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'The point is to sweep away dead cells that exacerbate fine dry lines and blocked pores, leaving skin brighter and smoother'
Stephanie Phair, MD of The Outnet, the discounted little sister of Net-A-Porter, tells us what savvy online shoppers should add to their basket this summer
Esther and Verena Roth, founders of Plümo, tell us what's making stylish online shoppers click this summer
Emma Fox, womenswear buying director of Asos, selects her must-have buys for summer
Alison Loehnis, MD of Net-A-Porter, tells us what you need in your summer wardrobe
Sarah Curren, founder of my-wardobe.com, picks her favourite pieces for summer
Ruth Chapman, the joint CEO of Matches, models her best buys for the summer season
Katie Starmer-Smith, founder of Atterley Road, tells us what you should be buying online this summer
The pioneering fashion photographer Erwin Blumenfeld pushed the boundaries in his art and in his life. Tamsin Blanchard recounts his extraordinary story.
On the up escalator: Fozzie Bear, Mexican food and pale nails. Heading for the basement: milky coffee, lemon and perfect vision
Fashion writer Hadley Freeman answers eight-year-old Harriet's question
'I'm half a stone too heavy and I colour my hair, but I know I can look quite nice when I want to'
'Losing my son was the worst thing that has ever happened to me. He was my only child, and I brought him up on my own'
Sally and Michel Perrin of Perrin Paris, along with Hannah Bronfman, Maggie Betts and more, hosted an outdoor party to fete the launch of the brand.
Last month's factory collapse in Bangladesh revealed horrible truths about the clothes industry. There has never been a better time to choose your shopping carefully
The $350 art book is published annually by V Group.
Founded by designer Bruno Pieters, the fashion company aims to produce and sell fashions that are both sustainable and priced in a transparent way.
Richard Geoffroy, the brand's chef de cave, says 2004 was as good as it gets, for grapes.