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Muslims criticise TikTok balaclava trend - sparked by Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala - saying Western women wearing headscarves are viewed as 'cute' and 'trendy' yet those who wear the hijab often face discrimination
The fashion world has embraced the balaclava, with Kim Kardashian sporting a Balenciaga couture catsuit and head covering at the Met Gala in September, However, the couture fad doesn't sit comfortably, with many Muslims saying that while a face covering or head scarf is considered 'cute' if it's fashion, it's not given the same respect when it's worn for religious reasons. (Pictured: TikToker @laurenblackborow offering a guide to transforming a scarf into a balaclava. Inset: Kim Kardashian at the 2021 Met Gala)
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Savvy student, 19, who is 'obsessed' with organising reveals she earns up to £500 per month decluttering strangers' wardrobes
Ella McMahon, 19, from Leicester (inset), spends three to nine hours decluttering and colour coordinating wardrobes. The fashion buying and design student has shared a series of satisfying videos that will give you ultimate wardrobe envy. Ella's side hustle called 'Cinderella's Closet' means she can save for a house to buy whilst studying at university. Pictured: A messy wardribe before and after being tackled by Ella.
Brooklyn's marrying up! Billionaire Trump-loving future father-in-law and his model wife put David and Victoria in the shade - boasting a multi-million dollar property empire, several private jets and ten children between them
As details of Brooklyn Beckham 's April wedding to Nicola Peltz (inset) emerge, FEMAIL look at how the 22-year-old photographer will be marrying into a family whose fortune dwarves his own - with helicopters, mansions and a team of staff an everyday reality for his actress fiancée. While Brooklyn is arguably among the most famous British celebrity offspring worth £350million, American starlet Nicola, 27, is certainly no stranger to a life of wealth and fame, with her businessman father Nelson Peltz, 79, estimated to be worth £1.3 billion. Nelson, a former top Trump supporter, shares eight of his ten children with his third model wife (both seen centre) of 35 years Claudia Heffner Peltz, and the pair count a 27-bedroom mansion complete with ice hockey rink and a flock of albino peacocks, top right, as well as a £76million, 44,000sq ft home in Palm Beach,bottom right, - the reported wedding venue - as their homes. Despite being born into wealth, Nicola's siblings have also carved out their own successful careers, with her brother Brad, 32, an ice hockey player, and Will, 35, an American actor best known for his roles in Unfriended and Men, Women & Children. Far left: Nicola's only sister Brittany, 30, is a figure skater. Centre inset: The Beckham and Peltz family together.
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What it's REALLY like to face the Dragons' Den: Man who secured £150,000 for his cheese business reveals hopefuls wait 7 hours to do a 3-minute pitch, there's no retakes or cuts and the grilling lasts almost 2 hours
Former financier Edward Hancock, 39, who sank £720,000 of his own cash into his cheese subscription business, secured a £150,000 investment from the newest investor Steven Bartlett after appearing on the programme earlier this month. Edward, founder of cheesegeek, an online cheesemonger specialising in supplying British artisan cheeses directly to customers' doors, was the first business owner to step foot in the den on the new series of the BBC One show. Appearing alongside his business partner Richard Simpson, Edward, from south-west London, delivered an impressive pitch that won over Peter, Steven and Touker. The business partners agreed an offer from the newest and youngest ever Dragon, Steven - a 29-year-old social media marketing CEO - who bid £150,000 for a 5 per cent stake in the London-based artisan cheese retailer. Here, Edward reveals what happened when he appeared on the show - from the very detailed applying process, to the 'one, natural take' and the lack of advisers...