Swimwear sales have seen a surge on the high street courtesy of the TV show Splash!
TOWIE star Lauren Goodger has been hailed as the ultimate fashion queen – after it emerged shoppers snap up more dresses worn by her than any other celebrity.
What will you eat, drink, buy and read about in 2013? Here are the things you’ll be talking about in the year ahead.
We all know that in the last few years the recession may have made you think twice about going shopping and splashing out on a few new outfits.
Curvissime is the first high-end magazine dedicated to plus size women and is here to show curvy girls how to keep up with the trends, dress for their body shapes as well as offer health and beauty advice.
It’s the most unlikely style shift seen in years, but women are now covering up their cleavage as men are letting it all hang out.
M2F denim is the first company in the history of fashion to design and produce an endless range of colored denim that fades and abrades like your favorite blue stone washed jean.
A coat worn by Paddington bear, Churchill, Montgomery and made famous by the Royal Navy has become popular once again – the Duffel coat is back.
They are amongst the most unlikely fashion icons the world has ever seen – but fishermen have been named as the driving force behind a new trend hitting the British high streets this winter.
Figures from high street retailer Debenhams show women are donning their gym kits for the school run just to appear sporty.
This September will see the return of the much anticipated Henley-in-Arden Fashion Show to raise funds to pay for essential conservation and improvements to the town’s magnificent Guild Hall.
Trends first made popular by 1970s crime series Hawaii Five-0 are dominating men’s fashion this summer, thanks to young fans of bright prints who weren’t even born when the first series was broadcast.
Soaring charges levied by airlines to check in suitcases have created a boom in sales of clothing with a multitude of pockets, says high street store Debenhams.
UK women are more inclined to cover themselves up than their European counterparts claims the Paris based fashion house, Georgede.
This winter the size of dots seems to be on the increase; over the last few seasons micro dots became mini dots, and they in turn have become large circular orbs.
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