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Temperly London designs the most beautiful, vibrant pieces. I love this catwalk look for s/s18; how to do sequins in summer. At this time of year I love to adorn myself in sequins but as the days grow longer and I switch my mulled wine for Pimms I would rarely think about sequins. Temperly London proves that we can still sparkle in summer. The autumnal tones are traded for pastels and a heavy boot a sandal. The new way to shine in summer. Image: Instagram @temperlylondon

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After much debate with myself, a lot of #Shopcade and #Pinterest searching and scrolling #BeautyBay for the perfect #Morphe palette I decided to dress up as a unicorn for Halloween. This was such a fun look to create. I worked purples and pinks into the crease of my eyes before highlighting the lid with a pigmented gold. A slick of black liner and some #Eyelure lashes and my unicorn eyes were complete. I then contoured my face with deep purple blended with pink and of course covered my face in glitter. Isn't that what all unicorns do? I would love another excuse to try this with different colours. There is no wrong way with fancy dress make up and the more colour (and glitter) the better.

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Fashion week peaks over Saturday and Sunday and we all get consumed by the mania. Over the weekend, myself and the French Shopcade Editor went to a whopping 20 shows/presentations. Running from BFC to Freemasons hall, we navigated our way through the protests- PETA were campaigning outside the venues on both days.

On Saturday our favourite shows were Ashley Isham, which always gives us serious Club Tropicana vibes and Han Wen, where the 80s punk vibes caught our eye. 

On Sunday the highlights included Jamie We Huang (swoon over those shoes). Pam Hogg, like every season, stole the show- Fearne Cotton and Alice Dellal walked, and accompanied the designer for the finale, where they scattered rose petals on the audience. Then, in a quick dash across London, we went to the David Koma show. It couldn't have been more different from Pam Hogg, but was equally as breathtaking. You know it's going to be a good collection when Olivia Palermo sits FROW.  

Scroll the gallery above to see our fave moments, and make sure to keep up with us on social media for more insights...

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Valentine's Day can be shit. We've all been there- single, sad and drunk. But these stories courtesy of Reddit (of course) really make your bad V-day look like a walk in the park...


1. "I'm single. On Valentine's day this year I treated myself to a new vibrator and got a bad UTI from using it. Last year my date turned down a blow job mid-blow job and told me he wanted to be friends" - happy_valentines_day 

2. "Last Valentine's Day, my husband told me he had never loved me. It was the day that started our separation. On his way home back to another state, he stopped by and saw his ex" - kb13733

3. "Mine is from three years ago when my then boyfriend had to run into his house to get something after we were done with dinner, and I thought he was getting me something nice like chocolate or a stuffed animal...and he ended up coming out with some acne medication that he thought would help me. I said, "I don't think this is the right day to give me this..." - thehappyhaps 

4. "I was married 2/14/87. I was served divorce papers 2/14/2010. Fuck Valentines day forever man" - JenBubbie

5. "I brought myself flowers because I knew my BF at the time wouldn't do it. Instead of thinking 'I should try not to be a douchebag all the time and maybe be a little more romantic', he got mad at me wanting flowers in the first place". - waddupcheese

6. "So here I am, a 20 year old socially awkward swede with barely any experience with girls. However, for some strange reason yesterday (13th) I grew the balls to ask a girl out for Valentines. Not only did she say yes, she ended up going home with me and spent the night. This is where the story begins...See, some of you redditors believe you are socially awkward, allow me to laugh. The first time I share my bed with a girl, I end up dreaming about going to the bathroom to pee. "What's this warm sensation?" I ask myself. "My waist is so warm!". Suddenly wake up from girl shouting and yelling....Oh god, I had PEED MY FUCKING BED. I'M TWENTY YEARS OLD AND I JUST WET MY BED. please allow me to die". - sociallyawkwardvikin 


So, there you have it. Have these made you feel better about yourself? 

