It’s that time of year again. The stags are a distant memory (if a memory at all), the several modes of travel and overpriced hotel suites are booked and you’re gradually coming to terms with how broke everyone’s weddings are leaving you. All that remains to be decided is what you’ll wear on the big
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We’ve all heard the term bandied about. And most of us have read its verbose definition: “a certain nonchalance, so as to conceal all art and make whatever one does or says appear to be without effort and almost without any thought about it.” Some of us might even know that sprezzatura was coined by
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What started as a few candid snaps has been blown up into a million-dollar business. Street style, the modern-day phenomenon that sees us dissect what fashion shows’ attendees are wearing as much as what the models on the runway are, has come a long way from a small group of bloggers surreptitiously snapping on the
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