Cindy Crawford’s daughter is just 16 and already all over the catwalks. In her weekly advice column, our style expert asks if celebrity parents should allow their kids to enter the limelight?
Discounting JFK – and Barack Obama – for being too good-looking, which US president best rocked that White House look? Plus: how designers dress in their off-duty lives
The industry obsession with certain monikers is no coincidence. Plus, was the reaction to Kim Kardashian’s naked selfie an example of body-shaming?
Designers appear to favour ever skinnier, sexier and youthful women to model their clothes despite only a tiny percentage of women under 40 being able to afford them. But isn’t this a reflection of society’s worst fears?
Vanessa Paradis might be mind-bogglingly beautiful at 42, but that won’t stop the fashion industry searching for a younger, thinner version. Enter 16-year-old Lily-Rose Depp
It’s not just the skinniness of these young women that we should be worried about. It’s the fashion industry’s fetish for female frailty