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Spice Girls launch limited

Following the announcement of the Spice Girls reunion tour last week, the foursome are now planning a fashion range.

During their appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show, the girl band revealed that they are launching a limited edition clothing range which will include a T-shirt, sweatshirt and hoodie emblazoned with the hashtag #IWANNABEASPICEGIRL – a play on their 1996 hit single Wannabe.

The good news doesn’t stop there; Emma, Melanie C, Mel B and Geri also announced that 100 per cent of the proceeds from the collection will be donated to Comic Relief’s Gender Justice fund, which helps champion equality for women and girls in the UK.

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Comic Relief has been funding programmes tackling gender-based sexual and domestic violence, and supporting women and girl’s empowerment since it began in 1985.

It says that this money will help us to continue supporting organisations doing such fantastic work to help drive change.

“Equality and the movement of people power has always been at the heart of the band. It is about equality for all, ‘every boy and every girl’,» said the Spice Girls in a statement.

“We recently found out that charities focused on issues faced by women don’t get the funding that they desperately need, so launching a campaign to raise funds for these issues is incredibly important to us and an area we want to support.”

Similarly, Victoria Beckham – who isn’t joining the band on their reunion tour – launched her own Spice Girls charity T-shirt to help Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day back in April.

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25 Fashion Blogs You Need

With top-tier fashion bloggers raking in multimillion-dollar campaigns, it’s no wonder every self-proclaimed fashionista wants to launch a personal style site. But not all outfit posts are created equal. These fashion bloggers stand out from the pack thanks to their one-of-a-kind sartorial sense and sharp business acumen. Click through the slideshow above to meet the dynamic women ruling the blogosphere and our picks for the best fashion blogs of 2018. May the best blog win.

First up, let me provide context for the S/S 19 catwalk shows and designer presentations as a whole: There was much talk around feminism and equality, with fashion houses—big and small—using their platforms as a place to host debate and discussion, promote diversity and, most of all, create clothes that women can feel confident and powerful in. We were, after all, in the thick of the #MeToo movement, with global scandals awakening many a dormant mind.

«One of the biggest trends we saw during the shows was the overarching theme of the real woman; a welcome return to femininity, women empowerment and wanting to dress for yourself by feeling confident and comfortable,» says Elizabeth von der Goltz, global buying director for Net-a-Porter.

«In terms of pieces, the trend incorporates everything from comfortable tailoring, longer skirt lengths and relaxed outerwear in flattering and fluid shapes. We saw this most prominently at Riccardo’s debut for Burberry and also Loewe, The Row, Valentino and Givenchy. It’s a very easy trend to adopt for any woman, and this is what I love most about it,» says Goltz.2/80

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