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From budgie-smugglers to nothing at all: our writers on what they wear to the beach

For some it’s kaftans, for others straw hats, and painted toenails are apparently mandatory. Guardian journalists explain their rules for summer dressing ‘The vending machine trunks only got one outing’ Jonathan Freedland Perhaps the very last time I gave even the most fleeting thought to beachwear was exactly 10 years ago, during a family summer holiday to France. We weren’t on the beach but in a municipal pool, for an afternoon of splashing around with my two kids, then aged six and three. We’d not been there long when I could hear my wife, Sarah, remonstrating with a lifeguard in Spanish. Which was odd – because we were in France – but not wholly unexpected. In moments of stress or confrontation involving non-English speakers, when only complete fluency w...

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   Australia’s most influential beauty vlogger shares her beauty secrets.   If you’re one of her 3.6 million YouTube subscribers, chances are you’re well-versed on Lauren Curtis’s beauty secrets. The 24-year-old, who uploaded her first YouTube beauty tutorial in 2011 while living with her Mum in Perth and working in cosmetics at Target, has become one of the most recognisable names in beauty globally. Curtis, who will be sharing her pearls of beauty wisdom at Max Institute: The Beauty Masterclass at Sydney’s David Jones this weekend, gives us a sneak peek into her life as a beauty vlogger.   What are your top three beauty tips?   “Firstly, care less about beauty trends and more about what makes you feel confident. Beauty isn't one-size-fit...

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'I was terrified of getting a letter from Gucci': the man who popularised the bootleg slogan T-shirt

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  In late 2006, Brian Lichtenberg launched a line of subverted slogan-wear, including the famous Homies sweatshirt. But how did he get away with it?   The only company that took legal action was Marlboro. Shortly after releasing a red-and-white sweatshirt with the words “Lichtenboro” in a Marlboro-esque typeface, designer Brian Lichtenberg was sent a cease and desist letter by the cigarette company. “I was like, you’re not even a fucking clothing brand – where’s your sense of humour?” he sighs. “It was so lame.” He destroyed the sweatshirts.   You may not remember Lichtenberg’s name, but you’ll know his work: a playful oeuvre of sweatshirts with subverted designer (and sometimes cigarette company) logos, which enjoyed a robust period of popula...

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 Channing Tatum Says The Magic Mike Live Show Is All About Worshiping Women

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 There's a reason the Magic Mike love is still going strong since the first movie was released in 2012: it's a movie that respects its audience. For the first time, women are the ones doing the objectifying, and star Channing Tatum has turned that into a bigger conversation about sexuality. That conversation is a huge part of the Magic Mike Live show that came to Las Vegas in March of this year, and it's the reason the spectacle is extending its run.   "We just kind of did something that we thought was important, which was actually make it for women, and not for women to come and worship men," he told People at the L.A. premiere of his new Amazon series Comrade Detective. "To actually worship the women that are coming to the show and do something for them instead of just b...

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Bohindie Streams and realized dreams

We’re told that college is where we have the freedom to make our dreams and aspirations become lived realities. Because we’re finally able to have control over the courses we take and the path we want to pursue, college is less about discovering and more about doing. In the years spent away, earning our degrees, most of us apply the lessons learned in the classroom to the extracurricular activities in which we partake. In doing so, many of us begin building upon the passions that will soon become our careers, the passions that will come to shape our everyday lives. Florida State alumna, Briana Ali, entered her college career as someone with a passion for fashion and a knack for entrepreneurship. Having discovered Market Wednesday during her freshman year, Ali wanted to creat...

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Zayn Malik Sounds Off on Fashion

“When I first moved in, I was staying here on a mattress for about six months. I didn’t really want to do anything to it. I just liked the way it felt. . . there was nothing to really hold onto.” Would you ever guess that these were the words of Zayn Malik, singer, heartthrob, and current Vogue cover star? We certainly would not have, at least until now. Sounding off on everything from fashion to fame to his current living situation, Zayn gave Vogue a look inside his home studio on a recent afternoon. “The studio is kind of like what I always envisioned my bedroom to be like as a child, but couldn’t quite ever afford,” Zayn says. A cursory glance around quickly reveals that the space is indeed brimming with possessions that a younger Zayn would likely have approved of. ...

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Springfield Town Center Promotes Fashion Trends

The Specs of New York sunglasses boutique in the Springfield Town Center has The fashion panel of Meaghan Mooney, left, Diego Gonzalez-Zuniga, Lauren Staehle and Kimberly Baldy, the town center marketing executive, discuss new fashion traits featured at the Springfield Town Center. an upscale selection that are far from the sunglass rack at the corner drug store. They are just one of the new stores in the town center that are part of a new trend to corner the fashion industry in the Springfield part of Fairfax County, and capitalize on a fashion sense that is becoming a trend in the metro area. Shri Jana at Specs noted the type of clientele they are catering to. “Trying to cover all of the spectrum of the customers up to $4,000 pair of glasses,” he said, “very ...

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Vetements Is Teaming Up

Vetements Is Teaming Up With Tommy Hilfiger to Sell $285 Caps There is an all-unisex Vetements x Tommy Hilfiger collection in the works for February. The ultra-cool Zurich-based brand (that always keeps the fashion world on its toes) has enlisted the all-American Tommy Hilfiger to roll out a collection of caps, sweaters, and hoodies. Hilfiger announced the campaign on his Instagram this weekend, teasing, “So excited for our collab!” He also told WWD, “The fact that a disruptive designer like Demna [Gvasalia] would want to do something with our brand is a tremendous compliment.” WWD listed preliminary prices for several pieces, including an almost-$1,000 “double sleeve” hoodie. Some pieces will feature both the Vetements and Tommy Hilfiger logos. The overs...

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Celine Dion

Celine Dion is suddenly the internet's new fashion icon Just when it was feeling like fashion was getting too same-y, that everybody was in high-waisted jeans with crisp white shirts, that it was too lacking in real personal style, along comes the Celine Dion having the greatest fashion summer of her life. Yes, Celine Dion - a woman, god bless, who has always felt herself - is having a glorious style moment, and the fashion illuminati can't get enough. Of course Dion knows it, if her #OOTD posts are anything to go by. Yes, it's because of those incredible faux leather Givenchy overalls (paired with a Céline blouse and a silver and gold Himalayan crocodile Hermès Birkin) and the fact that she was one of the first (only?) people to wear the Vetements Titanic jersey (...

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the Men’s Fashion Scene

the 6 Coolest Brands Making Waves in the Men’s Fashion Scene When it comes to the men’s market, London has traditionally been considered the incubator for the hottest new talent. This season, however, emerging designers showing in Italy at Pitti Uomo and Milan Fashion Week captured the spotlight. In Milan, Filippo Fiora and Filippo Cirulli of Edhèn Milano showed a strong collection, with brightly hued monk strap loafers being a standout. “The loafer is back in a big way,” said David Morris, footwear buyer at Mr. Porter. “Specifically, sleeker and more elongated shapes, complete with tassels, are a personal favorite.” He also cited versions from more established labels such as Trickers and Edward Green. Another trend that emerging designers continue to bank on...

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