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Beauty, Hairstyles, Fashion Trends & More | SheKnows

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    1. We'll see some unlikely style references

    You might not want to wear a blouse with Darth Vader on the front of it, or a T-shirt with a mock up of The Sun's front page emblazoned across the chest (both featured at LFW in 2014), but it sure as hell livens things up on the catwalk.

    House of Holland The Pun

    House of Holland The Pun

    Photo credit: House of Holland/Instagram

    2. Bizarre new words will be created

    If you think the fashion pack speaks another language, you're absolutely right. Why use a lengthy description when one word will do (even if normal people don't have a clue what you're on about)? Last season it was all about the "Chubby" a.k.a. a super cosy, thick, teddy bear-esque shearling coat.

    Givenchy shearling coat

    Givenchy Shearling and Fur Cape (£8,950), matchesfashion.com — the new Chubby?

    3. Kendall Jenner will continue her domination of the catwalk

    At New York Fashion Week Kendall walked for Oscar de la Reta, Vera Wang, Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, Donna Karan and Michael Kors, and opened for Diane von Furstenberg. Will KJ be leading the pack for any LFW designers?

    Kendall Jenner NYFW

    Kendall Jenner NYFW

    Courtesy: Kris Jenner/Instagram

    4. Fashionistas will go hashtag crazy

    Thanks to Topshop, LFW's official high street rep, we can all be part of the U.K.'s biggest fashion fest. The company will be streaming all Twitter conversations about LFW onto large outdoor digital ad hoardings. These are set up in pedestrian areas of London, Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow, and promote key fashion week trends as they emerge, such as #pleats and #utility. Customers will then be able to tweet @Topshop with their chosen trend hashtag to receive a curated shopping list inspired by the trend, which they can then use to buy items in real time.

    Topshop LFW

    Topshop LFW

    Video credit: Topshop/YouTube

    5. It will be the most inclusive LFW yet

    This season, 50 LFW shows will be streamed live, meaning you don't need a ticket to the show to see firsthand what's on the catwalk. So you can at least pretend you're on the front row of the Burberry show on Monday, even if you're on the sofa in your onesie eating chocolate biscuits.

    British Fashion Council LFW

    British Fashion Council LFW

    Photo credit: British Fashion Council/Instagram

    More: The best of street style at New York Fashion Week

    6. The frow will be fabulous, darling!

    We'll be playing spot-the-celeb on the front row. Expect usual suspects Alexa Chung, Pixie Geldof, Daisy Lowe, Rita Ora, Kate Moss, Harry Styles and Ellie Goulding. The big question, of course, is will Kim Kardashian be there with the noisiest accessory from NYFW, her daughter North?

    North West frow

    North West frow

    7. We'll have to deal with some serious social media envy

    OK, so all that live streaming stuff is awesome, but we know it's not quite the same as actually being there. And we'll know this time and time again, all week long, unless of course we can go social media cold turkey.

    Celebrities love to take selfies at London Fashion Week

    Photo credit: WENN.com

    8. Flares and fur will abound

    If NYFW is anything to go by, the '70s trend isn't going away anytime soon. Expect fur stoles, flares and polo necks to make an appearance on the LFW catwalk.

    Altuzarra NYFW

    Altuzarra NYFW

    Photo credit: Altuzarra/Instagram

    9. The high street will have an even greater presence

    A few expertly plucked eyebrows were raised last year when Topshop (who isn't going anywhere) was joined by M&S and Whistles at LFW. This year, River Island is sponsoring designer film screenings from Gareth Pugh, House of Holland and Jean Pierre Braganza X River Island. There's absolutely no reason why more affordable brands shouldn't be part of London Fashion Week, so stuff like this rocks.

    BFC LFW

    BFC LFW

    10. We'll all be talking about Gareth Pugh

    This year's LFW comeback kid is Sunderland-born Gareth Pugh, who's concentrated on showing in New York and Paris for the last 10 years. His precise tailoring and sense of drama, this is one show you shouldn't miss. Catch the live streaming at 8 p.m. on Saturday.

    Gareth Pugh makes his LFW comeback in 2015

    Photo credits: Marcio Madeira/News Pictures/WENN.com

    LFW kicks off on February 20 at Somerset House, London

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    Basically she turned up in her nightie.

    Her slinky purple lingerie-style dress had strategically placed cut outs and lots of lace detailing. The 22-year-old even accessorised with a pair of fluffy heeled sling back slippers à la Blanche from The Golden Girls.

    Charli XCX at the NME Awards 2015

    Photo credit: Daniel Deme/WENN.com

    Charli wasn't the only one embracing the nightwear-as-formalwear trend. Florence Welch also opted for a satin dress, only hers was more like a full-length nightie with a sheer black floral overlay. Television presenter Laura Whitmore, 29, wore a loose fitted navy jumpsuit that could pass for a pair of luxury pjs, while La Roux stood out in a rather bizarre ensemble of fitted pinstripe jacket, wide leg yellow trousers and black slippers with red socks.

    NME Awards 2015

    Photo credits: Daniel Deme/WENN.com

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    NME Awards 2015: The winners

    Best International Band Foo Fighters

    Best Solo Artist Jake Bugg

    Best Video Jamie T "Zombie"

    Philip Hall Radar Award for Best Up-and-Coming Artist Dean Blunt

    Best Live Band Royal Blood

    Best New Band Royal Blood

    Best Track Jamie T "Zombie"

    Best Album Kasabian 48:13

    Best Film Northern Soul

    Best Music Film Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets

    Best British Band Kasabian

    Best Festival Glastonbury Festival

    Best Reissue Manic Street Preachers The Holy Bible

    Greatest Music Moment of the Year Jamie T's comeback

    Best TV Show Game of Thrones

    Best Lyric Happyness "I'm wearing Win Butler's hair/There's a scalpless singer in a Montreal rock band somewhere."

