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While we may have endured unseasonably cold weather these
last few weeks, we have it on good authority (our dreams)
that the sun will soon be shining.

In anticipation, here at Debenhams we've been taking the
time to see what's in store on the fashion front - and the
latest arrivals are much to our liking. See for yourselves
with the debut of our latest TV ad, with a little help from
our Designers at Debenhams. From chic collections to sexy
swimwear - we'll help you make a stylish splash.

On the home front we're focusing on interior trends while,
in the spirit of going away, we've rounded up a capsule
collection for several holiday destinations - for all the family.
Worried you won't be able to fit it all in your suitcase?
We show you how it's done, detailing what to pack.

The usual suspects are all here for this, issue 4 of the
Debenhams magazine, with new season Hot Lists and Get
the Looks, this time with a focus on summer style and party perfect
occasionwear. Headed to the races? Our £99 suit is
certainly one for the boys, and we predict the ladies will be
racing to Debenhams, snapping up some summer fashions
and winning in the style stakes.

It's goodbye rainclouds (finally) and hello bright blue skies as
summer is made fabulous, only at Debenhams.

Summer is in the air, with Debenhams womenswear collections
looking hot for the months ahead.

A regular feature of Debenhams magazine, here we showcase
the must-have trends and must-shop items to update your
wardrobe with new season style.

It's summertime, so dress to
impress in beautiful designs that
take fashion to the max.

Collection dress £38
Coming soon

The hottest holiday trends are
under our gaze at the moment,
as we eye up the accessories
we've fallen in love with for
sexy summer style.

J by Jasper Conran top £28

J by Jasper Conran bottom £16
Coming soon

With the summer party season - from weddings to races to garden parties galore
- now in full swing, we showcase how to RSVP with some serious summer star style.

We were more than a little bit
envious when we spied this green
floral dress on model-turned-actress
Krysten Ritter. When it comes to
style, the star of Breaking Bad is
clearly all good.

In her gorgeous gold sequin
dress, Charlize Theron more than
deserves her Academy Award
- we actually believe it should
have been for 'Best Dressed'.

Actress Sienna Miller stuns in this
sexy blue mini dress, with shiny
accessories providing her own
special brand of Stardust.

We're styled and set for any occasion, with designs
that are destined to take our summer style into full
fashion bloom - and every party worth its invite.

In the last year alone at Debenhams, our
womenswear team has introduced the
fabulous Jenny Packham to the Designers at
Debenhams portfolio, brought the addition
to Edition of Marios Schwab and now, with
great excitement, we welcome celebrated
milliner Stephen Jones with a new and
exclusive range - Top Hat.

So who is Stephen Jones? Those not aware of his style
credentials must surely have had their own heads buried under
(not-so-stylish) hats for many a fashion season, with Stephen
a regular collaborator with the industry's most influential
designers such as Marc Jacobs, Giles Deacon, Christian Dior
and Comme des Garcons. Not a bad CV, it has to be said.

Often hailed as the best milliner in the world, Stephen's
fashion fans and followers include Italian Vogue's Anna Piaggi
and Hamish Bowles of Vogue USA, with celebrity followers
such as Kylie Minogue, Dita von Teese and Beyonce. We've
already started looking out for a celeb or two rocking a piece
from Top Hat.

A fraction of the usual price for a Stephen Jones creation,
Top Hat consists of hats, fascinators - not to mention a select
few occasion handbags and clutches - each presenting fine
craftsmanship, remaining true to the trademark couture style
of Stephen Jones - and the Designers at Debenhams brand.

Enviable style, at the drop of a hat.

Summer is destined to be made fabulous this year,
with our latest TV campaign currently showcasing
a sneak peek of new season style.

John Rocha shows us how to dress it up for the casual look, while Jenny
Packham, Jasper Conran and Jonathan Saunders flaunt their flair for
summertime glamour. With designs this fabulous summer will surely
follow suit, so make sure you've got yours, with the SS13 ad presenting
Matthew Williamson and Floozie swimwear that's well worth dipping
into your purse for.

Make sure your summer is made fabulous
- only at Debenhams.

All my work is inspired by texture and
details and spring/summer '13 captures
this so beautifully.

I love the patchwork broderie white dress
that features in the spring campaign, and
my cutwork navy cotton voile dress is a
perfect way to work the bicolour trend.
The petal shift is also a beautiful piece.

