After giving away two tickets to London Fashion Weekend, the UK’s biggest pop-up shopping event, magazine.co.uk popped down to check it out for ourselves. Ladies, let us be the first to tell you that the Autumn/Winter 2015 styles look amazing, so fireproof your credit cards and make space in your wardrobes...
There is something so satisfying about receiving our favourite magazines in the post every month. It's a little reminder that lands in your palm and says "hey, it's okay, grab a cuppa and enjoy us". Big fashion seasons, festive issues and summer style can determine the content of each issue but March issues (on shelf in February) are up for grabs today.
We have rounded up a couple of standout features from each issue- it's a good'un!
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We love all things London Fashion Week. We’re looking forward to the collections, the street style, the who’s who of the front row and those catwalk blunders we’ll be watching over and over on YouTube in the coming weeks. To celebrate, we decided to take a light-hearted look at the weird, wonderful and puzzling events of fashion week. From walking in heels all day to hair that can withstand excess amounts of wind…welcome to LFW 2015.
This year’s Valentine’s Day doesn’t just mean the arrival of 2015’s big movie, 50 Shades of Grey. It means it’s time to be over-the-top romantic, extremely cheesy and overly generous. Treat each other to something a little sweet as recommended by some of our favourite magazine titles and don’t forget to head over to our Facebook page to enter our competition to win a dinner for two!
HELLO! – Personalised Wordsearch, Clivesefton, £POA
Prepare yourselves. Today is the release of the eagerly awaited movie of the year…Shaun the Sheep the Movie! Remember this fellow from Aardman’s Wallace and Gromit series? Well Shaun is just as mischievous in his movie. Having spent most of his time working on Mossy Bottom Farm with his flock, Shaun the Sheep recently concocted a cunning plan to have a day off with his pals. However, the plan soon spiralled out of control.