    Best Quote Kasabian "Five records, ten years. We've earned our shot." Serge Pizzorno (talking about headlining Glastonbury)

    Dancefloor Filler Iggy Azalea feat. Charli XCX "Fancy"

    Worst Band 5 Seconds Of Summer

    Villain Of The Year Nigel Farage

    Hero Of The Year Alex Turner

    Best Fan Community Muse

    Small Festival Of The Year Liverpool Psych Fest

    Book Of The Year Viv Albertine Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys

    Best Band Social Media Liam Gallagher's Twitter

    Outstanding Contribution to Music Teenage Cancer Trust

    Rock 'n' Roll Soul Award Jimmy Page

    Godlike Genius Award Suede

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    Actually, our skin has been slowly and quietly losing elasticity and developing teeny, tiny fine lines since we were basking in the glow of our 20s, but we were probably too drunk or busy dating jerks to notice. Whether you're 38 or 23, if you've recently decided now is the time to take action and incorporate a good anti-aging regime into your skin care routine, congratulations and welcome!

    So, now what?

    As much as some of us would kill to have the time and money to get Kardashian-style vampire facials, we're finding it difficult enough to wipe off our mascara at night before we collapse into bed. Busy women, we salute you. Here’s the bare minimum anti-aging routine you need to keep your skin looking healthy and youthful.

    1. Hydrating secrets

    Every expert we spoke with agreed on one thing: The more hydrated your skin, the more youthful it appears. Author, acupuncturist and herbalist Aimee Raupp, who developed her own natural skin care line, says it is vital to hydrate the skin, both internally, by drinking enough water and eating a variety of foods that are rich in nutrients and antioxidants, and externally, by finding a moisturizer that works for you. If you can think of 100 things you'd rather spend your money on than creams, Raupp suggests opening up your pantry and grabbing a bottle of coconut oil or olive oil or sticking with products that are free of parabens, sulfates, phthalates, fragrance, polyethylene glycol and alcohol.

    Dr. Marina l. Peredo, an associate clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, says she is partial to Revision Papaya Enzyme cleaner, which gently exfoliates, Skinmedica TNS Essential serum and Neocutis Lumiere Riche Bio Restorative Eye Cream.

    Dr. Jill Waibel, board certified dermatologist at the Miami Dermatology and Laser Institute, also recommended the Neocutis line, specifically its Bio-Serum, along with SkinMedica TNS Essential Serum, vitamin C, vitamin E, ferulic acid and green tea.

    And for Sheri Poe, Purity of Elements founder and chief creative officer, the winning anti-aging ingredient is copper, which she says helps skin structure proteins maintain their effectiveness, which allows them to confer strength and suppleness to the skin. She recommends her Copper 5 Complex™, which she calls "an antioxidant-rich cocktail of (1) Copper Salt, (2) Green Tea Leaf Extract, (3) Vitamin E, (4) White Tea Leaf Extract and (5) Grapeseed Extract."

    2. Follow the 10-year rule

    Peredo suggests adding one new anti-aging product into our regimens every 10 years.

    "Women should start with preventative care in their early 20s. It is all about prevention and sunscreen at this age," Peredo said. "A light moisturizer with SPF 30 and a hydrating eye cream are the starting points. With each decade, they should add another product into their regimen. In their 30s, an antioxidant should be added. In the 40s, retinol and collagen boosting growth factors should be added. Once a woman hits 50, it's time to pull out the heavy hitter of a prescription strength retinoic acid."

    3. Just wear sunblock, no excuses

    If you spent your 20s chain-smoking on the beach, forgive yourself because you were young and foolish. But throw out those cigarettes pronto and repeat the words: I will wear a sunscreen each and every day of my life from this day forward.

    4. Add and subtract from your diet

    We're not suggesting you never drink a glass or two of wine, but if your skin is a concern and you're addicted to McDonald's, you're going to have to give up that nasty habit. Raupp recommends simply taking a daily supplement of fish or cod liver oil, sleeping at least seven to eight hours each night, and drinking bone broth daily because, she says, it is amazing for hair, nails and skin. As for your diet: Raupp says to stick with organic foods like grass-fed animal protein, pastured eggs, grass-fed butter, organic coconut oil, green vegetables, berries and avocados. Yum! Doesn't sound like too much of a sacrifice, does it?

    5. Don't get trendy with your skin care

    Some bad news: There are folks out there trying to take our hard-earned money and make us believe certain products and ingredients are fountains of youth. Don't believe the hype.

    "Ingredients like Snake Venom that claim to deliver results similar to neurotoxins are simply not real," Peredo said. "These synthetic venoms may contain peptides that can be beneficial to skin, however, only a neurotoxin can truly deliver smoothing results."

    One of Raupp's pet peeves is products that contain collagen, which she says is too large of a protein to penetrate the skin, while Poe suggests always looking for anti-aging ingredients that have been clinically tested with strong results.

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    Very Exclusive is the brainchild of Sarah Curran, formerly of mywardrobe.com, and was inspired by her issue with the fashion world alienating customers "because they're not the right size or profile."

    If you like designer clothes but don't want to pay ridiculous prices, Very Exclusive could be your new favourite online shopping destination. Lucy Choi, Markus Lupfer, See by Chloé, M for Missoni and Rag & Bone are just a handful of the brands available, alongside premium beauty ranges such as Miller Harris and Organic Pharmacy.

    Very Exclusive

    Current/Elliott The Ranch Hand Dungarees (£410); Dolce & Gabbana Bejewelled Sunglasses (£635); Markus Lupfer Hibiscus Print Silk Blouse (£160)

    Very Exclusive

    RED Valentino Eyelet Detail Biker Jacket (£1,550); MCQ Alexander McQueen Snake Print Clutch Bag (£360); Lucy Choi London Macbeth Mesh Peep Toe Boots (£245); Karl Lagerfeld Melina Cloud Leopard Print Dress (£275)

    Very Exclusive

    Paige Denim Vermont Faded Jacket (£210); Pinko Range Pleated Dress (£310); M Missoni Chain Raffia Bag (£315); Puma X MCQ Low Rise Metallic Trainers (£250)

    Very Exclusive

    Karl Lagerfeld Margo Choupette Sweater (£175); M Missoni Floral Print Canvas Beach Bag (£185); Lola Cruz Lace Up Scalloped Sandals (£190); J Brand Mid Rise Photo Ready Distressed Crop Jeans (£185)

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    Lipsticks help to just give your makeup look that extra pop! Whether you go matte, bold, shimmery or nude, you truly need to rock the lipsticks. There are so many great tones, textures and colors. The nude palettes are excellent choices for the darker skin tones as well. In order to get comfortable I had to start with colors like reds and pinks.

