Leia Lingerie in Spurriergate replaced its usual mannequins with two live models on Saturday afternoon to showcase new lingerie and swimwear collections, and to mark the 10th anniversary of the shop's opening in the street.

Assistant manager Georgina Batten said the models, Siobhan Fordington and Jenna Tucker, attracted a lot of interest as they stood in the window and interacted with customers. "They raised a lot of smiles and there was a really positive reaction to it," she added.

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After revealing they were launching a Kendall + Kylie swimwear line for Topshop about a month ago, the Jenner sisters finally gave us a taste of the official photos of their new collection. They took to their personal Instagrams, as well as the official Kendall + Kylie account to reveal a few designs, which are very reflective of the girls' respective styles.

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When it comes to warm-weather style, we enjoy taking cues from well-dressed celebrities. They're usually way ahead of the trend, rocking rompers and swimwear before things truly heat up, and this year, Diane Kruger's red one-piece is at the top of our must-have list. Attending designer Jason Wu's wedding in Xpu-Ha, Mexico, the star frolicked on the beach wearing a Baywatch-inspired suit, proving once and for all the this classic style is making a comeback.

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US lingerie brand Naja have announced the launch of their new 'Nude for all' lingerie range with a multi-tonal line that aims to cater for all races and ethnicities.

The brand worked with #womennotobjects founding advertising agency Badger and Winters, who specialise in female focused campaigns, to promote the campaign with real shades of nude and real women rather than models. With slogans such as "One nude? So rude" the campaign is set to bring positive change to an industry that still in need of it.

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A designer is suing fashion label Alexander McQueen over claims the dress designed by its creative director for Kate Middleton's wedding in 2011 made use of her sketches.

Hertfordshire-based bridal designer Christine Kendall has claimed the fashion house breached her copyright after she submitted ideas for a 1950s themed dress to the Duchess of Cambridge.

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