So, how's the Christmas shopping going then? With just a month to go until the big day, the shops are certainly busier, the queues are noticeably longer and there's already a smell of desperation in the air.
IF you were told you could only use three make-up products for the rest of your life (a truly terrifying prospect, of course), mascara would probably be one of your picks, wouldn't it? Because we can all agree that there's no faster way to make you look fresh-faced and wide awake, even when you're feeling far from it.
WHILE velvet and suede have come roaring back into fashion in recent years, their cousin corduroy has remained a style pariah, encumbered by associations with 1970s smart-casual businessmen and geography teachers (of all eras).
WITH her flawless skin, dark eyes and newly blonde pixie crop, Frankie Bridge is undeniably gorgeous, but it's refreshing to hear that when it comes to beauty regimes, the TV presenter and Saturdays singer doesn't subscribe to the 'I woke up like this' stock response.
WHAT would fashion do without Marc Jacobs? The New York designer is such a visionary that every season you can guarantee, no matter what he sends down his runway, it will end up, in one guise or another, on the high street.
IF SOMEONE told you that Nails Inc was branching out into make-up, you’d probably expect a small range of lipsticks matched to polish shades, like the bright red St James or the deep berry High Street Kensington, wouldn’t you? But, having seen the brand’s first cosmetics collection, we can tell you that’s not the case at all.
IN THE fashion world, when Scottish designer Christopher Kane declares something is cool, you'd better believe it is – the darling of London Fashion Week even had us rethinking Crocs when he sent them down the runway two seasons in row.
HAVE you already pulled on your trusty black leather ankle boots once again, ready to face the autumnal onslaught of wet and windy weather? Well, let us stop you right there, because this season, the catwalks went crazy for boots, and not the boring biker kind.
WHILE poring over all the pictures from the AW17 catwalks, there was one colour that stood out more than any other – not only because of the many flashes of almost neon-bright scarlet, but because it was as if all the designers had got together and decided that this season, red is THE colour.
YOU can plough millions into advertising campaigns, but there's nothing like good old-fashioned hype to sell a product – and Avon's ANEW Reversalist Infinite Effects Night Treatment is a case in point.