    From there I ventured out to purple, orange and now my new-found love, blue. I think it's about finding the right shade that goes well with your skin tone. Because there are so many different "reds," just like there are many different shades of pink. But either way, there's a perfect shade for you.

    So to my darker-skinned ladies, don't be afraid to rock the daring colors too. Some of which include greens, yellows, browns and all the ones mentioned above. You just have to pair each color with the right occasion, a smile and your confidence.

    Here are some of my favorite shades. Be sure to apply a lip balm before you apply your lipsticks, to keep your lips from getting dry. And remember to do a scrub at least once a week as well. I usually do some brown sugar with honey.

    1. Bare Minerals "Fall in Love"

    (Beauty.com, $20)

    The Bare Minerals products are powered by skin nourishing ingredients. So when you apply their lipsticks you don't have to worry about putting anything harmful on your precious lips! The consistency is very rich and creamy as well.

    2. MAC "Spirit"

    (MAC Cosmetics, $16)

    Now MAC is obviously one of my favorite lipstick lines. They have a wide variety of colors, shades and formulas to choose from. Recently I've been venturing in the nude department and Spirit happens to be one of my faves.

    3. Ka'oir "Mistress"

    (Kaoir.com, $16)

    Kaoir is a bold and very vibrant cosmetic line. This one is for the times when you truly want to make a statement. They are satin matte based, and not animal tested. This line is my new-found love!

    4. MAC "Viva Glam III"

    (MAC Cosmetics, $16)

    You know those nights when you want a little dark, yet not-so-dark look? This shade is perfect for those! It's a matte lip color so you could always add some gloss, or rock it just the way it is too.

    5. MAC "Russian Red"

    (MAC Cosmetics, $16)

    Now I absolutely love reds! There are so many shades of red though. This one has been my go-to red lately. It has a hint of orange in it. I would say it's in the brick-red family. Either way it's truly a "lipstick must have".

    6. MAC "Sin"

    (MAC Cosmetics, $16)

    Now I was a little skeptical about the "Sin" color. I mean just listen to that name! But when I tried it, I absolutely loved it! This is another one that could be matte, or you could pop on some gloss too.

    7. MAC "So Chaud"

    (MAC Cosmetics, $16)

    This one is for the bright days! When I wear it I feel oh, so happy!

    8. MAC "Up the Amp"

    (MAC Cosmetics, $16)

    I like wearing this color for the days when I have to run some light errands and I just want a hint of color.

    9. MAC "Rebel"

    (Bloomingdale's, $16)

    This one is an oldie but goodie! It's like the best of both worlds. Purple with a hint of berry.

    10. MAC "Flat out Fabulous"

    (MAC Cosmetics, $16)

    Now this one is my favorite, favorite pink! Seriously, if I am out of this one, I will not feel complete. It's just so pretty. And it's the perfect shade of pink.

    11. Ka'oir "Doll"

    (Kaoir.com, $18)

    Now last, but definitely not least, is my blue! Yes, blue. This one is for the fun and fabulous nights. It's great for photo shoots, date nights, and all that fun stuff.

    So I double dare you to rock these new lipstick shades. Whether you go red, pink, purple or blue, you're going to look totally fab.

    Image: Brian To/WENN.com

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    First, celebrities began to pop up with locks of gorgeous gray. Zosia Mamet sported the look at the premiere of her movie A Most Violent Year this past December. When asked why she jumped from platinum to the silver hue, she simply replied, "I got bored."

    Zosia Mamet

    Zosia Mamet

    Kylie Jenner actually had gone gray a couple months earlier in October, but most just thought it was for Halloween, since she's not shy about changing up her hair hue. However, she hung onto the gray for quite some time, so the granny-esque do has received significant attention. I should probably let my mom know she can stop dyeing her hair red if she wants to stay trendy, right? Nah, the irony would probably be lost on her.

    Jenner

    Jenner

    These fashion pioneers are now in great company riding the gray hair train. Rihanna, Pink, Orange Is the New Black star Dascha Polanco and model Charlotte Free are all on board, sporting variations of the lustrous hue.

    According to Jasmin Allen, senior color master at Errol Douglas Salon, "There's been a gradual creep towards complete gray, with celebrities experimenting with red carpet looks hinting gray via lilacs, blues and greens. I've particularly liked the high silver interpretation of gray, it reflects the light in a way that no other color can."

    But hair color is just the tip of the granny iceberg, my friends. Here are some key elements one should embrace in order to go full granny this spring.

    1. Layering turtlenecks

    Image: Romitagirl67 via flickr

    Grandmothers are notorious for being cold even when it's 80 degrees outside. Well, fashion has finally seen the brilliance behind this seemingly ridiculous delusion. If you want to fully embrace that "I don't care if the a/c's off, I'm still chilly" look in the spring, try layering a turtleneck under a kicky, colorful dress. If you want to take it a step further, throw a scarf on too. A true granny knows you're only ready to go out if your neck is completely protected from the elements.

    2. Sneakers with fancy skirts and dresses

    sneakers with skirt

    sneakers with skirt

    The key to this style is comfort no matter how awkward it may occasionally come across to others. Grannies by nature hate to have cramped feet. Even if they're headed to a fancy restaurant, comfortable shoes are first priority. I think they just assume no one's going to be looking at their feet, and frankly, I often find myself thinking the same way.

    3. Oversized coats

    Oversized coats

    Oversized coats

    The key to granny outerwear is never wear a coat that fits you properly. My grandma's coats were huge, and she was always pulling random things out of them like tissues, Vaseline and the occasional roll. Obviously you want to make sure you have room for all your address books, vitamins and Marjan tiles.

    4. Sandals with socks

    Sandals with socks

    Sandals with socks

    Remember, even in sandal weather, grannies never like to show too much skin, especially in the foot area. But no worries, toe-shyness has been incorporated into the granny look for the spring and summer months. I still think it's pretty weird, but hey, if designers and models are wearing it, I suppose it's a go.

