Everything you need to know about London Collections: Men

Now in its seventh season and newly expanded from three to four days, London Collections: Men returns to the capital tomorrow for a long weekend of catwalk shows, film screenings, presentations, talks and glitzy after-parties.The British Fashion Council ’s menswear answer to London Fashion Week, some would describe it as the nattier, edgier younger sibling. Launched at St James’s Palace in 2012, the week has enjoyed endorsement by everyone from Tinie Tempah to Samuel L Jackson to Boris Johnson

The Fine Print

Fuelled by passion for their niche – be it Nordic life or cats – and their medium, a new wave of independent magazines are selling fast, despite talk of the printed word’s demise. If you believe what you read, the print media has been on its deathbed ever since the birth of the internet. But someone forgot to tell the creatives behind the latest wave of independent magazines. There seems to be a new launch looking for funding on Kickstarter every week, and the sector is booming: last year the independent-magazine subscription service Stack reported a 78 per cent increase in revenue, with its number of subscribers growing by 76 per cent.

Instaglam: Becca Dudley

Follow for: the exploits of MTV's pink-tressed presenting star Presenter, editor, stylist, model, DJ, drummer - there's not a lot 23-year-old Becca Dudley can't turn her well-manicured hand to. Born and raised in Essex, in a musical family, she studied fashion styling at London College of Fashion and first worked as stylist at FIASCO magazine as a stylist and writer. The one-time new-girl on MTV's presenting team is now an established act. She co-presented the Clothes Show Live with Henry Holla

Celebrity rainbow-hair days

Like glucose to the bloodstream, the sugar rush trend for coloured hair is showing no signs of slowing down. Last week, Rita Ora was spotted with a rainbow of coloured extensions woven into her hair on stage at Radio 1's big weekend in Glasgow. Brit model of the moment Cara Delevingne followed suit - albeit in a wig - with grungy, green locks, while on the other side of London town Lily Allen showed off her fiery red ombré locks at the Topshop x Ashish party. Stateside, Rihanna has already made

Silver siren: meet the 60-something star of Stella magazine's ageing beautifully shoot

High cheekbones, glossy hair, long limbs and glowing skin; Sarah Wiley sounds every inch the typical model. But Sarah, who stars in our shoot , is 66 years old. And she was scouted at the less-than-tender age of 57. It was when a professional photographer saw a family snap of Wiley - now known in the trade as Sarah W - with her grandchildren that a whole new career beckoned. The photographer called her up to ask her if she'd model on a lifestyle shoot. "I thought it was a wind-up," she giggles,