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Emily Beeson
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Blush pink – also lovingly referred to as ‘millenial pink’ – is still dominating the world of style and interiors. In fact, since Rose Quartz was named Pantone’s Color of the Year back in 2016, the pale pink boom has almost gotten out of control…  


We looked to our panel of interiors experts for a few tips on how to work the trend in your home. After all, pink is a bold tone and you want your space to be looking more Palm Springs chic than Barbie Dream House.  

Accent tones

Mixing pink tones with other neutral colors like white and gray is a great way to give a room depth and lend it a little warmth. Try two different shades of pale pink for your doors or the back of your shelves to offset your primary wall color.   

Statement pink

A statement piece like a pink couch or armchair is a great way to incorporate dusty rose tones. Think big and opt for a large rug or statement drapes. Just be sure to contrast the rest of your furniture for a chic color clash.   

Accessories

You’d be surprised at just how easy it is to infuse a space with a new tone by using simple accessories. Update your artwork, linen, flatware and ornaments like ceramics and candles to include hints of pink in pale dreamy shades. Pink flowers in a vase always works wonders for any room in the house too.   

Want to transform your space? Shop our pink home edit below…    

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Many red carpet events have the rule of heels, and celebs are not for this rule! In Cannes 2018, Kristen Stewart posed with her Christian Louboutin Stilettos and took off her shoes to show that she doesn’t care what Cannes says! In 2016 the famous actress swapped her heels to Converse shoes in a gala to emphasise her ideals. You go girl! If women want to wear flats on the red carpet, they should, if they want to wear heels, that’s fine too. But if there aren’t rules for men, then no rules for women! #cannes #kristenstewart #heels #flats #protest #festival #redcarpet

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Lina Psaila
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Felicity Jones first appeared on our screens aged 12 before skyrocketing to fame as a badass heroine in Star Wars. Earning a nod at the Oscars for her role as Jane Hawking opposite Eddie Redmayne in The Theory of Everything, in 2016 she bagged a BAFTA Britannia Award for British Artist of the Year. 


 When it comes to style, Felicity’s choices are a fine mix of traditional and modern with a hint of romanticism. Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Christian Dior are among her go-to designers for the red carpet. At the 2015 Oscars, she appeared in a chic grey Alexander McQueen showstopper.

 For off-duty Felicity goes for classic pieces with clean lines in neutral colours. When she decides to go for colour she opts for hues that compliment her porcelain skin such as navy, burgundy, grey and mustard yellow. 

To emulate her red carpet style go for a flowing Grecian-style dress paired with sandals, a clutch and dainty pearl earrings. For a daytime look, kick back in a pair of fitted jeans with a Victorian pussy-bow blouse, blazer and pumps. 

Want to steal Felicity Jones' looks? Discover and shop the key pieces from our edit below... 

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From her engagement and marriage to George Clooney and her push to the public eye, internationally celebrated human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has long created her own personal style before meeting her husband. Clooney is a fan of a fine blend between playful and professional with feminine details that allow her to look polished on all occasions. The human rights lawyer returned to the United Nations for work only three months after giving birth to twins Ella and Alexander. 


She had to transverse from businesswoman to Hollywood celebrity status and now it seems that she has it all: the career, the man, the twins, the holiday house in Lake Como, and all the handbags in the world. The barrister rarely gives interviews unrelated to her work which has seen her represent victims of Isli rapes and kidnappings and aid Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in his fight against extradition. 

At the same time, she's an avid fashion follower. During her September 2014 wedding, she opted for a Dolce & Gabbana custom-made Alexander McQueen, Giambattista Valli Couture dress and Stella McCartney look. She knows the importance of quality tailoring especially when it comes to her suits such as her Bottega Veneta.

When it comes to colour palette of choice, she's a fan of black, navy, cream and red mixed with patterns. She also can accessorise like a pro. Just like the special Gucci bag, she took to the United Nations in 2016. For her off-duty looks, she can really let her hair down pairing nude tones in flattering but comfy silhouettes that accommodate her demanding lifestyle and business schedule. 

