|Posted 03 Jan 2017 Darleen 0 Shouts |
Fearne Cotton has taken a peek behind the scenes of the fashion industry for a revealing new video series, which will premiere on The Huffington Post UK Style in January.
Cotton will join Build series on Monday, 9th January to share some of what she learned while filming Fearne On Fashion in a live interview.
I am thrilled to be hosting this series, said Cotton. I have always been so passionate about fashion, you cant beat the buzz and excitement that it generates and the levels of creativity.
So being given the opportunity to present an online series on this topic is especially exciting.
In the 10-part series Cotton meets British designers Henry Holland, Julien Macdonald, Matthew Williamson and Pam Hogg, as well as tastemakers including singers Mollie King and Ella Eyre, and blogger Vanessa Hong.
She also shares an eye-opening insight into the chaos of Fashion Week, the virtues of vintage and what drives us to buy the latest high street trends in droves.
|Posted 01 Oct 2016 Darleen 0 Shouts |
|We've got a date. Make sure to put out your schedule and mark the date. Fearne's new book, Happy, will be out on 9th February 2017. Which means, it's not even that long until then. We're super excited for this book as it is some kind of advice thing that includes sketches and we all just love Fearne's drawing and painting, don't we? This is such good news! We can't wait for February.|
|Posted 22 Sep 2016 Darleen 0 Shouts |
Fearne Cotton, Tom Fletcher and Greg James are urging young people to seek help if they notice small but strange changes to their breasts in a powerful new campaign.
The celebrities have joined forces for CoppaFeels new campaign #GetItOffYourChest, which encourages young men and women to be mindful of unexpected signs of breast cancer such as the development of dimples, ridges and crusty nipples. It urges those who do discover worrying changes to get it off their chest by talking to someone - preferably a parent or GP - before its too late.
The charity hopes to encourage healthy relationships between young people, their bodies and their GPs in the hope that it might just save lives. Although breast cancer is less common in younger women, it still remains the most common cancer for females in the UK and kills around 11,400 people each year in the UK alone.
The campaign officially launches on Friday 16 September with a short 60-second film, aired across cinemas in the UK.
It includes appearances from Fearne Cotton, Greg James and, Tom and Giovanna Fletcher, who recite a poem highlighting the (often unexpected) symptoms of breast cancer.
CoppaFeel! said it is reaching out to young people aged between 18-24, who have been found to be least concerned about breast cancer and less likely to check themselves for any changes. The idea is that the earlier that young people are educated on breast cancer, the earlier they can develop healthy habits that they will take with them through life, arming them with the facts so they are able to spot when something isnt right and act upon it.
Young people still associate a lump or thickening in the breast as the most common symptom of breast cancer, according to the charity.
|Posted 03 Sep 2016 Darleen 0 Shouts |
|... and another year has passed. Of course, you can't really tell by looking at Fearne's beauty. Still looking gorgeous as ever. Today, the lovely broadcaster turns 35. Can you believe it?! We're wishing a very happy birthday. The busy bee she is, she's also working today. We still hope she manages to enjoy her day. Also, we're super happy she liked our birthday message on Twitter. Happy birthday, love!|
|Posted 30 Jul 2016 Darleen 0 Shouts |
She used to be the one to watch at BBC Radio 1 on a daily basis. But now, Fearne Cotton is giving the employees at BBC Radio 2 some food for thought in the fashion department, after landing another presenting job.
The 34-year-old, now a married mum-of-two, seemed to have refined her image as she arrived at the studios on Saturday morning in pink smart trousers, but kept her rocky edge in a Tee. She paired straight-cut trousers in a soft shade with a band T-shirt, tucking it in at her middle to show off her lean figure. In the style of summer, fashionable Fearne wore chunky studded sandals that complemented her bare-ankle display. And, in a characteristically cool fashion, the radio DJ offset the whole look with a kooky animal printed handbag that she swung by one side.
Fearne announced her return to the radio in May, almost one year to the day since she had her final, emotional farewell at Radio 1 after 10 years.
The mum-of-two, who has children Rex and Honey, made her debut alongside Martin Kemp in July as they fill in for Graham Norton over the summer. Since wecolming her second child with Ronnie Wood's son Jessie, Fearne says her attitude to work has changed.
Speaking to HELLO! recently, Fearne said: 'As I've gotten older what I want out of life has changed massively, and it's less about achieving things and goals and more about general wellbeing and happiness.' She added: 'If I'm feeling a bit rubbish, it can be instantly switched up by hanging with my kids, my husband or good friends.
'As I've got older I've realised it really is simple things like that, or yoga or swimming or baking whatever little hobby or ritual you need to kind of click yourself back in.'