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Absolutely loving this outfit choice from Mancunian fashion blogger @meganellaby on Instagram! The mix of different patterns and colours just works so well. Faux fur and studded accessories are very in this Autumn/Winter ‘17 season, so therefore are great options within the look. The colour clashing of the yellow, red and blue tones here is something very special indeed - so effortlessly cool!

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From Karl Lagerfeld's array of synthetics like plastic and PVC, to sequins and translucents at Acne Studios, future-forward fashion still donned the runways at the recent SS18 fashion weeks. Think Maison Margiela and Balenciaga! But the optimism and high shine of the Space Age emerged a while back on the Fall/Winter 2017 catwalks. Alessandro Michele's unisex Fall/Winter 2017 Gucci show was an extra-terrestrial amalgamation of human and crystal. 


Futuristic beauty trends also appeared, like glitter brows, chrome lips, and metallic hues, perfect for adding a dose of sparkle to your Instagram with the Kirakira+ app. Raf Simons' PVC-wrap fur coat for Calvin Klein is also a sensational example of fashion's growing obsession with Space Age Futurism reinterpreted from the '60s. With a shielding PVC overlay, the gold coat felt like an encapsulated treasure. Who wouldn’t want that? Sign us up, please! You know you're in a pure futuristic mode when tinfoil and Comme des Garçons get involved. We’re talking about a tinfoil hat, initially created in the ‘60s, an era ridden with conspiracy theories, to fend off government radio signals. 

Concurrently, the space race of the 1960’s and the first moon landings in ‘69 a year after Barbarella appeared on screen, inspired a whole new era of sci-fi glamour that is still relevant today. Fashion has since then always held a soft spot for the future! 

Eager to get in on the Space Age theme? SSENSE has a trendy selection of astro-chic, post-apocalyptic inspired outerwear, separates, and accessories. Shop the entire collection in our exclusive edit below!

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We may have entered the anti-fur era but it doesn't mean faux fur is also out of our wardrobes too! Gucci recently announced the news of going fur free in the 2017 Kering Talk. As fashion moves to a more sustainable path we hope that other luxury brand also follow Gucci's footsteps. Faux fur is the perfect option of wearing this style while being cruelty free! Opt for some colourful faux fur coats to upgrade your daily look. #fauxfur #antifur #furfree

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Léa Guillemier
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Comfy Pastel Jakke Coat #freefromfur #jakke #outerwear #fauxfur #icecreamcolor 🎀 (Credit: @jakkeldn Instagram)

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Last Wednesday, Gucci announced that from the SS18 collection onwards, will cease using mink, fox, Karakul lamp, rabbit and raccoon, as part of its new "Culture of Purpose" sustainability plan. The luxury brand also announced that it will join the Fur Free Alliance, eliminating animal fur and will contribute one million euros as a founding partner of UNICEF's Girls' Empowerment Initiative.


This news come after a number of luxury retailers have also gone down the sustainability path such as Hugo Boss, to Armani and YOOX Net-A-Porter. Although for Gucci in particular who was very much associated with old-luxury status items including fur it's quite a departure. 
Even though real fur is on the out, faux fur coats, accessories, bags and fur embellishments are trending more than ever. 

Scroll down below for our exclusive edit of all the faux fur essentials you need to own this season!

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Last Wednesday, Gucci announced that from the SS18 collection onwards, will cease using mink, fox, Karakul lamp, rabbit and raccoon, as part of its new "Culture of Purpose" sustainability plan. The luxury brand also announced that it will join the Fur Free Alliance, eliminating animal fur and will contribute one million euros as a founding partner of UNICEF's Girls' Empowerment Initiative. 

 
This news come after a number of luxury retailers have also gone down the sustainability path such as Hugo Boss, to Armani and YOOX Net-A-Porter. Although for Gucci in particular who was very much associated with old-luxury status items including fur it's quite a departure.

And even though real fur is on the out, faux fur coats, accessories, bags and fur embellishments are trending more than ever. 

 Scroll down below for our exclusive edit of all the faux fur essentials you need to own this season!

