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Noelle McCarthy: Diane von Furstenberg's life less ordinary
The designer is much more than wrap dresses, wedding rings and princes.
Noelle McCarthy: It's not about size, it's about power
We live in a culture that glorifies skinny, but the consumer has the power to change it.
Noelle McCarthy: French women do get fat - and fooled
Welcome to France, where a svelte silhouette comes from a jar.
Noelle McCarthy: Things a woman doesn't need by the time she turns 30
The notion of timeless style essentials is a joke - so you might as well have fun with it.
Noelle McCarthy: The small touches that elevate the ordinary
Little ways of taking care of yourself are great for reminding yourself you have standards.
Noelle McCarthy: Losing my taste for disposable fashion
European chain stores are a complicated temptation for Noelle McCarthy.
Noelle McCarthy: The dirty business of flying long-haul
It's hard to be a high-flyer when flying high can be such a grubby process.
Noelle McCarthy: A curly girl needs friends like Rachel
In the midst of a Friends to celebrate the show's 10th anniversary, Noelle McCarthy looks back at its style legacy: the Rachel.
Noelle McCarthy: Is it fashionable to be practical?
An air of domestic capability seems to be the most sought-after accessory du jour.
Noelle McCarthy: We need to talk about Lena Dunham's shoes
All it took to turn Noelle McCarthy's feminist resolve to mush was a pair of drop-dead gorgeous shoes.
Noelle McCarthy: Being grateful for Cara Delevingne
Following supermodels on Instagram can be a tricky business - thank goodness for Cara Delevingne, writes Noelle McCarthy.
Selling Dreams: The history of fashion photography
As an exhibition looking at fashion photography opens at the Auckland Museum, Noelle McCarthy celebrates the power of the image.
Noelle McCarthy: Rapture or none, it could be a great day
If we are indeed facing the end of the world this weekend, we'd better be sure to make it count
Noelle McCarthy: Natural savagery in little girls and boys
Teens aren't the only ones who torment their peers - children are also capable of cruelty
Noelle McCarthy: Sheen's ravings sate base lust for drama
Our fascination with the sight of a celebrity drug addict reveals the nastiest part of human nature
<i>Noelle McCarthy:</i> Key to knowing NZ lies at the heart of summer
On the beach, at the bach or in deserted cities - we're not doing much at all.