Last night saw the annual Glamour Awards take place and as usual the celebs pulled out all the stops on the red-carpet.One of our favourite outfits of the night had to be Fearne Cotton's, who put her signature rock chick spin on eveningwear by stepping out in a cool one-shoulder ruffle dress by Isabel Marant.If you fancy getting your hands on this LBD with a cool modern twist, then click right to follow Fearne and nab it for yourself at Net-a-Porter. Just get the look with the picks below from J Crew, Rage, Missguided and Miss Selfridge.
Fearne married Jesse in 2014 and the couple share two children, son Rex Rayne , four and daughter Honey Krissy, 21 months.
Looking like a new girl group she joined Lauren Laverne, Sara Cox to present girl group Banarama with the Icons Award.
This post covers some of the ins-and-outs (oo-er, Matron) of Gothy relationships; mostly useful, perhaps, from a non-Goth's perspective.
I'm going to cover some of my least favourite rumours about Goths and dating; some tips for those of you who would like to know how to go about wooing a Goth (what a great word, 'woo'...), and a few helpful links and videos (I'm THAT good to you).
I'm sure you are perfectly able to tell when someone is not interested in your advances and know how to behave accordingly, i.e. Don't assume that any Goth is easy, and please bear the following statement firmly in mind when visiting a Goth club, concert or festival, no matter how pretty or revealing the clothing: "The Goth is not for touching." I'm pretty sure you will have already learned that what is true for one person may not be true for another. Because of the crossover between the Goth scene and the BDSM scene, many people assume that Goths are up for anything.
This is a bit like suggesting that everyone who owns a pair of Ugg boots prefers the same sexual position.
And on the most glittering of nights stylish Fearne Cotton, 35, didn't disappoint as she opted for full-on gothic glamour at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards, held in London on Tuesday night.
Hugging the TV personality's enviable toned frame was an asymmetric bodycon dress, with a shimmering metallic wash and statement shoulder pad.
This can be for myriad reasons - they may not feel 'understood' by non-subcultural types; they may feel they have little in common with non-Goths; they may enjoy dressing up in dashing black attire and hitting the spooky clubs with their significant other.