Can’t get enough of Emma Watson? Ditto. From letting us relive our childhoods with Beauty and the Beast take two, to being perfectly outspoken in her role as activist and UN goodwill ambassador – she’s as dreamy as they come. And to top it all off, she’s recently been rocking certified modern-day princess hair that we simply can’t ignore. Here’s five looks to copy, pronto…

Curl, girl
If you were searching for the perfect ‘do for all your fancy RSVPs this year, then this EW hairstyle is it. Loose, undone tendrils at the front? Check. Pinned section at the back? Check, check. Now, just add some berry lippie and your big occasion outfit (talk about belle of the ball).

Party in the back
Yep, sometimes a straight-forward pony just won’t cut it. For that back-do that has all the BNO mileage, split hair into three sections before twisting into individual buns. Top tip: debut it right with a sassy cold-shoulder top.

Side to side
For low-maintenance girls, sometimes it feels only right to let your hair down and just be. The key is in freshly washed hair: blow-dry until it’s 90% done, and let the rest do its air-dry thing. Side part and keep make-up simple.

Braidy bunch
For an oh-so-pretty ‘do to take you anywhere, from brunch to big night out, it’s all about a simple braided crown, à la Emma. Side part hair and plait each side from the top, before fastening at the nape of the neck with hair pins. Spritz with hairspray and consider yourself sorted for the next 24 hours.

Drum roll, please. And the award for the showstopper goes to… this divine updo feat. gold leaf blingage, Julius Caesar-styleStyle is a manner of doing or presenting things, especially a fashionable one.. Pull loosely curled hair back and pin in sections, before fastening gold hair slides to random strands: think above the ears and leading towards the nape of the neck. All hail.



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Thinking through your work ‘drobe can become a real yawn affair when your 9-5 inspiration is sapped. Lucky for you, big shot stylist and reporter Leaf Greener has just made style waves in fancy office threads…

Announcement: two-piece dressA dress (also known as a frock or a gown) is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice (or a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment). codes don’t have to exclude colour (for real). Want to strike the balance between professional and your fash-forward self? Tap into the chic sweetness of blush suits just like Leaf, by styling yours with a white roll-neck (or shirt, depending on your smart-o-meter), and a pair of matchy marshmallow court shoes. Complete your cloud-nine ensemble with some statement earrings and a teeny satchel. Soft yet standout.



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Sure, there’s the teeny factor of a nine-month ticking time bomb, but when you’re pregnant there’s something else demanding immediate attention on a daily basis: your ever-expanding bump. From concealing it to full-on embracing it, these celebrity mums have some pro styling ideas for every phase of your bump.

Easy breezy
You’re not quite ready to let the world know there’s a bae on board, but your waist line has other ideas. In the first few weeks, make like Irina Shayk in comfortable fashion-led pieces like striped tracksuit trousers and PJ tops.

No biggie
The early days of pregnancy are nauseating enough without events being thrown into the mix. If you’ve got to pull it together for a big one, look for styles that don’t hug but still flatter – Marion Cotillard’s ruched jumper dress is a v good case in point. Add low-key hair and make-up, plus your go-to heels, and you’re one hot mama in the making.

Kinky boots
When the cat is well and truly out of the bag, it’s safe to transition from ‘nothing to see here’ clothes to body-hugging numbers. Look out for ribbed jumper dressesA dress (also known as a frock or a gown) is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice (or a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment). in particular, which expand as you do – and pull a Cheryl by wearing with your statement OTK boots. Coming out of the first trimester like…

Shoulder drama
On sunny days, put down the vest you’ve grown unhealthily attached to and opt for a Bardot neckline. Eva Chen’s cotton cold-shoulder shirt is super-flattering thanks to that bump-skimming empire line. Throw in a bunch of on-point accessories (we’re looking at you furry sliders), and you’ve got a look your non-PG friends would be proud of.

Jump to it
If there’s one thing your maternity wardrobe will thank you for, it’s a jumpsuit around the halfway point. It’s about now that you’ve out grown the first pair of maternity jeans you bought and you’re looking for a refresh. Mila Kunis’ front-pleat, wide-leg all-in-one is the ultimate in comfort dressing.

All the frills
Léa Seydoux: proof that a mini and heeled biker boots are legit maternity wear if ever you needed it. Don’t ditch the silhouettes you love, just find a new way to spin them. In Léa’s case, a peplum hem makes a mini feel less woah, and the frilled sleeves give a nod to your fave SS17 trend (sleeve deets = major).

