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I'm Hero, founder of Muddy Stilettos, here to bring you the quirky, cool and downright unmissable across the counties.

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The Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick is a late-summer classic. Bronzed goddess incoming!

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    Eat OutView more

  • Been to Coppa Club yet?

    Where to take 17 exacting Muddy Stilettos editors for lunch in London? Oh hello Coppa Club and your stupendous riverside views!

    • Ready to fine dine?

      You betcha! Nelson St restaurant has buffed its interiors, refined its menu and now offers food flights. Buckle up for take off.

    • The Black Horse

      The newly refurbished Black Horse in Reigate is creating quite a stir locally, not least because of its Michelin starred ties.

    • The Pint Shop, Oxford

      To Oxford, for posh burgers and craft ale at this stylish mini-chain. Sounds blokey; is actually surprisingly family-friendly.

    • The Garage, Buckingham

      Cool design aesthetics, good food and cocktails on tap - fill up to the top at Buckingham's stylish new restaurant/bar.

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    FashionView more

  • Bikini vs swimsuit? The Muddy debate

    Bikini or swimsuit? It’s the hot topic at Muddy HQ this week. Don’t go anywhere near a sun lounger this summer until you’ve read this.

    • Soft and slinky

      A Kate Moss-approved scarf you can wear in the summer on your neck, head or wrist? Cult brand Rockins sure rocks our world.

    • Meet the high street Comeback Kids

      You know those shops you never bother with when you hit the high street? You might be missing out. Here's four to revisit.

    BeautyView more

    • Paula’s Choice (and ours)

      Troublesome skin? We have two words words for you: Paula's Choice. This little-known Canadian skincare range is about to become your new buffed and glowing BFF.

    • Holy fat-blasters!

      Muddy tries Sculpsure, a fat-busting treatment that promises 24% less fat in 25 minutes. Yup, seriously.

    Arts & CultureView more

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    What the Muddy team will be reading on hols

    Attention bookworms! We’ve got holiday literary inspiration for you – here are the top tomes Muddy staffers will be squeezing into their suitcases this month.

    • West End Kids

      Heading to the big smoke this summer? Need a few hours to snooze in the dark? Keep the Mudlets...

    • Beach reads bonanza!

      Sunglasses on, sunlounger primed, children gagged - it's Muddy's best holiday books! Kerry Potter picks her top 10 for summer.

    • Salome, Stratford

      A sexually ambiguous version of Oscar Wilde’s Salome with Matthew Tennyson playing the female lead.

    • It’s Just an Illusion

      Seurat to Riley: The Art of Perception, Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park, Warwickshire opens on July 8.

    • Time for a Speedy Supper?

      Haven't got a clue what to make for dinner? Top food writer Diana Henry's prawn, fennel and tomato pilaf is here to help.

    • All about the artisans

      This woven drinks tray has our name - and our G&Ts - on it. Introducing artisan interiors brand Craft Editions.

  • Wellbeing
    • Dame Kelley Holmes looking strong and empowering wearing green workout t-shirt, black sports bra and black watch

      New health & fitness festival

      After a summer of booze, bands and bonkers kids, you're going to need a sanity-saver. I've got just the thing.

    • To-do list fatigue?

      Who'd like a lifestyle PA to sort out all those pesky chores? Er, YES! Muddy tests out Rebecca Crayford Lifestyle Management

  • Shazia Murza’s Favourite Places

    Rarely have I laughed out loud so much while interviewing a celeb. That Shazia is well funny – who else would pick the M40 services as a favourite place?!

    • Griselda’s Secret Oxford

      Celebrated children's author Griselda Heppel has a hotline to some beautiful places in the city that most of us have never heard of. Come on, let's check them out.

    • Spring Mischief: Part I

      Tom Morton-Smith’s hotly-anticipated new play The Earthworks is part of a festival double-bill at the RSC’s The Other Place, Stratford.

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