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H&M's new designer collab might be its coolest yet

H&M has announced its latest designer collaboration – and we think it could be one of our favourites so far.

The high street brand's first collab of the year is with emerging London-based designer Rokh, delivering a covetable collection that is full of experimental spins on wardrobe staples that feel both edgy and easy to wear.

From double-layered trench coats to pleated skirts and structured tailoring, there are plenty of workwear-inspired designs we already have our eyes on. Other pieces fir

Stylish leather jackets to buy now and wear forever

The best leather jackets can transform any outfit, adding edge to everything from jeans and a T-shirt to your favourite dress. Early spring is their time to shine – they're the warm, stylish layer you need while there's a chill in the air – making now the perfect time to shop.

When buying a new leather jacket, there are a couple of things to consider. Firstly, recognise that a leather jacket is an investment that you'll throw on season after season, so it's worth spending as much as you can aff

Omisade Burney-Scott on the inspiration behind The Black Girl’s Guide to Surviving Menopause

Menopause is being openly discussed more than ever before, but there is still a long way to go to ensure the conversation recognises cultural differences and provides the same access to support for women from all ethnicities and backgrounds.

In 2022, a women's health study published by the University of Michigan showed that black women are more likely to experience symptoms related to menopause, including hot flushes, depression and sleep disturbances. And not only that - black women are less l

Emma Stone wears bold one-shoulder gown at the 2024 BAFTAs

Emma Stone was the epitome of glamour as she graced the red carpet for the 2024 BAFTAs awards at the Royal Festival Hall on Sunday night (18 February).

The star, who later won best actress nominee for her role in Poor Things, looked stunning in a peach one-shoulder gown with a statement puff sleeve in a nod to her character, Bella Baxter.

The custom look by designer Louis Vuitton also featured a silk bodice and a chiffon skirt with a quilted band, which appeared to be inspired by the film's 19

Air & Grace founder on how she created the ultimate comfortable shoe

Finding footwear that ticks both the aesthetic and comfort boxes can be tricky, but it's this style conundrum that first inspired Claire Burrows to start the London-based shoe brand, Air & Grace.

With over 20 years of experience working in the shoe industry, Burrows knows a thing of two about the importance of wearability. After graduating from the London College of Fashion, Burrows thought she might focus her career on clothing, but after applying for a junior buyer job at Office Shoes, she ma

Twiggy on her makeup essentials

Dame Lesley Lawson – known professionally as Twiggy - doesn't need an introduction.

Discovered as a 16-year-old schoolgirl, the British fashion icon turned successful actor-singer-designer remains a source of inspiration for women of all ages today.

After popularising the bold and glamorous Mod make-up look of the 1960s, she is now one of the faces of Charlotte Tilbury's 2022 Holiday campaign at the age of 73.

Teaming up with the brand for the second time this year, she joins a star-studde

The period-positive start-ups revolutionising the feminine care industry

Considering half the population deals with it on a monthly basis, it might be shocking to learn that there has been little innovation around period products since the 1930s – when the modern-day tampon was launched.

For years, menstruation was a taboo subject, with advertising featuring adventurous women in white pants riding horses on the beach or blue liquid poured on to a sanitary towels.

Trinny London: From TV stylist to beauty entrepreneur

A whole generation of women know Trinny Woodall as one half of the iconic, sharp-tongued duo Trinny and Susannah who took our wardrobe by storm in the early Noughties.

But since 2017, the former TV presenter and stylist, has firmly established herself as a successful beauty entrepreneur thanks to her premium cosmetic brand Trinny London with hundreds of thousands of fans around the world.

At a time when many businesses are struggling the brand’s gross revenue soared to £42m in the 12 months to

Can the wedding industry survive long enough to benefit from the post-lockdown boom?

The wedding sector is getting ready for a bumper summer, but a backlog of bookings and a lack of government’s support means some suppliers may not survive until June.

The industry contributes £14.7bn to the UK economy and supports about 400,000 jobs, ranging from catering and events planning to cake makers and photographers.

Yet, unlike other sectors which managed to partially reopen between lockdowns, wedding suppliers – most of whom are sole traders or set up as limited companies, meaning th

How the founder of CREATE brought hope to those needing IVF

Ever since the world’s first in-vitro fertilisation baby was born in 1978 in the UK, the procedure has given hope to millions of couples who could not conceive.

Professor Dr Geeta Nargund, the founder and medical director of CREATE Fertility, says: “When I first started working in IVF as a junior doctor I heard about a condition called ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, which can lead to complications and can be life-threatening.

“I thought that this cannot continue. This cannot happen. Women

After almost a year of the pandemic, here's how children see the virus

As the third coronavirus lockdown rolls on, families across the UK have endured nearly a year of rallying amid the pandemic.

As rules and restrictions wax and wane, children across the UK are dealing with changes to school, seeing their friends and family, and the virus itself.

i spoke to children and young people from five families about what they’ve experienced amid the coronavirus outbreak.

‘It was really sad when mum had the coronavirus’

Leah is seven, Nina five and Jonah is two, and the

The brand turning ocean waste into swimwear

From unsustainable manufacturing methods to toxic waste and water pollution – fast fashion comes at a huge cost to the environment.

It is estimated that around 700,000 tonnes of fishing equipment is abandoned in the ocean each year – worse still, nets and pots can continue to trap fish and crustaceans for up to 30 years. But the environmental crisis at hand means more brands are combining their efforts to find solutions and fabricate new materials.

Pursuit the Label, a swimwear brand founded i

The Britons working from home overseas and how you can do it too

The Covid pandemic has accelerated the decline of the office, as lockdown forced thousands of UK employees to work from home.

In fact, a survey by Redfield and Wilton Strategies on behalf of i, found that 44 per cent of people who would normally work in the office were still working remotely in September – and nearly six in 10 of those currently working at home believe they will be doing so at least until 2021.

But while some of us reconfigured our living rooms to allow for makeshift home offi

Meet the 'comping' queens who reveal how to turn the odds in your favour

Why pay for it when you can WIN it? Meet the 'comping' queens who reveal how to turn the odds in your favour

You need to spend money to make money, so the saying goes. But as our 'comping queens' are about to prove, this isn't always the case.

'Comping' is where you systematically enter as many competitions as you can, from online prize draws to magazine quizzes. The idea is that the more you enter, the more likely it is the odds will turn in your favour.

But how to get in on the action — and

Inside London's first underground farm

At a time when UK supermarkets haven taken to rationing vegetables as a result of a poor harvest in Southern Europe, one green-fingered duo have found a new solution to the healthy-eating problem: Grow your own greens, deep down below the City of London.

If you get off the tube at Clapham Common and then step into a cage-like lift that takes you about 100ft below the bustling streets of South London, you’ll find yourself in Growing Underground, an urban farm, housed in a network of dark and din