It's safe to say that the slip skirt has had a storming comeback as of late. The practical, multipurpose undergarment was originally used to help dresses and skirts hang properly, warm the body in winter and prevent clothing from becoming see-through. Fast forward 100 years and the slip's great-great-granddaughter is an altogether different beast. Liberated from its lingerie status, the slip found its way to the forefront of '90s fashion, but until now, hasn't had much of a look in. However, with the industry's renewed obsession with all things throwback, this season has seen the trend back in fashion editors' good books (if you need proof, just check out the sellout success of Réalisation's leopard-print skirt).
Pretty much every single thing Meghan Markle wears causes a frenzy. Within hours of her public appearances, the items of clothing on the Duchess’ person tend to spawn waiting lists, cause websites to crash, and—as we recently learned—lead to m
I’m not big on Halloween so my costumes are always last-minute and tend to reflect whatever is already in my (admittedly extensive) wardrobe. My favourite costume I’ve ever put together this way was when I dressed up as Nathan Fielder (of the co