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Marks & Spencer Sees New Growth In Sales For The First Time In Four Years

For the first time in four years, Marks & Spencer clothing sales has had a relief from the bad luck (or should I say bad marketing campaign) that dragged it before. When Marc Bolland took over the role as M&S CEO back in 2010 he did not anticipate the economic backlash on the company and how customers responded; however, he was vindicated with this week’s sales outcome, albeit small, the key areas such as homewares and clothing performed very well.…

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If you want to see glamour in the streets, then here’s a glimpse of Tatiana Pujol.…

Subtle Yellow

Here is something cool from the fashionista Emma Hill.

She always has great fashion sense. Love the combination of this yellow jumper and red printed skirt. Emma has a real love for fashion and styling and it’s clear from this fancy look. The shoes,…

Red Hotness In Summer

Who says you can’t flaunt your looks if you’re a bit curvy. Get some inspiration from CurEnvy Sandee.

So all you curvy ladies, stop worrying about how you look and start dressing chic. Here Sandee has paired Gingham top with this red skirt makes…

Lively Blue For A Lovely Sunny Day

Summers are going to be hot and so should you. Why not make the most out of this season by adopting the hottest trends and flaunt your good looks? See how Joann Doan has done it.

Flower prints are going to be in the…

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Dakota Johnson Reaches for the Bleach! Why Her Post–50 Shades Dye Job Is Right for Summer

After spending the summer preserving alter ego Anastasia Steele’s alabaster complexion and shooting the 50 Shades sequels in Paris wearing long brunette extensions, Dakota Johnson is back in Los Angeles—with a sunny new dye job to match. As soon as production wrapped, the actress celebrated with a shoulder-grazing chop that requires little more than a bit of air-dried texture to hit the sweet spot between laissez-faire cool and structured polish. Now lightened to a surfer blonde with the help of thick honey panels, Johnson’s reimagined hair color warms up her creamy skin—and promises to look that much better with a healthy, sun-kissed glow.  

The post Dakota Johnson Reaches for the Bleach! Why Her Post–50 Shades Dye Job Is Right for Summer appeared first on Vogue.

That’s Ms. POTUS. Model Rosemary McGrotha on Playing President in Donna Karan’s Prescient 1992 Campaign

This week, Hillary Clinton will become her party’s nominee for President of the United States of America, more than two decades after Donna Karan launched her famous, and indelible “In Women We Trust” campaign. Photographed by Peter Lindbergh, the ads featured Rosemary McGrotha, a blue-eyed Floridian and sometime Vogue cover girl, being sworn in, surrounded by security, in an “Oval” office. As Hillary Clinton vies to make real what Karan imagined, we talked to McGrotha about playing Madame President and power dressing. How did you come to work with Donna Karan? I think she picked me. We just hit it off. She used me at Anne Klein when she was [there], and we just continued. I worked with her forever. We clicked, I guess. For a while that’s all I did, and we were like a little family. What do you think she saw in you? You know, you’d have to ask her that, but they used to say that I was like her alter ego. I just read Donna’s book not that long ago, and she said if she could look like anybody, she would look like me—which was a huge compliment. I think she liked that I had a woman’s body. I didn’t have your atypical model body. I wasn’t extremely thin; I was busty and curvy, and I think that’s what she liked about me, and she kind of identified with me having a woman’s body instead of a cookie-cutter kind of very thin model body. Were you given a role to play for the “In Women We Trust” campaign? They never gave me instructions. The minute you get dressed like that it’s just sort of role-playing. You get dressed, you see the Secret Service men around you—they would take it the whole nine yards, everything from a private jet, living the whole life—so [it was] very easy to get into character, but no they didn’t direct me. I was saying: “Rosemary for President!” when I was shooting it; I definitely wasn’t thinking of Hillary, I can tell you that. I was surprised to read that the ad agency’s rep said of the campaign: “It’s generic politics. We’re not saying it’s presidential.” Oh, yes it was [presidential]! They had that idea in their head—I’m sure Donna did. She was all about power and women and that kind of thing. Everything is sort of conducive to [it being presidential], the set is like that. You get it right away. And then the swearing in on the Bible. It definitely was. Donna was really on that presidential thing. I think she would have liked to see a woman be president, and she would still like that. I know she was very close with Bill Clinton, because she dressed him, and I think he was a good president. What are your thoughts on power dressing? I didn’t power dress in real life, no, but I will say this, the minute you put on those clothes, you felt empowered, if that makes sense. It’s just like when you dress in uniform, I’m sure you feel like you’re ready for duty. Those clothes were really designed for women empowerment. They were constructed, but they were comfortable. And once you’d get on the whole gear, you’d feel empowered. I like to dress nice, but I’m a jeans person. How did you get into modeling? I don’t have any exciting story to tell you about that. I left home; I just wanted to see what was out there in the world. Actually someone from my hometown walked up to me and said: “Do you know you could be a model and you can make a million dollars?” Growing up, I remember looking at pictures of Karen Graham in Estée Lauder, and I loved makeup, just loved it, and I would try to do my makeup like the fashion magazines. I think I just gravitated toward it, but I didn’t really have the easiest time starting out modeling. I went to New York and a lot of people told me I looked too European—I don’t think I did at all, but . . . . Then I went to Europe and really got my start there; there were two or three major photographers, Helmut Newton, Gilles Bensimon, and Denis Piel, who kind of took me under their wing, and when I came back to the U.S. everybody wanted to work with me. Those three I worked with consistently, and each one of them had three different styles [that were] totally unique. I think that was part of my success—I could go natural or very sophisticated.      

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