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YOUR EDIT OF LIFESTYLE INSPIRATION

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  • Editor’s

    Pick+

    Read & shop

  • BACK TO BUSINESS

     

    Make your office look work harder with our new-season edit

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  • LUXE UP YOUR
    LINGERIE

     

    Go back to basics with simple, beautifully crafted designs

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  • UNIVERSITY
    ESSENTIALS

     

    Everything they need for their new home away from home

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  • GET THE BROWS YOU’VE
    ALWAYS WANTED

     

    All you need to create fuller, super-flattering arches

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  • ENTERTAINING
    MADE EASY

     

    How to wow your guests without the fuss

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28.08.2016

WELCOME…

While we’re all still enjoying the summer holiday feeling that the sunshine’s bringing, there’s no denying the fact that September is looming. With that comes the dreaded ‘back to school’ vibe for both you and your little ones, and preparing in advance is the way forward. For all the latest styles and innovations in school uniform and ways to update your workwear classics, we’re here to help. If you’re still firmly in a summer mentality and planning an extravaganza for the bank holiday, you shouldn’t go any further without checking out our guide to entertaining made easy, with tips and tricks on everything from how to keep the kids happy to DIY cocktails. Finally, if you haven’t read our interview with the fabulous Joan Collins or found out what Vogue’s fashion news editor Julia Hobbs recommends from our latest collection, you’re missing out!

 

Ally Pyle
Digital editor

LATEST NEWS

TWIGGY'S NEW COLLECTION

Twiggy's newest capsule collection is here, with a minimal colour palette perfect to take you from day to night. Focused on figure-flattering tailoring and plenty of the icon's signature Sixties-influenced personal style, the collection borrows from the boys and delivers on-trend silhouettes. Twiggy's favourite piece? The satin shirt dress – it's masculine in style, with a sleek feminine twist.

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Contributors

Maggie Davis
M&S.com Kidswear and Lingerie Editor

Having worked for Time Out, ES Magazine, Vogue and The Observer, Davis is also a kids’ style blogger. As the new kids and lingerie editor for M&S.com, she combines her love of grown-up fashion with her knowledge of childrenswear.

Emma Robertson
M&S.com Beauty
Editor

Emma’s career started when a ‘break-up perm’ inspired her to help women with real-world beauty advice. She’s written for the likes of Glamour, Fabulous and the MailOnline and her desk is always piled high with products she’s testing for you.

David Gandy
Model and
Style Icon

Voted one of GQ’s 10 most stylish men on the planet, a muse of Dolce & Gabbana and a lover of seriously fast cars, we take a spin round the iconic Goodwood racecourse with the M&S model and style icon, in this month’s In The Moment.

Charlene Barton
M&S.com Womenswear Editor

Barton started her career at French Vogue and has since worked for Elle, Topshop, Harper’s Bazaar, Net-a-Porter.com and Matchesfashion.com. Her fashion know-how makes her an invaluable Style & Living team member.

Ian Wright
M&S.com Menswear
Editor

Matched by his knowledge, Ian’s passion for menswear has seen him spend time at Marc Jacobs to Marks & Spencer via Drapers and Asos. A man of substance as well as style, he’s known for his ability to cram in an early-morning workout and still be first at his desk.

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