Arts:Fashion & Beauty
Because pregnancy style really does exist
Until recently, ‘pregnancy fashion’ was something of an oxymoron. It’s one of the small indignities of fashion that pregnancy — a time when many women feel their most womanly -- can also be the point at which women are least served by brands. But a growing group of pregnancy-compatible labels is seeking to change that. Listen in as we introduce the brands rewriting the rules of maternity style.
Also in today’s episode, Emily Cronin, Charlie Gowans-Eglinton and Sonia Haria talk about a very royal wedding gown scandal and receive a dispatch from the front lines of the cruise shows, direct from Lisa Armstrong in Cannes. Plus, cut-price beauty secrets and what we’re excited about this week. Visit telegraph.co.uk/fashion-unzipped-podcast and send questions and feedback to email@example.com.
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