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London Characters To Dress Your Child As For World Book Day

London Characters To Dress Your Child As For World Book Day

A helping hand for costume-weary parents. | By Laura Reynolds
London Super Comic Con 2016 In Pictures

London Super Comic Con 2016 In Pictures

Kapow! | By Laura Reynolds
Review: Struggling To Get Excited About Pixie Lott's Dresses And Jimi Hendrix's Trousers

Review: Struggling To Get Excited About Pixie Lott's Dresses And Jimi Hendrix's Trousers

Costumes from the Hard Rock Cafe collection at Ripley's Believe It or Not! | By Tabish Khan ★★☆☆☆
In Photos: Impressive Cosplay And A Comic Con Conga

In Photos: Impressive Cosplay And A Comic Con Conga

Teletubbies, Gandalf and Wonder Woman. | By Londonist Staff
In Pictures: London Comic Con Cosplayers At ExCel

In Pictures: London Comic Con Cosplayers At ExCel

But can you help identify the characters? | By Lindsey
Dress Like An Actor: National Theatre Costume And Props Hire

Dress Like An Actor: National Theatre Costume And Props Hire

Hire costumes from old NT plays. | By Rachel Holdsworth
High Fashion, Tudor-and-Stuart-Style, Comes To The Queen's Gallery

High Fashion, Tudor-and-Stuart-Style, Comes To The Queen's Gallery

These stunning clothes might conceal the body, but they're revealing in other ways... | By Zoe Craig
Dress Up And Get Down At The Barbican’s Salon Project

Dress Up And Get Down At The Barbican’s Salon Project

Nineteenth century grandeur with a twenty-first century twist. | By Sam Smith
Exhibition Review: Hollywood Costume @ V&A

Exhibition Review: Hollywood Costume @ V&A

The V&A's latest blockbuster brings huge smiles to our faces. | By Zoe Craig
Heads Up: Royal Opera House Costume Sale

Heads Up: Royal Opera House Costume Sale

Pick up a fancy hat, some period footwear or a bona fide piece of ballet or opera history | By Lindsey
STYLEist: The Rising Designer Interviews - Andrew Majtenyi

STYLEist: The Rising Designer Interviews - Andrew Majtenyi

Andrew Majtenyi is an award winning fashion designer with a strong creative instinct and edgy sense of style that sets him apart from the conventional. He has a shop on St John's Street, EC1. | By suke
STYLEist: The Rising Designer Interviews - Gabriella Gambetta @ 4.2morrow

STYLEist: The Rising Designer Interviews - Gabriella Gambetta @ 4.2morrow

By suke

STYLEist: The Rising Designer Interviews - Amy Winters

By suke

Preview: Worn To Be Wild

By Londonist
STYLEist: Santa Skate

STYLEist: Santa Skate

By NatalieU
Credit Crunch Crimps Carnival

Credit Crunch Crimps Carnival

By Dean Nicholas