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Rachel Lobley and Helen Tatlow investigate the latest ‘miracle product’ on the British beauty scene

What’s The Big Issue: The Best Fashion Magazines of October 2016

As part of a new series, Ebere Nweze reviews Britain’s most popular monthly fashion magazines to find out which are worth sacrificing a trip to Hassan’s for and which should stay firmly on the shelf. This month, she reviews the October issues* of Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire and Glamour.

5 Designers to get excited about for London Fashion Week

Kim Darrah explores some of the themes and inspirations behind designers set to show at the upcoming London Fashion Week

San Francisco’s spanish silhouettes

Jen Glennon takes a look at the exhibition which honours the extraordinary work of designer, Cristóbal Balenciaga

The Fissures Of Fashion’s Gender Conventions

Emmanuelle Soffe discusses the break in gender precepts at Milan and Paris Men's Fashion Week 2015

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Spa treatments and facial creams aren't just reserved for the female sex. The rise of the male beauty regime has finally reached an all time high.

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Emily Pritchard explores the evolution of celebrity endorsement in fashion.

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Eleanor Birdsall-Smith reviews the diverse turn out at this year’s Met gala

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