Call it wishful thinking, but we're already thinking about Spring and the warmer times when we don't have to wrap up like a mummy whenever we step outside. These pieces are effectively the same as waterfall jackets just with a less flimsy edge, and they are making another comeback this year-...

The typically tweed bouclé was first envisaged by Chanel in the Twenties and has proved a timeless staple ever since. Its been emulated time and time again by designers and adds texture, glamour and comfortability to outfits for both day and night. Many a celebrity has been seen rocking...

Cooking up a Storm: Matthew Williamson Pre-Fall 2011 Written by Maria Pierides 14.01.2011 Matthew Williamson has always embraced many colours, often giving his collections that fairy-tale magic oozing with sparkle. It seems that this is a recurring theme with his latest Pre-Fall outing, as...

Yet here is Drew Barrymore, wearing an orange strapless balloon gown, just weeks after we saw Kate Bosworth in the mint green trousers. Whilst Bosworth made us clutch our chests and beam with solid fashion joy, Barrymore falls a little flat on this count. In what must be a classic example...

The house's signature zigzags are muted to make way for bold and beautiful prints, but the bohemian chic thread that stitches the brand together still stands strong. The collection's over-sized prints are mod-inspired mismatched fun. Missoni's inherent love of the Sixties reigns supreme...

Lanvin for H&M Couture show? There, in Topshop, nailing the mullet dress look (like a more wholesome Blake Lively). This week's BFA's? A big player actually, nearly stealing the show in Julien MacDonald with a cut-out back (clever to offset the blatantly vital opaques). Emma Roberts is one to...

Following in the footsteps of Sharmadean Reid of WAH Nails, the session stylists have opened up a pop-up store in Oxford Street's Topshop : offering customers their signature temporary stencilled on patterns in an array of candy floss colours. Dip-dye if you dare...

Fringe isn't something reserved for the Wild Wild West any more, and we love how it can be used on anything from dresses to accessories for jazzing things up. Traditionally seen in the Twenties during the era of the flapper (think Chicago), fringe detailing is now virtually timeless- and we...

And it is with this mindset that we approach the ‘scarf' dress. So this, one has to presume, is where boho sits right now (tucked up around the armpit somewhere.) Owning a pashmina of roughly the same colour and pattern- downgraded quality is a given- there's no need to purchase when we can...

It's days, practically a configuration of hours, before Christmas; every known means of travel is grounded/delayed/beyond physical comprehension, you're cold, tired and haven't finished shopping (how is this still possible when you start in November?) So as long as you can stay on your feet...

 

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