In vogue: Spiritual glamour

Spiritual quest is the new Lamborghini. It’s not the new iPhone, swanky car, designer gowns that are being flaunted – spiritual glamour is the latest aspiration for the millennial. The next time you enter the velvet rope, be sure to brush up your knowledge on the world of spirituality, and carry the aura of positivity. It’s ‘in’. A sprinkle of spiritual dust can instantly add the halo and get you all the attention. Meera Katyal, 43, is a new-age spiritualist. She goes to Zorba the Buddha for spiritual healing and meditation classes. “I’ve…

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Samantha Cameron models her debut clothing line in Vogue as she reveals her plans to crack the British fashion industry

Since she exited Downing Street in July, speculation has been rife over what Samantha Cameron will turn her hand to next. And fans now finally have an answer, as the so-called First Lady of Fashion has just unveiled her latest venture, a clothing line, in a stunning shoot in Vogue magazine. Mrs Cameron’s label, named Cefinn, has been kept closely under wraps until now and the debut collection, which will feature 40 pieces, is to be stocked at Net-a-Porter and Selfridges as well as on its eponymous website. +5 Samantha Cameron models a…

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Why Vogue Declared War on Fashion Bloggers

This week, several senior Vogue editors and critics reflected on Milan Fashion Week before heading to Paris, alighting on a general consensus: The collections were fabulous, but the peacocking bloggers and street style maelstrom were unbearable. Paris Fashion Week thus began with a delicious feud between the self-seriousVogue staffers and the “bloggers who change head-to-toe, paid-to-wear outfits every hour” and, according to Sally Singer, Vogue.com’s Creative Digital Director, are “heralding the death of style.” Longtime, top-tier fashion critics and editors have been openly contemptuous of bloggers and influencers for years…

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Angry bloggers stand up for fashion that’s not in Vogue

There is a new generation of young stylish social media stars influencing fashion — and the high priestesses at Vogue are really not happy about it. This season it would appear that pots criticising kettles is the new black, judging by the comments made by four editors on the American Vogue website. In an online discussion reflecting on the highs and lows of Milan Fashion Week, vogue.com staff bemoaned the presence of “pathetic” and “desperate” fashion bloggers, whose own wardrobes were stealing attention from the catwalk shows. They condemned the…

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Vogue editors accused of hypocrisy after declaring war on fashion bloggers

They have ruled the fashion world for generations, but the formidable gatekeepers of Vogue have been branded “jealous, catty and hypocritical” by young fashion bloggers and fans after editors criticised the new breed of social media fashionista. Four Vogue editors have been told to “get back to their Werther’s Originals”, after complaining about the presence of “pathetic” and “desperate” fashion bloggers at Milan fashion week, the Times reported. The senior staff members criticised bloggers for changing their outfits every hour, going as far to suggest that by “trolling up and…

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