There is a scene, at Ascot, from My Fair
Lady, which has inspired the strong
graphic feel that is evident in the
full-skirted organza dress.

To me this piece represents occasion
dressing at its most chic.

The Butterfly by Matthew Williamson
collection this summer is all about
easy, relaxed glamour.

The collection is made up of easy-to
wear shapes, perfect for the summer
wardrobe.

Our signature girly spot and also a new
digital fairground print are key pieces to
look out for. Sadie and I will definitely be
wearing the collection - we really think
there's a style to suit every shape and size.
Really happy, easy pieces that are cool
and different.

Our daughters Iris and Edie are an endless
source of inspiration and, of course, Cara
Delevigne - she is so summer '13.

For SS13 I was thinking of glamorous garden
parties and looking into florals and fresh prints.
I was keen to mix pale pastel tones with punchier
brights to balance the collection.

A stylish woman demonstrates attention to detail
and self-awareness. The perfect accessory should
enhance the perfect outfit. The perfect outfit
should make you feel desirable.

The key pieces are the jacquard dress
and pencil skirt, showing a great mix
between feminine silhouettes and
graphic pattern.

Pack your bags - we're all going on a summer holiday.
From sandy beaches to city skylines, we've sorted out your
wardrobes for every eventuality and many a destination.

Are you ready to join the style high club?

Play the unpredictable British weather at
its own game with an assortment of layers,
from playsuits to polos and denim jackets,
plus an ever-so-handy man bag to hide
that holiday-spirit spoiling brolly.

Be bright and beautiful for
the beach, with neon colours,
vivid patterns and sexy shorts
for him and her.

Ladies will be sophisticated in
skirts and men will be charming
in chinos, looking cool and chic
for a city summer break.

No matter how gorgeous we are, we ladies tend to be internally
programmed to dislike parts of our body, if not all of it. Our bums are
too big, hips too wide or waist too narrow - we're never satisfied.

When it comes to liking what we see in the mirror, it doesn't have to
mean anything complicated and time consuming such as going on a
diet or starting an intensive workout regime. It would be incredibly
boring if we all looked like supermodels - the secret is to embrace
who we are, and what we've got.

The lady with an apple
shaped body tends to have
broad shoulders compared to
narrow hips. She has enviably
slim legs, tending to be larger
in the bust area.

Pears tend to be slim on top,
curvy on the bottom, with
hips wider than the bust area
- think of this shape as similar
to hourglass, without the
ample cleavage.

Rectangle shapes boast a
waist measurement that is less
than 9 inches smaller than the
hips or bust, with any extra
weight evenly distributed
about the frame.

The hip and bust are almost of
equal size with a narrow waist
- think Marilyn Monroe and
sexy 50s starlets and you're
on the right track.

When it comes to the art of dressing, it isn't so much getting
into shape that counts as much as knowing your shape.
What should you wear for yours? Read on to find out...

Apple shapes should avoid
patterns on top, as a rule,
with above the knee lengths
preferable when it comes to
dresses and skirts.

Pears should opt for A-line or
flared skirts, no pleats or side
pockets for these add to the
hip area. Jackets work well,
as do deeper necklines and
revealing the shoulders.

Detail on hips is fabulous;
patterns, embellishments
etc. Flared skirts and wrap
dresses create shape, as do
jackets with slight shoulder
padding - not circa 1980.

Work that waist in dresses with
big belts. Strike a balance in
outfits that have the same
volume on top and bottom,
showing off those good legs
with any length skirt.

Following on from our Man vs Fashion
feature last issue, this time around we've
expanded the concept, asking our boys for
their point of view - before comparing with
that of a fashionable female.

Moving on from day-to-day trends, for issue
4 we asked for opinions on quirky, standout
style. Fabulous or frightening?
Beautiful or bonkers?

Two men and a lady have their say...

Looks like she got caught in a thrift
shop avalanche, a rather feminine
floral contrast to her usual edgy look.
Very sloppy Gaga - love the hat and
glasses though.

This reminds me of a six-year old playing
dress-up in mummy's cast offs. Huge dress,
huge bag, huge hat, huge sunglasses just
peeking out from under the enormous
flouncy marquee of a pregnancy smock.
I imagine the bag contains a large quantity
of Stickle Bricks and some Play-Doh.
Better than a meat dress anyway.

