It’s well-known that Parisians have a certain je ne sais quoi – a fact best demonstrated by a glance at the French capital’s street style stars.While New Yorker style veers toward the trend-led, London girls rock an off-beat individuality, and the Milanese embrace their flamboyance, Parisians are all about that elusive ‘effortless chic’.With the SS19 shows in full swing, we’ve rounded up the looks that give the French their reputation. (P.S we challenge you to not draw up an imaginary shopping list as you go…)Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:These are the London Fashion Week street style stars we’ll be copying this seasonThe best plus-size street style looks at New York Fashion WeekLet New York Fashion Week’s street style stars inspire your next shopping trip
Also included in the Christmas range will be Methuselah Prosecco, luxury caviar, and a chocolate carousel.
The shoes are described as featuring "crumply hold-it-all-together tape details" with a "grungy rubber cupsole".
Today, news broke that British fashion and homeware label Orla Kiely announced it’s ceasing trading, closing its stores and website.
The 21-year-old announced to her followers that she'd just tried cereal with milk for the first time.
Many believe that consuming the placenta has real benefits for the mental health of mothers...
The campaign is in honour of the brand's 30th anniversary since launching, and the second in the 'Labels Are For Clothes'.
Only at Boomtown can you bop to reggae under a canopy of sparkling lanterns, have a conversation with a gun-wielding bar wench and rave to world-class techno all within the same hour.
In case you weren’t aware, the Beckhams are a family who love tattoos.It’s a trend that started with dad, David, who has in excess of 40 of them. By and large, the ex-footballers inkings all have special meanings, whether its a tribute to his ‘pretty lady’ Harper Beckham, a symbolic three cherubs (that’s his sons) helping him up, or a nod to what was a ‘good year’ for him: 1999. David’s love for body art is clearly something that has been passed down to his son, Brooklyn, who got his first tat at age 18. Since, the budding photographer has racked up his total to 21 in just a year, often using his dad’s favourite tattoo artist, Mark Mahoney.Even family matriarch, Victoria, has a few tattoos of her own, mainly dating back to the noughties. Among her inkings include (now removed) Hebrew writing down her back, Roman numerals on her wrist and her husband’s initials. As far as we’re aware, the youngest of the family – Romeo, 16, Cruz, 13, and Harper, 7 – remain tattoo-free (as you’d hope), but we give it just a couple of years until Romeo books in an appointment with Mr Mahoney. We break down the Beckham family’s love affair with body art…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Victoria Beckham covers British Vogue with her four children – but David is noticeably absentBrand Beckham: The iconic British family’s fashion shoots in photosVictoria and David Beckham’s style transformation: The fashion highs and lows of Britain’s most iconic couple
"What are you doing Victoria? Honestly. You’re a mother of four for goodness sake, have some dignity."