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Vogue China July issue is 🔥 I guess every woman should have a maxi tulle dress in her wardrobe. We all need to feel an Oscar de la Renta style princess! #dress #gown

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The outspoken actress, singer and former Disney star has an impressive roster of movies under her belt such as Spider-Man: Homecoming, "The Greatest Showman" and "Shake It Up". She's not only a huge Hollywood hit but also a style icon in her own right. More than 48.9 million Insta followers get daily inspiration from her American nonchalant fashion sense comprising of trendy daywear and uber glam appearances. 

Just this week she traded her actress and songstress title for a fashion editorial role at Boohoo. The end result was The Zendaya Edit: a beautifully arranged selection of athleisure, 90's denim, jumpsuits, cropped tops, slogan tees, pastel hues and bell-bottoms that will infuse that elusive summer relaxed vibe. 
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#fcfbfb">Her relationship to amazing style was recognised when she earned the prestigious title of a Vogue cover star. Photographed by Mario Testino for the magazine's July issue she appeared on the front cover wearing a white and olive green feathered Calvin Klein dress.#222222"> 
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#fcfbfb">If you want to incorporate her style here are a few simple rules you can follow:
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Zendaya enjoys wearing a sheer bustier as a top instead of a shirt. The graphic Dior skirt and red lip made the bold choice look oh so glam.#222222"> 

Futuristic Skirt 

For a holiday party she opted for a clear rhinestone mini and turtleneck at the Star Wars premiere.#000000"> 

Tent Pants 

Although it looks like she paired her knotted crop top with a high-waisted skirt, she's actually wearing super wide-leg pants. Pair them with an equally cool same pattern crop top.#000000"> 

Flirty Ruffles 

Zendaya looked pretty in a blue lacy dress. The bow around her neck and waist were the perfect accents to make the dress pop.#000000"> 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop The Zendaya Edit from our exclusive selection below!#2c2c2c"> 

IMAGE CREDITS: Boohoo.com, VOGUE.com.

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If the thought of piling on gives you an uneasy stomach, fear not. The art of layering has never looked better. Although it's an American tic, think the Olsen twins during the mid -noughties, being enclosed in layers of bohemian fabric and oversized coatigans, the Parisians have employed it with effortless ease too. Experimental layering is a dominant issue on the fashion agenda, especially when deciding on what to wear in chilly weather. 


Take Paris Fashion Week for example. Fashion editors from across the globe (not only from the US) showcased their unique vision to nailing the layering craft. We've compiled a few of the best piling-on tricks we discovered on the streets of Paris you can try now. 

TONAL 

Try the tonal approach by opting for slightly differentiated hues of the same colour and wear it from head-to-toe. Throw in an unexpected colour like white or coral to juxtapose to the monochrome look. 

ADD A ROLLNECK 

Rollnecks have many charms being one of the best options for workwear and smart casual alike. Just take cues from Audrey Hepburn's fail-proof styling in 1957's Funny Face for more inspiration.  With your key item in place strategically create the rest of your outfit. 

GO FOR COATIGAN 

A knitted coatigan is your best bet when layering. Just throw it over some of the season's natural fabrics like linen, cotton and hemp and style it with bold and chunky accessories.

ADD SOME LEATHER 

Layering offers a great opportunity to experiment with texture. Don't be afraid to wear your leather jacket under your main coat or trench in a samey colour. 

DON'T FORGET THE PUFFER 

Now might be the best time to invest in a slim quality puffer jacket. Wear it in the same colour just under your coat or trench. To avoid the same shade from top to bottom add a pop of colour in your accessories like a tangerine bag or mules. 

