• Karlie Kloss Wore A Low Bun & Minimal Makeup To Her Intimate Wedding Ceremony
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    Karlie Kloss Wore A Low Bun & Minimal Makeup To Her Intimate Wedding Ceremony

    You're standing in the middle of a forest clearing in upstate New York, breathing in the fresh October air, as the afternoon breeze kisses your cheek, and the warm sun pokes through the auburn, golden, and bright orange leaves of the sky-high oak trees all around you. Now, if your future wedding were to look anything like Karlie Kloss', we'd recommend also imitating her classic, refined, minimalist beauty look — a low polished bun and a just touch of pink blush — because it proved to be the perfect complement to the quaint, romantic occasion. Posting a candid photo alongside her now husband Joshua Kushner yesterday, Kloss officially announced her marriage on Instagram, giving the world a snapshot peek at her understated bridal look — which was stunning, but not entirely surprising.

  • Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Alfonso Ribero judge remaining celebrities after Katie Piper exit
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    Strictly Come Dancing - LIVE: Week 5 sees Alfonso Ribero judge remaining celebrities after Katie Piper exit

    There are two major changes on tonight’s instalment of Strictly Come Dancing: a new judge and a new category. Bruno is away for the week, with Alfonso Ribeiro, of Fresh Prince of Bel Air fame, stepping in. Meanwhile, the "Couple's Choice" category makes its debut.

  • Grow to eat: grow a variety of garlic for maximum flavour
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    Grow to eat: grow a variety of garlic for maximum flavour

    Is garlic a vegetable or herb? The gardening world appears undecided. Either way, I’m really into home-grown plants that naturally pep up the flavour of everything we eat, and garlic is top dog. Compared with supermarkets, gardeners have a wide range of garlic types to choose from, with varying strength and flavour.

  • Actor Interrupts Emma Stone & Olivia Coleman's Interview & They Are Not Having It
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    Actor Interrupts Emma Stone & Olivia Coleman's Interview & They Are Not Having It

    Olivia Colman and Emma Stone were working the red carpet in London last night at the UK Premiere of The Favourite when their interview was (briefly) interrupted by an over excited male co-star. Coleman and Stone were mid interview at the American Express Gala at the 62nd BFI London Film Festival when actor James Smith tried to jovially worm his way in to the shot and steal the limelight. Coleman, star of The Crown and Broadchurch, was mid sentence when Smith appeared behind her and tried to push in.

  • A New BBC Series Is Coming For Killing Eve & Big Little Lies Fans
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    A New BBC Series Is Coming For Killing Eve & Big Little Lies Fans

    Killing Eve was confirmed for a season 2 before season 1 even finished airing, but that doesn't mean it's coming to our screens any faster. Based on the novel by John le Carre, it stars a strong, mysterious woman named Charlie (Florence Pugh) front and centre as she's plucked to become part of a secret spy operation. Leading the charge is Alexander Skarsgård as Becker, and Israeli intelligence officer — so those patiently waiting for the return of Big Little Lies can also give themselves a treat.

  • From Europe, with love: The collective spreading cheer to Brexit-weary Brits
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    From Europe, with love: The collective spreading cheer to Brexit-weary Brits

    As Britain prepares to leave the EU, two Bristol-based artists have left hundreds of love songs blaring out across the continent. For the past six months, Gemma Paintin and James Stenhouse – collectively known as Action Hero – have been driving around Europe, recording love songs en route. Since setting off from Bristol in April, the couple have covered around 32,000km in an adapted camper van that doubles as a recording studio, and have captured more than 600 love songs.

  • The faded Suffolk seaside town making a quiet comeback
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    The faded Suffolk seaside town making a quiet comeback

    Saffron Walden, as we observed a few weeks ago, sounds like a plucky Victorian heroine who virtuously outgrows her life in a pilchard factory. Perhaps Felix Stowe might be a transatlantic cousin dreamed up by Mark Twain?

  • What's the future for women in tech? Our experts answer your questions 
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    What's the future for women in tech? Our experts answer your questions 

    Ahead of the Telegraph's Women Mean Business one-day summit on October 31, which will celebrate women in the workplace, The Telegraph is offering readers the opportunity to put questions to some of the big name panellists speaking at the event.

  • Does wine taste different on a plane – and which is the best and worst to order?
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    Does wine taste different on a plane – and which is the best and worst to order?

    In-flight wine is a serious business – but it wasn’t always thus.