Too fussy. The dress would be pretty
if the sleeves were simple. It's fresh
and summery but the hat needs to
go. And don't get me started on
the glasses!

The woman can do no wrong in my
eyes. Although very layered and
uneven styling, it fits her and her image.
She's never desperate to follow trends
and her use of a variety of fabrics to
create an outfit is great. Viva la Viv.

On a younger woman, this would be
preposterous. On Vivienne Westwood, it
seems almost regal, and you can't help but
admire the "don't care" attitude to old age
and convention. Having said that, it's her
who is making the outfit and not the other
way around. Barking, but a legend.

Some of her clothes are good, pity
she never wears those. This just isn't
flattering. It's too 'try hard'. A different
jacket might help but, on the whole,
not a good look.

Love following the trends, but hate how much fashion can fritter
away you finances? Trust us - clothes don't have to be costly.

In a bid to prove to you (plus our husbands, boyfriends, dads, etc)
that it doesn't take much to make us fashion fabulous, we decided
to style three looks, at three different prices. From casual to cor blimey,
here we showcase the real price of fashion...

Great style doesn't have to be
high maintenance. Simply throw on
this bright little number, add a pair
of flip flops and, quick as a fashion
flash, you'll be set for summer.

Lovers of vintage fashion should throw
on this gorgeous little orange blossom
print tea dress. Add a wide-brimmed
hat and simple sandals, with a glass
of pimms for good measure, for
quintessential garden party style.

This Début dress will be a
stunning addition to any summer
wedding guest list. Add a spot of
sparkle and a simple clutch to be
sure your outfit is a classy affair.

Funny, quirky and more than a little bit fabulous, we've
got a huge fashion crush on one of our Designers at
Debenhams, Mr Henry Holland.

With his latest collection for summer '13 currently heating
up our wardrobes, we took the time to get on the blower to
Henry to find out what's next for H! by Henry Holland -
and the man himself.

Q: You initially studied journalism... so how did you
then come to be one of Britain's hottest designers?

A: I started making tees while I was still working in magazines and they
took off really quickly, so my hobby fast became my job. I was so lucky.
I just saw an opportunity and thought I should explore it as far as I
could and I'm still here! I never thought I would be.

Q: You've done a few bits of TV/presenting work recently -
is there another career you may turn your talents to?
Is Henry the Hollywood star next on the list?

A: My acting is terrible so I doubt Hollywood is calling... I do miss
writing and would love to do some more of that again in the future.

Q: Maybe we can get you to write something for the next issue
then? From working on magazines to meeting the Queen, you've
had quite the life so far - can you name one stand-out moment?

A: It's really hard to choose one moment of your life that is momentous.
I'm so thrilled to be able to do what I do every day and work with my best
mates that, at the risk of sounding a bit smug, I suppose I'm just chuffed to
be where I am. The shows every Fashion Week are always stand out and the
proudest, scariest, thrilling and nerve wracking element of what I do.

Q: You recently showcased House of Holland AW13
at LFW. We once read that you feel everyone teases
you for looking silly when you take your bow -
have you perfected your catwalk look yet?

A: I don't think so... You just feel so self-conscious in
that moment and it doesn't help that you are about four
stone heavier than all the other people that have just
walked out onto the catwalk.

Q: Speaking of stand-out moments, we can't wait for
the new H! by Henry Holland collection at Debenhams.
Last spring/summer season was tropicana and parrots -
what can we expect for 2013?

A: We have a masculine/feminine story - some more sportswear
than usual and, of course, some more amazing knitwear that I
can't wait for you to see.

Q: Catwalk appearances aside, your style always looks
cool - what would you not ever be seen in?

A: A skirt?! I'm pretty up for trying anything.

Q: Is there any item of clothing/one trend for women
that you feel should be sent to fashion cupboard 101?

A: There are quite a few but I wouldn't like to say because
I'm sure I'll offend someone!

We see you as the kind of guy who's effortlessly
'cool'.... so what's your take on the below:

Q: Fake tan or pale & interesting?
A: I prefer natural - if you're tanned then embrace it,
but if you're pale then play to that too.
Q: Heels or flats?
A: Heels
Q: Hair extensions or pixie crop?
A: Pixie crop
Q: Blonde, brunette or redhead?
A: All three - not all at once on the same head though!
Q: Dressed down or dressed up?
A: Dressed down

So there you have it. To work a look as cool as Henry's simply
be natural, work it in heels, crop your hair and play around with
the hair dye... And wear H! by Henry Holland, of course.