Details, details
Bow down to the jersey dress (with added stretch, obviously). Adèle Exarchopoulos’s asymmetric hemline, plaited high pony, just-so make-up and heeled boots prove that you don’t have to leave your attention to detail at the door when you get pregnant.

New-school glmaour
Dreading the dress code? Resist the temptation to ‘RSVP: no’ when big events coincide with you being big. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Oscars dress was a schooling in elegant maternity occasionwear: look for thigh-high splits and textured bodices. You got this.

Print perfectionist
No amount of pattern is going to minimise how much your bump has ballooned out of nowhere, but you can be savvy with large and mini prints to create a distinct top and bottom half, like Amanda Seyfried.

Texture play
Lake Bell’s velvet polkadot dress with shoulder splits is the dream way to style out a baby shower/christening/wedding (insert any summer party from your iCal here). Look out for anything textured at this stage – it’s a subtle way to make your bump look a little smaller. If you’ve got to the point where heels are a no-go zone, switch out for girlie sliders.

Jog on
Whether you’ve lived in maternity leggings for the last nine months or they’ve only come out for trips to yoga, no matter, their comfort factor is of upmost importance. Make like Natalie Portman and look for space-dye styles which hug your bump, then pair with your freshest runners and mirror shades.

Take cover
A longline kimono (or dressing gown where needs must) is a solid buy from day one – going from cover-up to statement piece when you’re ready to pop. Ciara’s striped version (plus choker necklace and high top-knot) gives her standard maternity vest and wide trews an instant upgrade.

Out of this world
… alternatively, scrap it all and make like the queen you are and channel goddess of fertility Beyoncé, in a gilded headdress and sheer gown (backlit at all times, naturally). You do you.



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Coco Baudelle is not your average modelModel (people), a person in a role to promote, display, or advertise commercial products or to serve as a visual aide for people who are creating works of art.. At 5’2”, the Bianca Jagger doppelg?nger (circa Studio 54, btw) traded in law school and a banking job to become an actress, but now with so many strings to her bow, it’s quicker to name what she doesn’t do. The *deep breath* actress/screenwriter/filmmaker/visual artist was discovered after Glossier founder Emily Weiss DM’ed her on Instagram, so it’s no surprise that her account is literal cool-girl scrolling fodder. Expect polaroids in ditsy 90s sundresses and dreamy landscapes. Here’s nine reasons to follow (+ those brows <3)…



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Whether the weather is playing ball or not, the general consensus is that it’s spring. Ergo, our wardrobes must follow suit. All you gotta do is pick up some power prints, and just like that, you’re in the club. Here’s the 10 best to browse, RN…

1. Bluebird beauty
Trophy skirts are big business for spring, and this cobalt-blue one is exactly what your leather jacketA jacket is a mid stomach length garment for the upper body. A jacket typically has sleeves, and fastens in the front or slightly on the side. A jacket is generally lighter, tighter-fitting, and less insulating than a coat, which is outerwear. Some jackets are fashionable, while others serve as protective clothing. and ankle boots have been waiting for.

ASOS mini wrap skirt, £35

2. Textured treat
What we’ve got here is a masterpiece of new-season mash-ups: nautical stripes, asymmetric hemline, dungaree-style straps plus all the ruffles. Add metallic mules and chunky jewels for fancy evenings.

ASOS Petite maxi dress, £45

3. Power flowers
For those days when you just can’t, add a dose of giving-a-damn via your footwear. As perfect with your blue jeans as they will be with a LBD for date night.

ASOS Lakeside embroidered ballet flats, £22

4. Oh, Romeo
Thought an unexpectedly sexy Hawaiian shirt was reserved solely for Leo in Romeo + Juliet? Nope, consider this the green light to get in on the easy breezy action.

Motel Hawaiian floral shirt, £28

5. Wish you were mine
Nothing beats a postcard print to make a girl feel like a Sicilian goddess. Pair with a pretty crop top, lace-up leather sandals and oversized shades for serious holiday vibes.

ASOS Tall midi skirt with postcard print, £38

6. Get the gingham
Tick off the huge gingham trend and sort out your oh-so-cute party bag, by nabbing this tiny trophy with a customised finish. Sweet.

River Island mini satchel, £26

7. Totally tropical
Slide into spring with the most fun print – flamingos, of course. Also, snaps for the green and pink hues: the colour combo of the season for sure.

TheWhiteBrand flamingo sliders, £20

8. Best of both
A bikini set that includes a top legit cool enough to wear off the beach, too? Oh, and it’s gingham. Jackpot.