For her holiday attire, whether it's Lake Como or tequilas at Ibiza she wears anything from sequinned dresses to long red dresses paired with patterned mules or striped day dresses with kitten heel slingbacks and oversized sunnies. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite looks from our expert edit below. 

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Lina Psaila
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No one was expecting that Queen Elizabeth II would sit in the front row for the very first time, on the closing day of London Fashion Week The monarch presented the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Awards for British Design to Richard Quinn and sat through his entire collection. But who is Richard Quinn that made Fashion and Royalty history? 


BOLD PRINTS 

He established his namesake label in 2016 after graduating from Central Saint Martins with the Fashion MA. He's made a name for himself for his feminine silhouettes and bold use of print. 

HIGH STREET LINK

Quinn collaborated with  H&M last September on a collection after winning the H&M  Design Award that was filled with prints. So it came as no surprise that this year he'll be launching another collaboration with a high street giant. This time his collection, due in May, will be in association with Debenhams featuring a range of print items with prices ranging from $80 to $180.

SOUTHEAST LONDONER 

He was raised in South East London and kept true to his roots by opening his design studio in Peckham. In addition to his design studio, he offers digital and print services especially to up and coming designers, as well as printing workshops. 

FIRST QUEEN ELIZABETH II WINNER 

He's the first designer to be awarded the prestigious nomination which will now be presented annually to a designer that "showcases talent and originality while demonstrating value to the community and/or sustainable policies”.If you're in the mood for some print extravaganza shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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You know the scenario: You scroll down the feed on your Insta account lusting over a variety of over the top impeccably designed and styled outfits. In most cases, those outfits rely on a mix of high street and designers items that are well are not quite within your reach. This week this is about to change! You can find one of our fave influencers Kristy Wu's absolute must-haves on sale from YOOX! The Australian girl with the minimal sense of style started her blog in 2013 and channelled her inner appetite for effortless elegance. A die-hard fan of the monochrome movement you'll rarely catch Kristy in anything other than black and white creations with the odd grey or denim item, making the cut. 

You'll see her sporting a black leather Gucci handbag many Viktor&Rolf white tops and blouses, Helmut Lang tops, and Armani Jeans

In other words, she encompasses the quintessential essence of classic, hassle-free style. In 2016, Kristy was named the official style ambassador for the grand opening of Melbourne's shopping district and she was selected as one of the four faces of the official Melbourne Fashion Week, a year later. 

One of her favourite retailers is YOOX, and this week you get a chance to indulge in a real Wish Come True sale including Kristy's lust-haves up that you can find up to 25%off! You can also benefit from an extra 15% off treat, on one-of-a-kind-items. YOOX is known after all for its infinite selection of products ranging from clothing to accessories and capsule collections offered exclusively on the online retailer. 

Ready to update your wardrobe with designer items on a budget? Then scroll down below and shop your favourite styles now! Hurry sales end soon! 

In partnership with YOOX.

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Any trend that doesn’t really require ironing gets an extra thumbs up from us. Enter ruching (ruche), defined by Oxford Dictionary as a decorative frill or pleat of fabric, which sometimes has a drawstring attached so you can control and adapt it. You’ll remember the horizontal pleats (creases?) and fabric gatherings that took centre stage on the most memorable dresses in Pretty Women and your favourite ‘80s films. And for good reason because they showed off the wearer’s figure to mouth-opening effect, creating covetable curves. Ruching is one of Dolce & Gabbana’s bombshell signatures, while Kim Kardashian-West wore a sheer ruched minidress to the 2016 VMAs which spawned countless copycats. Balenciaga’s Creative Director Demna Gvasalia has given the technique a revamp, and most importably for our wardrobes, real daytime appeal by using it in his recent collections. 


We’re most taken with ruched dresses, rather than tops, because they are winning one-and-done outfits. They’ll help you flaunt the fabulous figure you’ve been honing at the gym in a more notable, fashion-y way than a basic body-con dress. Whether the decorative detail is confined to the bust, employed to whittle your waist like an infinitely more comfortable corset, or all over: modern styles come in all lengths, shapes and colours with barely a whiff of the ‘80s. You can cover up or go sheer (visible underwear is another key micro trend, by the way, that Bella Hadid is owning) and the silhouette created will wow. Perfect, then, for any Valentine’s day dates you'll have coming up; during the day or after dark.  

