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Glam black ‘He needed to get it together’: The tragic story of Elliott Smith’s last album, 20 years on Glam black ‘He needed to get it together’: The tragic story of Elliott Smith’s last album, 20 years on

Glam black ‘He needed to get it together’: The tragic story of Elliott Smith’s last album, 20 years on

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For Elliott Smith, wisp-voiced enigma of US alt-folk, Figure 8 became a downward spiral. Planned as his “happier” album after several tough years – a devastating break-up, a reliance on alcohol and prescription drugs, a psychiatric intervention, an impetuous suicide attempt – it was laced with rare slivers of hope and optimism. But it was…

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Glam black street fashion Coronavirus: Growing gap over promises and shipment of PPE, states Starmer Glam black street fashion Coronavirus: Growing gap over promises and shipment of PPE, states Starmer

Glam black street fashion Coronavirus: Growing gap over promises and shipment of PPE, states Starmer

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionKeir Starmer says there is a gap between the government’s words and the reality about delivering of PPE to health and care workers Ministers have been accused of losing touch with reality over their claims about Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for health and care workers.Labour leader Sir…

Glam black street fashion Green’s retail empire could close over 100 stores Glam black street fashion Green’s retail empire could close over 100 stores

Glam black street fashion Green’s retail empire could close over 100 stores

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Image copyright Getty Images Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia group is serving notice on landlords to walk away from more than 100 stores by the end of the summer. The fashion group owns brands such as Topshop and Dorothy Perkins and has 550 stores across the UK, but all are shut due to coronavirus restrictions. Arcadia…

Fashion 20 promises for 2020: How to find sustainable style in lockdown Fashion 20 promises for 2020: How to find sustainable style in lockdown

Fashion 20 promises for 2020: How to find sustainable style in lockdown

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When I find myself in times of trouble, online shopping comes to me. We all have our own methods of distraction, whether it’s drinking with friends, dancing into the wee hours, or baking an enormous loaf of banana bread. Now, thanks to the lockdown, our options are somewhat limited – and I’m officially sick of banana…

Glam black Shania Twain’s Begun Over is a neglected feminist masterpiece Glam black Shania Twain’s Begun Over is a neglected feminist masterpiece

Glam black Shania Twain’s Begun Over is a neglected feminist masterpiece

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I was seven years old when Come On Over was released in the UK. It was 1999, and my half of the bedroom I shared with my younger brother was littered with cassettes, felt-tip pens, and books by Roald Dahl and Jacqueline Wilson. Downstairs, we had a CD player and shelves stacked with my parents’…

Glam black ‘We came out of anarchy’: How the new wave of British heavy metal changed the face of rock’n’roll Glam black ‘We came out of anarchy’: How the new wave of British heavy metal changed the face of rock’n’roll

Glam black ‘We came out of anarchy’: How the new wave of British heavy metal changed the face of rock’n’roll

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Britain in 1980 felt like a country hurtling towards the End of Days. Industrial strife was brewing in the factories and mining towns. The previous May, Margaret Thatcher had taken up residence in 10 Downing Street and would soon prove the most divisive prime minister of the postwar era. The Cold War cast an apocalyptic…

Glam black Ugly Betty, 10 years on: the Noughties show that struck a blow against TV’s beauty myth Glam black Ugly Betty, 10 years on: the Noughties show that struck a blow against TV’s beauty myth

Glam black Ugly Betty, 10 years on: the Noughties show that struck a blow against TV’s beauty myth

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If the mid-Noughties television landscape had to be defined by one thing, it would probably be beautiful women. From Carrie Bradshaw and the glam New York singles of Sex and the City, to the gorgeous rich kids of the OC or the Desperate Housewives of Wisteria Lane, it was a given that no matter what a female…

Black makeup What I hope we can keep from the coronavirus lockdown Black makeup What I hope we can keep from the coronavirus lockdown