    Read more: How to wear the sandals-with-socks trend

    5. Florals, florals and... more florals

    Florals

    Florals

    Gotta love those big, wallpaper-like floral patterns! If they look like they'd be on the walls of your grandma's home, they should also be all over your wardrobe. P.S.: the more creative you get with floral overlapping, the better.

    6. Lots of lace

    lace

    lace

    The doily look is smokin' right now. Actually, pretty much anything a granny would knit or crochet would be a perfect addition to your spring closet. But remember, looser is better, because comfort comes first. You'll thank me, and your grandma, later.

    7. Headscarf hot

    Headscarf

    Headscarf

    Not just for keeping your hair out of your face in a convertible anymore. The headscarf should be worn tied under your chin to give you more of that "babushka" look. Silk or knit works, as long as it's heavily patterned and/or nubby.

    8. Oversized bags

    bags

    bags

    You have to have room for all the books you're reading this month, extra pairs of gloves, your makeup, two sets of glasses and three apples in case you get peckish, right? An oversized tote is the only way to go, preferably stain-proof because, you know, things happen when you're shoving desserts in there.

    9. Giant glasses

    Glasses

    Glasses

    Or cataract glass as my grandma called them. These can be prescription, or just for fun, but they should be big and bold. Grannies hate blind spots, and need to have bifocal space at the bottom of their lenses. Now you don't need to go that far — the large look will be enough to capture the essence.

    And, in honor of the granny look, take your calcium supplements, don't neglect leafy green vegetables (for fiber to stay regular), and make sure you stay up to date with international and local news. Also floss — senior health care is no joke.

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    Thankfully, and with just a little extra attention, we can all sidestep the potential tragedies associated with dry skin. Tape this guide to your mirror so you can troubleshoot your roughest patches all year long for smooth and supple skin.

    Disclosure: This post is part of a sponsored advertising collaboration.

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    We talked to the experts and found out what you may be doing to dry out your skin without even knowing it and what you can do to stop it in its tracks.

    1. Antibacterial and deodorant soaps

    Do you always reach for the bottle labeled "antibacterial" when you're shopping for a new cleanser? According to Dr. Nada Elbuluk, of the American Academy of Dermatology, you should consider passing over those bottles on your next shopping trip.

    "Many people like these soaps because they feel that their skin is 'cleaner' after use. In reality, many of these soaps can be particularly harsh and drying to the skin, particularly in winter months," she explained.

    2. Lip balm

    Lip balms certainly serve a great purpose, but Elbuluk says if you're buying lip balm made with menthol, camphor or phenol, you may be doing yourself more harm than good. "These ingredients... can initially feel soothing to the lips, but in the long term can cause more irritation and dryness."

    Kent Aftergut, a dermatologist at Methodist Charlton Medical Center in Dallas, says you should also avoid flavored lip balms. "Flavored and scented lip balm may work against you. Subconsciously, you lick your lips in response to the flavor and scent. Saliva, while a quick fix for dry lips, actually desiccates them long-term."

    3. Smoking

    There are a million reasons you should avoid cigarettes, and you can add dry skin to that long list. Dr. Michael Taylor, dermatologist, said, "Smoking is the second most destructive skin problem, next to the sun. Smoking constricts the blood vessels of the skin, causing poor oxygen transfer (oxygen starvation) resulting in dryness of the epidermis and significant premature aging and wrinkling. Really awful."

    4. Swimming

    Believe it or not, water is pretty effective at stripping our skin of moisture, and it's not just steaming-hot showers that are to blame. Going for a dip — whether it's in a pool or the ocean — can be just as drying, if not worse.

    Taylor says chlorine in a swimming pool can be majorly drying. When you think about it, it's not really surprising that a chemical strong enough to strip an entire pool of all that bacteria can also strip your skin of its moisture.

    Sadly, hitting the beach isn't a much better option. The salt in the ocean water dries your skin out fast, and it doesn't all wash off in the shower. It lingers on your skin, meaning its drying effects are long-lasting.

    5. Certain medications

    According to Aftergut, "Some medications cause dry skin. Antihistamines, anticholinergics, diuretics, chemo drugs, tamoxifen, to name a few." More than likely, the benefits of those medications outweigh the burden of dry skin, but talk to your doctor or dermatologist to see if anything can be done to help ease that unpleasant side effect.

    6. Air travel

    Flying on a plane is detrimental to more than your patience. "Traveling in an airplane can take all of the moisture out of your skin, since the airplane's air does not recirculate as much," said aesthetician, Sarah Diana. She recommends using a hydrating toner to refresh your face, both before you take off and once you have landed.

    7. Cleansing wipes

    Those little packets of facial cleansing wipes are so convenient and easy to use, but they may not be the best choice for your face. Dr. James C. Marotta, a dual board-certified facial plastic surgeon and skin care expert, says it may be worth the trouble to wash your face the old-fashioned way. "These wipes sometimes contain harsh chemicals and alcohol, which when used are then rubbed vigorously into the skin, particularly around the super-delicate eye area. As well as irritation, high levels of alcohol can also cause extreme dryness and premature aging.

    8. Dry, scratchy towels

    Yep, you read that right. You don't only have to worry about what you wash your face with, you also have to consider what you're using to dry it. Marotta says, "Dry towels can wreak havoc on your skin because they cause irritation and dryness, which in turn can lead to aging. Instead, pat your skin dry with a clean, gentle towel."

    9. Alcohol

    Your favorite nightcap may help you sleep better, but according to Marotta, it won't make you wake up looking any brighter. "All alcohol dehydrates the skin. This means your skin will appear less plump and fresh the next morning after a night of drinking. With repeated use, these changes in the skin can become more permanent.

    10. Petroleum jelly

    If you're like most of us, you've been taught your whole life that petroleum jelly (also called petrolatum) is the go-to cure for dry skin. Some skin care experts, including Lynda Torrey, director of wellness for the Woodhouse Day Spa, disagree. "Anything containing the ingredient petrolatum, from baby products to Chap Stick to hand lotion, will be drying to the skin," she said. "Products that feature this ingredient will appear extremely moisturizing at first; however, it creates a barrier on the skin that does not allow nourishment and hydration to be absorbed. Ultimately, this leads to dryness and dehydration."

