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Lina Psaila
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This season leopard print has become more day-to-day than statement. The days of wearing it with frugality are long gone. This year, maximalism reigns... 


Leopard print has been associated with Christian Dior in the ‘50s rockstar glam in the ‘60s and a ‘70s and ‘80s staple with David Bowie and Debbie Harry making it an essential element of their trademark looks. In the ‘90s grunge Kurt Cobain Courtney Love and Kate Moss reinstated its killer style value. How to wear animal print? Take a few tips from the style aficionados and rock leopard print day or night. 

Leandra Medine of Man Repeller goes for a double leopard-print number,  juxtaposed with red strappy heels. Olivia Palermo clashes leopard and check while Alexa Chung keeps it sweet by adding just a few leopard print accessories here and there; from a cross-body chain bag and sandals to a headband. 

Street style has also gifted us many variations on the leopard trend: from pochettes to mules, jackets, shirts or leggings, animal print has proven itself as one of the most fun ways to be fashionable this season. 

Need more proof? Check out the street style snaps in our gallery and keep scrolling for our Editors' picks of pieces to shop now... 

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Lina Psaila
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Florence Welch recently made headlines all over the world as she sang tracks from her new album High as Hope at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Once again, Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine proved her skill not only in song and stage presence, but with her signature theatrical boho style – something we’ve always loved about her. 


During the Chanel AW2015 show she conquered the red carpet in a blush-pink pantsuit with eclectic accessories and a huge black fedora hat. While at Erdem she appeared in an emerald-green feather coat, complementing a pair of dark-wash jeans. 

A gal truly inspired by the '70s, Florence isn’t afraid of bold print and rocks anything from psychedelic swirls to chintzy florals. Sporting gowns with billowing capes – like that gorgeous custom Gucci column gown she donned for Chime for Change – this singer always wows us with her maximalist style. F

or accessories, Flo seems to love a fringed bag or teeny, tiny clutches. She's a fan of silk scarves, unique headpieces and of course, dangling bohemian earrings. 

Want to emulate Florence Welch’s unique sense of style? Head to our gallery for inspo and shop our Editors' picks from the edit below…. 

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Emily Beeson
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Is it just us or are we suddenly seeing everything through rose-tinted specs? Designers have been taking cues from ‘60s and ‘70s style and it seems the tinted sunnies craze is here to stay.


Instagram is awash with cool round frames in warm oranges and oversized sunglasses in statement blues and greens. We saw yellow specs on the runway at Christopher Kane and even Kendall and Gigi have jumped on the bandwagon when off duty. 

Fancy trying the trend for yourself? Check out our edit of the best high-end and affordable tinted sunglasses and whether you’re channelling your inner Spice Girl or hippy chick, rock the trend with ease.

Shop our Editors’ picks below… 

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Lina Psaila
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We love those rare moments of pure fashion optimism, like the one we're seeing now: designers are presenting bold colourful rainbow patterns in defiance of all-black everything. From '70s - inspired T-shirts and hoodies to technicolor skirts and show-stopping striped dresses. So during your spring clean this season, consider an influx of rainbow-patterned pieces to update your look and put a smile on your face. 


Wondering what rainbow-inspired items to buy? 

We've compiled a comprehensive checklist with all the colourful pieces to shop now... 

Straight from the runway

Take cues from Peter Pilotto and Dolce & Gabbana SS18 and adopt a bold, bright rainbow-hued wardrobe full of statement dresses, T-shirts and accessories. 

The knit 

Invest in a rainbow knit that will take you from the colder temperatures into spring and summer with ease. 

The pants 

Go for a sporty iteration with a pair of white trousers with flattering rainbow-hued stripes – a cool twist on the trending tuxedo pant of last year. 

The technicolor skirt 

For an extra dose of swag go for a sparkly version of a rainbow shaded skirt. We agree the with Alice + Olivia's motto that The World Needs More Sparkle, indeed. 

That '70s tee 

Opt for a rainbow striped t-shirt or a bright patterned piece for colourful retro vibes. 

The unapologetic bag 

Who says a handbag has to be monochrome? Instead, use your bag as a decorative accessory featuring rainbow stripes – the bolder the better. 

A spectrum of hues 

Heading off on an early summer vacay? Invest in a colourful striped one-piece swimsuit and make it pop by adding white accessories. 

Editor's choice: Hesitant to try the trend? Then go for some rainbow-inspired accessories – earrings, pendants, bracelets and rings that will infuse your look with playful attitude. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your fave pieces from our exclusive edit below... 

