Fashion & Beauty
Writer and editor with extensive experience in the fields of style and beauty.
Former Fashion Features Director at the Telegraph Magazine, Tamsin is a writer and editor with extensive experience in the fields of style and beauty, with a particular passion for ethical fashion. She is author of several books, including ‘Fashion & Graphics’ and ‘Green is the New Black’.
Tamsin Blanchard guides us through the latest trends to update your favourite looks for spring ’17
Forget new year’s resolutions you’ll never keep, set yourself achievable challenges to make a real difference, says Tamsin Blanchard
Love that party dress but everyone’s seen it too many times before?Tamsin Blanchard has tips for evergreen party chic with added shimmer.
Stay warm but still look stylish, with Tamsin Blanchard’s nifty tips for mixing your knits.
Tamsin Blanchard looks at the how the fashion weeks, from Milan to London, have inspired what we’ll be doing with our own looks over the coming AW season.
Tamsin Blanchard celebrates enduring style with a hint of rebellion – tough, iconic, versatile denim. Plus she shows you how to rock it at any age.
Tamsin Blanchard unlocks the secrets of a perfectly packed suitcase with everything you need for a stylish holiday, from the beach to the mountains.
Tamsin Blanchard checks out the best ways to maintain the look you want when you’re travelling.
Tamsin Blanchard checks out the timeless tips and the latest trends in hair care that will keep your locks luscious.
Mirror Mirror on the Wall…. Tamsin Blanchard considers how her style is changing and, importantly, what she’s very happy to leave just as it is.
Turning 50 is a cause for celebration. It means you have arrived. You know who you are (just about) and you finally know what suits you. So wear it.
Tamsin reviews the spring/summer 16 trends and checks out which key looks are most likely to step easily from catwalk to high street.
Tamsin Blanchard gives us a head to toe rundown of those little style tweaks that can make a big difference to our appearance.
Tamsin Blanchard explains why these days she has all the clothes she needs, meaning now shopping is about self-expression.