The Us Weekly Fashion Director is also the author of "Secrets of Stylists: An Insider's Guide to Styling the Stars." The book has all you need to know if you are keen to break into the world of styling with tips from top stylists like Cristina Ehrlich (Nicole Richie & Penelope Cruz),...

The insider's guide to London Fashion Week always deviates from the glamorous, glossy and gilded auras that surround the industry. The months of preparation required for showcasing next season's collections become only relevant when one realises behind the glitz lies a multi-billion pound...

Asia, located inside The Venetian "This noodle shop has really authentic Asian cuisine, I always recommend the fried rice or the soups. This is normally where my family and I celebrate birthdays, since it's one of the only places we all always agree on!" 3. Best dessert: The Wicked Spoon,...

Welcome to part two of our Canadian Fashion Insiders' Gift Guide! If you are still on the hunt for that perfect gift this holiday season, make sure to check out our experts' picks for some fun and fresh gift ideas. Whether you are looking for something stylish, practical, or simply adorable,...

This week Shopping Spy launched their new insider shopping guide for one of the most sought-after shopping cities in the world: Paris. Unveiled just in time for PFW and the Christmas shopping season, the free Paris Shopping Spy guide is the perfect accompaniment for fashionistas wishing to...

" Part Two of the Canadian Fashion Insiders' Gift Guide is coming later this week. Stay tuned! Photo Credits: Ela – Adam Moco, Jason – Jason Hudson, Natasha – Norman Wong, Grace – Javier Lovera

However, nestled among the leopard print sweats are glimmers of sartorial gold. You just need eyes and elbows sharp enough to snag them, before the hordes descend. "You need to get in as early as possible," says Hannah Jones, personal shopping manager at Topman. "Any one-off pieces, or...

Daily Mail The insider's guide to Fashion Week Independent Venues during Fashion Week are paradoxically grand and imposing, while remaining cloistered and unexpected; many designers choose to show in churches, restaurants and civic buildings, and several this season have opted for smaller,...

The idea originated when the two friends were living in the same building on the Lower East Side and found themselves borrowing regularly from each other's closets. "We loved fashion and dressing up but didn't want to spend all our savings on clothing," explains Bibliowicz. That's when they...

This is the first in your editor's new column for 2011, The Insider's Guide to Life, exploring topics such as media, culture, sex, politics, carbs and fonts. If she's got the strength for it, there will be more to come. Cheers and spellcheck!

 

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