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W Mag's new shoot, entitled 'Salute To 5 Powerful Women' includes JLO, Donatella Versace, Kate Moss, Taraji P. Henson and Jessica Chastain. And it's everything. See the incredible images above and read below for the interview highlights... 


JLO: Women Get More Confident As They Get Older 

"I have no patience for anything that's not real, just no bulls*t"

"I think living and pushing outside your comfort zone is the only way to be happy, ultimately."

"I've gotten comfortable knowing what I am good at, and how to do it" 

"Men in their 20s are very confident and cocky, and women are super insecure. And then it flips: men get super insecure, and women get comfortable in their own skin, in a way that makes them more beautiful....I just appreciate myself in a way I didn't when I was that age. And it's not about perfection. I like the scars I have". 

Kate Moss is Proudly Naked at 42 

"From the beginning, photographers always got me to take my clothes off, even though I don't like my body at all. I just had to get comfortable with being naked". 

"Fashion can be cutthroat, but we love it" "I want to please the person behind the camera. I'm a hard worker. And I like the process of creating an image". 

Taraji On Success in Her Forties 

"It's supposed to be over for me at 46, but here I am. I'm a late bloomer, and I'm okay with that. Know why? Late bloomers last loooong" 

"Growing up, math and science was for boys. I wasn't allowed to have that dream. I don't want another little girl believing she can't be a rocket scientist. Fuck that!" 

Donatella On the Power of Fashion 

"The power to keep on going forward. I have to succeed in showing women that we can do more, that we are stronger than men." 

"I cast different models on my catwalk because there is not just one kind of woman. You can't make a revolution for just one woman!" 

Jessica Chastain is the Heroine Women Deserve

"In our society, women are valued for their sexual attraction. I'd like to get away from the sex symbol idea of what beauty is. Actually, that's probably the farthest thing form beauty, because it's makeup and hair, it's pouty lips- it's not real" 

"We're not supposed to be ambitious, we're not supposed to be 'over prepared'" 

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Charlotte Bailly
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Il n’y en a pas que pour la Saint Valentin en février ! On n’a pas toutes besoin d’être en couple pour se sentir accomplie, et se rappeler que les femmes peuvent gérer leur vie sans hommes, ça fait parfois du bien ! 


On adopte le Girl Power avec notre playlist Pop qui nous donne envie de danser, seule ou avec nos meilleures copines, en chantant à tue-tête “I Love Me, I love myself no I don’t need anybody else !” parce que vraiment, être bien dans notre peau, c’est le plus important. Et c’est un travail qui se fait en solo.

Alors on se rappelle qu’il y a pire que les Boy’s Problems dans la vie, et puis Who Run The World ? GIRLS !

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Crédit Vidéo: CyndiLauper, Pussycat Dolls, Robyn, Carly Rae Jepsen, Taylor Swift, Beyonce, Ariana Grande, hailee Seintfeld, 
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Everyone likes to get it on, but we all have different styles. Could this be down to our Zodiac signs? Well, maybe not. But is it fun to read about? Hell yes. Everyone loves looking at their horoscopes, and everyone loves reading about sex- so this is a match made in heaven (if I do say so myself). 


Scroll down to find your star sign and what we predict your fave position is. If you haven't tried it, then that may be where you're going wrong. We've also picked the perfect lingerie to go with your sensual style...

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2017 isn't all that far away, which means it is now time to think about the things we want to change about ourselves in the new year. Of course, your resolutions can range from topics like fitness to philanthropy. We all want to be fitter, we all want to be better people to others. But it often happens that we tend to set unrealistic goals for ourselves, which we inevitably give up after a few months. So we have come up with 10 new year's resolutions that you can actually easily put your mind to and accomplish. Check it out! 