Shop your top picks from our edit of ruched dresses available now below. 

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Want to see the ultimate supermodel meeting? Check out Stuart Weitzman’s Spring 2018 campaign! Gigi Hadid has been modelling for Stuart Weitzman since Fall 2016, and now she meets Kate Moss in the Spring 2018 campaign. This is the first time the supermodels pose in the same campaign! Kate Moss starred in the black-and-white campaigns of Stuart Weitzman between 2012 and 2014. Mario Testino is slaying the black and white photos ever since. And now it is the ultimate power couple of fashion! #gigi #gigihadid #katemoss #supermodels #model #stuartweitzman #campaign

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There's no denying it. Temperatures have dropped to winter level this week making it very clear that heavy coat season is upon us. And though we're very onboard with investing in one key Going Out Coat, sometimes you just need variety. So we here at Shopcade have selected, edited and presented the best coats you can now shop for £50 or less! 


THE Puffer Jacket 

Puffer jackets are fantastic because you can wear them confidently both for casual and evening occasions. If you have a simple look at street style from every major fashion week since 2016 you'll realise gowns and puffer coat look amazing together. It's like the elegant fashion it-girl today. She's on trend, chic and elegant but can still get down and dirty if needed and gets through her busy day. 

THE Faux Fur Coat 

Whether you're going for a classic faux fur coat, a fuzzy teddy bear coat interpretation, a shorter version, a leopard print or a poppy pink version, faux fur is one of the biggest trend of the season. 

THE Trench Coat 

Trench coats are the ultimately French chic staple. Opt for a classic creme version or choose a very bold red vinyl trench and turn a few heads immediately. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop all your favourite styles for less than £50 from our edit below!

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Last night it was revealed that the sartorial queen Rihanna will be hosting next years Met Gala spectacular alongside human rights lawyer Amal Clooney. The duo will be working with Donatella Versace to welcome the guests of the annual fashion meets art extravaganza. 


Last year's Gala was hosted by Katy Perry and Pharell Willams. It came as no surprise that Rihanna would be one of the hostesses as she has been a longstanding attendant of the Gala and her outfits are one of a kind show stoppers that are broadcasted across the globe for years to come. She truly emerged in the Comme Des Garçons outfit during the 2017 Gala. 

The Met Gala has provided us with a very innovative array of themes. 2016 was Manus x Machina, while 2015's Through the Looking Glass was a nod to China and 2013 was a celebration of Punk. Well, the 2018 theme has been revealed as Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. 

According to Vogue, the curator of the fashion exhibit Andrew Bolton will display how Christianity has aided the Catholic imagination. So we predict precious jewelled robes, gowns, over the top head pieces, crosses and a lot of Dolce Gabbana. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop all your favourite styles from our exclusive edit below!

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Happy Friday! We introduce you to a new instalment at Shopcade. Every week we will present an influencer, content creator or fashion muse that we find inspiring. #222222">This week we sat down with blogger and creator of Hues of White, Santina Harisson to talk about creating a blog in 2017, inspiration, morning routines and how to style denim! 

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#222222">What compelled you to start a blog? 

I founded huesofwhite.com in October 2016 as a way to express my love of Art, Beauty, Fashion and Lifestyle. You will find chronicles of my daily musings and personal styling on huesofwhite.com. I also want to make people feel beautiful, confident in what they are wearing and inspire my readers through visual content and affordable clothing. My blog for me, represents who I am, a colourful, fun, likes to try anything kind of girl! 
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#222222">What's your relationship with fashion? How did it start and what motivates you to keep at it? 

I’ve always admired fashion from a young age and use to really enjoy trying on my mum’s vintage clothing and putting a little of her Chanel red lipstick on and thinking just how much I loved clothes! As I’ve always been interested in fashion and interior, I wanted to create an outlet where I could express my love for this industry. So whilst talking to my friend in PR early last year, the concept of Hues of White came about and I haven’t looked back since! 
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#222222">How would you define your personal style? Do you have any icons people accounts that you follow?

