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Fashion used to be all about the s-word: sex. But lately, another s-word - sustainability - has been climbing the charts.
Ask some people who would plan their ideal party and some of the following names may come to mind: A Star is Born star and all-round enfant terrible Lady Gaga, popstar Harry Styles, Gucci designer Alessandro Michele and tennis champion Serena Williams.
There's something comforting about a classic polka dot, but the most traditional patterns can be just too familiar. The pieces I've chosen here expand into a wider family of spots, and fresh takes on the perennial polka dot.
âMelania Trump, America's media-wary first lady, was finally ready to sit down for her first TV interview as FLOTUS (First Lady of the US), but she had to go to Africa to do it.
Auckland is set to become ground zero of a protest against the sponsor of Team UK's 2021 America's Cup bid.
It wouldn't be a royal wedding without the hats - even if the crazy winds on Princess Eugenie's big day left many of the guests scrambling after theirs.
The royal wedding of Britain's Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank was a star-studded affair.
The Warehouse's move into discounted big brand clothing and footwear is a step towards stopping the onslaught of a big international outlet chain from coming here, a retail expert says.
In this week's roundup, Claire Foy rules the red carpet, Rihanna should have thrown it back and Olivia Palmero can't make it work.
Big sporting and fashion names like Puma, Nike, Adidas and Billabong are being sold at bargain prices through big box retailer The Warehouse.
Meghan Markle is inarguably one of the most elegantly well-dressed women in the world. Sure, she's blessed with great genes and a Hollywood star/member of royalty's bank balance, but she also has an inherent sense of personal style and a clear sense of understanding of what suits her, and bless, her, she sticks to it.
From metallic mini-dresses to latex masks to over-the-top ball gowns, this year's American Music Awards' red carpet was anything but boring.
I am a fashion victim. Literally â my clothes have nearly killed me. From the vertiginous heels I fell over in the '80s, to the skinny jeans I had to be surgically cut out of during the '90s, I really have "dressed to kill".