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Topshop releases new versions of its sell out midi skirt

Topshop releases new versions of its sell out midi skirt

Fashion, Lifestyle
Including some in animal prints, so there’s one for every occasion. Topshop’s Satin Bias Midi Skirt is one of this years’ ‘it items, selling out instantly when it first released earlier this season. This week, the brand released new versions of this popular product, including some in animal prints (aka the print of this season). The original range of influencer-approved satin skirts has colours including black, rust and chocolate brown. The new and improved versions range from a fiery tiger print to a Christmassy red. All priced between £29 to £35, they are the perfect items to spruce up your holiday wardrobe. So if you were gutted about not being able to get your hands on the original Satin Bias Midi Skirt, hurry up and grab one of the new releases, before it sells out again
With the UK rates of loneliness increasing is the two headed Tesco jumper the solution?

With the UK rates of loneliness increasing is the two headed Tesco jumper the solution?

Fashion, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
As feeling of loneliness is on the rise, Tesco has teamed up with the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) to create a 'twosie' jumper in support of those who might feel isolated over the holidays. The jumpers have two head holes and just one arm hole on either sides, and are particularly aimed at men. It is hoped this will encourage them to support one another and give the gift of friendship this Christmas. The jumpers come in two patterns, a traditional Fairisle and/or a Mr and Mrs Claus design with one size fitting all. They are available in store now for the cost of £18. Tesco hopes to raise £25,000 from the sale and claims to donate 100% of the profits to CALM. Simon Ginning, CEO of CALM told Metro: “Christmas is a fun, joyous time of year but we know it can be t
Dolce & Gabbana’s latest drama, the most exciting episode: “Messed up with Chinese”

Dolce & Gabbana’s latest drama, the most exciting episode: “Messed up with Chinese”

Fashion, News
Three online video ad campaigns posted on Instagram by Italian brand Dolce and Gabbana have caused an uproar in China. The campaign was supposed to advertise the brand's Shanghai fashion show. However, “The Great Show” got cancelled by the Chinese authorities due to accusations of racism over the ads which showed a model trying to eat Italian food with chopsticks. And the disrespectful messages leaked from Stefano Gabbana also the brand's official account which they claimed were hacked. https://www.instagram.com/p/BqbgvLinF1w/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet Following the negative reaction on Instagram towards the ads, offensive messages were sent out from the D&G's and the leading designer’s Instagram accounts which later they said those were hacked. Stefano Gabbana, 56, D
Victoria’s Secret is out and it’s not pretty

Victoria’s Secret is out and it’s not pretty

Fashion, Featured, Lifestyle
Competitor ThirdLove has some choice words for Victoria’s Secret, and they aren’t pulling any punches. “We’re done with pretending certain sizes don’t exist or aren’t important enough to serve,” says ThirdLove founder Heidi Zak in an open letter to Victoria’s Secret. Victoria's (real) Secret, she’s transphobic and fatphobic. #CancelVS https://t.co/GMHujJ8RRJ — Blair Imani (@BlairImani) 9 November 2018 In the interview, Razek fiercely defended the Victoria’s Secret brand on why they don’t include transgender or plus size models. He also took a shot at competitor ThirdLove: “We’re nobody’s third love. We’re their first love.” A relatively young start-up, many people may not have heard of ThirdLove until the interview. But in a scathing response, ThirdLove founder Heidi Zak sent
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