    11. Aging

    Unfortunately, dry skin is just a part of the aging process, says Taylor. "As we age, the skin becomes less able to hold moisture and thus becomes dried," he said. This means a good moisturizing routine is even more important as we get older.

    Disclosure: This post is part of a sponsored advertising collaboration.

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    Naomi Campbell

    Naomi Campbell

    Photo credit: WENN.com

    Naomi Campbell is one of the most successful British supermodels of all time and is still working as a model, actress, philanthropist and entrepreneur 29 years after she was scouted at the age of 15. Among her many impressive achievements, she was the first black model on the cover of French Vogue.

    Shannon Murray

    Shannon Murray

    Photo credit: radiotimes.com

    Shannon Murray was the first disabled model to feature in a high street campaign for Debenhams’ Principles range in 2010. An accident as a teenager left her paralysed but this only inspired her to achieve more. She is also an actress, presenter and lawyer and won the Model in a Million competition for disabled models.

    Katie Piper

    Katie Piper

    Photo credit: Rocky/WENN.com

    Thanks to her Channel 4 documentary Katie: My Beautiful Face, Katie Piper is famous for overcoming adversity and finding a way to feel beautiful again after a horrible incident. The burns victim continues to pursue her desired career as a model and media personality and she now runs the Katie Piper Foundation.

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    Hammasa Kohistani

    Hammasa Kohistani

    Photo credit: Vince Maher/WENN.com

    Hammasa Kohistani opened doors for ethnic minority women in beauty pageants when she was the first Asian woman to be crowned Miss England in 2005. She was also the first Muslim to receive the title. She went on to represent England at the Miss World competition and has since appeared in magazines such as Teen Vogue.

    Chloe Marshall

    Chloe Marshall

    Photo credit: Vince Maher/WENN.com

    In 2008 Chloe Marshall was the first plus size model to take part in the Miss England finals, having been chosen as Miss Surrey earlier that year. The pretty size 16 model was accused of promoting obesity but said she wanted “to break the stereotype that you have to be tall and skinny to be considered beautiful."

    Lorraine Pascale

    Lorraine Pascale

    Photo credit: WENN.com

    Lorraine Pascale is now best known as a TV chef and cookery book author but she originally got into the entertainment industry as a groundbreaking model. She was the first British black model to appear on the cover of Elle U.S. She also appeared in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue and Robbie Williams' "Millennium" video.

    Bishamber Das

    Bishamber Das

    Photo credit: twitter.com

    Bishamber Das brought diversity to the Miss India Europe beauty pageant in 2014 when she was chosen as the first plus size model to represent the U.K. At the finals in Barcelona she was the second runner-up and won the title of Miss Photogenic. Bishamber is not just pretty but smart too — she became a magistrate at the age of 22.

    Neelam Johal

    Neelam Johal

    Photo credit: models1blog.com

    In 2013 Neelam Johal became the first British Asian model to star in a campaign for the legendary British fashion brand Burberry. Not only that but it was her first ever campaign and it was shot by one of the world’s most famous photographers, Mario Testino. Neelam is signed to prestigious agency Models 1.

    Kelly Knox

    Kelly Knox

    Photo credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com

    Kelly Knox is a disabled model who won Britain’s Missing Top Model TV series on BBC3 in 2008. The programme was designed to highlight the beautiful disabled women who don't have a presence in contests such as Britain's Next Top Model. Kelly has appeared in British Vogue and Marie Claire and acts in Channel 4’s I'm Spazticus.

    Jack Eyers

    Jack Eyers

    Photo credit: http://detaykibris.com/

    It's not just female models who are breaking boundaries in the fashion industry. Only this week Jack Eyers became the first disabled man to model at New York Fashion Week. Jack, 25, whose leg was amputated due to a growth deficiency, walked in the catwalk show for designer Antonio Urzi alongside other disabled models.

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    Your successful career, beautiful family and stellar self-confidence, which you would have killed to have when you were 16 and battling acne, doesn't make it any easier to wake up the morning before you have a big meeting and confront the fact that your skin was waging war with itself while you slept.

    If anything, it can make you even more bitter and confused. Fine lines? Fine. Totally understandable. Dry skin and melasma associated with pregnancy? Annoying, but you learn to accept these realities as necessary evils. But pimples and blackheads and whiteheads? No, no, and no.

    Dr. Marina l. Peredo, an associate clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, said that adult acne begins to make its unwelcome appearance in the late 20s and that, unlike teen acne, which is comprised of blackheads and whiteheads, adult acne tends to be cystic. If you've ever had a cystic pimple, you know they are no joke. They're like the big bullies of the acne world; They occur deeper in the skin when a clogged pore becomes infected with bacteria and, aside from looking like hell on your face, can be painful and itchy.

    If you're one of a gazillion women who breaks out in pimples around that time of the month, run to the pharmacy, grab a benzoyl peroxide treatment, and consider yourself fortunate. Peredo says adult acne, with all its gorgeous cystic breakouts, doesn't respond to over-the-counter treatments and needs to be treated by a dermatologist.

    "Adult acne is generally triggered by hormones and shows up on the lower half of the face," Peredo said. "Some forms of birth control, pregnancy, peri-menopause and stress are all triggers."

    So, now that we all know what adult acne is, here's an even more important question: How the heck do we ensure we never get it? Peredo says the first step isn't one you haven't heard before: Keep your skin clean! Wash off all of your makeup every night and don't neglect the power of eating a well-balanced diet rich in vitamins and as few preservatives as you can find. And, since you're an adult now and racked with anxieties, exercise and consider learning relaxation techniques to relieve your stress.

    Since cystic acne is difficult to treat, Peredo suggests using topical prescription-strength tertian, micro-resurfacing and chemical peels that contain salicylic acid. If you find yourself with an incredibly painful cyst, you new BFF — your dermatologist — can inject corticosteroid straight into that sucker.

    So, yeah, yeah, you plan on visiting your doctor every month and are practicing your OMs and eating broccoli. Let's talk products, specifically, acne products that won't dry out your skin and aggravate fine lines — which weren't a concern back when you were 15 and willing to coat your face with toothpaste.

    First and foremost, Peredo reminds us to wear sunscreen because ingredients like tretinoin are extremely drying. Her recommendations include Neocutis Journee Bio-restorative Day Cream, Colorscience Sunforgettable and Elta MD.