1) Lose 2 kilos by the end of January. 
2) Donate 50 rupees a month to a children's charity. 
3) Clean out the contact list on my phone, one alphabet per day. 
4) Start to cut out my exes (and their current significant others), by unfollowing them on Instagram. 5) Save 1000 rupees a month for 4 months, and increase the sum after that based on my expenses. 
6) Spend 5 minutes a day, every other day, meditating in complete silence. 
7) Learn a new eyeshadow look once a month, and practice it at least once. 
8) Volunteer at an old age home (or any other social activity that motivates you) for at least 1 hour, every 2 weeks. 
9) Try wearing more colour, and bring these pieces to par with all the black in my closet. 
10) Allow myself to eat fries only every other week.

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Ashley Graham has been making waves in the modelling industry the past few years, and not just in the plus-size section! After her big break in 2009 for a body-positivity spread in Glamour, Ashley was chosen for a Lane Bryant commercial. 


The commercial was deemed 'too sexual' to be aired by Fox because of Ashley's bust, leading Lane Bryant to point out a double-standard for plus-size ladies: the spot was completely tame compared to many other lingerie commercials (Victoria's Secret, we're looking at you!) Since then, Ashley has scored spots in Sports Illustrated, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, and Bust Magazine. She's done advertisements for Bloomingdale's, Macy's, Hanes, Nordstrom, Target, Evans, and Addition Elle. 

She's spoken out about body acceptance, including speeches at high schools. And this January, she snagged her best gig yet: the cover of Vogue! According to Vogue Editor-in-Chief Alexandra Shulman, Vogue chose Ashley not only for her modelling skills, but for her personality as well. She's opinionated and articulate, and has an energy that can't help but affect everybody around her. 

Shulman got Ashley to open up in her interview, where she lays it all out on the line. Ashley talks size, beauty, persistence and getting what you want, and how to be invited back as a model. “For 10 years I’d been told I was always going to be a catalogue girl, never a cover girl. Well, I got with IMG and did five covers in a year, boom, boom, boom." 

Ashley also spoke candidly about her size, something that's always been a discussion around her work. "Do I sometimes wish I were thinner? God, in the old days, absolutely I did, but now I feel that to lose weight would be disloyal to myself," she explained. "A lot of who I am is connected to my size, and I am so happy with who I am.” 

Whether she stays at the same weight, or gains or loses weight, Ashley is a fabulous model who's showing us all how to be a little more comfortable in our own skins. In a changing world, Ashley is helping to overturn the standard definition of what a model is supposed to look like. "My body is MY body," she penned earlier in an open letter to designers, asking them to create their clothing in larger sizes, "I call the shots."

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Shopcade HQ recently spoke to designer, creative director, graphic artist and stylist Himanshu Pal for some much needed creative inspirations. Himanshu also maintains a blog called Inbetween9, which showcases some visually breathtaking projects with an underlying theme of androgyny, gender and design. Not only has he styled these projects, but also created interesting graphics for the same. If you haven't checked out his blog already, it's time you did! 


Shopcade HQ (S): Tell us about your personal style. 
Himanshu (H): Personal style means fun to me. It is not about looking like another Justin Bieber fan just because I’m a guy, but it is comfortable and includes every thing from women to men's clothing section and obviously being in fashion really helped me discover being myself and not just following androgyny in all black attires or edgy silhouettes. 

S: Are you more of a stylist or a designer?  
H: I'm more of a designer; but I've always wanted to pursue styling as well, so I did. I'm still at an initial stage and learning so much about design and styling -- it's something I do by maintaining my blog. 

S: What's Inbetween9 all about? 
H: Inbetween9 is about the excitement of Nowness and everything that happens around me. I deal with challenges in a creative and artistic way on my blog and realism and graphics are things that really drive me. I would not say the theme is only androgyny because I also like to explore other aspects of life. 

S: Name a few influential bloggers according to you  
H: There's only one -- Leandra Medine of the The Man Repeller 

S: Name a designer you would like to have coffee and conversation with and why? 
H: Actually there are two -- Victoria Beckham and Tory Burch. What surprises me the most is how these two ladies have built an empire which is fashionable, confident and not like any other clothing house. 

S: Must have pieces in one's closet...  
H: Oversized crisp white shirt, non-stretch raw denim, cotton shirts and tops for the summer! 

