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It's the first ever episode of Telegraph Fashion Unzipped -- all the fashion desk chat, none of the deadlines.
Emily Cronin, Bethan Holt, Charlie Gowans-Eglinton and Lisa Armstrong dive into The Fashion Awards, discussing the night's best-dressed guests, why the world needs more sequins right now, and what we can learn from Stella McCartney, Adwoa Aboah, Virgil Abloh and more of the night's big winners.
Today on Fashion Unzipped, we're getting ready for the office Christmas party. Emily Cronin, Bethan Holt, Marianne Jones and Sonia Haria share the fashion items that get us into the party mindset - and what we've learned about why you should never attempt a smokey eye in the office loos.
Plus, find out what we're looking forward to from the Golden Globes (spoiler: the red carpet), which Victoria's Secret model might be taking a stand by hanging up her wings and why we'd opt for Birkins over Bitcoins.
Pop open a bottle of prosecco with the Telegraph fashion team as we look back at the year's style hits and misses. Plus, find out why we're smiling about Christy Turlington's lines, how luxury brands have made 2017 the year that fur finally fell out of fashion, and what kinds of messages we're sending with our colour-coded wardrobes. Listen in for all that and what we're excited about this week.
Happy New Year from the Telegraph fashion team. Join us as we survey style highlights in the year ahead. We'll talk about why the Golden Globes red carpet is about to turn black, what Meghan Markle can teach us about the joy of bling, and which films and TV shows are bound to have the most jaw-dropping costumes. Plus, what we're excited about this week.
Not so long ago, any 20-something who showed up at work in the same outfit as her 40-something boss might find it hard to resist a twinge of mortification. That's changing with the rise of age-fluid fashion, AKA the phenomenon that sees everyone on the Telegraph Fashion team wearing the same midi-dresses, skirts and jumpers. Plus, we'll analyse the Golden Globes red carpet, talk about why Princess Charlotte is a style icon for the nursery set and try to figure out why Brits spend more on clothes than the French.
Join the Telegraph fashion team to hear how JOMO (that's joy of missing out) dressing can help you style out the most depressing month of the year. Also in this episode, there's bad news for the Queen's lingerie supplier -- and Melania Trump, it's been a year. Plus, what do the sexual misconduct allegations against photographers Bruce Weber and Mario Testino tell us about the state of model rights today?
Ashley Graham is a phenom: a curvy supermodel, body activist, author, designer and all-around wonder woman. In a special preview of this Sunday's Stella Magazine, Graham talks size, sex appeal and how to beat the haters on Instagram (read the full story in Stella, free with the Sunday Telegraph).
Plus, our reactions to the big Céline news, Lisa Armstrong's take on the Paris couture shows, and what we're excited about this week.
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As soon as we heard about Phantom Thread, director Paul Thomas Anderson's film about an obsessive midcentury London couturier, we knew we'd have to see it as soon as possible. So how does it stack up? Join Emily Cronin, Lisa Armstrong, Bethan Holt and Sonia Haria to hear all about the couture, the crazy and Daniel Day Lewis's excellent socks. Plus, why the Duchess of Cambridge's tour wardrobe matters (humour us), what we're ticking off our to-do lists before show season and why February is the ideal time to really commit to your 2018 beauty resolutions. (January: just too dire!) Visit http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion for more from the Telegraph fashion team.
How old do you have to be to truly understand your personal style? Birthday girl Charlie Gowans-Eglinton joins Emily Cronin and Bethan Holt to guide us through style milestones and how to make sure your wardrobe evolves along with you.
But first, we talk about the newest childrenswear influencer (hello, baby Scott-Jenner!), how #MeToo might affect the upcoming month of fashion shows, and whether we're witnessing (shudder) the end of shopping. Plus, what we're excited about this week. E-mail feedback and fashion questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and visit telegraph.co.uk/fashion for more on these and other stories.
And we're off! New York Fashion Week is well underway, the London shows are about to start - what's a fashion gal to do? Talk to Victoria Beckham, that's what. Bethan Holt met the fashion designer for an exclusive interview backstage at her autumn-winter 2018 show in New York. In the interview, Beckham talks about her newfound appreciation for leopard print, why she's always eager for Harper's feedback and what girl power looks like in 2018. Read the full show report here: http://bit.ly/2BshMGp
Also in our tenth episode, Emily Cronin, Lisa Armstrong and Charlie Gowans-Eglinton talk about whether 'cool' is the enemy of style, how fashion editors get ready for the shows and what we're looking forward to in London. (For Lisa, it's an evening at Buckingham Palace; Emily is excited about a fashion party at a Five Guys.) Visit telegraph.co.uk/fashion-unzipped-podcast/ for more on these and other stories, and email questions and feedback to email@example.com.