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I remember when charity t-shirts could be seen as a bit naff but all that changed once Comic Relief started getting top designers on board.
If you still haven't grabbed one of this year's tees featuring AND modelled by one Kate Moss and designed by Stella McCartney get yourself down to TK Maxx today and pick one up.
With prom season just around the corner, Topshop is giving a lucky shopper the chance to stun schoolmates by having the dress of her dreams created by the world renowned design team at Topshop in London.
To be in with a chance of winning this fabulous prize girls must submit a Pinterest mood-board showcasing their dream styles, colours and inspirations.
The prom dress competition is open until March 15 and also includes £250 to spend at Topshop to complete the look.
To be eligible to win you must include at least 3 product images from Topshop.com as well as an image of themselves. The board must be titled 'Topshop Prom Queen'and you need to use #Topshoppromqueen when pinning.
Once the Pinterest board is complete you must go to www.topshop.com/promqueen to fill out the entry form including a link to your Pinterest board
Topshop's Creative Director Kate Phelan and the Design Team will then judge the submissions and pick two winners to travel to London to see their dream dress created for them. The prize will also include a shopping trip at Topshop's Oxford Circus flagship store to complete their look.
All this month Topshop will be hosting prom events in selected stores where girls can enjoy complimentary prom inspired hair styling, make-up looks and manicures, and meet with the Personal Shopping team to advise on how to pull the complete Prom look together.
Talk about letting your lips do the talking, celebrity make-up artist and all-round rather lovely human being Bobbi Brown is helping empower women and turning her Pretty Powerful message into a new global charitable initiative.
The Pretty Powerful Campaign for Women & Girls launches tomorrow on International Women's Day with the introduction of her new make-up must-have Pretty Powerful Pot Rouge.
Following her horrible bout of morning sickness, the Duchess of Cambridge is now back in the swing of Royal engagements and this week it was a visit to the National Fishing Heritage Centre, Grimsby.
She sensibly wrapped herself and her bump up against the sea breeze in a chocolate brown coat. But hang on, haven't we seen that coat somewhere before?
We know she has never been known for her winning smile but this pic of Victoria Beckham takes the biscuit (well it would if she ever ate biscuits).
Come on Victoria, you were the toast of New York Fashion Week and your husband looks amazing in his pants and there you are looking as happy as Wednesday Addams at a pantomime.
Couldn't you just smile a little bit????
VB is here with Natalie Massenet, Victoria Beckham, Diane von Furstenberg and Donatella Versace judging the International Woolmark Prize at London fashion Week. Makes the X Factor panel look like a kids' tea party doesn't it?
When it comes to looking good Tom Ford knows a thing or two so when he is serving up tips on getting our eyebrows right (brows matter a lot to us Girls Behaving Stylishly) we sit up and listen. So here goes - and his Brow Sculptor is just genius might we add!!
"Brows must be groomed but natural looking," says Tom.
The eyebrow is the one and only thing you can alter on your face without cosmetic surgery. You can't move your nose, but you can move your eyebrows. If you've got a round face, you should not have round eyebrows.
"You should have an arch. Because just that angle of the brow will lend an angular quality to your face. If you have an overly angular face, on the other hand, you might want a softer, rounded brow, because it will soften all the sharp lines. So you can do a lot with the brow.
"I'm about structured, beautiful, arched, thick, brows, not over plucked, over waxed brows. I like a groomed brow, but not an overly groomed brow that looks almost plastic."
French actress and timeless beauty Vanessa Paradis has been revealed as the face of Conscious at H&M this spring, wearing pieces in the campaign that are both on-trend and also more sustainable.
The actress and singer is seen in a ruffle-edged yellow sundress, and an embellished zip-up utility jacket worn with botanical print trousers.
The full women's collection will be available in H&M stores worldwide as well as online from 25th March, alongside Conscious collections for Men - blazers, chinos, Ikat print shirts and shorts - as well as fun prints for children and babies.
Vanessa Paradis says, "I like being part of something like the Conscious collection at H&M. I try my best to shop consciously, and vintage is very much part of my wardrobe. I love the style and it works in an eco-friendly way because I like to use and reuse old clothes."