WHILE black dresses may have been making the headlines over in the US, as stars banded together at the Golden Globes in support of the Time's Up campaign, back home we've been seeing celebs kitted out stunning all-white ensembles that are making us rethink the pale hue.
IF YOU have enjoyed Christmas and the New Year celebrations a little too much and now find that your clothes are pinching, then perhaps a garment developed by two Co Down women may be exactly what you need.
IN THE dreary, bleak expanse of time known as January, when the fairy lights have come down but the sun barely seems to register on the horizon, having a range of spirit-lifting activities in your arsenal is a must.
CALLED M&S Collection Curve, the range is available in sizes 18-32 and includes everything from cotton basics to party dresses, and knitwear to coats, all designed to ensure a perfect fit for the curvier customer.
COMMITTING to a ton of gym classes, a month without alcohol or a diet overhaul is a recipe for disaster in January, when dreary weather and post-Christmas malaise mean our usually iron-clad willpower is pushed to breaking point.
IT'S a long way off from strolling down a stage in the Miss World beauty pageant to sitting quietly at a sewing machine at home making tiny baby garments but former Miss Northern Ireland and Miss United Kingdom Lucy Evangelista says that she has finally found her passion.