Jo Malone, Liberty London, Elemis and Charlotte Tilbury are just some of the leading beauty brands who are serving up advent calendars this year.
From foot-long pigs in blankets to Brussels sprout flavoured tea, these are the most bonkers items to add to your shopping list this year.
From the capital's must-see exhibition to spooky cinema screenings this Halloween, these are the UK events to circle in your calendar.
Also included in the Christmas range will be Methuselah Prosecco, luxury caviar, and a chocolate carousel.
It's that time of the year again - Orchard Road lights up for Christmas. This year's theme follows an "Endless Wonder" of fun and fantasy, featuring light displays and interactive installations. Starting from Tanglin Mall and ending at Plaza Singapura, the streets will be lit up from 3pm every day. Nine malls will also be competing for the "Best Dressed Building contest", and the public can vote for their favourite building on the Orchard Road website. The Christmas light-up runs from now till 1 January 2018. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Christmas is already here at ION Orchard, with Basement 2 of the mall transformed into a train terminal while the Christmas tree dazzles above ground. Decorated by Pandora and featuring 72 rose gold snowflakes and over 130,000 fairy lights, the 20m-tall ION Orchard Christmas tree also allows shoppers and visitors along Orchard Road to walk in and experience an animated winter wonderland. The ION Sky observation deck on Level 56 also unveiled a new look, which aims to educate visitors on Orchard Road’s humble beginnings as a collection of nutmeg farms, spice gardens and fruit orchards in the 1830s.
'Tis the season for celebrities to get into the Christmas spirit, which means over-the-top trees, gifts, and getups. The sexy Santa look has definitely become a trend, but others would rather stay warm and comfy in ugly Christmas sweaters. Take a look at the stars who have been dressing for a very merry holiday.
In this episode of the web series Binging with Babish, Oliver Babish (the probably-West Wing-inspired alias of director Andrew Rea) cooks a delectable pasta dish, then covers it in dessert toppings, Buddy the Elf-style. The chef notes that the finished product is “oddly beautiful in a David Lynch movie kind of way,” but also “far and away the most disgusting thing” he’s ever made.
Cruz Beckham in his “If Everyday Was Christmas” music video. Cruz Beckham is seriously giving us some Justin Bieber meets that cute kid from Love Actually vibes. The 11-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham just released a music video for his new single “If Every Day Was Christmas.” Cruz recently signed with Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun and all proceeds of this holiday jingle will support Global’s Make Some Noise.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! See how celebs from Coco Austin to Kelly Clarkson to Drake to Maria Carey have been decking the halls at home.
Holiday films are filled with memorable fashion moments. There are those fabulous giant feather fans in the “Sisters” scene of White Christmas, Ralphie’s pink bunny pajamas and Coke bottle glasses in A Christmas Story, Cameron Diaz’s absurd variety of outerwear in The Holiday, and the devil horns Alan Rickman’s temptress secretary wears in Love, Actually. But, for me, no ugly sweater or sexy Santa outfit can even come close to my personal Christmas movie style icon: The Ghost of Christmas Past from 1992′s classic The Muppet Christmas Carol. This ghastly little gal’s got it all: The alabaster complexion and ginger hair of Julianne Moore, the dainty hands of an American Girl doll, the speaking voice of a young Hermione Granger, the floating capabilities of a jellyfish, and an all-white outfit that legit looks straight off some Parisian haute couture runway.
Put off that yogurt and granola for January and try your hand at an airy, fluffy, swirly cinnamon bun (or one of its yeasted cousins) instead. Fun to make, fun to eat, and fun to admire, these 12 recipes are sure to have your head spinning (in the best way possible).
It’s the most wonderful time of the year—yes, because of family and holiday cheer and all that jazz, but really because you can eat cake and cream and sugar for breakfast and have it be completely, totally normal. So take advantage: Eat your sticky buns and waffles and French toast and coffee cake for breakfast, and have seconds. Feed them to your family proudly. It’s time to celebrate the season—starting with the most important meal of the day