Jamie Oliver's worst nightmare: the return of the Turkey TwizzlerBernard Matthews brings back product notoriously only 34% turkey in ‘healthier’ version
UK staycation boom lifts sales of camping gearIs now the summer of discount tents? Retailers say airbeds, cool boxes and portable firepits in hot demand along with tents * Puddles, soggy tents and gas leaks: the joys of Covid-safe camping
Britons flying to and holidaying in Spain: what are your rights?. New coronavirus quarantine rules present dilemma over whether to cancel or claim on insurance
'I cannot wait': England's gym-goers and swimmers react to reopeningsAfter months of coronavirus hibernation, people can start to return to normality * One in three public leisure centres in England to remain shut * How gyms and pools in England will look as lockdown eases
Managing credit cards is a key component in maintaining a healthy credit score. If you have too many, it could count against you, while people who have none at all can also face problems. So how many should you keep active, and what's the
An all-out oil war between Saudi Arabia and Russia has led to stock markets and oil prices tanking around the world. As investors already deal with the fallout from coronavirus, the Middle Eastern oil giant announced plans to flood markets with
Forget ‘transitional’ – it feels like we’ve gone from sundresses and sandals to boots and coats in ten seconds flat. At least with jewellery, what worked in the heat can also work in the cold with a few minor tweaks. Herewith, the jewellery trends you need to know for the new season.
Pink crab apple blossom rustles in the early evening breeze, the catwalk is rose-tinted and frou frou poufs fill the elegant courtyard of Palazzo Versace. The only improvement on this vision of Italianate-chic-meets-Barbara-Cartland campery could be a coral-hued Campari Spritz in one's hand.
In the teeth of the UK’s temperamental weather, it might seem a tad early to be recognising one of the key summer trends, but the arrival of the blouson into even the most risk-averse male wardrobe is a multi-layered moment, both figuratively and practically.
This Friday’s opening of Vessel, a maze-like ‘park’ at the nucleus of the Hudson Yards development, is spring’s hottest ticket. Thomas Heatherwick’s design rivals the High Line for Manhattan promenading, and while it may not feel cool to climb the 2,500 stairs (154 flights!) around its 80 landings in NYC’s summer heat, the waiting list is long.
Professor Julian Birkinshaw from the London Business School explains the kinds of jobs that are most at risk of automation.
Next week, the largest Dior retrospective ever mounted in Britain opens in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. 'Dior, Designer of Dreams' is set to be a cultural highlight of 2019. Pity Dior’s incumbent designer, Maria Grazia Chiuri, who has to compete with the shock and awe of Dior’s 1947 New Look and make current Dior seem equally as exciting and glamorous.
Fashion decries formulae, but there is no getting away from the fact that right now menswear is marching to a particularly strident beat, laid down by a phalanx of designers, some of whom have themselves been on manoeuvres (Kim Jones replacing the Berluti-bound Kris van Assche at Dior, his seat at Louis Vuitton filled by Virgil Abloh), in what was a busy 2018 for the LVMH corporate carousel.
Luckily, there are some books out there that are targeted at helping beginners with money management. Whether you’re looking to slash your spending, get thrifty in the kitchen, understand what’s going on with your bank account or finally start a savings account, these books promise to finally make you financially savvy. Over the last month, we’ve dedicated ourselves to trawling through a stack of money management books to find our top eight for beginners.
Think what you like about Kylie Jenner, you can’t deny she’s proved her business prowess. In fact, that’s an understatement: the 20-year-old is set to become the youngest self-made billionaire in the world. The prestigious business magazine has chosen Jenner as the face of their ‘American Women Billionaires’ cover for their August issue, which depicts Jenner in a businesslike in a black blazer and slicked back hair.
Christopher Bailey transformed Burberry in aesthetic and financial terms, but most of all he transformed it in tone. Christopher Bailey, who turned Burberry from an ailing rainwear label into a global luxury brand, is to check out of the company in 2018 after 17 years at the helm. Burberry shares fell 2% after the news that Bailey’s next Burberry show, which will be held in London in February, will be his last.
If you think that £1,300 is a generous amount to spend on an engagement ring, get ready to be blown away by the average cost of a celebrity’s diamond.According to a new trend report, the average cost of a celebrity’s engagement ring hit £1 million for the first time in 2016.A new report released by 77 Diamonds looked at 100 celebrity proposals – from Kate Middleton’s to Kim Kardashian’s – and found that you’d need a minimum of £281,000 to be eligible for a celebrity engagement.So in other words, having a dream proposal isn’t easy – but that won’t stop us from trying.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Man buys girlfriend too-small engagement ring to make her lose weightEngagement rings for men are on the riseMan sues ex-fiancée for £10,000 engagement ring – and loses