• Discover Antwerp, European capital of fashion

    With avant-garde clothing, designer furniture and ground-breakingly original accessories, Antwerp displays its creative talents with the same ease as it accepts its privileged position on the international fashion scene. Dubbed by many 'the Paris of the North', the Flemish city has become a benchmark for those seeking to push the design envelope just that little bit further.

 The textile tradition isn't new to Antwerp: way back in the fourteenth century, the river port city dominated the European wool trade, and numerous wholesale clothing workshops were to be found here right up until the twentieth century. Then, though, the textile industry

  • Still rocking in her sixties, Lulu pays homage to Lady Gaga

    Pop legend Lulu goes gaga as she impersonates her favourite chart topper in an exclusive HELLO! photoshoot. She recreated the pose for a new tour and told how she is a firm favourite of the American sensation – who is 40 years younger than her. “She has a great voice and is a brilliant songwriter. I love her music and her image. But I don’t think anyone would have paid her any attention if it weren’t for her outrageous image,” Lulu tells HELLO! “That’s how far performers have to go these days. Every minute she must be thinking about her

  • It's the end of the road for 'X Factor's Storm Lee and Diva Fever

    The dream is over for Storm Lee and Diva Fever. On Sunday, both acts were voted off The X Factor in a double elimination. The second week of live shows saw Louis' act Storm, Simon's wildcard group Diva Fever and his girl ensemble Belle Amie in the bottom three. Red-haired rocker Storm, who sang Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run, was the first to go after receiving the fewest public votes. That left the two groups to go head-to-head in the sing-off. And it wasn't good news for the boys. Craig Saggers and Joe Al-Smadi's rendition of Gloria Gaynor's disco hit I

  • Pensioner power as Flexible Felicity and Ann delight 'Strictly' viewers

    Unfortunately, there wasn't any trick in the book that could have saved Paul Daniels from getting the chop on Strictly Come Dancing. The magician exited the show after his rumba failed to impress the judges, earning him just 16 points out of a possible 40. Otherwise, last week was very much a case of – what commentators have dubbed – pensioner power. Comedian-turned-psychologist Pamela Stephenson, 60, smouldered her way through a rumba to top the leader board. She had amazingly dexterous competition from Felicity Kendal. Click on photo for gallery The 64-year-old actress quite literally bent over backwards to show off the

  • Cheryl Cole looks red hot as Dannii hits all the right notes in Victoria Beckham

    Vote for your favourite X Factor outfit of the week Another week and a hot new look for X Factor judge Cheryl Cole. The 27-year-old singer has vamped up her image with a dramatic red hairdo which she debuted on the reality show at the weekend. Perhaps not wanting to take the focus away from her new locks, Cheryl kept it simple in a black Azzaro jumpsuit and Miu Miu heels for the Saturday night show. And on Sunday, she bared a bit more it a black satin mini dress with a peephole neckline (pictured). Click on photos for gallery Her revamped hair certainly seems to

  • Fright night: stars celebrate the Hollywood world of horror at Scream Awards

    Stars turned out in full force to celebrate all things gory at the Spike TV Scream Awards on Saturday. The ceremony, which celebrates horror, sci-fi and fantasy genre films, was a fusion of past and present as Hollywood veterans and  up-and-coming actors were praised. In a nod to her role in the iconic Alien movies, Sigourney Weaver (pictured) emerged from an alien egg to accept the Heroine Discretionary Award. Click on the photo for

  • It's over: HELLO! on the reasons behind Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy's split

    Their future together seemed full of promise. For many, Prince Harry and his long-term girlfriend Chesly Davy were a perfect match; the fun-loving couple who were openly affectionate, and clearly enjoying their long-term relationship. Indeed, it was suggested that Harry, 26, would make it up the aisle before his elder brother William. But last week sources confirmed to HELLO! that the prince and his Zimbabwe-born love have called time on their seven-year romance. In this week's copy of the magazine, issue number 1146, there is a special report on the end of Harry and Chelsy's relationship, which has been blamed on the pressure

  • United front: Coleen and Wayne seen together at Man Utd game with baby Kai

    "It's so tempting when you're in the thick of it and feeling got at, to fire back with a comment". That's Coleen Rooney speaking exclusively to HELLO! magazine about how people in the public eye - such as the X Factor contestants - should deal with negative stories. But of course it could equally apply to the Liverpool lass and the very public turmoil she's been through. In this week's copy of the magazine, in which she writes about a trip to Prague on behalf of Littlewoods, the young mum also gives a hint about how she personally has

  • Dorset dream for Susie and Neil

    Susie Grinnell and Neil Richards were married on a beautiful summer's day against a quintessentially English backdrop in Dorset. The couple chose the historic Milton Abbey as the setting for their ceremony and the choir of the Beaminster Singers raised the roof with their moving rendition of Zadok the Priest. A hundred guests were treated to a delightful reception, which included a string quartet, free-flowing champagne and fine dining, and everyone got into the dancing spirit in the evening. Festivities concluded with the release of sixty (eco-friendly!) sky lanterns before Susie and Neil jetted off to Bali for two weeks of honeymoon bliss.

  • Celebrity transformations: Angelina Jolie's changing look

    See how the glam mum-of-six has changed over the


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