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Rock your winter look with stunning puffer jackets and coats, and try something new with the shearling, camo and faux fur trends on the horizon. You'll be ready to fend off those winter chills in no time! 


Shopcade boasts a variety of millennial-focused brands offering strong pieces for winter, including ever-practical and trendy puffer jackets, camouflage coats, faux-furs, and shearling-lined leather jackets. 

Manière de Voir have upped their game with the perfect selection of outerwear including an elevated range of jackets and coats. Season after season, this brand never fails to impress! 

Each design has been carefully considered and perfectly developed by a skilled team to be both stylish and functional. These coats and jackets will leave you warm, cosy and fashionably-ready for the upcoming winter! 

Get a taste of luxury with a Satin Double Layer Puffer Jacket in khaki or burgundy. For a classic biker jacket, opt for the zip-detail shearling Biker in black. The camouflage Puffer jacket in silver and orange/black reversible Puffer jackets are bound to turn heads! 

We've got some amazing styles and view the full collection here. Watch MDV video here for inspiration!

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The weather has shifted and we're officially entering -dare we say it- winter. Which means it's time to invest on a few key items like a light leather jacket, a parka and a going out more sleek coat. Biker jackets are perfect for days out with girlfriends, or a afterwork drinks paired with a skirt and ankle boots - assimilating that rocker chic vibe. 


Shearling jackets are quite similar in function - meaning they 're the go-to jacket for Autumn and give out a slightly more classic vibe. You can pair it with anything from leggings and trainers on your way to the gym or with your favourite party dress on a night out. If you're looking for a proper GOC you need something elegant with slim elongating lines that skim the floor. Pick one with a fastened belt to accentuate your waist. 

If there's one coat though that is going to stick by you through thick and thin, rain and snow, mud and cold that is the parka. An added faux fur in the hoodie will instantly give it an ultra feminine and chic element adding many points of oomph to a very hardwearing jacket. Practical and stylish is really the best of both worlds. 

Budgeting for jackets can be tough so we thought we'd treat you to a little sale! From luxe shearling coats at M&S to faux fur parkas from Topshop, extra cool biker jackets at Boohoo and elegant long check coats we definitely have something for you.

TOPSHOP up to 50% off, offer ends October 20th 

M&S up to 60% off, offer ends October 13th 

Ralph Lauren up to 20% off, offer ends October 11th

Boohoo up to 50% off, offer ends October 10th


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"Waterfalls are the healthiest thing in the world" Karl Lagerfeld declared, just moments after the unveiling of his SS 2018 Chanel show where rocks reminiscent of Georges du Verdon, the infamous canyon the the South-East of France transformed his favourite Grand Palais into an impressive waterfall. Kaia Gerber opened the SS18 Chanel show. 


The collection was refreshing, hopeful and utterly therapeutic. From fringed knitwear that moved like forest debris, to bright PVC mini dresses, evening dresses embroidered with seawater detailing, and water drops on fabric. 

We absolutely fell in love with the Sixties futurism, very Barbarella, in plastic see-through thigh high boots, plastic trenches, rain hats and gloves. Jane Fonda (who made an appearance in the Balmain x L'oreal collaboration show) would be the perfect it-girl to model this collection, as she also sported fringes and faux fur in late Sixties iconic Barbarella. 

Truly a Space Age masterpiece where environmentalism and escapism make for  a breathtaking result! 

Keep scrolling down for the best Chanel inspired items! 

IMAGE CREDITS: ELLE.COM

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Trilogy truly are the experts when it comes to denim. With careful research, they have found the best cuts and finishes for denim and selected iconic jeans brands you'll love. From long lasting colour to flattering shapes and styles, classic pieces and trend-led features: boot-leg, straight cut, skinnycropped... Trilogy have it all! 


We caught up with Trilogy and their expertise on how to style the latest collections for their Winter edit. They have some amazing tips on how to put things together to really update your look. The cold days are lingering and many festivities and holidays are fast approaching. 

