FASHION NEWS IN BRIEF

WOMEN’S FAVOURITE SPANX NOW FOR MEN

Spanx, the undergarments with a cult following among women keen to have their wobbly bits held in place, has just released a range of the hold-in pants for men. The male undergarments have been designed to help men “firm and flatten”' and quash “beer bellies”. Selfridges has reported waiting lists for the support wear, which invlude boxers and vests.

ONE NEW CHANGE CUTS THE RIBBON

The City’s first seven-day-a-week shopping centre flung open its doors doors yesterday. Located near St Paul’s, it includes a large Jamie Oliver restaurant, an offering from Gordon Ramsay to open next year and a shopping paradise, with a Banana Republic, North Face, a big Top Shop, Kurt Geiger and plenty more. Lunchtimes will never be the same. www.onenewchange.com.

NEW JEWELS AT HARRODS

Harrods has some new exclusive pieces of designer jewellery perfect for Christmas. Highlights include Ippolita’s Polished Rock Candy collection – a series of 18 karat gold earrings and pendants with polished black shell and pearl and Karl Lagerfeld for Atelier Swarovski, with Inca-inspired pieces featuring sparkling serpents. www.harrods.com.

MOSSY’S FINAL HURRAH FOR TOPSHOP

Kate Moss has offered a sneak preview of her final collection for Topshop. In keeping with her last 14 collections for the store, it is inspired by the supermodel’s own style, a mix of Boho meets retro rock chick. The new collection includes an embroidered black jersey dress and an Indian mini-dress with a plunging neckline. www.topshop.com.