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Lina Psaila
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There's just something about the elegance, not to mention the comfort factor of a leather moccasin or a well-turned-out loafer. The ‘70s resurgence, with its voluminous silhouettes, floral prints and maximalism calls for a solid shoe to tie a look together and we’ve found our match. Now, with bold spring colours like blush pink and forest green dominating the streets, new silhouettes are appearing too, including heeled versions with embellishments like buckles, feathers and patterns. 


How to wear moccasins?

Dress them down with a pair of tight fitted jeans, a white crisp shirt and a check blazer for an understated yet smart day look. Add a cute trench and an oversized bag for effortless cool. 

Kick back in a woven pair and team with a floor-skimming spring-ready dress. Add oversized jewellery for interest and finish the look off with a ‘70s saddle bag. 

Update your business wardrobe by sporting your fave moccasins with a pair of sleek trousers, a blazer and a pussy bow blouse. Briefcase optional. 

Have a look at our gallery for more inspo and buy your favourite styles from our exclusive edit below…

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Emily Beeson
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Show us a girl who’s tired of denim, we’ll wait. Whether it’s your favourite pair of lived-in boyfriend jeans, a cool cropped jacket or a pair of classic cut-offs, denim will always be a wardrobe staple for day, night, casual workdays, the weekend and beyond. 


We love a fail-safe tee and jeans look but we’re also partial to a little statement flair. From printed skirts to ‘70s-style wide legs and ultra-distressed detailing, denim is having a moment on the SS18 runway and on the streets. From Balmain to Valentino, Off-White to APC, statement jeans and jackets reign.

Layer your favourite pieces to keep the spring chill at bay and go for full double denim in a pair of raw-hem jeans, an easy roll-neck sweater and an oversized denim jacket with eclectic embroidery at the shoulders. With a bodysuit underneath, this is the perfect ensemble to take you from day to night with ease. 

Mix and match your washes with deep blues, indigos and black rinses worn together, opt for straight-leg styles with extra embellishments or go bold with a printed denim shirt dress, heeled boots and flashes of gold-toned jewellery.

Whatever your vibe, we’ve created the ultimate denim edit of cool denim pieces to inspire you this season. Shop our favourites below... 


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Shopcade
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After a decade of minimalism, sleek lines and simple colours, trends inspired by disco and the '70s are bringing bold textures back into fashion. From Gucci to Versace, designers reinvented the vintage trend with a modern twist, finding inspiration with IT girls Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber and eschewing the desire to blend in. 

We love everything that sparkles and shines around Christmas and a sequinned number never goes amiss, but honestly, it's a shame to leave those glittering outfits hanging in our wardrobes for the rest of the year.

We're donning our sequins for spring, gearing up for a summer of festivals and long balmy evenings. We can't get enough of sequin embellishments on everything from heels, to clutch bags and evening gowns. Shop below and prepare to feel like the queen you are,...

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Alya Barutoğlu
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The forgotten seventies Italian brand has made a major and trendy comeback. Fiorucci was very popular in the ‘70s and now it’s becoming more and more popular. You probably saw the angel sweatshirts in street style looks. Yes! It’s Fiorucci. Even the sound of the brand is trendy! Buy in this brand before it becomes crazy expensive! #fiorucci #brand #trendy #trend #comeback #italian #seventies #fashion #streetstyle #style

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Throwback to the seventies once, twice, thrice again! Fashion can’t get enough of retro trends snd personally, this is my favourite. ‘70s was a mixture of bohemian, hippie, glamorous, disco and punk fashion… So what’s not to love about this era? For this season, denim overalls are taking over street trends. You can opt for overalls or jumpsuit or even playsuits. Style your denims with foulards and wedges to get the ultimate seventies look! #seventies #trend #denim #overalls #jumpsuit #style #streetstyle #fashion

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Nanushka was born in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, more than a decade ago, but is finally getting under the spotlight. If you spend your days cruising on Instagram, you definitely saw the brand's design: maybe a dress, a coat... fashionistas love it! From Song of Style to NYC Bambi, without forgetting the French it-girl Caroline de Maigret, they all wear Nanushka.  

It's hard not to fall for its amazing outerwear, their famous lilac wrap dress. 

We had the chance to meet Sandra Sandor, the designer behind the brand, during Paris Fashion Week, for an exclusive interview, to chat about the story of the brand and what we should expect in the future. 

Shopcade: What brought you to fashion ? 

