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Leeds Briggate’s fashion spectacle

Shoppers were treated to major fashion spectacle as a city centre street was transformed into a cutting-edge catwalk.

One of the hair looks created by HOB in Leeds, with model wearing a design from Fabrication.

Beauty: How to create catwalk looks

The hair styles created by HOB turned heads at Leeds International Festival. Stephanie Smith finds out how they happened.

A model showcasing a design by the Fabrication collective on the catwalk made from a shipping container on Briggate in Leeds this weekend.

The catwalk ships in for a weekend of fabulous fashion

Shoppers have been taking their places in the front row of a major fashion spectacle in Leeds this weekend, as the city’s most famous shopping street is transformed in a cutting-edge catwalk, writes Stephanie Smith.

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Days Out: Yorkshire Velo Tours

Days Out: Yorkshire Velo Tours

After the 2016 Tour de Yorkshire, Christian Prudhomme, the director of the Tour de France, said that Yorkshire was ‘fast becoming the heartland of cycling’ and the proof of this can be seen all around the county.

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Time Out Market.

Travel review: Pastels and pastries in Lisbon

Rich in culture, but cheaper than your average European capital, Lisbon is well worth a short break, writes Jill Turton.

Sustainable fashion guru Christopher Raeburn, with some of his animals made from offcuts.

Fashion: From parachutes to practical magic

Briggate in Leeds becomes a catwalk this weekend with High Street names, independent designers and leading colleges all coming together to take part. Ahead of his visit to Leeds International Festival, fashion designer Christopher Raeburn tells Stephanie Smith what excites him about making statement designs from army surplus. Plus details of what’s on those catwalks.


How to make the perfect cuppa on National Tea Day

Just as selecting the best tea is important for a great cuppa, so are the minute details of preparation such as the water temperature, the infusion time and the quality of water.

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A look created by the Festival of Vintage.

All the fun of the Festival of Vintage

The M&S Archive in Leeds takes part in the fabulous Festival of Vintage in York this weekend, plus there’s dancing, classic cars and a beauty boudoir. Stephanie Smith finds out what to expect.


READER OFFER: Save up to HALF PRICE on Flamingo Land family tickets

Yorkshire's Flamingo Land is a wild family fun day out and it just got better - we have an amazing reader offer to save you up to HALF PRICE on family tickets!
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Cooking up plans for future of food scene

Cooking up plans for future of food scene

Developing and identifying what needs to change in the city’s food offering is on the menu in the first of a series of special debates.

Gadgets: Five of the best gizmos for tackling allergies

Gadgets: Five of the best gizmos for tackling allergies

If pollen, dust or mites get the better of you, here are 5 gadgets that might ease your allergic reaction...
Gardening: Five of the best hanging baskets

Gardening: Five of the best hanging baskets

We look at 5 impressive hanging baskets for spring and summer....
This month's Delicious.Magazine

Food & drink: Cook's tip: clever bread

When coating food with breadcrumbs, it’s all too easy for sticky clumps to form on your fingers.
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Pub review: Victoria Hotel, Leeds

Ten a penny, now, are the pubs which are at pains to show off their vintage credentials – the dandyish names, the moustache-and-suspenders staff, the 1920s cocktail vibe.

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Review: Don’t Tell Titus, Saltaire

The aptly named Don’t Tell Titus is a bustling little cafe/bar just up from Salt’s Mill, Saltaire.


Revealed: The Leeds businesses with one-star food hygiene ratings

Hundreds of restaurants, takeaways and pubs across Leeds have been handed one-star scores for food hygiene - meaning major improvements are required.

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Burger King

1,000 jobs at risk at Burger King franchises - including four outlets in Yorkshire

Up to 1,000 jobs are at risk after Burger King franchisees, which run branches across the country, were forced to call in the administrators.
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IN THE PINK: Magnolia sargentiana in all its glory.

Gardening: Pretty in pink

Sometimes, plants need a rest; they have performed magnificently – to the point of exhaustion – and they know when it’s time to take time for themselves.


Pub review: The Red Lion, Shadwell, Leeds

BESIDE the back door, a wicker basket packed with blankets is a thoughtful touch which says much about the Red Lion.

PIC: Simon Hulme

Photo essay: Leeds street food restaurant on the road to success

IT’S the Leeds restaurant that lets diners grab a taste of the frenetic and gaudy world of Bangkok street food without all the fuss of travelling 6,000 miles to Thailand.

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