Apart from the fact that we're now a little bit in love with Mr Brooksbank (where's he been hiding all this time?) we've also been wowed over the past 48 hours by the direction Princess Eugenie has taken with her royal wedding looks. First, choosing a London Fashion Week brand known for their beautiful wares but not traditionally considered as a bridal go-to, her slightly left-field, and very cool, decision entirely paid off: Eugenie's wedding gown from Peter Pilotto will certainly find its place in the history books.
It has been used for eons as a purifying agent. But now this detoxifying ingredient is having a pop-culture beauty moment. It’s in everything from masks to toothpaste—and now it’s being used in shampoos and conditioners. But activated charcoal
Diesel launches its first all-gender fragrance Wearing a signature scent is comparable to putting on your favourite pair of jeans; it just feels right. And let’s be honest: No one knows denim quite like Glenn Martens, Diesel’s creative director.