The Film Review: Lucy

THERE are two main draws for this movie. One: the return to form of Luc Besson, director of such acclaimed films as Leon and The Fifth Element. Two: a leading ...

Important question: What denim will you be investing in this autumn?

A PAIR of perfect jeans is pretty much the Holy Grail of fashion. They aren’t easy to find but when you slip on the ones that will transform your wardrobe ...

Bargains on Autumn Menswear

SUMMER is drawing to a close and soon it will seem like a distant memory (sob!) But one good thing about autumn is the fashion, boys included, and there’s a ...

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London – you may be our fave fashion capital, but summer hasn’t been long enough!

THERE may be a few fashion capitals around the world, but can any of them compare to London? Women look impossibly chic in France, impeccably dressed in NYC but nothing compares to the eclectic style that floods every street in the capital of England. As the sun takes off his hat and starts to put more »

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So how DO you get home from Heathrow at 2am?

PLANNING a holiday can be complex. Not only do you have to find a pal to drag with you (what, everyone you know wants to go to Ibiza? Oh, that’s easy then), you have to sort your flights, accommodation and which bars have the most exciting cocktails on offer. Heathrow is also an idea airport more »

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The Film Review: Guardians of the Galaxy

ONE of the most anticipated cinema releases of the summer, Guardians of the Galaxy has a lot riding on it. On one hand, it represents Marvel’s foray into unknown territory – a raucous space opera that is self-aware, irreverent and features some of the their more obscure comic book characters – prior to the film’s more »

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The Review: This Herdy Table set is baa-rilliant (sorry)

TAKING a glance around my house, it looks a bit like an animal menagerie. Alongside the green owl vase, bunny salt and pepper shaker and the pics of the birds and the bees hanging on the walls (quite literally, nothing rude here folks), are these extra cute table mat set from Herdy featuring the peeping more »

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The Film Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

THIS sequel that is set a decade after the events of the first film (Rise of the Planet of the Apes – itself a reboot/prequel to the franchise), shares much of its predecessor’s simian DNA, yet also strives to do something completely different with its story. Gone is the science fiction staple (should we or more »

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The Review: Everyman Pop-up Outdoor Cinema at Battersea Power Station

DESPITE living in London for over a collective eight years, it’s a city that never fails to surprise me. Ok, so it’s not always in a good way (especially when it comes to the price of a g&t) but more often than not it’s due to the relentless stream of culture that is available on more »

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The Review: Dual Fix Foamer by Envy

I HAVE to admit that I didn’t really think that anything was going to get my battered locks into a decent shape. However, I was willing to try all the tricks and tools of the trade. Envy’s Dual Fix Foamer promises 12 different repairs to your hair including improving the shine, texture and increasing the more »

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Chocolate and Shoe-aholics Unite

THEY say that chocolate makes everything in life better, and I have to admit that so far I haven’t found any evidence to the contrary. It seems Cadbury also agree as they have created their very own ‘joy boutique’ filled with creamy-style kicks after a new survey found that the British nation are obsessed with more »

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A Perfect Break in Portugal

LAST month Pillow Magazine jump-started summer with a sunny city-break in Portugal. We began our holiday in the wonderfully calm and charming city of Porto, then spent two nights in the middle of the scenic Duoro countryside. The four night trip fulfilled all our expectations and more; we were able to indulge in our love of travel more »

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Photo Diary: Portugal

CRAVING a bit of a break from the British weather, Pillow Mag writer Mamie Hamshere took a trip to Portugal for some food, fresh air and fun. Not only did she find a heady mix of serenity and culture nestled in Porto, but she also explored some gorgeous countryside up in the Duoro region. Accommodation was booked courtesy of more »

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