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10 of the best leave-in hair conditioners.

There are essential beauty products and those that are only desirable. The latest generation of leave-in conditioners belongs to the former category. They originated as a lazy substitute for conditioner after shampooing when there was no time to wait for a proper conditioner to do its function. In the...

British fashion acknowledges Dazed & Confused magazine’s “tastemaker”.

Jefferson Hack, the co-founder of Dazed & Confused magazine in 1991, a tastemaker and independent publisher, believes there has never been a more difficult time in fashion since he began his career. "Brexit has made trade extremely difficult. Due to the lack of visas, all collaboration between Europe and...

Summer’s coolest color is white.

On a July day, there is something organically summery about wearing a newly laundered white shirt. Asket's 100 percent traceable style (£110), Everlane's boxy Oxford style (£85), and All Saints' linen button-up are our favorites (3, below). The shirt dress by Simone Rocha worn by Nicola Coughlan (below) is...

As tans lose their cultural significance, I will eventually stop sunbathing.

In the mid-1980s, Bergasol advertised suntan oil in magazines and on billboards. Five minutes ago, I rummaged through my bag in an attempt to locate my phone, but by the time I did, I had forgotten whom I had intended to call. And if I go upstairs to retrieve...

How to choose a green dry cleaner.

A dry cleaner once defined their profession to me as "the original clothing recycler." Although the description may not be accurate, I concur with its general tenor. Each time I retrieve newly pressed garments from the dry cleaner, I experience a renewed sense of pleasure. Given the enormous number of...

Dos and don’ts of heat wave office wear for keeping cool at work.

The pandemic has unquestionably rewritten the dress code manual for the workplace. What is uncertain, though, is how the new restrictions apply during scorching weather. Can you remove your tie, like the G7 leaders recently did? The outfit, perhaps? Are shorts acceptable in such harsh conditions? What regarding footwear? This...

Angels and demons: uncovering Victoria’s Secret’s dark underbelly.

Recent documentaries on Von Dutch and Abercrombie & Fitch have been inspired by the return of Y2K styles. Victoria's Secret: Angels and Demons, a three-part docuseries about fashion, sex, power, money, and wrongdoing, will premiere this week and is certain to excite. After all, the multibillion-dollar lingerie behemoth was an...

How to purchase fashionable clothing without spending a fortune.

Do a wardrobe auditThe average person in the United Kingdom has 115 articles of clothes, 30 of which have never been worn. So, before purchasing additional clothing, examine your entire wardrobe. Consider whether repairs or alterations could breathe fresh life into what you already own. Also, consider selling, donating, or...

Florence Pugh responds to “vulgar” social media abuse of her figure.

Florence Pugh has responded to "vulgar" social media users who criticized her body after she released images of herself at a fashion show wearing a translucent garment. Sunday on Instagram, Pugh asked her 7.4 million followers, "What happened to you for you to be so satisfied with being so publicly...

Harry Styles is permitted to wear a skirt. But can I?

I adore clothing, even feminine styles. I rarely wear such items outside, since who has the courage? This may be the moment. Reportedly, gendered fashion is no longer in existence. After two years of wearing lounge pants, guys wish to release their legs. To gauge the cultural climate, I...

Dior vs. Valentino: Rome exhibition allegedly bans boutique.

According to Women's Wear Daily, a dispute has erupted in the world of high fashion after the French house Dior claimed compensation from its Italian rival Valentino for reportedly restricting entrance to a Dior boutique during a performance on the Spanish Steps in Rome. Valentino placed its audience of fashion...

Armani Paris fashion show reveals red carpet crowd’s preferred label.

The Paris Privé exhibition by Giorgio Armani was based on the fundamentals of classic cocktail attire. This month, the 88-year-old design veteran exhibited crystals, velvet, lamé, sequins, and sparkling statement earrings. The color palette switched from silver and black to pinks and lavender, dominated by Armani's signature midnight blue. With...

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Police threaten arrest of ‘openly Jewish’ man near pro-Palestine march

Last Saturday in London, the leader of the Campaign Against Antisemitism was prevented from crossing a road near a pro-Palestine demonstration. A supporter of antisemitism was threatened with arrest mere yards from a pro-Palestine march, with one Metropolitan Police officer characterising his presence as "antagonising."

G7 nations criticise Chinese funding for Russia’s weapons industry

The "strong concern" expressed by foreign ministers of the Group of Seven (G7) nations regarding transferring weapon components and materials from Chinese enterprises to Russia in preparation for its military offensive in Ukraine has been documented. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken exhorted his counterparts on Friday at a meeting on the Italian island of Capri to increase pressure on China, which the United States accuses of assisting Russia's war effort by supplying critical components for weaponry.

Israel’s attack on Iran: Crisis demonstrates Iran-Israel miscommunication

The Israeli assault on Iran did not elicit the severe reaction that Western leaders, including US President Joe Biden, had anticipated. They have been advocating for Israel to establish a clear boundary in the perilous sequence of occurrences that commenced on April 1 with the assassination of a senior Iranian general in Damascus by Israel. The conflict in Gaza has persisted for over six months after the Hamas assaults on Israel, and it has extended to the vicinity encompassing the Lebanon-Israel border and the Gulf.

Saga boosted by ocean and river cruise demand

New results indicate that Saga's cruise and travel divisions returned to profitability in 2018 due to a significant increase in demand. According to preliminary annual results, the group's ocean cruise division generated an underlying pre-tax profit of £35.5 million in the year ending in January, compared to a loss of £700,000 in the prior year. The organisation stated, "Bookings for ocean cruises continue to be exceptionally robust, and we have already secured a 78% load factor and £3,679 per diem for 2024/25."