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Jess Cartner-Morley

Jess Cartner-Morley

    Insta-Barbie pokes fun at hipsterdom
    Insta-Barbie pokes fun at hipsterdom
    Socality Barbie emphasises in a beautified way that Instagram submissions all look the same.
    Fearless France: the muse of Paris couture
    Fearless France: the muse of Paris couture
    This season’s catwalk shows were the boldest, bravest and most forward-looking the city has seen for ages.
    John Galliano's first show for Maison Margiela not a masterpiece
    John Galliano's first show for Maison Margiela not a masterpiece
    The disgraced designer follows months of industry speculation with a solid start in his comeback show in London.
    Model Jourdan Dunn attacks racism in fashion industry
    Model Jourdan Dunn attacks racism in fashion industry
    British catwalk model Jourdan Dunn has added her voice to a campaign led by black models for more diversity in the fashion industry.
    Rihanna: Evolution of a style icon
    Rihanna: Evolution of a style icon
    Rihanna has the most talked-about wardrobe in pop. Festival-going teens love her fearless look, but is her fetish gear a hypersexualised step too far?
    Lift-off for Lagerfeld
    Lift-off for Lagerfeld
    A Chanel audience was led through a fake airport terminal on to a mock-up jumbo jet for a first-class show.
    2012: A Stella year
    2012: A Stella year
    Red-carpet dominance, a London fashion week show, a new flagship store -- and the Olympics. Next year has Stella McCartney's name all over it.
    Fashionistas in a lather over leather
    Fashionistas in a lather over leather
    Leather trousers are chic, wearable and not just for old rockers. Admit it -- you want a pair.
    The catwalk, um,so last year
    The catwalk, um,so last year
    Forget about the clothes and the catwalk models. The big fashion shows are all about the front row. Jess Cartner-Morley explains why.
    The 'Obama look'
    The 'Obama look'
    Barack Obama's wardrobe has been striking in its simplicity. His trademark is a slim-fitting black suit, and a sense of spit and polish.
    You couldn't make it up
    You couldn't make it up
    Jess Cartner-Morley reports on the latest in a string of cases in which beauty companies have been forced to retract some of their more outlandish claims.