spring/summer 2012

Kate Spade New York does playful uptown girl sophistication like no other. For Autumn though, the all American girl seems to be drawing on her European gap year as ladylike chic, so on trend for Winter, gets a French twist.
Last season I fell for Alexander McQueen's playful, younger line, McQ, all over again when Rihanna put a rockabilly spin on their sleeveless tartan puffball dress for her appearance on UK X Factor back in November.
Spring is officially here, but while the sun has been shining non-stop for almost a week, we've only just over the no-tights
When it comes to launching a new makeup collection, Mac doesn't do things by halves.
So you've picked out your Spring makeup palettes, but what will you be wearing when it comes to your nails this season?
Last Season fashion referenced the 1940s, this season designers have revisited an earlier vintage. The Jazz Age proved a strong influence on Milan and New York Fashion Weeks last September, and is set to be one of the key trends for Spring/Summer 2012.
Here's a little spot of escapism for you on a dreary Friday in January: a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the shooting of the
While we often find Ashley Greene gets overshadowed by Twilight's leading lady, Kristen Stewart, the actress well and truly
When London department store Selfridges announced the line-up of its 'Bright Young Things' initiative for January and February 2012 (whereby a select number of promising fashion designers are chosen to communicate the essence of their work in the store's ground floor windows that are seen by an estimated 1 million people every week), it didn't come as surprise that the British label MASC was included.
I'm delighted this trend is so prevalent this season, as, ever since I got my first fluoro-based outfit - a black boilersuit (as rompers were called back in the mid 1980s) from Mothercare with a day glo pink belt, pocket lining and matching towelling ankle socks - I have had a huge thing for neon.