The Health Benefits of H2O
Food & Drink

  It contains no calories and is unbeatable for quenching thirst, but despite all the benefits many people shun water in favour of unhealthy, sugary drinks. The recommended amount of liquid a day is it might not seem like a taste sensation, but we’re here to make the case why the humble glass of water…

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A Lace Affair
Clothing

It’s romantic and feminine, yet lace this season packs a serious style punch! A firm fixture of the catwalk for several seasons, the longevity of the trend suggests its wearability; there is a lace piece for everyone! So whether you’re aiming for modest or looking for something that oozes endless cool factor, contemporary shapes and…

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What to Wear: The Dating Dilemma
Clothing

We all know that dating can be daunting, but deciding what to wear doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re keeping it casual or going for glamour, it’s time to retire those cable knits, lose the layering and flash just the right amount of flesh for warm weather dating. If you’re stuck for inspiration and find…

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There’s Something About Silver…
Clothing

We’re sure you’ve noticed but metallics are kind of a big thing right now. Lustrous and glossy, they instantly add glamour to any outfit whilst remaining youthful and fresh. Modern silhouettes revitalise the trend and keep it from looking dated; banish all thoughts of ABBA and instead channel Taylor Swift on the cover of Vogue…

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An Interview with the Face of ELVI SS16: Charlotte McGuinness
Lifestyle

In-between travelling the world one shoot at a time, popping down to her local theatre and taking outrageously cool Instagram snaps, model Charlotte McGuiness, the face of the ELVI SS16 campaign, took five minutes to catch up with us for a little Q&A… Describe your style in three words. Patterned, eclectic, vintage. How did you…

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Vogue 100: A Century of Style at the National Portrait Gallery
Lifestyle

Celebrating its one hundred year anniversary this September, fashion bible British Vogue has an unlikely origin in the ashes of the First World War. The surreal and glamorous pages we have come to expect heavily contrast with the image of a ruined Europe, but due to paper shortages in the US and restrictions on overseas…

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