Boohoo gingham Bardot bikini top, £10
Boohoo gingham high-waisted bikini bottoms, £8

9. Puffballer
How to take your new fave party skirtA skirt is a tube- or cone-shaped garment that hangs from the waist or hips and covers all or part of the legs. The hemline of skirts can vary from micro to floor-length and can vary according to cultural conceptions of modesty and aesthetics as well as the wearer’s personal taste, which can be influenced by such factors as fashion and social context. Most skirts are self-standing garments, but some skirt-looking panels may be part of another garment such as leggings, shorts, and swimsuits., the 80s puffball, into spring with you? Just add prints, duh. Painterly foliage plus canary-yellow = spring break beautiful.

ASOS puffball mini skirt in yellow jacquard, £35

10. Check mate
Workwear just went from boring to brilliant with the addition of these perfect-fit gingham trews. All summer long, baby.

ASOS Curve gingham tapered trousers, £38



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It’s a true thing that investing in a pair of on-trend jeansJeans are trousers typically made from denim or dungaree cloth. Often the term “jeans” refers to a particular style of pants, called “blue jeans,” which were invented by Jacob Davis in 1871[1] and patented by Davis and Levi Strauss on May 20, 1873. Originally designed for cowboys and miners, jeans became popular in the 1950s among teenagers, especially members of the greaser subculture. can feel like a major move for your style. But now is the hour to step outside of your trusty skinnies and bring the party to your trews. No need to panic, though – this wavy flared-hem pair will help you ascend to casual-cool greatness. Here’s how to style ’em three diff ways…

Styling by Rebecca Goldsworthy

Dress to impress
If you’ve bought a cute spring dressA dress (also known as a frock or a gown) is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice (or a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment). a little ahead of the right weather (guilty), these dream jeans mean that the wait to wear your fancy florals is so over. Layer your two new faves and finish with a pair of white sneaks. Perfect for that premature BBQ you’ve been invited to.

Double up
To tap into a duo of denim that Bella Hadid would be proud of, style your bold blues with a matchy matchy corset. Then, add in an open silk shirt, chunky sandals and a clashing clutch. That’s this weekend’s brunch-to-bar look, sorted.

Blazin’ squad
Congrats! You’ve just discovered a slammin’ outfit to boss your next dress-down Friday in. It goes something like this: a printed polo shirt tucked into – you guessed it – the fresh ruffled denim jeans in question. Don’t forget to belt those babies before throwing in your strongest blazer and a pair of loafers. Too good.



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Time to do your best Beetlejuice impression cos stripes – big, bold and oh-so-beautiful – are where it’s at for SS17. Monochromatic and about as major as it gets, all-striped everything is the summer memo that’s already running rampant on the streets. Need proof? Look no further…

Seen at
You have Nina Ricci to thank for your sudden inclination to deck yourself out in black and white from head to toe. Undoubtedly the stripiest show of the season, the brand’s SS17 collection was a veritable feast of Beetlejuice-esque brilliance. The styling memo? Go full throttle and extend the stripe invite to your accessories.

Seen on
Who? Brazilian blogger Helena Bordon. Where? Paris FashionFashion is a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body piercing, or furniture. Fashion is a distinctive and often habitual trend in the style in which a person dresses. It is the prevailing styles in behaviour and the newest creations of textile designers. Week. Wearing? Seriously cool striped trousers, teamed with a crisp shirt and contrasting pink jumper. Follow suit and soften your bold-as bottom half by reaching for some candyfloss sweetness, preferably in the form of an off-duty sweat. You = the coolest.

Try it on
These slinky formal-but-not-really trews make for a statement ‘fit when teamed with a matching shirt. Double up for max impact or switch out your shirt for a fresh white tee and denim jacket for an AM-appropes look.

Gestuz stripe trousers, £125



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By now, your SS17 wardrobe is probably looking pretty mint (A+ for effort), but to take it to those Insta-dreamy levels, you’ll need those outfit plus-ones to seal the deal (cos y’know, detail shots). Here’s five trending new-season accessories to bag now, and the #AsSeenOnMe stars creating the crush…

Space cadet
That moon boots thing going on at the mo? Yep, going nowhere for SS17, but you’ll be trading up the futuristic footwear for cutesy sandal alts that are big news for your big nights out. Vibe: Studio 54 in its heyday.

That’s so-70s shades
Tinted shades may feel very Elton John, but we assure you, they’re back in a big way (and have had the nod of approval from Bella Hadid + the entire bloggersphere). Keep the retro vibe going with a band tee, but finish with a fresh denim mini and white sneaks for the perfect weekend get-up.

Bling (ear)ring
In case you haven’t noticed, ear bling has gone seriously XXL for SS17 and we couldn’t be more pleased. So right for dressing up for your fancy RSVPs or bringing the drama to your weekend looks – remember, bigger is better.

