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ASDA: Leading The Fash Pack?

Asda is fast becoming known as a fashion innovator, rather than a purveyor of frozen peas, and their latest products look set to drive that image. Capitalising on our slightly thicker post-Christmas waistlines, George at Asda has launched a 50s-inspired dress and skirt with ‘corsetry’ built in, costing just £25 and £16 respectively. The clothes

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Cirkle  •  12th Jan 10

Will Real Men Wear Tights?

Apparently, the latest fashion must-have for the man about town is a pair of tights. Yes, you heard me…tights. Apparently demand for ‘Mantyhose’ has risen so much that one of our top London stores has started stocking them. Whilst I am sure this is more PR stunt than reality, I think it’s brilliant that someone

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Cirkle  •  24th Sep 09

Countdown Queen Rachel Riley Boosts Ratings

It may have a cult following, but 25-year-old Channel 4 show Countdown can hardly be viewed as particularly relevant to 2009. But over the last couple of days there’s been a surge of interest in the long-running quiz programme in the press. And it’s not been due to conundrums or number puzzles. For the last

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Is shoe shopping bad for your health?

It doesn’t take an increase in media coverage to get me interested in shoes, but this Monday morning was a real treat, with the ‘Miss KG Goldie’ heel splashed all over the news. Featuring a celeb-worthy 6 inch heel and a shiny gold platform, these glittery beauties have hit the press because they are the

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Cirkle  •  8th Sep 09

Am I A Beardist?

Being a member of the fairer sex I don’t often ponder about facial hair. But prompted by September’s Tacheback charity campaign, which Cirkle’s being working on for Remington, I’ve recently noticed a resurgence of cool beardy bands – Fleet Foxes, Kings of Leon (pictured) – and I find myself wondering what facial furniture says about

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Cirkle  •  20th Aug 09

H&M continue to drive footfall into stores

You have to give them credit. H&M know women and how to tempt them into their stores to spend lots of cash! In the past they have collaborated with Stella McCartney, Matthew Williamson, Roberto Cavalli, Viktor & Rolf – even Kylie Minogue and Madonna – but now H&M have secured perhaps the most exciting High

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Cirkle  •  17th Jun 09