In This Week's Grazia: Rihanna's & Ashton's 4am Hook-Up, Should You Ever Wear Your Mum's Clothes PLUS 25% Off At Warehouse!

27 March 2012 by

The sun is shining so there is no excuse not to get straight down to the shops to pick up your copy of Grazia.

This week, we reveal Rihanna’s midnight jaunt to ‘view’ Ashton Kutcher’s property which recently went on the market. Hmmm, we know they’re busy people but after she was snapped leaving at 4am, the Hollywood rumour mill went into overdrive.

Kate Middleton attended her first public speaking event as HRH in the same Reiss dress her Mum wore to Ascot two years ago. We know she’s a bargainista but is it ever ok to share your Mum’s wardrobe? Grazia investigates…

The fashion world is going hell for leather right now. But not just any leather. WHITE leather. A tricky trend to master, non?! Polly Vernon shows us how…

You’ve seen your friends pinning wedding ideas, home décor and baking boards but as the fastest growing social-networking site with over 10 millions users, a more sinister side to PINTEREST emerged last week with a surge in ‘thinspiration’ pinboards encouraging extreme weight loss.

Plus we meet the commitment-phobe who after 10 years of being happily single, has suddenly met a man she actually wanted to wake up with in the morning. Awww…

All this PLUS a fabulous 25% off at Warehouse (did you need any further excuse to update your spring wardrobe??) AND the chance to win a gorgeous Jaeger London Tote bag worth £250 to raise money for the Retail Trust.

Have YOU got your Grazia???


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Kaya Green (Tue Mar 27 13:19:17 BST 2012): FAO: Jane Bruton, Editor-in-Chief. Dear Ms Bruton, What were you thinking to allow a 2-page feature on the "King of Soho" to appear in your 26 March issue? King of Soho? Are you seriously suggesting that your female readers should regard Paul Raymond as a 'legend'? It is incredibly irresponsible of you to glamorise his involvement in the porn industry when he was nothing more than a sleaze merchant, making his money from exploiting women. Hardly the right subject matter for a women's magazine, especially at a time when women have never been more objectified in the media. I would expect this sort of sensationalist, low-brow feature to be more Heat's style than Grazia's - the so-called thinking woman's magazine. What next - a double-page spread on Hugh Hefner's 'achievements'? How very disappointing! K. Greene

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