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Look 14-May-2018

Every week, LOOK is packed with the latest high-street fashion, insider tips and styling advice, as well as the hottest beauty news and products. In addition, there are up-to-the minute celebrity news, in-depth interviews and must-read features on a range of subjects from the UK and abroad.

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Violeta by Mango, £49.99 ‘Perfect white shirt + jeans fodder, available in sizes 3-8.’ Self-Portrait, £300 ‘Shop Meghan’s cover look, back in stock this week. That’s the royal wedding outfit sorted…’ Zara, £19.99 ‘Chic enough to look designer, cheap enough to consider buying a back-up pair. Gift yourself (then party like it’s £19.99).’ Soleil de La Mer Lip & Cheek Glow, £45 ‘La Mer’s lip balm was my first luxe beauty buy, way back when I bagged my first job – so this new multitasking tint has got me very giddy indeed. A real treat, yes, but wow it’s worth it.’ A new season calls for a brand-spanking new look, so say hello to the smarter, shinier destination that is Look 2.0 – packed with the very best…

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we love

There’s something the world’s most stylish women don’t want you to know, the secret to making any outfit look relevant. Statement earrings have the power to overhaul any ensemble, and Anthropologie’s tortoiseshell style offers a glossier alternative to last season’s tassel. Wear with everything from a white tee and jeans to a floral maxi dress. EARRINGS, £44, ANTHROPOLOGIE RUNNING CIRCLES Bag, £99.50, Oliver Bonas LOVE NOTES Cartier La Panthère EDT, £73 for 50ml ‘The floral gardenia and warm musk helps me to feel chic even on days I feel really blah. Plus the bottle is gorgeous.’@gemmastyles Look Influencer PRETTY PLEATS Skirt, £49.99, TK Maxx SPOT ON Top, £28, Miss Selfridge ‘Blouses are my fast-track to looking chic with minimal effort, and I’ve found my…

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meghan the next five years

In a matter of days (EEK!) Meghan Markle will walk down the aisle of St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle, as she prepares to marry His Royal Highness Prince Harry. But while we wait to see the fine details of the big day (mainly The Dress), attention has started to turn to what will happen after they wed. What will she spend her days doing and will she have a chance to really pursue the causes close to her heart? Because everything is set to change after 19 May. Then there’s the matter of children, which – according to Harry – will hopefully come in ‘the near future’.When Meghan and Harry are married, it’s expected The Queen will gift her grandson the title Duke of…

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‘meghan’s more than just a wife’

You have been friends a few years now – have you ever seen Meghan happier? Ever since I have known her, she has always had such a positive outlook on life, always had that infectious smile. But since she met Prince Harry I think that smile has got even wider. You have been quite outspoken about the fact she should be considered more than “Prince Harry’s wife…” Look, I get it’s a big deal that she’s marrying into the royal family. It’s more about when she’s on the front of a magazine and the tagline is Prince Harry’s fiancée. I mean, come on, she’s an actor, an activist, a philanthropist. I’m just saying let’s recognise her for the incredible female she is in her own right. She is…

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the hot spot

GOOGLE MAPS #METOO With the #MeToo movement rising, Google has created an interactive visualisation of search trends surrounding the term. The timeline dates back to October and features an axis on which countries searched #MeToo the most. Glide your cursor along it, and the axis will light up to illustrate. Mighty empowering. £15, Figleaves £22, Marks & Spencer BRALETTE BOOM Recent Figleaves research shows that bralettes are now more searched for than classic bras, which has led to the brand extending its soft-cup offerings. M&S is also at it, so you know it’s a thing. PINEAPPLE PANDEMONIUM It’s official: the (ever so slightly showy) pineapple is Britain’s fastest-selling food (of the fruit ’n’ veg variety) with Tesco sales rising 14 per cent since…

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1 be. nice

In a world of high-pressure, high-pace journalism where cruel clickbait is king, it can be only too easy to fall into the ‘trolling’ trap – but here at Look we’re saying enough is enough.We will refuse to pander to the adage that ‘negativity sells’ – instead we hope to prove that kindness is queen.We will turn our backs on those brands making a business out of low self-esteem – and yes, that includes headlines that proclaim: ‘Too fat! Too thin! Too everything in-between!’. Be it Twitter trolls or cruel comments that bait readers into reacting, Look is on a mission and we’re asking for your help to spread the message too, using the #BeNice hashtag. Like what you read? Tell us. Don’t like a headline? Call us out.…