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Copenhagen Fashion Week looks slightly different this season. The sun is still shining, sure, but with a fashion industry in flux – further compounded by the global pandemic – designers have reexamined their priorities, putting community front and centre. Ganni, in lieu of a catwalk show, presented its SS21 collection via an exhibition in collaboration with creatives from its community, while Holzweiler shot its campaign with activists working across social justice, Black Lives Matter and environmentalism, pledging to donate €30,000 to GLITS, Neighbours In Action and Polluters Out. Most brands, from Baum Und Pferdgarten to Brøgger, embraced a return to smaller salon shows. While we're welcoming this slower pace and human focus, and encourage brands to examine their raison d'être in light of a pandemic and pressing climate crisis, one thing we're glad to see still thriving is street style. Copenhagen has been influencing the rest of the world's personal style for years now but when lockdown days blur into one and loungewear seems to be our only outfit of choice, the flair and fashion seen on the streets of Denmark's capital feels even fresher. Don't donate or stow away your wardrobe just yet, there's a world outside your comfy co-ord – just take a look at the Danes, proving that there's still joy to be found in dressing up. Click through to see 20 looks inspiring our summer wardrobe, fresh from Copenhagen Fashion Week. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Ganni Has Collaborated With Levi's In The Best WayCopenhagen Fashion Week Calls For SustainabilityA Fashion Insider's Guide To Copenhagen
Returning from Spain to the United Kingdom was very strange. Having written in these pages about the idiosyncrasies of the Spanish reaction to the coronavirus, I was reminded that the British are peculiar in their own, distinct way.
I seem to have bypassed the “Greek island” phase of my life. Most people I know went after finishing their A-levels to go and get absolutely bent on Kos or Crete. (Me and four friends were the only students to go to Sousse, Tunisia, for our post-school holiday.) At the age of 32, the nearest I’d got to Greece was Albania in the east and Bulgaria in the west.Turns out, Tinos is a good island to visit as a thirty-something first-timer: mercifully, the adjectives most often attached to it are "laidback", "foodie" and "arty". And after a couple of days bouncing around zippy capital Athens, eating crispy souvlaki and downing freddo cappuccinos in party district Monasteraki before half-heartedly clambering up to the Acropolis in the still-hot September sun, an island on rewind was the pace I needed.
Having Victoria Beckham as your future mother-in-law comes with certain benefits.
Santa Barbara is a picture-perfect coastal city within easy reach of Los Angeles.Temperatures here rarely dip below the mythical Southern Californian “70 degrees” (21 Celsius). The downtown area is small, and easily walkable – which is rare in these parts – and there’s a host of enviable attractions, including surfing, kayaking, wine tasting and whale-watching.
With international travel feasible again as of 10 July, when certain countries were made exempt from mandatory quarantine for travellers entering the UK, it may not be too long before we’re airborne.But, for the foreseeable future, catching a flight is likely to be a very different experience compared to pre-Covid times.
All travellers from Spain to the UK must self-isolate at home for two weeks, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.In addition, the Foreign Office says Spain poses “an unacceptably high risk for British travellers,” and now advises against all non-essential travel to the whole country, including the Balearic and Canary Islands.
One of the key determinants of whether Brits can travel abroad this summer following the global coronavirus pandemic is the Foreign Office travel advice.The FCO keeps individual country pages on its website regularly updated, with all the latest information and warnings about potential risks, such as political unrest, natural disasters and terror attacks.
Oat milk: for coffee snobs, it's the only milk that exists — and for the rest of us, it's a special treat worthy of the extra 80-or-so cents at our local cafe. The trendiest of all the dairy alternatives is so popular, in fact, that it's now infiltrating the ranks of our favourite beauty products — touching everything from hair to skincare formulas with its nourishing embrace. We already swear by colloidal oatmeal as an incredible cure-all for soothing eczema or irritated skin — and, as it not so surprisingly turns out, oat milk has similar calming benefits that any sapped complexions can and will readily drink up. Ahead, find some of the coolest new beauty launches (plus a few OG-sleeper hits) that feature this new secret-ingredient star. From hidden drugstore gems to more luxe fancy-pants spurges, scroll forth into the nine oat-milk-infused goods that (we're calling it) are about to go viral. Refinery29's selection is purely editorial and independently chosen – we only feature items we love! As part of our business model we do work with affiliates; if you directly purchase something from a link on this article, we may earn a small amount of commission. Transparency is important to us at Refinery29, if you have any questions please reach out to us.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Is Expensive Skincare Better Than Cheap Skincare?I Tried The Ordinary's New Niacinamide Powder5 TikTok Beauty Trends Experts Want You To Avoid
Her son-in-law, Mike Tindall said: 'We will be doing something, as yet I don’t know whether she knows, so my lips are sealed.'