• Blast from the past for Kylie Minogue as she faces up to her youth

    At 42-years-old, Kylie Minogue's youthful appearance certainly belies her age.  But this week, the Australian singer came face-to-face with her past – quite literally – as she stepped out as guest of honour at a jewellery store party. Appearing as an ambassador for Tous, Kylie was more than a little surprised to find herself clutching a retro jumper embellished with her own image. The beige sweatshirt pictured the pop princess from her early years, and came as a stark contrast to the glamorous image by which she is known today. Those lauded current style credentials were perfectly illustrated by the beautiful coral gown Kylie wore to the London

  • Love match for Andy Murray as former flame Kim Sears cheers him on to victory

    Scottish tennis star Andy Murray had a secret weapon in the crowd as he stormed to victory on day two of the Aegon Championships on Tuesday. Cheering him on alongside his mother Judy - pictured right - was his ex girlfriend Kim Sears, whose presence seems to suggest that the couple have reunited. Dressed in a nautical style top and wearing sunglasses, the pretty 22-year-old made a courtside return to support Andy as he competed in the Queen's Club tournament in London. And it evidently did the trick – the sportsman, also 22, went on to beat Spain's Ivan Navarro 7-6 6-3. It was back

  • Lady GaGa on typically outrageous form for little sister's graduation

    While some performers keep their flamboyant outfits for the stage, the same can't be said for Lady GaGa. Not even the formal event of her sister's graduation prompted the singer to tone down her look. The 24-year-old artist was on typically outrageous form – though more covered up than usual – in a lace body suit and conical hat draped in black lace. And she stood head and shoulders above most of the other guests, thanks to her enormous heelless platforms. Lady GaGa, real name Stefani Germanotta, had returned to her former school - the Convent of the Sacred Heart in

  • Brazilian supermodel Adriana Lima introduces baby Valentina in HOLA! Brasil

    We are proud to announce the launch of HOLA! Brasil, which hits the newsstands in Brazil today. HOLA! Brasil’s first issue boasts an exclusive interview and photo shoot with striking Brazilian supermodel Adriana Lima, her husband - Serbian basketball star Marko Jarić - and their baby Valentina. Printed in Portuguese, HOLA! Brasil will offer its readers 164 pages of the most exclusive and prestigious stories with the glamour and elegance that distinguish the ¡HOLA! and HELLO! brand. This weekly magazine will combine royalty, celebrities and the most influential personalities not only from Brazil but also from around the world. ¡HOLA!, first

  • Hayfever help: top tips to stop you sneezing this summer

    The sun is out, the temperature’s up, but, unfortunately so’s the grass pollen count. Which means that as we try to make the most of the beautiful weather, the hayfever sufferers among us will be having a miserable time – even more so than usual as the late start to summer means the grass pollen season has been delayed. As Professor Jean Emberlin of Pollen UK explains: "The cold winter and continuing cool weather throughout May means it’s taken a long time for the soil temperatures to rise sufficiently to allow good early growth of grasses in many places."

  • The simple secret to anti-ageing

    Phew. We can all rest a little easier tonight, as we slather on our night-time beauty preparations before bed. Because the very act of using moisturiser does delay the signs of ageing – regardless of the ingredients. In what is claimed to be the first long-term study – over eight years - charting the progress of wrinkle development, published in the June issue of the British Journal of Dermatology, well hydrated faces were found to line more slowly than when the skin was dry. So, a 28-year-old woman with dry skin will see an increase in visible wrinkles of

  • Yves Saint Laurent Retrospective at the Petit Palais, Paris

    Once gain, all eyes are on Yves Saint Laurent. Or, more accurately, on the "Extraordinary Voyages" exhibition, which the Petit Palais museum, just a few steps from the Champs Elysees in Paris, is hosting to pay tribute to the forty years of creativity of this fashion genius who died in 2008. This, the first retrospective of the great designer's life and work, and the largest exhibition dedicated to YSL in nearly three decades, started in Montreal in 2008 and now comes to the French capital from San Francisco. Drawing together more than 300 outfits from one of the most influential

  • Frederik and Mary in Washington

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