The Best of Guardian Fashion
10+ most popular Guardian Fashion articles, as voted by our community.
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Guardian Fashion on Beauty
'Sheet masks are the new plastic straws'
For a long time beauty routines only seemed to get more elaborate. But thanks to environmental concerns – as well as questions about the effectiveness of layering products - some corners of the…
‘You look like an Agatha Christie villain!’ The moustache is back
After years of beards, beards and more beards, the moustache is having a moment. But do you have to be Mark Owen or Henry Cavill to carry one off? I put it to the test
Guardian Fashion on Diversity
Gucci hires diversity chief after criticism over insensitive designs
Garments from Italian fashion house have faced objections on racial and religious grounds
Guardian Fashion on Fashion
'Don't feed the monster!' The people who have stopped buying new clothes
A growing movement eschews fast fashion in favour of secondhand clothing. Is this the biggest personal change that can be made for the environment?
Flash the flesh: why dressing sexy is back in fashion
Thigh-high boots, mini skirts … brunch bustiers. It’s time to lose the baggy knits and bare some skin
Guardian Fashion on LGBTQIA
Marketing boss quits Victoria's Secret after first trans model hired
Ed Razek, who apologised last year for transphobic remarks, leaves US lingerie brand
Guardian Fashion on Lifestyle
Duchess of Sussex to guest edit September UK Vogue issue
Meghan curated edition about ‘Forces for Change’ focusing on inspiring women
From Bowie to Beyoncé: what the stars can teach us about travelling in style
Mia Farrow opted for a kaftan while Marilyn Monroe went for high heels. What can vintage celebrity fashion tell us about cool, comfortable travel?
Guardian Fashion on Robotics
Do robots dream of Prada? How artificial intelligence is reprogramming fashion
From 3D avatars to wardrobe advisers, artificial intelligence is shaping the way we get dressed. But can there really be an algorithm for style?
Guardian Fashion on Skincare
The four steps for simple morning skincare
It’s back to basics, as the skincare industry has encouraged far too many to do far too much to their skin
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The sudden, uncomfy fall of the biggest pandemic fashion trend
Covid-19 has indeed changed the way we dress, but it’s not all about lounging around in comfy pants: ‘it’s actually for the better’
Feed your moths and hide your trousers: the expert guide to making clothes last forever
Orsola de Castro is a fashion designer who became a re-use revolutionary. Now she has written a book to help people care for their clothes – and the planet
The fast fashion fix: 20 ways to stop buying new clothes for ever
Less than 2% of clothing workers earn a fair wage – while many of us have wardrobes full of unworn outfits. Here’s how to break the cycle
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