In This Week's Issue: It's Our Spring Shopping Special! PLUS I Discovered My Mum On Facebook

04 March 2013 by

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We don't know about you but we're super-excited about all this blue sky going on. Surely it means that spring has finally sprung? We very much hope so, as this week sees our massive spring shopping issue hit the shelves, bringing you all the latest trends from the Milan catwalks plus the hottest accessories you can buy in-store now. We've also got an interview with the girl that used social media to find her birth mother and a shoot with the gorgeous girls from ITV's Mr. Selfridge. Oh! We've also got 25% off at Jaeger for you to get a kick-start on your spring wardrobe.  It's out tomorrow so make sure you pick one up first thing in the morning!

The glamour, the dresses, the drama, that megawatt smile of Jeremy Piven's, and, of course, the shopping. Yes we're talking Mr. Selfridge. So who better than it's glamourous stars Katherine Kelly, Zoe Tapper and Aisling Loftus to kick-start Grazia's Spring Shopping issue from the ITV show's set. We're in shopping heaven....

The future is brown, or cardinal red. The fabric is gingham, or tartan. The look is 'Vunk' (the new 'punk'), or Hitchcock heroine. Grazia's fashion director Susannah Frankel rounds up the trends we'll all be wearing from the catwalks last week in Milan.

After years of searching for her borth parents, Jenessa Simons, 21, who was adopted as a newborn, had given up hope. Then, last month, she decided to try social media. Here, she tells Grazia how, thanks to thousands of strangers, her wish was granted within 72 hours...

Foodstagramming - posting photos of your meal on social media - has become so mainstream some restaurants are banning smartphones. Rebecca Seal explains why...

Put a spring in your step with pointed pumps, collectable clutches and cute collar necklaces. Grazia's cherry-picked spring's most fabulous shoes, bags, belts, jewellery - and more...

For the first time in, well, years, there's no colour trend to shout about, no statement nail art on show, not even a hint of glitter. And with nude nails dominating the OScars, the trend is firmly cemented for new-season fingers. But it's not all bad news, nail lovers - while you've been working your way through a rainbow of 'so right for now' shades, a fresh new crop of cutting edge care products has emerefed. Meet your new nail must-haves.

Beyonce's got them, Gwyneth practically invented them, and Michelle Obama is the poster girl for them. Here's how you, too, can get the most sought after status symbol... the power arm.

Watch Grazia's Fashion News and Features Editor Katherine Ormerod, Deputy Fashion News and Features Editor Hannah Almassi and Beauty Editor Lauren Murdoch-Smith chat Jennifer Lawrence, rip and roll jeans and the hottest nails trends for the new season:


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