    Now, maybe you're reading this and thinking: That sounds great. But what are some natural ways to combat adult acne?

    Aimee Raupp, author, acupuncturist, herbalist and founder of Aimee Raupp Beauty, says she always looks at environmental factors first when treating acne and that she prefers working with patients to change their diet, improve their sleep, manage their stress and stop using over-the-counter "acne fighting" cleansers that she says strip the skin of necessary oils.

    "The key is to balance the skin from the inside out and then to properly hydrate the skin topically, usually with oil-based products," Raupp said.

    As far as products go, Raupp says she loves coconut oil and sesame oil for acne-prone aging skin and recommends a product she makes called "Organic Balancing Oil," that contains ingredients like coconut oil, sweet almond oil, argan oil and other ingredients that she says fight acne, but keep skin hydrated.

    It's never easy to deal with acne, regardless of our age. But with information at our disposal and a few good tips, we’ll feel more in control of our skin and more beautiful.

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    We're so used to seeing Pricey in layers of fake tan, with her hair backcombed to the hilt, and wearing super tight, super revealing clothes, that this new look is really refreshing. She may have been nervous but she didn't show it.

    "I was totally up for the team giving me a different look," the Celebrity Big Brother winner said. "It was a wicked evening and Naomi did an amazing job. It was a great charity event to be involved in and I'm glad I could lend my support."

    More: Why Katie Price was the right person to win CBB

    Naomi Campbell at Fashion for Relief

    Photo credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com

    Pricey was joined on the catwalk by a host of famous faces including Katie Piper, Bruno Tonioli, Sarah Ferguson, Pixie Lott, Alesha Dixon and Caroline Flack. Hosted by Naomi Campbell, the Fashion For Relief event was to raise money for victims of the Ebola crisis in Africa.

    Alesha Dixon at Fashion for Relief

    Photo credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com

    Caroline Flack at Fashion for Relief

    Photo credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com

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    Pixie Lott at Fashion for Relief

    Photo credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com

    Katie Piper at Fashion for Relief

    Photo credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com

    Katie Price at Fashion for Relief

    Photo credit: Lia Toby/WENN.com

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    The 12 Years a Slave star walked the wet red carpet wearing a beautiful — and likely heavy — custom Calvin Klein gown bedazzled with 6,000 pearls.

    Lupita Nyong'o wears pearls to the Oscars

    What is there to say, other than she's flawless?

    The gorgeous bodice played peek-a-boo with a keyhole opening in the front and draped across her shoulders. The low-cut back showed off her flawless skin, along with more pearl-adorned straps.

    She topped off the look with Chopard earrings, Kirkwood heels and simple makeup accented with a shimmery eyeshadow.

    Our question: How heavy is it? "It's actually quite comfortable," she told Lara Spencer on the red carpet before the show.

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    1. Lupita Nyong'o

    It took 6,000 pearls to make Lupita Nyong'o's custom Calvin Klein gown. Worth. Every. Pearl.

    Lupita Nyong'o Oscars

    Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/Wire Image/Getty Images

    2. Jennifer Aniston

    Our favorite friend might have been snubbed for an Oscar, but she definitely shined on the red carpet in a sparkly Versace gown.

    Jennifer Aniston at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Jeff Vespa/Wire Image/Getty Images

    3. Chloe Grace Moretz

    Chloe Grace Moretz's floral Miu Miu gown makes us think of spring... and that makes us super happy after this long, miserable winter.

    Chloe Grace Moretz at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Jeff Vespa/Wire Image/Getty Images

    4. Felicity Jones

    The Theory of Everything's Felicity Jones looks incredibly sophisticated in a high-necklined Alexander McQueen gown.

    Felicity Jones at the 201 Oscars

    Photo credit: Jeff Vespa/Wire Image/Getty Images

    5. Jennifer Lopez

    Jennifer Lopez always picks the best looks. Case in point: this fairytale Elie Saab gown. Can we get a Forever 21 version for our spring parties?

    Jennifer Lopez at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    6. Zoe Saldana

    New mom Zoe Saldana's soft pink Atelier Versace gown is basically everything we want in a dress.

    Zoe Saldana at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    7. Kerry Washington

    Kerry Washington's gorgeous peplum Miu Miu dress is definitely Olivia Pope-approved.

    Kerry Washington at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/Wire Image/Getty Images

    8. Reese Witherspoon

    We love Reese Witherspoon's push to #askhermore on the red carpet, but can we also talk about her black and white Tom Ford dress for a second? Gorgeous.

    Reese Witherspoon at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    9. Leslie Mann

    Leslie Mann is a woman after our hearts in this neutral pantsuit.

    Leslie Mann at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Larry Busacca/VF15/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    10. Marion Cotillard

    Marion Cotillard never follows the fashion norm... and we couldn't love her Christian Dior gown more. Though, it wasn't everyone's cup of tea.

    Marion Cotillard at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Steve Granitz/Wire Image/Getty Images

    11. Julianne Moore

    Is Julianne Moore never not perfect? Nope, and her custom Chanel gown proves it.

    Julianne Moore at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/Wire Image/Getty Images

    12. Viola Davis

    Viola Davis might be a murderer on her hit show How To Get Away With Murder, but we'd kill to get our hands on this Zac Posen gown. OK, kidding. Maybe.

    Viola Davis at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Steve Granitz/Wire Image/Getty Images

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    1. Marion Cotillard

    Marion Cotillard picked a different sort of cut for her Dior dress... and Twitter knows where the inspiration came from.

    Marion Cotillard at the Oscars

    Marion Cotillard tweet

    Marion Cotillard tweet

    Photo credit: Steve Granitz/Wire Image/Getty Images

    2. Julianne Moore

    Julianne Moore + Chanel = Match made in heaven. But not everyone is sold...

    Julianne Moore at the Oscars

    Julianne Moore Oscars dress

    Julianne Moore Oscars dress

    Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/Wire Image/Getty Images

    3. Naomi Watts

    Naomi Watts' beautiful Armani Privé dress reminded someone of a brick wall.