Black makeup What I hope we can keep from the coronavirus lockdown

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I was playing a flirty drinking game with someone I’d met on Hinge – remotely, of course. I lost, so had to send a picture of me downing the Peroni dregs. After three weeks alone in my apartment – basically turning into a hairy bridge troll – the shot was far from flattering. So I…

Black makeup ‘Mugshot makeup’ obstacle criticised for glamourising domestic violence Black makeup ‘Mugshot makeup’ obstacle criticised for glamourising domestic violence

Black makeup ‘Mugshot makeup’ obstacle criticised for glamourising domestic violence

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A controversial TikTok challenge where people create mock-up mugshots of themselves has prompted criticism, with many people saying it glamourises domestic violence. The challenge came to light after influencers with significant social media followings, such as James Charles and Corinna Kopf, started taking part. In Kopf’s now-deleted photographs, the influencer posed with a fake bloodied nose alongside…

Glam black street fashion Coronavirus: Cath Kidston set to contact administrators Glam black street fashion Coronavirus: Cath Kidston set to contact administrators

Glam black street fashion Coronavirus: Cath Kidston set to contact administrators

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Image copyright Cath Kidston Cath Kidston, the floral fashion brand, is set to file for administration as the coronavirus shutdown pushes High Street retailers to breaking point. The move will put nearly 950 jobs at risk at the company which is best-known for its brightly-coloured designs.Debenhams, the department store chain, is also expected to appoint…

Black makeup 8 new skills to learn while in lockdown, from cooking to photography Black makeup 8 new skills to learn while in lockdown, from cooking to photography

Black makeup 8 new skills to learn while in lockdown, from cooking to photography

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Weekdays without a commute (for some) and long weekends with little place to go can leave you feeling restless, but you can dedicate some of that extra time on your hands to learn a new language, improve your culinary skills, start painting or even take part in dance classes. There’s a huge volume of free…

Black makeup ‘Trump is a disaster’: Tom Steyer on climate, candidates and what a Democratic president will face Black makeup ‘Trump is a disaster’: Tom Steyer on climate, candidates and what a Democratic president will face

Black makeup ‘Trump is a disaster’: Tom Steyer on climate, candidates and what a Democratic president will face

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Tom Steyer says Donald Trump has been “a complete disaster” for climate policy and if a Democrat takes the White House, it will be a battle from day one.  Download the new Independent Premium app Sharing the full story, not just the headlines In what has become a two-man race, Mr Steyer stopped short of…

Fashion 20 Pledges for 2020: It’s a strange time to be thinking about fast fashion Fashion 20 Pledges for 2020: It’s a strange time to be thinking about fast fashion

Fashion 20 Pledges for 2020: It’s a strange time to be thinking about fast fashion

By 4 months ago

So here we are: housebound, possibly unwell, and utterly clueless about what the future holds. In these disconcerting times, it is hard to think about anything other than coronavirus. But as part of my pledge, I will continue with my commitment to not buying any fast fashion for the year. But, like every other component of our…

Glam black Album reviews: Porridge Radio– Every Bad, and Code Orange– Beneath Glam black Album reviews: Porridge Radio– Every Bad, and Code Orange– Beneath

Glam black Album reviews: Porridge Radio– Every Bad, and Code Orange– Beneath

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Porridge Radio – Every Bad ★★★★☆ “I’m bored to death, let’s argue,” intones Porridge Radio frontwoman Dana Margolin, in the opening moments of their debut album Every Bad. Few first lines this year have felt quite so relevant – of late it feels as though we’ll all be arguing until we die (if coronavirus doesn’t get…

Glam black Niall Horan: We were in a bubble. Then someone just went ‘pop’ Glam black Niall Horan: We were in a bubble. Then someone just went ‘pop’

Glam black Niall Horan: We were in a bubble. Then someone just went ‘pop’

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In September 2015, One Direction were on the brink of collapse. The boy band, at the time one of the biggest acts in the world, were playing the first of six sold-out nights at London’s O2 Arena. But as they began a performance of “Night Changes”, the sound cut out, and all hell broke loose.…

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