S: Your style icon
H: North west! I think she is amazing and no doubt, Leandra Medine is my style mother.  

S: Current trend that you love... 
H: Vibe of 80's, any given day! 

S: Current trend that you hate... 
H: Typical athleisure. 

S: Raw/undone or picture perfect?  
H: Everything has to be effortless for me. We are all so aware these days (all hails to Instagram) that trying hard to look stylish or fashionable for sake of is a passe. Effortless doesn't mean fashion idols in tartan shirt, ripped denims and converse! Fashion has become so cheaply accessible to everyone now at all levels that we can't change but one should know the fine line in between. 

S: You're a strong believer of 'clothes don't have a gender'. Please elaborate. 
H: It's funny how people pull everything into stereotypes, especially clothes! It's the exact same as stereotypes in other industries. However, I want to remain strong and head out with confidence in whatever I wear! I do get stares every now and then but I don't care so much anymore and I still like to shop in women's section irrespective of what people think or say as no one understands my approach to garments. You will never see me wearing what others think I should wear and I feel very liberal when it comes to fashion. It's all about perspective. We find this thought very inspiring, what about you?

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As Adele finished the last stop on her incredible 107-concert world tour, she had a huge announcement for the crowd: she plans on having another baby soon! The British singer/songwriter already has one child, 4-year-old Angelo, with her husband Simon Konecki. She thanked her family for their support of her tour, and posted a Instagram of an adorable banner the two had made for her. 


The banner read "Mummy, you did it!!!" She loved it, writing "I just finished my 107 shows in 10 months. 100% live every night. I bloody smashed it, even if I do say so myself. You lot have been incredible, every night you've been so beautiful, loving and engaged. My band and my crew you made the whole thing turn. And my beautiful family made it easy to do. Big love x." Adele was excited at the prospect of a baby girl, despite her admission that motherhood can sometimes be challenging. 

Last month, she divulged that after her son's birth, she suffered from postnatal depression, "I love my son more than anything, but on a daily basis, if I have a minute or two, I wish I could do whatever the fuck I wanted, whenever I want. Every single day I feel like that." She said the pregnancy was isolating, especially with her non-parent friends: "My friends who didn't have kids would get annoyed with me, whereas I knew I could just sit there and chat absolute mush with my friends who had children, and we wouldn't judge each other." At the time, when she was asked if she wanted more children, she said "I’m too scared. I had really bad postpartum depression after I had my son, and it frightened me." She's changed her mind since then, though, announcing to the huge crowd who turned out for her final show, "Hopefully I'll have another baby! I've decided I want a little girl now... who am I going to give this dress to that I've worn for 107 shows?!" Get inspired by her glamour and shop glittery gowns below. 

In the same Vanity Fair interview, Adele disappointed fans by saying she may not ever want to tour again. "I’d still like to make records, but I’d be fine if I never heard [the applause] again. I’m on tour simply to see everyone who’s been so supportive. I don’t care about money." Fans turned out in droves for her tour, Adele Live 2016, in countries across the world. The show culminated in a final show in Phoenix, Arizona, where Adele made her surprise family announcement. Although Adele's melancholy songs can give the impression that she's still heartbroken over her former loves, she said she's anything but. "There’s a reason I loved them once,” she admitted to Vanity Fair, “and for a while hate got in the way. But I’m an adult now, I’m a mother, and I’m a lot less bitchy. They were interesting people, and while we’re not friends and I don’t see them regularly, I have seen them and it’s all fine." 

At least for the moment, Adele is happy, both with her wildly successful career and with her loving family. So the next time you listen to "Someone Like You," just remember that although she suffered heartbreaks, Adele proves that you can find peace and happiness in the end.

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Mila Kunis, a powerhouse of talent and intelligence, has written an open letter, published on A Plus responding to the sexism she's faced in her industry, and how she's taking a stand. 

She is "done compromising; even more so, I'm done with being compromised", and so are we.

Read the open letter below...

