Oh Britain, you’re so good at doing April Fools' Day jokes that sometimes we don’t know what’s real and what’s just for laughs. Here are our favourite stories to break today…but what do you believe?
1. Hunter develops Wellington boots for dogs
Hunter has today launched a range of footwear for dogs, based on designs from its vast archive of animal footwear that includes waterproof poultice boots for horses dating back to the 1800s. The canine wellies are available online and at the brand’s Regent Street store for £20.
2. Browns founder Mrs B releases selfie book
Joan Burstein is an absolute legend in the fashion industry, and as a pioneer she knows she has to keep up with current trends. Today sees the launch of her book – Mrs B’s Selfies – which captures her most fashionable moments over the last few years.
3. Tesco launches ‘bouncy aisles’ with TOWIE’s Lucy Mecklenburgh
Ever had trouble reaching the top shelf in the supermarket? Tesco has the answer with its new trampoline aisles. This genius idea was, believe it or not, developed with TOWIE’s Lucy Mecklenburgh, who is also really good at doing somersaults and stuff.
4. Ted Baker’s adjustable heels
We’ve all done it – gone for a night out and wished that our heels were just a teeny bit shorter. Well, now you can adjust your heel height on-the-go with Ted Baker’s app. Simply sync your heels with the app via Bluetooth and you can change your heel height from 2 to 6 inches and everywhere in between.
5. Barry M's Nip Dip for glittery nipples
To quote the press release, this nipple glitter is great for "showing off under a sheer top", or "wearing as a bikini alternative". Simply measure out your glitter in the handy extendable applicator (allows for precision), apply the special glue and dip your nips! Click here for more details.
6. Jason Orange to join One Direction
We’re still reeling from the news that Zayn Malik has left 1D, but Take That’s Jason Orange has gallantly stepped in to fill his boots. InStyle exclusively broke the story, and you can read more about it here.