This month we have a bumper beauty issue. Our Beauty Club Award
Winners for 2013 have now been announced so you can shop your
favourites in every category including fragrance, skincare, make up
and body. Recreate the latest looks from the runway with a selection of
unique products by Dior that have been used by their backstage experts.
Plus, I caught up with Louise Redknapp and Stella McCartney to find
out more about their latest new products.

Stella McCartney has always inspired me with her unrivalled
creative vision as a fashion designer, with her entrepreneurial
skills and her passion for raising social awareness, so I was
super excited when I was invited to attend the launch of her
new fragrance L.I.L.Y Absolute.

Greeted with Elderflower drinks at the Stella McCartney
Boutique in Chelsea I eagerly awaited the arrival of Stella
whilst meandering through all the gorgeousness in the store.

I have always been a fan of Stella and her debut fragrance Eau
de Parfum by Stella McCartney is a permanent feature of my
fragrance wardrobe so I was curious as to how the new L.I.L.Y
Absolute would compare.

Stella arrived looking effortlessly chic in just a pair of
jeans and a blazer. In the flesh she is simply stunning and
she has this innate ability to wow a crowd with her
incredible sense of humour.

But, would the new fragrance be just as impressive as Stella
herself? L.I.L.Y, if you don't know is a scent that was inspired
by her mother and the name L.I.L.Y was her father's pet name
for her mother (Linda I Love You). The top note is Lily of the
Valley, Stella's favourite fragrance note which also featured in
her wedding bouquet. Stella has now taken L.I.L.Y to a whole
new level by playing with contrasting notes. Whereas the original
L.I.L.Y is a very feminine scent she reveals a new masculine
side to her latest new fragrance.

I highly recommend this fragrance and the best bit...
it's perfect for day, night and special occasions. So, if you're
a spicy/oriental fragrance lover L.I.L.Y Absolute is this
season's must-have scent.

We're excited to reveal the winners of our Beauty
Club Awards 2013
. This year Debenhams Beauty
Club teamed up with Glamour Magazine, Britain's
Number One Women's Monthly Magazine and
we'd like to thank each and every one of you who
took part in voting for your favourite products.

Over 27,000 votes were submitted and our panel
of expert judges, including Claudia Mahoney -
GLAMOUR's Executive Fashion & Beauty Editor has
now deliberated and we're pleased to announce
this year's winners. We'd also like to take this
opportunity to congratulate Chanel Mademoiselle
for being a winner for the 3rd year running.

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This year Claudia Mahoney, Glamour
Magazine's Executive Fashion & Beauty
Editor joined the Debenhams Beauty Club
Awards judging panel and after weeks
of deliberating our judges have picked
all your favourite winners. From skincare
essentials to make up must-haves you can
now view the winning products in each
category including make up, fragrance,
skincare and body.

Dior brings to you its Backstage Experts,
born behind the scenes of the fashion
shows in Paris and designed by the
worlds best Makeup artists.

Discover a selection of unique specialist
products for your face, eyes, lips and nails.

Keep posted on the best tricks, tips and
techniques for Dior's Backstage Products
upcoming on the Debenhams Beauty
Club Blog.

Louise Redknapp's Wild about Beauty make up range has
caused a wow since its launch in September 2012. With
high-performance, skin nourishing formulas, gorgeous
colour pallets in packaging that's just to die for, her new
range has certainly got us going wild.

I managed to grab a coffee with the lovely Louise and found
out what treats Wild about Beauty has for us with their
Spring/Summer 2013 Collection, her work with the Born
Free Foundation and who she sees as a natural beauty.

We're loving Wild about Beauty, what
inspired you to launch your own make-up range?

I co-founded Wild about Beauty with international
make-up artist Kim Jacob. When I was pregnant with my
first son, Charley, I developed a skin pigmentation on my
face where darker patches started to appear. I searched
for products that would conceal the patches without
making me feel like I was wearing heavy make-up, but
I couldn't find anything on the market that fulfilled my
needs. Around that time I was on a magazine cover shoot
with Kim, she showed me a different way to apply my
make-up and used products that I had never seen before.
That's where it all began.

