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Celebrity Style at the Grammys

It doesn’t get much bigger than the Grammy Music Awards, and last’s night’s ceremony was no exception. Lady Gaga paid a tribute to Bowie covering no less than nine of his biggest hits accompanied by the legendary Nile Rodgers, Taylor Swift showcased her new cropped bob complemented by a custom made two-piece from Atelier Versace Read More ›


Paris Men’s Fashion Week AW16

Paris Fashion week menswear has brought us the latest trends into tailoring with a twist for this autumn/winter. In the Fashion capital, designers from all over the world showcased their work, including Britain’s own Paul Smith. Bringing us all new quirks of tailoring, the ever blooming talent wowed the crowds and celebrities who witnessed front Read More ›


Christmas Gift Guide: Luxury Gifts For Her

Showcasing luxury furs, glitzy accessories and statement shoes, the Jules B Luxury Gift Guide is full of designer inspiration sure to help you find the perfect gift for that special lady. Whether for your other half or a close family member, this carefully selected guide should narrow down some fabulous ideas this Christmas. Think bold, Read More ›


Wenche Lise Fossland Origami Scenes

Never had such a simple use of resources proved to be so creative until the Japanese introduced the inventive art of origami – the process of folding paper sheets to resemble a desired object. The origami produced by Wenche Lise Fossland showcases a series of miniature scenes focused particularly around animals and other forms of Read More ›


Pumpkin Espresso Hazelnut Fudge

This tasty seasonal recipe is taken from Paleo food blog Grok Grub, just in time for Halloween and bonfire night! The recipe is the essence of autumnal taste, combining rich seasonal  flavours which tap into all of the senses. The espresso offers a subtle kick nestled amongst strong autumn scents accents and hints of hazelnut. Read More ›


The Mini Book of Major Events

Illustrator and designer Evan Lorenzen has an admirably relaxed outlook on the history of the world, which helped him put the most important events on Earth into a teeny tiny book called “The Mini Book of Major Events.” It starts with the rise of the first life form and ends with a curious and hopeful Read More ›

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Creamy Rigatoni with Tomatoes and Sausage

“Creative home cooking with a foodie flair”  is what Bev Cooks aims to provide her readers with. Bev Cooks’ blog uses comical writing, delicious recipes and beautiful photography to create gourmet delights which are easy to do yourself.  This week Bev offers some hearty home cooking packed full of mouth watering flavours. Her Creamy Rigatoni Read More ›


Paneer, Spinach & Chickpea Curry

Enjoy an alternative to meat with this aromatic Indian inspired paneer, spinach and chickpea curry. This week’s recipe is a comforting meat free korma curry from www.meatfreeweek.com, an Australian website campaign supporting the ethical/humane production of meat. Meat Free Week in Australia is all about receiving sponsors for giving up meat for one week. The whole idea of the campaign is to encourage people Read More ›