11 things you need to know about Edward Enninful’s first British Vogue

The long awaited British Vogue by new Editor-in-Chief, Edward Enninful, is finally here, and it’s being swept off the shelves as we speak. Enninful was announced as the new Editor-in-Chief for British Vogue following Alexandra Shulman resigning back in January 2017, after 25 years at the fashion publication. As the first male Editor-In-Chief for British […]

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Conde Nast US to stop printing Teen Vogue magazine

New York based publishing house, Conde Nast, will shut Teen Vogue in print, cut 80 jobs and lower magazine frequencies, according to WWD. Conde Nast, which is reportedly expected to finish its cuts later next week, will slash about 80 jobs; a decrease of about 2.5 percent of its 3,000-person workforce. Fewer issues of GQ, Glamour, […]

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Retail prices soar by fastest rate in five years

New figures have revealed that retail prices are rising at their fastest rate in five years as high street sales fall and online takes over. According to a report by the Daily Mail, all stores prices were up 3.3 per cent – led by household goods which are 3.5 per cent more expensive than a year […]

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Nars reveals second Christopher Kane collection

Dreaming up something with @christopherkane A post shared by @narsissist on Sep 14, 2017 at 6:19am PDT High end makeup brand, Nars, unveiled its second collection with Christopher Kane during London Fashion Week. The Chrome Couture collection is the second Christopher Kane for Nars series and was available to purchase immediately after his spring / summer 2018 show […]

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Rihanna releases Fenty Beauty line

When the line was announced back in 2016 after Rihanna signed a deal with the Kendo division of LVMH (same company behind Marc Jacobs Beauty and Kat Von D Cosmetics), it feels like beauty addicts have been waiting ages for get their hands on Rihanna’s Fenty beauty line. The singer posted a glimpse of a highlight […]

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Lipsy plans to shut down website by early 2018

The British fashion retailer, is planning to shut down its online trading, by 2018 – but this doesn’t necessarily mean that the brand is struggling. According to Drapers, Lipsy will cease trading from its own website in January 2018. Founded in 2006, the brand, most well known for its party and evening wear, currently has 40 […]

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Beauty Advent Calendars 2017

Yes, I know I’m only writing this in September and the idea of autumn has only just sprung on everyone else’s mind, but when The Body Shop came out with their beauty advent calendar a few days ago, it was only a matter of time before more brands released their version. The trend began back […]

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Gucci and Dior ban size zero models

LVMH and Kering, the fashion houses behind brands including Christian Dior and Gucci, have said they will stop using underweight models for their catwalk shows. LVMH said that female models ‘must be bigger than a French size 32’ – around a UK size six or US size zero. The firms also made it clear that they will not […]

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ASOS to launch own beauty line

  The beauty industry is one of the most competitive markets out there, with outrageous luxury products and beauty gurus constantly on the search for drug store dupes; it seems that every retailer now is trying o break in to the beauty business. Closely following in the footsteps on H&M and Primark, it’s now the […]

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H&M opens Arket store in Regent Street

  H&M opened its spinoff store, Arket, on Friday August 25 in Regent Street, London. But I know what you are all thinking; what and who is Arket? Arket is H&M’s new sister store, which reportedly took two and a half years in the making, and will hopefully pull the retailer into the high-end fashion industry. Speaking […]

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