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Meet the British vogue model with sustainability at its coronary heart

The Troy London Wax Parka – as worn by the Duchess of Cambridge (Troy London)

Following an unsure 18 months of ‘not-really-doing-much’, there’s a hope that this autumn-winter season will lastly return us to the times of outdated – the place social restrictions are a distant reminiscence and household and pals can collect across the heat of a wooden fireplace, with the acquainted and comforting aroma of spicy mulled wine within the air. And with the falling of the leaves and the surface chill of winter, there comes the necessity to reinstate our winter wardrobes. Nonetheless, in terms of a

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Meet the British style model with sustainability at its coronary heart

The Troy London Wax Parka – as worn by the Duchess of Cambridge (Troy London)

Following an unsure 18 months of ‘not-really-doing-much’, there’s a hope that this autumn-winter season will lastly return us to the times of outdated – the place social restrictions are a distant reminiscence and household and buddies can collect across the heat of a wooden hearth, with the acquainted and comforting aroma of spicy mulled wine within the air. And with the falling of the leaves and the surface chill of winter, there comes the necessity to reinstate our winter wardrobes. Nonetheless, on the subject of

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Meet the Emirati woman who reversed diabetes through drastic lifestyle changes

An Emirati woman in Abu Dhabi has reversed diabetes in two years after she embarked on a healthier lifestyle.

Huda Al Ali was diagnosed with type-2 diabetes in 2019 and was unaware of how her high blood sugar levels were slowly damaging her heart.

The 51-year-old developed the condition in 2002 after she started to suffer from Crohn’s disease, a type of inflammatory bowel disease.

The disease increases the risk of type-2 diabetes, and the cortisone shots she had to take to control Crohn’s raised her blood sugar levels significantly.

Huda was able to change her diet completely and she

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Meet the unsung stars of American fashion

What does America look like in 2021 – and who defines what’s on its back? It’s an interesting question, generally because of the fragmented sense of identity evident in many nations – not least the UK, divided down black-and-white lines of pro- or anti-Brexit, or indeed to vaccinate or not to vaccinate. But America, especially, has undergone profound upheaval of late – ideologically, but with an inescapable aesthetic echo.

That is, at least, the thinking of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, whose latest Costume Institute show, titled In America: A Lexicon of Fashion, is focused on “how fashion

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Meet ‘Lifestyle Designer’ Andrea Fenise of Memphis

Lifestyle designer, creative entrepreneur, blogger, and influencer Andrea Fenise has a mantra – but it’s not what you might expect. “I live my work, and I work to live,” she says. “Not with a hustle-bustle mentality, but by being creative every day.” Andrea has found a way to embrace her creative passions and make a living at them. Her website is a testament to her deepest interests as she blogs about personal development, motherhood, style, and travel. Her businesses are an extension of her desire to live a harmonious and balanced life. Meet this charming and stylish FACE of Memphis,

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t Meet the Latinx-owned sustainable fashion brand inspired by fine art

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Mainstream fashion has a ways to go before it will truly be inclusive. Until then, indie fashion brands like Wray are making room for fashion that’s size-inclusive, sustainable and has ethical practices with their production. What’s more? Wray is a Latina-owned brand. 

Named after the founder Wray Serna, Wray clothing stands out for the way it combines

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