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Whether you’re pro or anti yellow, there’s no denying the colour is everywhere this season. From Prada and Ganni to Balenciaga and Christopher Kane, the pop-bright tones of sunshine yellow, deep mustard, egg yolk and pale lemon dominated the runway for SS18. 


Even Beyonce put her spin on the colour in her custom Balmain stage outfits at Coachella this month while celebs from Gal Godot to Emma Stone have been spotted rocking sunflower tones both on the red carpet and off duty. 

We wouldn’t blame you for being hesitant to take the plunge into head-to-toe yellow – it’s an acquired taste after all – so our Editors have put together a round-up of the best pieces to help you nail the trend. 

From cool yellow accessories to simple stripes and statement jumpsuits, these are the best ways to rock the yellow trend day or night, whatever your style. 

Scroll down to shop our yellow edit and try the look for yourself… 

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Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Ariana Grande and more recently Kim Kardashian west are wearing a sleek extra long hairstyle. Even Beyonce joined in the action using the extra glossy hair of Cher (and a little rhyme there) as inspiration. 


But the truth is even before Kim's interpretation of a 1970's disco songstress there were many others that attempted to sport the look. 

Crystal Gayle's rapunzel-like locks are a perfect example. The literarly floor-length hair was a staple of her country music persona. Black China's long blonde braids and Beyonce's gleaming, center parted blonde locks worked perfectly against her shimmery gown and diamond necklace.

Beyonce looked amazing during Coachella in long luscious curls. Is there anything she can do wrong?

Looking forward to rocking the bold Rapunzel look this season? Shop all the essentials below!

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Coachella weekend one may be over but the word on everyone’s lips is still ‘Beyonce’. The singer took to the stage in not one but five outfits for her headline performance on Saturday night and made history with her looks.


Bey collaborated with Olivier Rousteing, creative director of French fashion house Balmain for her performance on the Coachella main stage, creating bespoke outfits inspired by Balmain’s military-inspired AW collection.

We saw bright-yellow sweatshirts, glittering Balmain bodysuits, black and gold sequins and nods to the Black Panthers and Egyptian Queen, Nefertiti. Beyonce also rocked signature fishnets, denim cut-offs and bee accessories. 

We loved each and every one of ‘Yonce’s looks so we’ve put together an edit to help you steal her style. Whether you’re heading to a festival or prepping for a night out, these statement pieces will help you channel your inner Queen Bey.

Shop our Editors’ picks below… 

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One highlight of the weekend was Beyoncé at Coachella Festival! The internet went crazy after finding out that Destiny’s Child reunited there - we were all feeling those 90’s vibes! Beyoncé looked incredible on stage and I am so gutted I wasn’t there to see her magnificent performance. #ootd #beyonce #coachella #festivalfashion Photo Credit: @coachella on Twitter

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Beyonce and Jay-Z’s 6-year old daugther Blue Ivy Carter has a street style and red carpet style that we’re all envious of. The little girl has her own stylist! Styled by Manuel A. Mendez, Blue has her shopping and styling done by her personal stylist! Despite her young age, Blue is making fashion statements and is soon to become a fashion icon! #blueivy #beyonce #jayz #stylist #style #streetstyle #redcarpet #celebrity #fashion

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Happy International Women’s Day! Today we celebrate women’s achievements while calling on gender equality. However, this International Women's Day is especially significant, coming on the heels of unprecedented movement for women’s rights, equality and justice. 


From the rise of #MeToo movement to the #TimesUp campaign against sexual harassment following the scandals in Hollywood, the need for change is omnipresent. In January, the second annual women’s march took large cities across the globe by storm, while in the UK specifically, we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the British women’s right to vote. 

The theme for International Women’s Day 2018 is #PressForProgress. The day is meant to bring together global governments, women's organisations, businesses and charities together and will be marked with talks, performances, rallies, networking events and marches. 

Key events include the annual Women of the World (WOW) Festival at the Southbank centre while Penguin Publishing will launch a pop-up bookstore featuring solely female authors. The Like a Woman Bookshop will be open from 5-9 March, with categories like ‘Essential feminist reads’, ‘Inspiring young readers’, ‘Women to watch’ and ‘Changemakers’. 

So this International Women's Day pick up your favourite feminist read, sport a powerful slogan tee, indulge in a day of pampering and remember to support and empower women. Not just today but every day of the year! Throw on some Beyonce while you're at it, too.

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite items from our list below! 

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Today is International Women’s Day, where the message being championed is #PressforProgress


The official campaign website states “Individually, we're one drop but together we're an ocean. Commit to a "gender parity mindset" via progressive action. Let's all collaborate to accelerate gender parity, so our collective action powers equality worldwide.”

This past year has been particularly marked by women speaking up. From Women’s March in the United States and all over the world as a protest against Donald Trump’s presidency, the 100th anniversary of women getting the vote in the UK, to the Time’s Up movement against sexual harassment, voices are rising to call for gender equality. 

To celebrate this day, we've collated our favourite empowering quotes from inspiring, famous women. Scroll the gallery above to read them.


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This week marks the 100 year anniversary of women first winning the vote in the UK. And while much has changed since 6 February 1918, the fact that there’s a plethora of feminist fashion and literature available and multiple women’s marches staged in recent years suggests the spirit of the suffragists is still very much alive. These women, unlike the radical suffragettes who were more militant and resorted to violence (Emily Davison died after walking out in front of King George V’s horse at the 1913 Epson Derby), campaigned to win the vote peacefully. The combination of tactics worked and these days women are campaigning for gender equality and protesting against issues like period poverty and sexual harassment in powerful ways.  