The Wild about Beauty range offers products that
create a fantastic natural look, where did the idea
come from to take the range in this direction?

I'm a big advocate of 'less is more' when it comes to
make-up; coupled with Kim's holistic approach it was a
natural step for us to produce a high performing makeup
range that offers women a choice of products to give
them confidence to create a beautiful natural look.
It's about looking good and feeling good and our makeup
is paraben-free, skin- nourishing, packed with natural
ingredients and easy to use - perfect for the woman on
the go...I think that's every woman!

I've had a sneak preview of your fabulous SS
collection, where did the inspiration come for
those gorgeous golden tones of the Safari
Nights/ Born Free palette?

The Safari Nights palette was inspired by the sun
kissed plains of Africa and is packed with golden hues
in powder and cream eyeshadows with complementary
nude and bronze highlight, blush and lip colours.
From every purchase of the palette £4.00 will go to the
Born Free Lion Proof Boma project. With just 2,000
lions left roaming in the wild in Kenya, this and so many
other Born Free projects, are crucial to preventing the
extinction of this noble animal.

How did you become involved with
the Born Free Foundation?

It's no secret how much I love animals,
I think my two British Bulldogs Benny
and Bella are testament to that, they
completely rule the household! Last year
I felt very privileged to be asked by the
Born Free Foundation to become a patron
of their charity. With the launch of Safari
Nights it's brought two of my passions
together.

What other gems does the SS collection hold?
My eye is never far from the catwalk and our SS limited
edition nail varnish in Flora (Coral), Martin (Bronze)
and Tanwen (Green) promises to complement this
season's wardrobe trends.

What can we look forward to from Wild about
Beauty in the coming months?

There's loads of new great products with some really
new exciting shades from aubergine to mid blue duos
and great new nail colours to tie in with the S/S and
A/W fashion trends.

Who would you say is a natural beauty?
I admire women like Helena Christensen and Yasmin
Le Bon, I love their effortless look, it's simple, classic,
beautiful.

Looking back, do you have any 'did I really
wear my make-up like that' moments?

Being in Eternal we had a host of make-up artists that
travelled with us and each of them would apply make-up
differently. I went from wearing barely any make-up to
spending over an hour in the make-up chair. By the time
the make-up artist had finished I just about recognised
myself - it was a little scary at 20!

The world of business has generated some
incredible, successful women with a strong
company ethos, who would you say has been
an inspiration?

I love businesses that are created from a personal
perspective. I have great admiration for Julie Dean
who started the Cambridge Satchel Company. She
discovered her daughter was being bullied at school
and vowed to move her to a new one but couldn't
afford the fees. She needed to find a way to raise funds
and decided on making satchels. From working around
her kitchen table her company has grown in to a multi
million business today.

We've selected some of the coolest gear you can get your hands on
as we leave spring behind and look forward to a great summer.

With great shirts, jackets, trousers and accessories, 2013 is looking up.

Diversity, that's what we love about male actors and we've got three of the very best. James
Franco is fast becoming everyone's favourite actor. From his latest fantastical Oz the Great &
Powerful, Franco has also directed 20 titles so far, with more on the horizon. Nathan Stewart-
Jarrett is just starting out but has already starred in the brilliant Misfits and dark Utopia. Then
we have Stanley Tucci. The man who has starred in theatre, TV, film, animation and delivers
outstanding performances in each. And with each actor comes a certain style. Confident,
personal and stylish. In short, we love them and their work.

This classic look is great for so
many occasions, and gives off a
relaxed, easy feel. It is, however,
not that hard to go wrong, so stick
with Debenhams and we'll steer
you in the right direction. We have
everything you need

The star of E4's hit supernatural
drama Misfits looks anything but
when he steps onto a red carpet.
He was recently seen in the
Channel 4 drama, Utopia. N S-J
stays casual with dark blue shoes
and light, grey trousers. He finishes
the look wth a simple white t-shirt
and cool shades.
Who's the misfit now?

We love Stanley's effortless formal
look; even more so as it perfectly
matches our Red Herring Red Line
range. Keep it simple with a white
shirt, black tie and shoes, and
we've thrown in a bracelet watch
for good measure.

Narrower at the shoulders and waist for a
more fitted look, tailored suits are ideal for
smarter occasions.

