The woman who designed the dress which has become an internet sensation has told ITV News Central that the last 24 hours have been "absolutely crazy".
The image below was put on twitter last night and a few hours later it had become the centre of a global argument over its colour.
Celebrities like Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian have all joined the debate, as well as Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour Leader Ed Miliband.
Some see white and gold, others see blue and black.
Michele Bastock from fashion company 'Roman' is based in Erdington in Birmingham.
She was wearing the dress and settled the argument once and for all, by stating it was blue and black!
It's royal blue with a black lace, that is what we photographed in the publicity shots.
That's what the lady (who tweeted the image) purchased.
Everyone just sees it differently I guess!"
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Jimmy Pierce from the Vegan Society told ITV News today that the badger cull is 'ineffective, inhumane and entirely unnecessary.'
The Vegan Society are asking people to cut out dairy from their diet to remove the demand for cows milk and stop the need for badger culling.
Nottinghamshire's most famous tree the Major Oak could become even more famous if it wins the title of European Tree of the year next week.
People are being urged to vote for the mighty oak made famous by the legend of Robin Hood, in the final week of the online poll.
The Major Oak has already gained 6,000 votes but is being beaten by entries from Hungary and Estonia.
Hundred of protesters gathered in Birmingham city centre today to protest against planned badger culls.
The protesters gathered in Centenary Square, outside the annual conference of the National Farmers' Union (NFU). The NFU says badger culling is necessary to stop the spread of disease in dairy cows, but the protesters disagree.
They want the government to put a stop to badger culling altogether.
Thousands of fish are being rescued from a stretch of canal in Birmingham city centre this weekend after it sprung a leak earlier this week.
The Canal & River Trust were originally expected to start work this afternoon, but they have been forced to postpone until tomorrow.
They are to drain a 200 metre section of the Worcester & Birmingham Canal to investigate water seeping from an aqueduct into a service road and disused railway tunnel.
The fish will be stunned with electricity, before being taken out of the drained canal by experts.