Sick of fast fashion? Here are five ways to make your wardrobe more sustainable

Clare Press, fashion writer and editor, described this as her "canary in the coalmine moment" — the point at which she decided to become a passionate advocate of slow fashion.

She cites a study from 2006 that found British women were consuming four times as many clothes as their 1980 counterparts, and sending 30kg of textiles and clothing to landfill annually.

Who is Cecilia Keil?

Like many designers, it took Keil a long time for the breakthrough.

Her very first engagement as a designer was creating the wardrobe for Miss Samoa in 1996.

And something which started off as a hobby has brought her far from her kitchen table, onto local and regional runways and eventually the big jump to the red carpets of Hollywood.

Harper Beckham is now a trademark

The fashion designer has registered "Harper Beckham" with intellectual property authorities in Britain and Europe.

It'll allow her to bring out branded products including toys and clothing, and also protects Harper's name in the entertainment industry.

The names of Victoria and David Beckham's three other children have also been registered.

The application, filed on 22 December, says Victoria is the holder of the rights as parent and guardian.

Trump's modelling agency 'closing down'

In a leaked email supposedly seen by the New York Post and Mother Jones, Trump Models' president Corinne Nicolas allegedly reveals the closure to staff.

Last week, employees said the agency was operating as normal, but this new email claims the organisation wants to focus on their other businesses.

'Fake' fur sold on UK high street found to contain cat fur

Featured on a pair of pink high heeled shoes, the fur had been advertised as fake.

Animal rights campaigners Humane Society International (HSI) and Sky News discovered the fur, after a tip-off from a concerned customer.

Missguided says it has a strict no fur policy and removed them from sale after being informed of the findings.

They are now planning on launching an internal investigation with suppliers.

The European Union bans the sale of cat and dog fur.

The biggest game changer in African fashion is...the internet

In 2014, when Beyoncé was spotted wearing a skirt and jacket from South African brand Kisua, it sold out in days. The musician's stylist had come across the brand online.

"The internet is a great leveler," says Kisua's Ghanaian founder Samuel Mensah. "The speed with which you can access markets and can generate awareness about your brand is unprecedented in the history of fashion."

H&M is going to start making clothes out of poop

As part of a sweeping plan to be 100 percent sustainable by 2040, H&M has invested in a wide variety of inventive products that are more environmentally conscious, including something people are calling "poop fabric." And, yeah, it's basically what it sounds like. Gross, right?!

Fashion label Magpie Goose showcases traditional Top End Aboriginal paint

Artist Mario Munkara points out the different design elements of the printed ceremonial pukumani burial poles, representing various styles of body painting and scarification used during funeral ceremonies.

"They used to have the scars around their chests, and the ladies used to have it on their breasts and shoulder," he says.

"Pukumani pole is traditional way for us when we carve, to think about our sorrow and the person who passed away."

The White House just released Melania Trump's first official portrait

On Monday, the White House released Melania Trump's first official portrait as first lady of the United States — and Trump's already made it her new Twitter profile pic.

Meet the model with cat eye syndrome

The rare disorder gives her a "cat-like" appearance, which got the attention of British fashion photographer Nick Knight.

He first spotted the 29-year-old from Seattle on Instagram and she's since starred in V Magazine.

"It's been the most beautiful whirlwind of my life," she tells Newsbeat.

Cat eye syndrome is also called Schmid-Fraccaro syndrome.