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18 Oct 10:00am Why finding your favourite fragrance will make you feel better
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Our sense of smell is crucial to survival – so wearing the right perfume could be more important than you think Earlier this year I was asked to give a lecture to a group of fashion journalism students at Condé Nast College – an event that was swiftly moved online thanks to the pandemic. It goes without saying that giving a lecture to a group of students looking back at you from a Zoom grid is no less intimidating than doing it in real life, so as I got ready for the event, I did all the things I could to pump up my confidence: I slipped on my favourite denim shirt, I slicked back my increasingly shaggy lockdown hair and, finally, I sprayed on one of my all-time favourite scents – Hermès
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18 Oct 7:00am Bohemian rhapsody: designer Alice Temperley’s whimsical Somerset home
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Alice Temperley’s designs are filled with colour and romance – just like her historic house Back in the spring, fashion designer Alice Temperley was scouring online marketplace
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18 Oct 6:15am As a lockdown winter looms, the oodie will fleece us all over again
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The blanket with a hood follows slankets and snuggies as the latest comfort-wear craze Every autumn a piece of novelty clothing appears, covering the wearer from head to toe, wrapping them in a feeling of embryonic safety. We’ve had the onesie (as popularised by One Direction and Robbie Williams), the Slanket, the
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18 Oct 2:00am Charlotte Mensah: ‘Hair became a form of healing’
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Charlotte Mensah is the undisputed queen of black hairdressing, with clients including Zadie Smith and Michaela Coel. Here, she tells Funmi Fetto about ‘good hair’, pushing boundaries and the joy of her salon community Would you like some cake?” I stare, slightly perplexed, at the sizeable sweet treat being presented to me at
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18 Oct 1:30am Go one step up from the no-makeup look | Funmi Fetto
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If you want to try the minimal makeup look, give it a glossy edge. Plus, perfect hydrating serums and skincare treats I love the simplicity of this look as seen at Lanvin AW20. Not that beauty trends should really matter – wear what you like, I say, but push the boat out every so often. However this feels very now. It’s not quite “no makeup makeup”, think of it more like the next step up. You’ll need a skin-like foundation that offers buildable coverage, a mascara that gives you “natural” look-at-me lashes and brows. Oh, and lip gloss. But use a lip scrub first – nothing sits well on a dry pout.
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