Besides donating money and joining marches, there are other ways to share your beliefs and solidarity with fellow women. We’d suggest reading up about the history of the suffragists and suffragettes, women's rights and feminism; and fashion wise, slogan t-shirts are probably the easiest way to share your thoughts as they’ll effortlessly go with what’s already in your wardrobe. There’s bound to be one that reflect your thoughts and you can discover the protest garment’s 20th century timeline and impact at an exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum which opens today. Dior’s ‘We should all be feminists’ t-shirt, inspired by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s essay and Ted talk, is arguably the most famous and the fashion girl choice, and the audio featured on Beyonce’s ‘Flawless’ track. The word and terms ‘feminist’ (which so loaded you may have to justify yourself to onlookers when wearing it), ‘girl power’ and ‘grl pwr’ feature on a range of stylish pieces and accessories too. We’d also recommend making the Spice Girls your current soundtrack, given their still very relevant #girlpower message, and you can add empowering quotes to your home decor. 

Shop our edit of essential products below! 

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Beyonce looked absolutely flawless at the Grammys. I think the split leg look is stunning and the earrings are absolutely perfect against the all black outfit. Let's also appreciate how suave Jay Z looks! #grammys #blackoutfit #beyonce Credit: Elle UK

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Attendees at the Grammys last night took recent red carpet #TimesUp and #Metoo protests to another level by adding a symbolic white rose to their outfits. The move was the brainchild of Meg Harkins, senior vice president of marketing at Roc Nation and Karen Rait, head of rhythm promotions at Interscope/ Geffen/ A&M Records; with the support of other well-known women in the music industry because the flower historically stands for ‘hope, peace, sympathy and resistance.’ It’s worth remembering that the suffragettes adopted the ‘pure’ colour 100 years ago when they fought for and succeeded in winning women the vote. 


Whether the white rose was actually carried, pinned/embroidered to a lapel, or even temporarily tattooed onto a décolletage, Lady Gaga, Cardi B et al showed their support and solidarity in bold and brave ways. Many stars wore black on the red carpet anyway, like the Golden Globes dress code, which created a gorgeous monochrome style statement as well. And while Beyonce and others didn’t carry the rose, her daughter Blue Ivy was dressed in head to toe white and performers like Kesha, Cyndi Lauper and Camila Cabello wore the hue on stage. 

To stand sartorially with these women and support these important movements, check out how they styled their white roses in their gallery above and then shop our edit of wear-now picks below. 

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Move over ‘Dry January’, it’s all about Veganuary this year judging by the column inches and social media hashtags. As in going completely animal-free for the whole month and thankfully vegan alcohol isn't hard to find so there’s no need to give up your favourite tipple either. The reported benefits are pretty awesome: kickstarting a healthier lifestyle following an indulgent festive period, reducing the risk of heart disease and diabetes, cutting out cholesterol and lowering your blood pressure according to the website. And there are the animals themselves, of course; if there is less demand for animal products- food and clothes, then their suffering and supply should theoretically decrease. It’s also better for the environment as you’ll reduce your greenhouse gas emissions- released by farmed animals- more than you would by giving up your car if you drive. No wonder people are taking the plunge, especially now there are amazing vegan restaurants and products available- as it won’t necessary cost you any more. Beyonce did it, Made in Chelsea's Lucy Watson is doing it and so can you. 


To be honest, though, nothing beats the smell of cooking bacon or the texture and taste of a perfectly cooked steak. No matter how ‘real’ the fake meat is. And if you’re doing this to drop a few pounds, be mindful that you don’t fall into the comfort carb or chocolate trap as sometimes vegetables may not be filling enough. More cooking time may be needed, as well as carrying snacks to keep you on track if you happen to be somewhere that doesn’t have a vegan option. It’s worth doing some nutrition research to ensure you’ll be getting the vitamins and minerals you need in lieu of the ones that occur in animal products. Finally, if you’re are going animal-free then your mindset should probably feed into your wardrobe and makeup bag as well. That means no real leather at all, head to toe. Or wool and fur. When it comes to beauty- mink eyelashes are out or any products containing dairy, honey or beeswax too. Which may mean relegating some of your go-to outfits and products for the month or buying some new ones.  

Here are our ready-to-shop vegan food, fashion and beauty edits to get you started if you’re doing it. 

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Anything Phoebe Philo does at Celine turns to gold, or ends up in wardrobes worldwide in some iteration. For once, though, we weren’t looking at the intelligently visionary clothing of the Resort ’18 collection, rather the gold hoops hanging from the models’ ears. Chunky and twisted, they add a flash of showy glamour to the covetable sense of refinement that feels very of-the-moment. And we’d very much like to impulse buy everything in shot, but the earrings or a similar style are a much cheaper way to get the look.  


What’s funny, though, is that you probably already own a pair of gold hoops but never previously put them into this context. They’re worn by teenagers, rude girls, “chavs” and señoritas with slicked down baby hairs and Croydon facelift ponytails, not necessarily stylish women. We’re stereotyping of course, because gold hoops now have jewellery box essential status due to their incredible ability to elevate any look with instant and undeniable sex appeal. Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce are gold hoop icons and they’ve been spotted on many a streetstyle star. Thin or chunky, plain or detailed, tiny or shoulder- skimming: they’re also in line with the geometric mood in jewellery but are arguably most classic. Don’t bother mismatching your gold hoops or wearing them one by one as it ruins the effect; and if you buy yours in multipacks, you’ll always have back-up pairs. 

Shop your favourite pairs from our exciting edit below. 

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