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Marie Claire launches Marie Claire Edit shopping platform, bringing to life the influential women behind the fashion

Marie Claire UK, the premium fashion and beauty magazine brand published by TI Media, has launched a unique, first-in-class online fashion aggregator platform: Marie Claire Edit. Designed and built in house within TI Media, Marie Claire Edit brings to life the influential women behind Marie Claire fashion whilst providing brands with new native and social...
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Topshop announces gender-neutral changing rooms

Topshop has announced it will no longer feature separate cubicles for men and women after pressure from transgender customers. The move comes after a transgender customer claims they were refused access to female cubicles. Travis Alabanza took to Twitter after being denied access to the female changing room to try a dress on in a...
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Join our ‘coat walk’ ǀ Find your perfect winter warmer

October is here and so too is the time of year when it’s no longer acceptable (or possible) to embrace the outside in just a jacket. With rainy and breezy days and chilly nights to contend with, we need a coat that will not only provide warmth and keep us dry, but will also look...
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Dress to impress this Autumn

The summer days are already disappearing, and the nights are slowly getting longer. Yes, it’s nearly autumn and with it, it brings those annoying conundrums of dressing for the cold outside and the warmth of the office, and vice versa. There are also so many new trends popping up on the high street and catwalks...
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Should fashion be genderless?

The androgynous style has been around for a while, with many catwalk shows and high street stores such as Topshop featuring clothes fit for either gender. Indeed, this style is nothing new – since the 60s, many celebrities (think David Bowie and Mick Jagger) have pushed the boundaries of ‘gender strict’ clothes. In recent years,...
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Topshop scraps its ultra skinny mannequins, after shopper complains

Topshop announced they will not be placing further orders for shockingly skinny dummies after Laura Berry, 25, a customer service assistant from Stroud, took a photograph of a dummy in Topshops Bristol branch and posted it on the stores Facebook page, asking bosses to take responsibility for the ‘‘impression you have on women and young...
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