    Naomi Watts at the Oscars

    Naomi Watts dress

    Naomi Watts dress

    Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/Wire Image/Getty Images

    4. Viola Davis

    Viola Davis looked amazing in her Zac Posen, but some question the silhouette.

    Viola Davis Oscars

    Viola Davis Oscars dress

    Viola Davis Oscars dress

    Photo credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    5. Nicole Kidman

    Well, we think Nicole Kidman's dress looks beautiful... and no, it wasn't purchased at Forever 21.

    Nicole Kidman Oscars dress

    Nicole Kidman Oscars dress

    Nicole Kidman Oscars dress

    Photo credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    6. Lady Gaga

    Lady Gaga's dress took two months to make, but all anyone cared about were those red gloves.

    Lady Gaga Oscars dress

    Lady Gaga dress

    Lady Gaga dress

    Photo credit: George Pimentel/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    Oscars red carpet 2015

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    If you're in a customer- or sales-focused business the way you present yourself is obviously key to your success. You are a walking billboard for your business so dress the part; here are some suggestions from the Spring 2015 collections.

    For the creative professional:

    Image: Yannis Vlamos/Indigitalimages.com

    For the Bay Street babe:

    Image: Theory/STYLE.COM

    For the shop girls:

    Image: Courtesy of Alice + Olivia/STYLE.COM

    My argument for the home-based business pros would be that swapping your sweats for a crisp cotton shirt would make you more productive. You'll look in the mirror and see the inspiring leader that you are.

    Here are a few looks that might put a little bounce in your step:

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    The New York Fashion Week catwalk featured a range of models with disabilities last week and yesterday its British counterpart embraced another kind of female body.

    The Temperley London AW15 show stood out on Sunday, not only for the elegant, feminine designs that are loved by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge, Pippa Middleton, Nicole Kidman and Emma Watson, but for featuring not one but two pregnant models.

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    Jacquetta Wheeler wore a glamorous gold gown and Caroline Winberg modelled a tailored black jumpsuit, both emphasising their beautiful bumps.

    OK so pregnant models may not look like ordinary pregnant women but it's still refreshing to see something a little different on the catwalk.

    Pregnant models at LFW

    Pregnant models at LFW

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    The Temperley London show also saw the comeback of Sophie Dahl, who has taken a long break from the catwalk to concentrate on her writing career. Proud hubby Jamie Cullum watched her from the front row as she modelled a long black velvet coat and sparkly trousers.

    Sophie Dahl on the catwalk for Temperley London at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credit: Mike Marsland/WireImage/Getty Images

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    Best Actress nominee Felicity Jones wore a dramatic off-grey custom-made halter neck gown by Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen with a full skirt and detailed bodice, which was hand sewn with silk and pearls. For the Vanity Fair after party she chose a sophisticated black column dress with a bejewelled collar — very Audrey Hepburn.

    Felicity Jones at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credits: Jason Merritt/Entertainment/Getty Images; David Livingston/Entertainment/Getty Images

    Rosamund Pike, who was also up for Best Actress for her role in Gone Girl, looked incredible in strapless red lace Givenchy Haute Couture with a thigh split and matching strappy heels.

    Rosamund Pike at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images

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    Keira Knightley may have lost out to Patricia Arquette for Best Supporting Actress, but she won the red carpet in her stunning creation from Valentino's Spring/Summer 2015 couture collection. The dreamy dress, decorated with flowers and extracts from French poetry, looked amazing on Keira's growing bump. The Imitation Game actress also chose Valentino for the Vanity Fair after party: a beautiful inky gown with a plunging neckline and flowing train.

    Keira Knightley at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credits: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images; Anthony Harvey/Entertainment/Getty Images

    American Sniper and Foxcatcher star Sienna Miller chose Peter Copping for Oscar de la Renta for the ceremony, and her lace dress was hot off the catwalk: it made its debut at New York Fashion Week only four days earlier. The intricate lace dress with delicate velvet bows and semi-sheer skirt perfectly epitomises the rebirth of the house of de la Renta, following the iconic designer's passing last October. Miller accessorised with a black clutch and pearl bangle and looked as elegant yet contemporary as ever.

    Sienna Miller at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Jason Merritt/Entertainment/Getty Images

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    Thandie Newton was effortlessly elegant in a simple, slouchy, Grecian-style black gown with gold embellishment on the shoulders and cinched-in waist for the Vanity Fair Oscars viewing party.

    Thandie Newton at the 2015 Oscars

    Photo credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage/Getty Images

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    1. Margot Robbie's matte red lips & sexy hair

    Margot Robbie red lip

    Image: Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com

    Va. Va. Voom. Seriously. The lips are courtesy of Hourglass Opaque Rouge Liquid Lipstick in Raven. (Sephora, $10 for the mini size) And her hair is by Garnier — that silky, sleek texture was created with a combo of Garnier products. First, stylist Renato Campora prepped Robbie's hair with Sleek and Shine Sleek Primer Style Prep ($5) and thickening lotion. Then, he created a deep side part, dried her hair 80 percent, sprayed in some Full & Plush Root Amp Root Lifting Spray ($5) and finished drying with a round brush. To smooth out the ends, he used a tiny amount of Marvelous Oil Frizz Defy. HOT! (GarnierUSA.com, $6)

    2. Lupita Nyong'o's soft gray eyeshadow

    Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars

    Image: Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com

    The Lancôme Ambassadress is, obviously, wearing Lancôme makeup. I can't tell you how she gets her otherwordly skin to glow like that, but I can tell you that a pretty, light gray eyeshadow is a beautiful idea to steal. The exact products used:

    3. Chrissy Teigen's black cherry lips

    Chrissy Teigen dark lipstick

    Image: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    Another super-sexy look, Chrissy's makeup is all Maybelline New York. Props to Master Glaze Blush Stick in Just-Pinched Pink (CVS, $6) and Face Studio Master Hi-Light in Coral (Ulta, $10), she has a really gorgeous glow. But the number one item I'll be snapping up ASAP: Color Sensational Creamy Mattes in Divine Wine. (Ulta, $8)

    4. Dakota Johnson's saucy ponytail

    Dakota Johnson Oscars

    Image: Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com

    Dove Celebrity Stylist Mark Townsend did the Fifty Shade of Grey starlet's hair, and the key to that great texture? Dove Refresh+Care Invigorating Dry Shampoo (Drugstore.com, $5).