Lay your pocket square flat like a diamond. Fold the bottom
corner up to the top just to the left of the top corner.

Next, fold the left side towards the right, and up to the right
of the "middle petal".

Now, fold the right side straight across into the left. To finish,
tuck as needed and place your pocket square into your
suit pocket.

Straight fitting through the body, regular fit
suits are perfect for any shape.

Lay your pocket square flat with the two top
corners horizontal. Initially, fold the left side
over the right side.

Then fold the bottom up just short of the top.
To finish, tuck as needed and place your
pocket square into your suit pocket.

Cut closer to the body, slim fit suits are the
perfect shape for a narrower frame.

Lay your pocket square flat with one corner facing
up and one corner facing down.

Fold the bottom corner up and just to the left of
the top corner, then fold left side towards the right.

To finished fold the right side towards the left, then
tuck as needed and place your pocket square in
your jacket pocket.

These grey canvas plimsoll trainers from F.F.P. have brown
leather look panels and lace fastenings.

From Red Herring, these plum coated leather loafers
are detailed with heavy stitched trims and have two
decorative tassels at the top of the foot.

These men's boat shoes from Maine New England
come in navy with brown panels, a stitched apron
front and lace fastenings.

These Ben Sherman tan suede shoes have soft
structures and contrasting red soles.

These men's slip-on shoes from Red Herring have a
stitched canvas upper with a camouflage design
and a white contrast sole. They have a perforated
insole for breathability and are detailed with a
rear pull tab.

Adidas BBNEO Skool lo have been inspired by classic
basketball shoes. They feature a canvas upper, synthetic
leather 3 stripes and a hexagon pattern outsole with
decorative heel clip, which is new for Spring / Summer.

These brown trainers from Skechers are styled in
leather-look material with padded canvas ankles
and debossed logo detailing on the outer sides.

These beige leather and faux leather panelled
'Tokuten' trainers from Onitsuka have dark red
wavy stripes appliqued along the sides, navy lining
and brown soles.

These grey trainers from Call It Spring are made
from diagonal textured material with faux leather
pull tabs at the back, grey laces and brown soles.

These navy flip flops from Mantaray have grid-textured lining
with cream oversized logo detailing and matching cream
canvas straps with navy fabric logo tabs at the centre.

Since its first factory was opened in El Paso in
1920 Farah has gone from strength to strength.
It's a brand that is recognised the world over
and has had a massive say in UK fashion.

Its new '1920' range is a permenant addition
following the success of the 1920 Anniversary
collection. The 'Classic' clothing range is a
nod to days gone by and brought right
up-to-date.

John Rocha's spring/summer range has
the perfect mix of easy to wear casuals
and trendy formals. Highlights are
the repeated floral prints, light cream
knitwear and faded striped polos.

There's a great range of accessories
to finish the looks, including a stylish

yet functional doctor's bag (ideal for
weekends away) and these glazed
dark red brogues, finished with a
Goodyear Welt sole, are built to last
and sure to impress.

John Rocha CBE is a Hong Kong born
fashion designer of Chinese and Portuguese
descent who is based in Ireland.

Rocha resides in Dublin, Ireland with his wife
Odette (née Gleeson), who is a key member
of his design team, and their two children,
Simone and Max. Rocha has a second,
older daughter, Zoe, from his first marriage
to another Irish woman, Eily Doolan.

With good weather set to return (soon, we
promise) now is the time to think about any
garden furniture you might need for
the summer.

Whether it's a family picnic or a full on
barbeque make sure you're
prepared to be the host
with the most.

British wall decoration company Graham & Brown was
founded by two friends, Harold Graham and Henry Brown
in 1946. Today Graham & Brown is at the forefront of home
decoration, still based in Blackburn producing designer
wallpaper, wall art and paint. As well as its own in-house
design team Graham & Brown work with some of the most
iconic designers of our time including Barbara Hulanicki,
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Kelly Hoppen and Amy Butler.

Gadgets and accessories for the home are so
varied, the choice can be baffling.

We've selected three of the best products for each
of the following areas: coffee makers, audio, kitchen
appliances, household appliances & personal care.

This 'Magnifica' bean to cup coffee
machine from Delonghi is made with an
integrated ceramic burr coffee grinder,
which boasts a generous 13 grinder settings
for the preparation of freshly ground coffee,
and a steam arm for frothing.

