We love… six fashion fixes for the week ahead – in pictures

Rainbow collections Kitty Joseph’s joyful Prism collection is semi-bespoke. It’s made to order to reduce waste. The asymmetric gown uses 5m of pleated velvet, printed in a reimagined colour spectrum. From £165 for a Prism top, kittyjoseph.com Pinterest Brass cufflinks Finish your look with tiered cufflinks turned from a solid bar of brass. Alice Made This pieces are created in a factory that specialises in aerospace part production. Also available in steel and rose gold finish. £95, alicemadethis.com Facebook Twitter Pinterest Kinder fashion British brand Smith Webb’s mission statement is:…

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Repast lives: a history of food photography – in pictures

In this taster from her new book Feast for the Eyes, curator and writer Susan Bright brings into focus the rich history of food in pictures. From Man Ray to Cindy Sherman and Martin Parr, it is an artful exploration of how the edible vastly exceeds the simple things we put on our plates. Anna Wilkins Friday 8 September 2017 11.42 BSTLast modified on Friday 8 September 2017 18.24 BST Nickolas Muray, Lemonade and Fruit Salad, McCall’s magazine, ca. 1943; from Feast for the Eyes (Aperture, 2017). Photograph: Nickolas Muray/Aperture.org FacebookTwitterPinterest Nobuyoshi Araki, Colourscapes,…

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IN PICTURES: Fashion dominates Durban July

A woman presents a creation of a local designer during a fashion show at the 2017 edition of the Durban July horse race in Durban, on July 1, 2017. Photo: RAJESH JANTILAL / AFP A woman presents a creation of a local designer during a fashion show at the 2017 edition of the Durban July horse race in Durban, on July 1, 2017. Photo: RAJESH JANTILAL / AFP A woman stands as members of the public and models present creations by local designers during a fashion show at the 2017…

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Finally! A good reason to take pictures of your food

Tracking what you eat can be a tedious practice. Food-tracking apps like MyFitnessPal and Lose It have made it slightly more enjoyable by allowing users to scan food bar codes using their smartphones, but it’s still a slow process. A new feature from Lose It may change this and actually make food tracking more enjoyable. The feature, called Snap It, lets you take a picture to log your food, rather than having to scan a bar code. Lose It describes it as the first-ever food-photo tracking and analysis feature on…

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Balochistan woman exposes Pakistan, tweets heart-rending pictures of Baloch youths dead bodies

New Delhi: Ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for action against Pakistan for its atrocities against the locals in Balochistan, many voices have come forward and spoken against Islamabad. Banuk Shirin, claiming to a be a Baloch woman, tweeted heart-rending pictures ofPakistan Army’s brutal killings. While posting the pictures on her twitter account, she accused the Pakistani forces of abducting the Baloch youths and then killing them. Shirin slammed Islamabad for promoting terrorism, saying world is with Balochistan’s call for freedom. Last week, Balochistan’s representative at UNHRC accused Pakistan of…

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