  • How To Make Your Own Almond Milk, Vegan Ice Cream, Mayo & Cheese
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    How To Make Your Own Almond Milk, Vegan Ice Cream, Mayo & Cheese

    I mean, how hard can it really be to make your own nut milk? And while you’re there, throw together some truly tasty vegan versions of ice cream, chocolate dessert, mayonnaise and a cheddar cheese?

  • Checks, Mate: The Best Pieces Of The Season So Far
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    Checks, Mate: The Best Pieces Of The Season So Far

    Checks were one of the top trend takeaways from AW18 and with Burberry ’s recent revival, the classic pattern is here to stay.

  • What Donald & Ivanka Trump's Body Language Reveals About Their Relationship
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    What Donald & Ivanka Trump's Body Language Reveals About Their Relationship

    A lot has been written about the relationship between Ivanka Trump and her father. Context: Trump thanks Ivanka before addressing the Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons annual meeting at the White House in October.

  • What Ivanka Did This Week: Karlie & Josh's Super-Secret Wedding
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    What Ivanka Did This Week: Karlie & Josh's Super-Secret Wedding

    Ivanka's schedule has not been made public, so each week, we will do our best to cover the public events and forums she attends, the meetings she has with lawmakers and government officials, and her social media presence. • Ivanka tweeted about meeting with the Afghan girls' robotics team. • Ivanka tweeted her support for the Women's Entrepreneurship & Economic Empowerment Act.

  • British Airways in ‘Trump bump’ with flights to new American destinations
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    British Airways in ‘Trump bump’ with flights to new American destinations

    British Airways has announced flights to yet another US state that voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. Twice-weekly services from Heathrow to Charleston, South Carolina, begin on 4 April 2019. Sean Doyle, BA’s director of Network and Alliances, said: “You can’t help but get sucked in to the old-world charm of Charleston.

  • Rihanna Reportedly Turned Down The Super Bowl In Support Of Colin Kaepernick
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    Rihanna Reportedly Turned Down The Super Bowl In Support Of Colin Kaepernick

    Rihanna just proved once again that she's an artist worth stanning. According to Entertainment Tonight, the singer turned down the opportunity to perform at the Super Bowl Halftime show in support of Colin Kaepernick. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback made headlines back in 2016 when he knelt during the national anthem in protest of racial inequality and police brutality in America.

  • Where's the snow? Warmer weather could spell the end for pre-season glacier skiing
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    Where's the snow? Warmer weather could spell the end for pre-season glacier skiing

    As much as we all loved the long hot summer both in the UK and across the continent, the effect of the prolonged warm weather is presenting challenges for the upcoming ski season.

  • The 10 best Swiss ski resorts
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    The 10 best Swiss ski resorts

    France and Austria both have their particular strengths, but in many respects Switzerland is hard to beat. It has an unfair share of the most dramatic mountain scenery, and ditto the most captivating traffic-free old mountain villages, the best mountain restaurants, and some of the most impressive ski runs.

  • Selfies in the Korean DMZ – and other unusual border travel experiences
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    Selfies in the Korean DMZ – and other unusual border travel experiences

    Such is the political turbulence that has come to define this second decade of the 21st century that it seems we can go from the worrying - and uncomfortably plausible - prospect of global nuclear warfare to selfies on the frontline in the space of less than 18 months. 

  • Everything We Know About Karlie Kloss' Secret New York Wedding
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    Everything We Know About Karlie Kloss' Secret New York Wedding

    Congratulations are in order to the happy couple after supermodel Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner tied the knot in a super-secret ceremony October 18. Kloss, 26, who announced her engagement to her longtime beau only three months ago, posted a sun-drenched photo from her and Kushner's, 33, private nuptials. Since our invitation to the intimate affair was obviously lost in the mail, ahead is everything we do know about the ceremony, the dress, the guests, and a possible second wedding reception in 2019.

  • Ritz-Carlton's first luxury cruise ship takes to the water
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    Ritz-Carlton's first luxury cruise ship takes to the water

    A new chapter of maritime history was written last week when more than 26,000 tons of steel thundered down the slipway of a Spanish shipyard – marking hotel giant Ritz-Carlton’s entry into the world of cruising. 

  • Netherlands issues gender neutral passport for first time in its history
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    Netherlands issues gender neutral passport for first time in its history

    A person in the Netherlands has become the first in the country to receive a gender neutral passport. The news follows a Dutch court ruling earlier this year, which declared that a third gender should be recognised for people who don’t identify as male or female. Leonne Zeegers, a 57-year-old from Breda, has received a passport with an ‘X’ as their gender specification, rather than an ‘M’ for ‘mannetje’ (‘male’) or a ‘V’ for ‘vrouw’ (‘female’).