Fashion & Beauty

  • ‘Parents are dressing up their children to be buried’: Syria’s war on young escalates

    ‘Parents are dressing up their children to be buried’: Syria’s war on young escalatesMural artist Hussein Sabbagh, 13, one of 27 children killed in government attacks in north-west Syria in two months Syrian artist Aziz al-Asmar visits the grave of 13-year-old Hussein Sabbagh in Binnish. The teenager had helped Asmar with his political murals. Photograph: Muhammad Haj Kaddour/The Syria Campaign

  • Hydrogen revolution means the end of the line for diesel trains in rural beauty spots

    New hydrogen-powered trains will replace diesel engines on remote rail lines to cut emissions in some of the most beautiful parts of the country. The new hydrogen trains - which are due to carry passengers from 2023 - will be deployed on lines such as in the Lake District, where diesel trains take tourists along the 10 mile route to Windermere station from Oxenholme, near Kendal. Another hydrogen train is planned between Shrewsbury and mid-Wales. The Government is due to release its national hyd

  • Mass Market Beauty’s Climbing Categories

    June data from IRI points to the categories with the biggest gains and steepest declines.

  • BBC must 'love bomb' over-75s to make up £50m licence fee shortfall

    The BBC must "love bomb" the over-75s because it needs them to make up a £50 million shortfall in licence fee payments, the chairman of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has warned. Julian Knight MP said the corporation is walking a "tightrope" of ensuring customers comply with the law, but also taking care not to alienate those on whom it relies to stay afloat. The National Audit Office estimates that the BBC has lost £50 million in the last year alone due to people failing to pay

  • ‘It’s quite English, this romantic, gothic aesthetic’: inside a fashion family’s pink Suffolk home

    ‘It’s quite English, this romantic, gothic aesthetic’: inside a fashion family’s pink Suffolk home Country charm gets a modern makeover in this thatched seaside house transformed by the couple behind the Preen label Fashion designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi, and their daughters, in their garden. Photograph: Amit Lennon/The Guardian