My personal style is always evolving and the older I’m getting the better my decisions! I love to admire street styles and take note from these kind of girls. For me styling is all about working with what you currently have in your wardrobe whilst pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. My icons for inspiration are Lucy Williams, Aimee Song and Alexandra Spencer (she’s created the eclectic brand Realisation Par). Three different styles, three different takes on fashion but they wear things that identify to their personality! 

You have an affinity for denim. What makes it special? And what do you look for in a quality denim purchase? 

It’s no secret that I am a super huge fan of denim and they form an important piece to my wardrobe - I basically live in them if I’m honest! But what I think makes denim so special is that you can constantly find new ways to wear them. They are super versatile so I can wear the same pair in the day for a casual relaxed look and then completely transform them for an evening look, like these PAIGE jeans I am wearing from TRILOGY store, in London. I genuinely haven’t been able to take them off! The straight cut with raw hem is perfect for the AW17 trend and the quality of these are super sturdy so they don’t lose their fit. Which for me is the most important thing I look for when I purchase any kind of denim. 
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#222222">Can you give us 3 ways to style denim? 

To me, denim is the perfect base with which to pair anything that shows a little more or pushes you out of your comfort zone.
 

Going to work? Pair your jeans with a railroad-striped blazer and a T-shirt. It’s the perfect outfit equation for starting your day off right like I have here in my Paige Jeans from Trilogy Store. 

For a casual look, try pairing bold accessories like a red scarf or bag, plus a printed top. It’s a sure fire way to make your jeans feel fresh. 

Date Night? Slip on a pair of your statement heels teamed with either your favourite skinny or boyfriend style jeans, a lace top and you’re ready to start the night off right! 
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#222222">What's the biggest misconception about having your own blog? 

That it’s the easiest job in the world, because it’s far from that- it requires a lot of creative work and hours! 
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#222222">What's your morning routine like? 

Mornings at home are my favourite, and I love that I get to start the day how I want (it’s the only part of the day where I can slow down and enjoy my time!) My morning ritual normally includes playing a little music to get the day started off positively and I love making my own breakfast which tends to be a super bowl of ACAI in some form, mixed with fruit and granola (which my kids love!) whilst sipping a cup or two of coffee! I don’t wear a lot of makeup, and always try to keep it to a minimum but my morning routine is generally made up of tried-and-true look of natural makeup and gently waved hair and prepping my skin with REN’s gentle cleansing gel and supplement moisturising cream. I can’t live without these and pop them along in my bag wherever I go. 
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#222222">What projects are you working on now? 

Every time I get approached for a collaboration or get offered a job, I feel like it's a stamp of approval because it means my opinion matters so the products I have been working on mean the world to me. I have just finished working with Trilogy Stores on the perfect pair of Denim Pants for AW17 (here) but I am currently working with DUNE London to show you three ways to wear this season’s hottest boot trend and three ways to dress up sneakers! I am also currently working on something super special with REN and Olivia Rubin. So watch this space!


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Hattie Cotmore
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Last season Simon Miller Bonsai mini became an instant hit with the likes of style influencers such as Harley Viera Newton and Garance Dore carrying it everywhere. Although Simon Miller originally launched as a men's denim brand, it soon incorporated womenswear including the Bonsai bucket bag. The collection #333333">fuses Japanese and American craftsmanship, ultimately creating an aesthetic that sleek and modern and quite versatile.


The Bonsai is crafted from French leather, which is then tanned by hand this round handle bag is so compact to fit only small essentials. That was in 2016. In 2017, the brand expanded and with it came an evolved Bonsai gag now generous enough to hold our everyday necessities. Net-A-Porter's fashion director Lisa Aiken has sported it more than once as part of her immaculate street style attire, while other Bonsai fanatics include Sosupersam, Camille Charriere, and Jennifer Lake. 

This It bag is causing a serious shopping storm. Get yours now in a vast array of different colours and sizes!

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