing, but we can all agree on one thing: They sure do know how to make candy. And pizza. And fried food. Basically any substance overwhelmingly bad for you. But let’s just focus on candy today. With Halloween fast approaching, everyone’s stocking up on their trick or treat stash ...

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Calvin Klein is using some quite traumatic memories to sell pants

Calvin Klein have made a really, really weird choice.  And no, I’m not talking about the choice to not make bras for anyone above a DD cup. They’ve used Kirsten Dunst telling a really depressing story about her first kiss in an ad campaign. In the advert, which is directed by Sophia Coppella, with whom Kirsten works often, she shares ...

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Why do we go for f***boys?

(Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk) The term ‘f*ckboys’ has become commonplace in millennial vernacular over recent years. I sort of wish I could come up with a more suitable term – one which I didn’t feel I had to censor when talking to my parents. But the noughties favourite ‘bad boy’ just doesn’t seem to cut it anymore. It fails ...

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