IN&OUTTONIGHT about snipping the tips off your old gloves, unless you want a rapidly unravelling woolly mess. Grab a pair, 19.99 at etretouchy.com. Singalonga SelfridgeS X Factor jealousy? You too could be a star, and you neednt wait for next years auditions. the clever karaoke folk at Lucky Voice have just opened the Lucky Voice Living room in Selfridges. Designed to look like a funky living room, the idea is you take the mic and leap on to the coffee table (which transforms into an up-lit dance floor) to belt out your tune. the best performances will make it on to luckyvoice.com for a national vote. and if youre really lucky, you might catch the eye of talent 24 Monday, 26 October 2009 London Lite I ts official: there has never been a more fashionable time to be British. We have had a slew of sarto- rial celebrating to do this year with many iconic British brands all celebrating big birthdays. Jaeger has clocked up an impressive 125 years, John Smedley turned 225 and Marks & Spencer also marked its 125th birthday. this year also heralds 25 years of the British fashion council and, of course, london fashion Week which went off with a bang last month. in the wake of all this excitement comes the launch of website go-british.com, dedicated to luxury fashion, accessories and interiors. Packed with high fashion treats, expect a typically British mix of traditional and quirky brands such as Liberty of London, Luella, Lulu Guinness, Pringle of Scotland, Mawi and Aquascutum. our favourite buys include the lulu Guinness lips clutch bag (219) and the Union Jack beret sprinkled with swarovski crystals and vintage-style veil (639) by Victoria Grant. Not just restricted to womenswear, also check out the mens, kids and lifestyle sections, too. British fashion is having a moment across the board right now, from high-end designers such as Burberry, Stella McCartney and Matthew Williamson, to quirkier fashion houses such as Vivienne Westwood, Giles Deacon, Christopher Kane and House of Holland all gaining column inches with the fashion press. We also pride ourselves on our brilliant high street and one of our favourites is Jaeger, whose Jaeger london collection had even the big fashion houses worried during fashion week. check out its 125 collection, from which we love the sixties-look monochrome check coat (499). find even more affordable buys at M&s, which has a new collection to celebrate its milestone. its hot pink shift dress (59) is bang on trend. Dont forget about other Brit hits including oxford circus mecca Topshop, French Connection, Ted Baker and River Island. and for true bargains head to Primark, Matalan, Peacocks or even the supermarkets, thanks to George at Asda, Tu at Sainsburys and F+F at Tesco. cool Britannia rules again. by rebecca boyce THISWEEK lite loves Touching scene: using the Etre Touchy glove His gadget-friendly gloveS JUst occasionally we find something that deserves the simple but brilliant tag -- like the Etre touchy glove. Without thumb and forefinger tips, its the perfect winter accessory for iPhone lovers who always need to be busy with their apps, even in the freezing cold. the thick gloves are 100 per cent lambswool and come in four sizes and four colour combos, too. and dont start thinking Hers thelook LilyAllen& SamCooper Fly the flag for British brandsCelebratehome-grownfashion Shirt 18, New Look CAMILLA RIDLEY-DAY Jeans 25, Topman Jeans 20, Dorothy Perkins Shoes 55, Topman T-shirt 20, Topshop Glasses 10, Urban Outfitters Shoes 18, Faith Bag 12, New Look Glasses 2, George at Asda index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html