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FASHION AND BEAUTY

6 Fashion forward Ease your spring wardrobe pains with our cure-all capsule

9 Mimi Spencer says flick your hair and swing those flares: the 1970s are back

10 Field of dreamy Floaty confections for free spirits

14 Style notes Denim in peppy primaries? Divine!

17 Beauty news Sarah Barclay salutes the class of 2011

21 Make-up masterclass Jemma Kidd onmagic wands for luscious lashes

FEATURES

22 Spice odyssey Geri Halliwell bares her soul - and the curves that she loves - as she reveals her latest project to Liz Jones

29 In a taxi with...pop princes Hurts

30 Dream job?We're still waiting... These days graduates are glad to get any job, let alone a plum role in their chosen field.We chat to five degree-educated waitresses and waiters about compromises and consolations

38 'I will always have this disease' RubyWax on her battle with depression and how 'looking for the manual' was the inspiration for her new live show

44 Celebrity frame academy The stars as you've never seen them before, by the artist who creates old masters for modern times

HEALTH AND RELATIONSHIPS

42 The good spousekeeping guide It may not sound very romantic, but if you apply the principles of economics to your marriage your happiness shares could soar

52 Stress is more! …

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