Her career has gone from strength to strength since she made her on-screen debut in E4 drama Skins. And Kaya Scodelario looked nothing short of sensational as she stepped out for the Christopher Kane at Hawley Wharf show for London Fashion Week on Monday. The Wuthering Heights star, 27, looked radiant in a white shimmering dress with short, puffed sleeves and a pleated finish. Style: Kaya Scodelario, 27, looked nothing short of sensational as she stepped out for the Christopher Kane at Hawley Wharf show for London Fashion Week on Monday Kaya added height to her frame with a pair of black heels which also featured a diamond patterned embellishment. The film star styled her brunette locks into loose waves for the event and completed her look with a black handbag. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next IT'S FRIDAY FILM: Gerard Butler is back with a bang playing... Spider-Man: Far From Home tops the box office again with... Mad Men's January Jones shows her … [Read more...] about Kaya Scodelario looks radiant in white ruffled minidress and black heels as she attends Christopher Kane show during London Fashion Week
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At 6ft tall with a 49in chest and 44in waist, Raul Samuel had always struggled to find stylish clothes that fitted him. In May 2017, he was looking online to try to find someone who looked like him and “wore clothes well”, so he could find out where they shopped.‘plus-size’ males and came across an article about an agency looking for models,” he said. Samuels went for a meeting at Bridge – which describes itself as a “curve” agency – and within two weeks he was featured in an advertising campaign for the brand BoohooMAN. “It just took off,” he said. “My face was all over the [London] Underground.”women’s curve market has become really well established in recent years,” said a spokesperson for the major international agency IMG. “We feel the men’s market will follow suit.” The agency is looking for more men to join its “Brawn” division, which currently has three … [Read more...] about Plus-size male models fill increasing gap in fashion industry niche
Buried beneath the recent hoo-ha surrounding comedian The Fat Jew (AKA Josh Ostrovsky) and his alleged joke plagiarism was news that Ostrovsky would now be venturing into fashion. More than 5.2 million people follow his Instagram account, a mix of comedy animals and celebrity pictures with ironic captions, and he’s arguably one of the most powerful people on the photo-sharing site. Fashion didn’t seem like a likely next move. Yet, Otrovsky has just signed to model agency One Management, and next month – during New York fashion week – he will show a collection called The Dad Fashion Show. It’s thought that the collection will be modelled by and geared towards “dads” – ie men of all ages, and sizes. As he puts it: “I just want to inspire people of my size and my gender to be comfortable in their own skin because it’s OK to have a mediocre body and very, very high cholesterol, as long as you look great doing it.” Up until … [Read more...] about Where are all the plus-size male models?
In recent years, it has become mainstream for women (and often men) to wear multiple ear piercings – and not just in their lobes. Helix (the upper ear), daith (the knobbly bit, halfway up), tragus (between the daith and lobe), conch (the ear’s recess) piercings and many more, can now be seen on bank managers, executives, stay-at-home parents and even one vicar I met recently. As the owner of six (and counting) ear piercings myself, I’m all for it; but they must be done properly to be a pleasure. I feel strongly about piercing guns, in so far as I loathe them, utterly. In my considerable experience of hearing readers ask how to treat skin allergies caused by nickel or piercings, I’ve found that the sticky, icky, sore and oozy-eared have almost always been pierced with a gun. I advise people to remove the earrings, allow holes to close, then to visit not a jeweller’s or fashion store – but a proper piercing shop, full of heavily pierced experts who are … [Read more...] about The best problem-free piercings
‘Fury as academic tells BBC’s Radio 4 programme that Manchester, Leeds and York are not in the north.” “John Humphrys interrogates Rupert Everett about being gay – then asks when it’ll be irrelevant.” “Criticising Rwanda for sponsoring Arsenal shirts is shortsighted and insulting.” Headlines from London’s Evening Standard, the New Statesman and the Independent. And the connection? Radio 4’s Today programme. What is it about Today? Why does everyone get so riled up about it? Type #r4today into Twitter of a morning, and see the vitriol. Talk to BBC insiders and they launch into a rant. Everyone has an opinion about Today. As Radio 4’s early morning current affairs show, the flagship news outlet that strikes terror into politicians’ hearts even as they clamour to appear on it, the Today programme has been a fixture of British daily life since 1957, when it began as two 20-minute segments of “topical … [Read more...] about Trouble at the Today programme: is it losing its grip?