Head to our gallery for more layering inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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Lydia Cotmore
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As spring inches in day by day, daffodil by daffodil, the weather gets a little lighter and a little brighter. It’s an exciting relief from the oppressive cold of winter, but poses new problems for our wardrobes, as the fluctuating temperatures of this transitional period have us choosing outfits in the morning sunshine which by lunchtime are shivering, inappropriate messes under afternoon cloud. The answer to this issue, however, is simple: layering. Now I don’t just mean adding a chunky-knit jumper to a minidress, but layering at base level - so perhaps add a jersey turtleneck under that dress. Wearing a striped long-sleeve tee under a short-sleeved block colour or graphic tee (very in right now) ensures that you’re covered for rain or shine, and protects against those pesky random goosebumps. Styling like this even works for night-out looks, like blogger Megan Ellaby’s above, as mesh tees provide a slightly dressier alternative without causing overheating in crowded bars. Try a shimmery, high-neck mesh top under a loose, black cami, or a band tee for a grungier vibe. Day to night, winter to spring, you’re covered for all occasions and seasons with a layered tee. [Photo cred.: Instagram, Megan Ellaby]

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Emma Watson, Stella McCartney and Olivia Wilde don't have to convince you about the benefits of embracing ethical fashion. Sustainable fashion means making ethical decisions throughout the entire production process.  


This is an issue gaining global attention especially after the Rana Plaza factory in 2013 injuring at least 2,500 workers. Now there's a deeper demand for transparency and more sustainable options have become available as a result. This expansion in product offerings includes athletic wear. #000000">For example brands like Alternative Apparel and YOOXYGEN brands like Studio 189 and PRABAL GURUNG. 

Super-cosy hoodies, slacks and leggings that you can sport confidently knowing that they are made ethically. Make sure the brand that you support is committed to a traceable supply chain, ethical trade and sustainable materials, and that all garments are made in eco-label approved factories. 

Many brands ethos means using natural resources responsibly by reusing and recycling materials even coffee. Yes, there are leggings made of recycled coffee waste mesh fabric that you would never think twice about the origin of the material. The odour can give it away but after a few washes, you'll never even know that your perfect pair of workout leggings were made from coffee. 
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#fcfbfb">So, if you want to make a contribution to an ethical and sustainable future while enjoying your workout, head to our expert edit below and shop your favourite styles! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE Follow us on Instagram #e4af0a">HERE for bite size style inspo! 

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Although last season designers were trading the New York catwalks for British and Parisian shows, this year it seems that London has followed New York's example. Most notably, Topshop abandoned the runway for its traditional Unique show while Emporio Armani and  Tommy Hilfiger also forewent the shows as they were a big departure from London's experimental design team. However, LFW is all about fresh designers, innovative thinking unexpected garments, and bold statements. 


THE NEWCOMERS 

AV Robertson who designed for Marc Jacobs and Presented at Fashion East is one of the emerging designers to watch. Matty Bovan is a press favourite already as she made the cut of The Kids Are Alright in British Vogue's January issue. After earning the Emerging Womenswear Designer award at the Fashion Awards in September, Michael Halpern is constructing an ambitious production and a much-anticipated collection. 

THE VETS 

We'll witness the departure of Christopher Bailey from Burberry on Saturday after 17 years with the House. Johny Coca from Mulberry will be back on the London stage after a small detour to Paris in September, while Delpozo is bringing ball gowns to London in the place of Ralph & Russo. We're really excited to see JW Anderson whose missed the usual Men's show but is putting on his first co-ed collection. 

THE REGULARS 

Even though we may be missing a few names from the list, we can still count on Roksanda, Erdem and Christopher Kane to impress at LFW. Newcomer Michael Halpern will throw a soiree with Brows while Gareth Pugh is hosting a decadent party of his own. Sunday is all about Edward Enninful's British Vogue BAFTA party that will follow after the ceremony.Ready for a taste of London Fashion Week? Scroll down below and shop everything British! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE.com, CNN.

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Morgan Blanks
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This look is for the Spring Fashion Issue of British Vogue. Who doesn't love sequins? #sequins #fashionlooks #britishvogue Credit: Instagram

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Even the biggest health nuts are prone to these bad habits, but as we enter 2018 it's time to live your best life yet! There are all of those tiny things we tend to do without even noticing that are seriously diminishing our quality of life. But we can take back control by simply acknowledging them. Here are a few examples of no no's: 


1. Taking your smartphone everywhere: Even the bathroom because you get separation anxiety. We promise the world will not crumble if you don't have access to your phone for a few minutes. 

