To those of you still squirrelling uneaten Easter eggs, we salute your dedicated self-control. However if, like us, you devoured every last chocolate crumb as fast as humanly possible, you’ll be looking for something a little less calorific to indulge in this week. Luckily, the new issue of Grazia is here! Read all about the red carpet chemistry fuelling those Tom and Olga relationship rumours, Taylor Swift’s newest crush, the women who have sex like men plus test run the amazing Cara Delevingne's beauty trends. See what we have in store below...
After professing his love for Rihanna on American television last week, it’s being widely speculated that Chris Brown is set to propose to the singer – and it looks like their wedding is just weeks away.
As her bump grows, some commentators last week accused Kim Kardashian of losing her sense of style. Is it ever acceptable to criticise a pregnant woman? Two writers slug it out.
Limited-edition luxe or totally traditional, if you buy one thing in 2013, make it sneakers. Grazia decided it was high time to track down the hottest and find out how to wear them by grilling the girls in the know.
Fitness apps are a booming industry, with millions of us using them to track our daily calorie intake and exercise regime in minute detail – but are they enabling eating disorders? Writer Amy Molloy, 29, who used to suffer from anorexia, explores the darker side of fitness technology.
Fashion’s biggest runways and most fabulous parties don’t appear by magic, you know. There’s months of planning, crazy last-minute set-ups and lots of obstacles to negotiate. Producer extraordinaire Sara Blonstein reveals what really happens behind the scenes.
Are your eyebrows itching to grow? That’ll be the Cara effect. As sales of brow-enhancers shoot up by almost 90%, we celebrate the hair and make-up moves Ms Delevigne has put back on the beauty agenda.
We’re known as a nation obsessed with our social standing, but a survey last week split Britain into seven distinct groups based on more than just our upbringing. Writer Isabel Mohan was shocked to discover where she fits in.
Think it’s only guys who do the whole ‘Don’t call me, I’ll call you’ routine after sex? Meet 26-year-old Heather Whitmore, one of a new breed of women who date four men a week, have regular one-night stands and never, ever stay for breakfast.
BY HELENA HAMILTON
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 this week's issue including Cara Delevingne's beauty look, culottes and doing the fashion flash...