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Kanye ‘Ye’ West is yet again dominating headlines. The latest? The “White Lives Matter” t-shirt  worn by himself, models, and celebrities on the runway as part of his YZY SZN9 show at Paris Fashion Week, decrying the Black Lives Matter movement as a “scam”. When Vogue Editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson criticised his decision, describing the t-shirts
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Luxury dressing gowns maintain pole position as the most indulgent of gifts-to-self. While lockdown now feels like a distant memory, its sartorial impacts can still be felt. Namely: the fact that we pay just as much attention to the style credentials of our loungewear, pyjama sets and tracksuits as we do our trouser suits. As
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Gigi Hadid has publicly spoken up for journalist Gabriella Karefa-Johnson after Kanye West hit out at the Vogue editor for her commentary on his Paris Fashion Week Yeezy show, which featured widely-condemned ‘White Lives Matter’ T-shirts. Taking to her Instagram Story after the show, Gabriella shared a text conversation with a friend as she unpicked
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Girls Aloud have reunited for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in honour of their late bandmate Sarah Harding, who tragically passed away from the disease on 5 September 2021. Sarah was 39 years old when she passed away after being diagnosed with breast cancer, which she documented through her social media channels. And now Cheryl, Nadine
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Steven Bartlett spends his days interviewing some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs on his podcast, The Diary Of A CEO, and at 30, is the youngest-ever ‘Dragon’ on hit TV show Dragons Den, so it’s safe to say he knows a thing or two about success, ambition and hustle. Indeed, even Steven himself admits
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Essential oil diffusers are a hot topic right now, which comes as no surprise. In a post-pandemic world, where anxiety is rife and social hangovers intense, we’re more obsessed with wellness and self-care than ever before. And with summer still not quite with us, when those rainy days make their inevitable spring appearance, we still
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An inquest into the death of London teenager Molly Russell has seen an Instagram executive defend the sharing of suicidal content on social media, claiming that it helps people to “share feelings and express themselves”. Per The Telegraph, Elizabeth Lagone, head of health and wellbeing at Meta – Instagram‘s parent company – gave evidence on
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