Sandra: Actually, it was a given way for me because my mother was a children's wear designer in the 70s prior to the fall of the Iron Curtain. Dressing was always a very important self-expression form for me. I wasn't sure that I wanted to become a designer until the age of 17. Then, I thought that I really want to try to study fashion design and it was very interesting because you know, in Hungary, there is no history in fashion and there aren't many fashion schools. I really wanted to study fashion somewhere where it was very relevant. 

After studying in the London College of Fashion, I went back to Budapest were Nanushka began, back in 2006. 

How do you define Nanushka's style? 

S: We usually think of ourselves as a bridge between intuitive and functional design. The clothes that we will keep loving and will become our wardrobe staples are those in which we really feel comfortable in as well. So, we try to execute this also in the design from the choice of fabric. We try to make everything washable. Nothing gets very wrinkly. It's comfortable wear for every season and good for both seasons. Of course, we do have fur coats for winter, but it has a soft feel.  

I don't think trends are ad-hoc things they reflect our surroundings and the people around us. Nanushka, from a design perspective is trying to be relevant for the era we live in. 

Where do you draw inspiration from?  

S: My main source of inspiration as a designer it to try to create harmony, while mixing very distant cultural references, like Western with Oriental or Far Eastern. Actually, these two have been permeating through our collections. Sometimes even for three seasons, we kind of have a theme that carries over and we maybe add an extra inspiration. As a designer, I don't want to jump in too quickly. 

The next season is already coming, but I like to keep the inspiration flowing for longer. Mixing the Wild Western boots with Far Eastern culture has been going since Resort 18, carried over to our SS18. For Pre-Fall 18/19, we added 90s Berlin colors and silhouettes, as well as vegan leathers. 

Also, as a general inspiration, the traveling state of mind really inspires me. When you travel, you're very receptive, very open and almost like a child state of mind, and comfort becomes essential. 

How do you want women to feel when they wear your clothes?  

S: I really want them to feel confident, easy, effortless. 

Called the label to watch by fashionistas, how do you feel about social media ?  

S: Social media really helped us grow. We kind of think of ourselves as a lifestyle brand. We try to make our social media platform a moodboard of our brand and also a source of inspiration. Influencers is our secret in a way. We never pay for partnerships, but we work with influencers who represent our brand values. I think it's important for a brand to give to the right people, no with the biggest followers, because their followers are similar to ours. 

What's your favorite piece from the current collection ? 

S: From the SS18, our tiger-inspired print made with watercolor painting, and digitally printed on fabric fabric is my favorite. We made a pair of long pants from it called Nevada pants, inspired by pyjama pants from Coco Chanel in the 30s or 40s. She was the first woman to wear pyjama pants as a daily wear I think. 

What should we expect for the future collections ?  

S: The values and clashing cultures as a source of inspiration will definitely remain, I think it's important to highlight where I come from. Hungary has always been an intersection of East and West. The German Empire had a big effect on us, as well as Turkish culture and the Parisian Belle Epoque. 

At the turn of the century, travel was open for everyone. Hungarians and artists came to Paris to get some inspiration and change their values etc. So, when you come to Budapest, you'll find a Turkish bath on one side of the street, next to Brutalist buildings on the other side. So it's a mix of cultures. 

But going back to how I imagine my future collections, I think we're going to develop, while our core brand values and sources of inspiration remain. And spice it up with the season's trends. A good balance. 

If you had to pick only one piece you created, which one would it be? 

S: Hard question! But I love outerwear and our brand is really known for that. So I would probably pick a coat, specifically a robe coat. 

What are your do's and don'ts when it comes to fashion ?  

S: I don't really believe in do's and don'ts. I think you can get away with anything if you put it in the right context. 

What is the must-have of every outfit?  

S: The right pair of shoes, they define the whole outfit in the end. But I could also say that a good pair of jeans is a must. 

Shop our edit of Nanushka's gorgeous designs below...

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Chloe’s 70s inspired designs hit the Fall 2018 runway for Paris Fashion Week and the tones and colours were certainly autumnal! The patterned, almost Aztec, blue on this particular look really stands out and adds vibrancy to what would be a simple coloured outfit. #fashionweek #Chloe #70s Credit: Instagram, Fashion Week

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Alya Barutoğlu
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First ‘80s, then ‘90s and now ’70s! If you want to try out the seventies trend at its peak, denim jumpsuits are definitely your go to trend. This super easily styled fashion is becoming a favourite for models and bloggers. Although it can be difficult to visit the bathroom too often, this trend can be styled with literally anything. Throw on a foulard to perfectly nail the seventies look. #seventies #style #eighties #nineties #streetstyle #trend #denim #denimjumpsuits #jumpsuit #overall #fashion

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