Beaut basket
Forget the backpack. A little bit Red Riding Hood, a lot Jane Birkin, the way to carry your stuff this season is picnic-style – aka in a woven/straw bag. It’s the ideal way to add some texture to your outfit – make sure to match with oh-so-pretty prints and jersey pieces.

Tell me about it, stud
No cowgirl vibes here. The studded belt is back – but this time it’s all about the 80s, baby. Fit it into your everyday wardrobeA wardrobe is a standing closet used for storing clothes. Many people[who?] argue that wardrobes are different in use and style of closets, but they were created by the French to be used as a closet. The earliest wardrobe was a chest, and it was not until some degree of luxury was attained in regal palaces and the castles of powerful nobles that separate accommodation was provided for the apparel of the great. The name of wardrobe was then given to a room in which the wall-space was filled with closets and lockers, the drawer being a comparatively modern invention[citation needed]. From these cupboards and lockers the modern wardrobe, with its hanging spaces, sliding shelves and drawers, evolved slowly. by pairing with a mini, jersey logo tee, plus a cutesy cropped jacket.



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Easter means your iCal’s looking pretty chocca – RN, plans include consuming immeasurable amounts of chocolate and yep, that first wedding of the year. Take inspo from Mad Men beauty Kiernan Shipka, bringing you flowers in the form one of dynamite spring dressA dress (also known as a frock or a gown) is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice (or a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment)..

Kiernan does florals for spring in the most groundbreaking way possible, with oh-so-pretty rainbow appliqué travelling all the way down her dress – from the dainty spaghetti straps to the daisy-heavy hemline. Keep all eyes on the floaty number by keeping accessories to a minimum: bar a pair of dreamy copper heels, ofc. In case of evening chills, chuck over a boxy double-breasted blazerA blazer is a type of jacket resembling a suit jacket, but cut more casually. A blazer is generally distinguished from a sportcoat as a more formal garment and tailored from solid color fabrics. Blazers often have naval-style metal buttons to reflect their origins as jackets worn by boating club members. (back in a big way for SS17).



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In a not-too-distant future, your shirt can be made of cow manure, your shoes of grape leather, and the color on your jeansJeans are trousers typically made from denim or dungaree cloth. Often the term “jeans” refers to a particular style of pants, called “blue jeans,” which were invented by Jacob Davis in 1871[1] and patented by Davis and Levi Strauss on May 20, 1873. Originally designed for cowboys and miners, jeans became popular in the 1950s among teenagers, especially members of the greaser subculture. could come from the color of an older pair. And instead of oil, our nylon clothes could be produced with solar energy, and the garments you choose to recycle could be sewn with one digital thread that reveals their “ingredient list,” making sure that every last string can be re-used.

For the second year in a row, an expert panel (handpicked by the non-profit H&M Foundation) has selected the top five innovations from a pool of nearly 2,900, to split a one million euro grant. However, it’s not going to be an equal split, which is why the foundation wants your help to decide which innovations get most of it.
“In this second round of the Global Change Award, we received 2,885 innovative ideas from 130 countries, which is even more than last year. Cross-border challenges call for a cross-border approach. I am convinced that by bringing people from different industries with different backgrounds and perspectives together, we can make a fundamental shift in the fashion industry to protect both people and the planet,” says Karl-Johan Persson, board member of H&M Foundation and CEO of the H&M group.

Keep swiping (or scrolling) to find out more about the winning innovations, and head to globalchangeaward.com to vote for your favorite.

…to haute couture! By extracting and using the valuable cellulose in cow manure, this innovation could make it possible to create a biodegradable textile from, well, bull shit.

Recycled denim is already a great asset to the fashion industry. This innovation finds even more use for the fabric. By breaking down old denim into fine particles, it could be used as a coloring powder to dye new denim, or to make prints on other textiles.

Instead of using oil, this innovation suggests that we use solar power, plant waste and water to create decomposable nylon. And if this isn’t enough, the nylon also binds greenhouse gases into the material, contributing to a zero-emissions world.

By weaving a tiny RFID thread with a digitalized “ingredients list” into the garment, the recycling process will become much more efficient and less will go to waste, as it’s suddenly clear what materials the garment consists of.

Using leftovers from wine production to produce fine vegetal leather is good news for animal welfare and eliminates the need for oil when making synthetic leather. The fact that the grape skins and stalks are used for something good, instead of combustion, is an extra plus.

The online vote is open from March 27 to April 2. The Global Change Award Ceremony takes place in Stockholm on April 5, where the allocation of the 1,000,000 euros will be made public. Read more and vote here.



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