The most iconic hairstyles

When Jennifer Aniston debuted Rachel Green’s choppy cut on Friends, we *all* wanted to rush to the hairdressers and copy her – whether it made us look ridiculous or not. At a time when we were more than obsessed

Mechaly talks dressing

Paul & Joe, the so French, so chic label designed by Sophie Mechaly, is turning 20 this month. To celebrate, Sophie is giving us a rare interview and letting us in on her highlights from the last two decades in business

The Marie Claire edit

This week’s best dressed are an international bunch, from Elizabeth Olsen looking gorgeous in a floral number to attend the Captain America: Civil War film screening in New York

Casual looks we love

Although we look forward to seeing the show-stopping gowns stars pick for the red carpet, we also love analysing their casual outfits. Whether they’re out shopping, arriving at the airport or talking a stroll

The Best Fashion Blogs Ever

Did you know that every 0.25 of a second, a fashion blog is launched somewhere in the world? Well, not strictly true (actually, it probably is – we just don’t have the scientific evidence). But it seems like it, non?

Women Actually Want To Wear

Designers like Phoebe Philo and Demna Gvasalia, via the label Vetements and now Balenciaga, have changed the landscape of high fashion by designing clothes that are both forward-thinking and beg to be worn now.

It’s Time To Make High Fashion

The main question that preoccupied the Paris fall shows, which ended this week, was how to make clothes that women will actually want to wear. Nobody asked the question that explicitly

Fashion person woman taking photo

Don’t kid yourself, Jimmy. If a cow ever got the chance, he’d eat you and everyone you care about! Can’t you people take the law into your own hands? I mean, we can’t be policing the entire city! That’s why I love elementary school

The Role of Click to Call

In 2013, Google commissioned Ipsos to conduct a study on their click-to-call buttons that appear directly in search results on mobile devices. Over a 1 week period, the study examined 3000 respondents