Pint-sized yet powerful, this Krups 'KP150940
Gusto Genio Titanium' coffee machine
works with a 15 bar pressure to create
coffee shop quality espresso at home,
using pods, which are available in over 26
fantastic flavours.

The attractive and affordable cream
Nespresso CitiZ combines sophisticated
technology and an ease of use that allows
you to enjoy the finest espresso in the
comfort of your own kitchen.

Listen to your music streamed live from
your Apple or Android device or live radio
with this ?Sensia 200D Connect' wireless
audio system from Pure which has a
large colour touchscreen to add another
dimension to your music collection.

From Jawbone comes this innovative
'J2011-03-UNTL' big 'JamBox' speaker
which is the only speaker in the world that
allows you to download content, apps
and software updates.

These X-Mini capsule speakers come with
ceramic drivers to deliver crisp and clear
audio results and boast an impressive 18
hours battery time for portable playbuck.

Two speeds and five settings including fast
slicing, thin or thick shredding, grating and
dicing, this Fresh Express Max processor
from Tefal makes food preparation quick
and easy.

This 800W 'KM353 Classic Chef' food
processor draws close inspiration from
older 'Kenwood Chef' models and has a
generous 4.6L capacity.

The perfect versatile investment for people
who like to cook and entertain with more
than ten extra attachments, including a
dough blade, an egg whisk, slicing and
grating discs.

The DC39 Animal is a full-size Dyson Ball
cylinder vacuum for powerful dirt and pet
hair removal. It turns on the spot and more
easily follows the user's path.

This versatile, powerful '720020' 9-in-1
steam cleaner from Morphy Richards
works in both upright and handheld
mode, on a range of different surfaces,
including carpets, tiles and grouting,
work surfaces, hobs and upholstery.

AirRam is a new design of cordless vacuum
cleaner, with mains vacuum performance.
Change the way you clean your home
forever. Faster, easier and
more convenient.

This black 'HC365C Remington Stylist'
twenty-five piece set comes with an array
of accessories for easy, comfortable hair
styling, including sectioning clips,
a hairdresser's cape, scissors and
a neck brush.

The Philips 'Sonicare AirFloss HX8111'
helps you to get a deep clean every day
without the hassle of flossing. The fine brush
is intended to clear away bacteria from all
awkward-to-reach places.

This Gillette Venus 'Naked Skin' designed
by Braun is a hair removal device which
you can use from home. It includes an
Activating V Gel and has a Skin Tone
Sensor for a customized level of treatment.

Tablet PCs are the must-have item for 2013. But do you know your
bytes from your pixels and does the price of a tablet have to be
hard to swallow?

We've selected three tablets, which are suitable for a beginner to
an expert, which demonstrate great tablets at great prices.

This seven inch screen tablet comes with a
punchy 8GB of internal storage and Android
4.1. Plus it has expandable memory up to
32GB, ideal if you're taking television shows
or films on long journeys.

With Android's Jelly Bean OS on board this
Archos won't let you down. With a 5 megapixel
camera and memory expandable up to
64GB it will do what want, and more.

Packs an impressive 2048 x 1536 screen
resolution, 32GB storage and 9.7" screen.
With multi-touch screen and 10 hour
battery life, it's ideal for taking to the
office or on holiday.

They may only be small, but that doesn't mean they
won't have a big love for fashion...

Dress them up in occasionwear
fit for a princess and see their
style shine brighter than the
summer sun.

Rocha. John Rocha dress £40
Coming Soon

When it comes to the summer holidays, kit kids out in
the latest fashions - fit for their fun and games.

Packing the family off on holiday? From tiny toddlers to
fashion-conscious tweens and teens, we've got a range,
or several, guaranteed to get them raring to go.

Colourful, cute and, above all, comfortable,
our fabulous range of crocs will make for
stylish steps at playtime.

Always centre stage for fashion, our
Debenhams diary gives you a sneak peek
of what goes on behind the scenes.

Channel your inner Ibizan beach babe
with this bold and beautiful jewellery set
from Butterfly by Matthew Williamson.

The ideal accessory to take summer fashion to
a funky new level, we're feeling so bright about
the season ahead, we're giving away four of
this fabulous set. All you have to do is visit the
Debenhams blog and enter your details...

And wait for the sunshine.

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