" 'You'll never work in this town again.' A cliché to be sure, but also what a producer threatened when I refused to pose semi-naked on the cover of a men's magazine to promote our film. I was no longer willing to subject myself to a naïve compromise that I had previously been willing to. "I will never work in this town again?" I was livid, I felt objectified, and for the first time in my career I said "no." And guess what? The world didn't end. The film made a lot of money and I did work in this town again, and again, and again. What this producer may never realize is that he spoke aloud the exact fear every woman feels when confronted with gender bias in the workplace. 

It's what we are conditioned to believe — that if we speak up, our livelihoods will be threatened; that standing our ground will lead to our demise. We don't want to be kicked out of the sandbox for being a "bitch." So we compromise our integrity for the sake of maintaining the status quo and hope that change is coming. 

But change is not coming fast enough to help my friends, my peers, or even our children. In fact, a recent study by the American Association of University Women shows that the pay gap is closing at such a slow rate that it will be 136 years before women are paid equally to men. 136 years. And the pay gap is but one clear quantification of the acute undervaluing of the contributions of women in the workplace. 

Throughout my career, there have been moments when I have been insulted, sidelined, paid less, creatively ignored, and otherwise diminished based on my gender. And always, I tried to give people the benefit of the doubt; maybe they knew more, maybe they had more experience, maybe there was something I was missing. I taught myself that to succeed as a woman in this industry I had to play by the rules of the boy's club. But the older I got and the longer I worked in this industry, the more I realized that it's bullshit! And, worse, that I was complicit in allowing it to happen. 

So, I started my own club. I formed a production company with three amazing women. We have been hustling to develop quality television shows with unique voices and perspectives. Since our inception, we have been lucky enough to partner with incredible producers, male and female, who have treated us as true equals and partners. Recently, we signed on to partner with an influential male producer on a project that would shine a light on an important social issue — ironically — inclusivity and our shared human experience. 

In the process of pitching this show to a major network, the typical follow-up emails were sent to executives at this network. In this email chain, this producer chose to email the following: 
 
"And Mila is a mega star. One of biggest actors in Hollywood and soon to be Ashton's wife and baby momma!!!" 

This is the entirety of his email. Factual inaccuracies aside, he reduced my value to nothing more than my relationship to a successful man and my ability to bear children. It ignored my (and my team's) significant creative and logistical contributions. 

We withdrew our involvement in the project. 

 Yes, it is only one small comment. But it's these very comments that women deal with day inand day out in offices, on calls, and in emails — microaggressions that devalue the contributions and worth of hard-working women. 

Subtle gender bias is oftentimes nearly imperceptible, and even wholly undetectable to those who share the bias. It became clear in later emails from this producer that he was totally unaware of why his words were so appalling. What he characterized as a "lighthearted" comment was actually deeply undermining to my contributions and ability to be taken seriously as a creative partner. 

I have no interest in vilifying this man. Blind gender biases are embedded in every facet of our life. They are reinforced by our educational institutions: men dominate the figures we study in history, the luminaries of math and science and technology about whom we learn, and the authors of political discourse we are taught to revere. We are inundated with tales of male superiority that blind us to the architecture of our own relationships. The very word "blind" informs us of everything. No one gets upset when a blind person bumps into a wall, but the wall does not cease to yield force. 

I'm done compromising; even more so, I'm done with being compromised. So from this point forward, when I am confronted with one of these comments, subtle or overt, I will address them head on; I will stop in the moment and do my best to educate. I cannot guarantee that my objections will be taken to heart, but at least now I am part of creating an environment where there is the opportunity for growth. And if my comments fall on deaf ears, I will choose to walk away. 

If this is happening to me, it is happening more aggressively to women everywhere. I am fortunate that I have reached a place that I can stop compromising and stand my ground, without fearing how I will put food on my table. I am also fortunate that I have the platform to talk about this experience in the hope of bringing one more voice to the conversation so that women in the workplace feel a little less alone and more able to push back for themselves. 

I will work in this town again, but I will not work with you."

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