How To Plan The Perfect Weekend: Week Two

TV presenter Laura Jackson is looking forward to a chilled Saturday – with style advice from ELLE


This content has been created in collaboration with Rimmel London.

Sometimes, all you want from a weekend is the chance to kick back and relax.

Even so, there's no reason why planning for a lazy Saturday should be any less fun than planning for the proverbial Big Night Out.

So when TV presenter Laura Jackson turned to ELLE for some mid-week inspiration about what to do this weekend – and how to dress for it – Harriet Stewart was more than happy to help.


Watch the video and enter the competition below for your chance to win a gift voucher to spend on anything you might fancy from the Tate Gallery's brilliant online shop, along with a Rimmel London Super Gel beauty bag – a total prize package worth over £200.


Three More To Try

Whether you're planning a visit close to home or a cultural weekend away, there's no shortage of great art shows to choose from around the UK – but these three are a great place to start.


Artist Rose Wylie's signature bold, faux-childlike paintings are once-seen-never-forgotten. Just as extraordinary is that the Kent-based octogenarian has found such huge success so late in life. This current exhibition is the latest in a line of recent, critically lauded solo shows. Don't miss.Until 29 May;

THE FINISHING TOUCH:Tap into the bright, primary shades Wylie extols so vividly with nails to match. Rimmel London Super Gel in 'Blue Babe by Kate' will fit in perfectly.


The Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood are now such art history (and gift-card) staples that it's easy to forget how radical their work was back in the deep dark mists of the 19th century. This exhibition, featuring 120 works by the group, offers the perfect chance to reacquaint yourself with their rebellious ways – and immerse yourself in the ethereal beauty of their art.  Until 5 June;


THE FINISHING TOUCH:They might have been the young soul rebels of their day, but history gives the Pre-Raphelites a decidedly softer edge. 'New Romantic by Kate' from the Rimmel London Super Gel range will channel this perfectly.


Whether he was taking images of club kids after a night out or exploring the limits of printer ink, Wolfgang Tillmans has built his career on offering new ways of seeing photography. This exhibition is another departure – not just in subject matter (the 15 images are drawn from his 'Neue Welt' series of observational travel photography), but because this series is Tillmans' first foray into digital film.Until 7 August;

THE FINISHING TOUCH:Take inspiration from Tillmans' reputation for rule-breaking with Rimmel London Super Gel in 'Punk Rock'.

Rimmel London Super Gel gives you the chance to achieve gel-style colour and shine that lasts for up to 14 days in just two easy steps – without the use of a UV lamp – to give you Saturday-style that lasts. 

Enter the competition below for your chance to win the full Super Gel range and £100 to spend on the arty treasures available at Tate Shop.

All you have to do is answer one easy question and fill in your details to enter the draw. Good luck!

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