Cashmere, velvet, and leather are must haves for this winter, as well as luxe knitwear and statement coats. The dressed up denim edit has tips on the best jeans to buy for the season, including glamorous velvet styles and party wear with a touch of shine. Find our tips for the latest trends below and look amazing this winter. 

DRESSED UP DENIM 

Trilogy host some of the best designers and trusted jeans brands such as J Brand, FRAME denim, and Re/Done. With careful research and consideration, they’ve nailed it in the denim department and found perfect solutions to wearing the new denim styles. 

A LUXURY FEEL 

This winter is all about velvet. Available in beautiful colors and textures velvet jeans will give your wardrobe an instant update and give your look a luxurious feel. Ideal for special occasions, nights out, they create an effortless touch of glamour! 

HOW TO STYLE LEATHER 

Invest in a pair of leather jeans. J Brand is leading the way with their introduction to the classic cropped boot Selena and new girl Maude cigarette cut jeans. Dress effortlessly and wear with trainers or knitwear. Dress up with heels, and a pretty blouse for contrasting textures. 

THE WINTER KNIT: LAYER IT 

Find some beautiful printed pieces by Rixo, Equipment and Rebecca Taylor. Look out for special pieces that will make you stand out, or more subtle everyday must-haves to update the winter wardrobe.

ALPINE CHIC 

Let your jumper do the talking and style effortlessly with jeans or cords. Ideal for skiwear or for the upcoming Christmas jumper day, everybody needs one of these for the winter festivities and holidays ahead. 

MAKE A STATEMENT: PRINTED VELVET & FAUX FUR 

Overcome the cold and layer up with coats, outerwear, and knitwear. Discover the key pieces to invest in for the season, keeping warm and staying stylish. For perfect party dressing, go for show-stopping styles from velvet to a faux-fur coat. 

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This season the leopard print becomes more of a day-to-day piece of clothing than a statement piece necessarily. The days of wearing it with scepticism and frugality are almost long gone. This time it's more about wearing it as a black shirt, goes with any pattern any colour or attitude your imagination can fathom. 


Although there was a misconception that a leopard overload can become tacky the truth is only the quality of the leopard print item in question can determine the elegance of the outfit. Because it had been associated with Christian Dior in the 50's to true rockstar glam in the 60's onwards with David Bowie and Debby Harry in the 80's making it almost a piece of their trademark look. Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain gave it a much needed grunge boost in the 90's.


Nowadays, Leandra Medine of ManRepeller did an impressive double (but not identical) leopard print number, matching it with red strappy heels. Olivia Palermo clashes patterns of leopard print and check while Alexa Chung goes for an animal print faux fur over short party dresses. Street style during this fashion month has also been flocked with many variations of leopard print: from pochettes, to mules, jackets, shirts or leggings the animal print has proved itself as one of the most fun ways to be fashionable this season! 


Have a look at our gallery for inspiration and keep scrolling for our edit of the key animal print items that you need to own this Fall! 


IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram

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Lina Psaila
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This season the leopard print becomes more of a day-to-day piece of clothing than a statement piece necessarily. The days of wearing it with scepticism and frugality are almost long gone. This time it's more about wearing it as a black shirt, goes with any pattern any colour or attitude your imagination can fathom. And although there was a misconception that a leopard overload can become tacky the truth is only the quality of the leopard print item in question can determine the elegance of the outfit. 


 Leopard print has been associated with Christian Dior in the 50's to true rockstar glam in the 60's and later in the 70's and 80's with David Bowie and Debby Harry making it almost a segment of their trademark. The grunge days of Kurt Cobain and Courtney love gave it a 90's twist.

Nowadays, Leandra Medine of ManRepeller did an impressive double (but not identical) leopard print number, matching it with red strappy heels. Olivia Palermo clashes patterns of leopard print and check while Alexa Chung goes for an animal print faux fur over short party dresses. Street style during this fashion month has also been flocked with many variations of leopard print: from pochettes, to mules, jackets, shirts or leggings the animal print has proved itself as one of the most fun ways to be fashionable this season! 

Have a look at our gallery for inspiration and keep scrolling for our edit of the key animal print items that you need to own this Fall! 

 IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram

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