February, despite being super cold, is always special thanks to slightly longer days that offer the promise of spring. This year it’s extra special thanks to that all important leap year day for us to do something unexpected. If proposing to your other half isn’t on the cards you can always use the extra day to re-work his wardrobe with some of our top picks – check out our menswear editor’s feature on award-winning suits in honour of award season – or work on your new spring look with our feature, The Power List, highlighting 10 incredible investment pieces. And, whether you celebrate Valentine’s Day or not we have date night sorted with inspirational food ideas, beauty guides and top fashion picks as well as the most luscious lingerie – perfect for dropping some serious hints to him or just treating yourself. Because treating yourself is what surviving winter is all about!
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.
Previously the fashion editor for Wallpaper* magazine, for the past few years Brodie has been an independent fashion stylist working for publications including Elle, Tatler and Sunday Times Style. Brodie now lends her styling expertise to Style & Living.
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.
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.
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.