    5. Jessica Chastain's soft & sexy cat eye (and creamy skin)

    Jessica Chastain

    Image: Apega/WENN.com

    Another flawless all-over beauty look, but that gorgeous two-toned cat eye is divine. Kristofer Buckle for Kiehl's did Jessica's makeup, starting with a layer of Kiehl’s Creme De Corps (Kiehl's, $11) to make sure Jessica’s arms, legs and décolletage were as flawless as her face. Next, he prepped Jessica's skin with Hydro Plumping Re-texturizing Serum (Kiehl's, $58), which works as a primer and is extremely moisturizing. Then, he added a thin layer of Ultra Facial Cream (Kiehl's, $27), applied Creamy Eye Treatment With Avocado (Kiehl's, $29) and followed by BB Cream in Light. (Kiehl's, $38)

    Bonus tip: To create that soft winged eye, he used eyeshadow instead of liquid liner — brilliant!

    6. Emma Stone's coral lips

    Emma Stone Oscars

    Image: Apega/WENN.com

    Celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin created this gorgeous look to complement Emma Stone's bold chartreuse dress. Those soft, smoky eyes were created with Revlon PhotoReady 3D Volume Mascara in Black (Ulta, $10); and CHANEL Limited Edition Lumières Facettes Quadra Eye Shadow (Chanel, $59) and Écriture de Chanel Eyeliner Pen in Brun (Chanel, $35).

    But the real star of this beauty look is that pretty coral lip — something we can all copy, especially as spring draws near. Get the exact look with REVLON Ultra HD Lipstick in HD Tulip. (Target, $8)

    7. Jenna Dewan's sleek, low ponytail

    Jenna Dewan Tatum ponytail hairstyle

    Image: Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images

    Celebrity hairstylist Derek Williams created this chic pony with just the right amount of texture and body. To get this look, first Derek applied KMS California FREESHAPE hot flex crème (Ulta, $20) to her towel-dried hair, and blew it dry straight using a flat brush.

    Next, Derek went over Jenna’s hair with a flat iron, and ran a dime-sized amount of SILKSHEEN polishing serum (Beautybay.com, $19) throughout her hair. Once he brushed it back into a low, sleek ponytail, Derek sprayed Jenna’s ponytail with HAIRSTAY dry xtreme hairspray (Ulta, $18) to give the ponytail some slight texture and movement.

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    Nobody's important enough to hold up Burberry

    Kate Moss, Jourdan Dunn, Cara Delevingne, Sam Smith and Mario Testino all made it on time for the hotly anticipated Burberry show on Monday but one particular supermodel missed the first 10 minutes. Yes, not even Naomi Campbell has enough clout to delay Burberry (much to Mossy's amusement).

    Naomi Campbell at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credit: David M. Benett/Entertainment/Getty Images

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    Some makeup trends will never catch on

    Makes an impact on the catwalk, never going to go down well on your next night out. We'll leave the crazy dalmatian makeup to Dora Abodi.

    Makeup at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credit: Nicky J. Sims/Stringer/Getty Images

    You should always check what your friend is wearing

    Even with an extensive wardrobe and endless designer threads at your disposal there's still the chance you and your mate will both turn up to an event in your leopard print jacket and denim. Just like Alexa Chung and Pixie Geldof discovered before the Shrimps show at Somerset House. Cringe.

    Alexa Chung and Pixie Geldof at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credits: WENN.com; Zibi/WENN.com

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    Everyone wants to be Philip Green's BFF

    The Topshop boss was lapping up the attention from the ladies on the front row at his Topshop Unique show and looked pretty happy about it.

    Front row at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credit: David M. Benett/Entertainment/Getty Images

    The high street can totally rock the LFW catwalk

    Sir Philip had another reason to smile at London Fashion Week. The Topshop Unique show on Sunday afternoon went down a storm. Baby blue cord flares, wild flower print tea dresses, PVC macs, embellished mini skirts, knee high boots and cropped faux fur jackets — we want it all.

    Topshop Unique at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credits: Tim P/Whitby/Entertainment/Getty Images

    Topshop Unique at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credits: Antonio de Moraes Barros/WireImage/Getty Images

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    Henry Holland's conveyor belt catwalk

    The House of Holland models strutted down a moving catwalk to Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk," wearing a range of fun coats in every colour from the crayon box.

    Henry Holland at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credits: Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images

    Sophia Webster's contorting models

    Crowds were treated to performance art at Sophia Webster's "Freak Like Me" themed show. The trampolining clowns and contortionists in lace-up neon heels almost stole the show from the sphere-brandishing models.

    Sophia Webster at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credits: David M. Benett/Entertainment/Getty Images; Stuart C. Wilson/Entertainment/Getty Images

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    Anya Hindmarch's traffic-stopping show

    Hindmarch showcased clothes for the first time at LFW AW15, as well as her signature quirky bags. This collection's theme was the M25, with words inspired by traffic sign graphics positioned in humorous places.

    Anya Hindmarch at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credits: Stuart C. Wilson/Entertainment/Getty Images; David M. Benett/Entertainment/Getty Images; Stuart C. Wilson/Entertainment/Getty Images

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    Ashley Williams' "don't look at me" hats

    Ashley Williams also featured slogans in her collection with "Last Chance to Escape Planet Earth" and "Plastic Surgery" patched onto her garments. But it was her huge furry hats that caught our eye. Perfect for those bad hair/bad everything days when you just don't feel like making eye contact.

    Ashley Williams at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credits: Tim P. Whitby/Entertainment/Getty Images

    Street Style

    Trends aren't just started on the catwalk. The city's fashionistas have been out in force during LFW, keen to show off their unique personal style. From eyes on trainers and blue faux fur with bare legs, to football scarves and SpongeBob SquarePants-themed outfits, we'll let you decide what's weird and what's wonderful.

    Street style at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credit: Timur Emek/Entertainment/Getty Images

    Street style at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credit: Melodie Jeng/Entertainment/Getty Images

    Street style at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credit: Timur Emek/Entertainment/Getty Images

    Street style at London Fashion Week AW15

    Photo credit: Kirstin Sinclair/Entertainment/Getty Images

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