2. Holding on to grudges. It never helps to hold it in. Excuse the pun. Release your frustration and move on. You have more important things to do. 

3. You avoid confrontation. Just like the previous point, you have to express your issue to another person with regards to finding a solution. Problems don't go away by themselves unless we confront them head-on. 

4. You postpone health checkups. Yes it's boring and you rather spend your free time doing much more exciting things than waiting in line for your GP but early detection can save you. 

5. Binge-watching Friends on Netflix instead of meeting your actual friends. 

6. You rely on social media for a self-esteem boost: Blogger Leandra Medine said it best in a recent interview. "Posting on Instagram constantly is a cry for help. I used to post more often when I felt bad about myself." There's no button for self -esteem it takes time and social media are irrelevant. Instead, re-connect with your close friends and family for the perfect self-care boost! 

Are you ready for a social media cleanse and a little pampering time? Shop your detox essentials from our expert edit below! 

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In a social media world of constant imitation, faking and plain copycats, it was inevitable that a platform would surface calling out any fashion injustice. We're not only talking about your basic high street brand or celebrity brand (Hey Khloe Kardashian!) imitating pieces to the extent that you can't tell them apart. "Diet Prada", aims to tackle any issue in the fashion industry that it condemns unjust: 


From the exclusion of certain models from the runway due to any discrimination from race to skin colour, weight or sexual preference. Sexual harassment allegations and overall bad treatment of models is also addressed in the account. 

The great part is that although it tackles serious issues the tone of voice is very tongue-in-cheek almost snarky without reaching the point of mean. Here you can find anything from a fake ad for VETEMENTS featuring Kim Kardashian to Rihanna's version of a famous Stella Mccartney faux fur coat to Alice + Olivia copying vintage YSL to models copying each other poses. 

Head to our gallery for more laughs and shop only designer originals from our exclusive edit below!


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Morgan Blanks
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This @azzedinealaiaiofficial acetate knit halter and corset strapped skirt is just wow! Worn by Gail O'Neal for Vogue's May 1986 issue. It was classy then and is still classy now. #red #hot #Vogue Credit: British Vogue

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@selenagomez Looking Stunning For April Issue 2017 The @voguemagazine @VogueRunway 💞💋💞💋💞💋💞💋

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The European court has controversially authorised the ban of the headscarf, taking its first official stance ever on the issue.


The ruling comes after a receptionist was fired from her three year job at the company G4S in Belgium when she started wearing a headscarf to work. The woman claimed she suffered religious discrimination and took her case to the Belgian court who referred it to the European Court of Justice.

The European court ended up ruling in the company’s favour, claiming that the firm’s decision was justified because it amended workplace rules to forbid staff “from wearing any visible signs of their political, philosophical or religious beliefs”. The court further claimed that the company did not engage in discrimination because the company policy covered “any manifestation of such beliefs without distinction”.

The ban was still heavily criticised by many religious figures, sparking quite a lot of controversy due to the recently hotly debated issue of the integration of immigrant communities in Europe. The most extreme criticisms of the ban interpreted it as Europe openly rejecting the Muslim community.

It is very important to keep in mind that the ruling should not be mistaken as a general ban of the headscarf in Europe. Far from that, the court’s decision simply states that companies have the right to implement a ban of all symbols without exceptions.

Of course, the problem is that Islam is one of the few religions in which women wear such an overt symbol at all times (whether you support that or not is another point), so the risk is that companies start using this ban solely to reject Muslim employees, which would of course contribute to the Muslim population’s isolation.

The ban must also be put into context. In France and Austria for example, it can be understood, as the countries have already forbidden wearing any religious symbols in public places, including the burqa for example. 

However, the ban would be out of place here in the UK, home to arguably the most cosmopolitan city in the world, given our strongly ingrained values or tolerance and acceptance, and our belief that everyone should be free to express their political, religious and philosophical opinions freely. It is therefore a little worrying that the ban is implemented on such a general level, given the diversity of countries in the EU, even though we probably won’t feel its affect for too long because of Brexit…


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