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As much as we hate to admit the early 00's era of Paris Hilton in pink Juicy track suits, double denim x2 Justin and Britney, Christina Aguilera's dirty braided locks, oversized hoops and motorcross gear loving songstress Pink are all trending for 2017. Even though some of those trends especially worn in the early 00's period make us cringe slightly, incorporating a few items here with a 2017  approach will work wonders for your wardrobe this season!


Read on for the latest throwback staples of the season! 

1. Velour Track Suit Ensemble 

Before the rise of athleisure the velour tracksuit was a no-fail staple. Combined with an oversized bag, a Starbucks venti Latte and a miniature dog it was the celebrity uniform adorned by most starlets of the time. Many years after it's inevitable demise the velour tracksuit is having a come back. Vetement's collaboration with Juicy Couture for SS17 should have given us a hint. Kanye's YEEZY and Chloe are also adding this naughts staple into their collections. You can probably thank or cringe at Rihanna and Kylie Jenner for putting it back on the Insta Fash pack radar. 

2. Trucker Cap 

In the heyday of paparazzi and celebrity culture which was the early naughts they had to be accompanied by some much needed streetwear and paparazzi-proof attire. Black sunnies have always been favourable but headgear is also quite integral. For the early 00's that attire included the trucker cap. The ubiquitous accessory for every 20-something celebrity from Pharrell to Ashton Kutcher or Britney Spears. It was Hedi Slimane who resurfaced the the polarizing accessory for Saint Lauren's SS16 show. Nowadays, Gigi Hadid and Kylie and Kendall Jenner have all been spotted with the infamous cap.#2e2e2e"> 

3. Hot Pink 

As fashion recycles every 20 years the early naughts adopted the early 80's trend of pastel pink. When it came to the early naughts Paris Hilton not only brought the flirty colour back but basically built her brand by sporting bold non apologetic fuchia-pink. Around the same time that Legally Blonde premiered by the way. And even though we have been drowning in pastel pink for the past few seasons you can attribute the rise of bold pink to Ballenciaga's SS17 collection. Just wondering when Paris Hilton's come back is due? 

4. Motorcross Gear 

The rise of early aughties hip-hop is undeniable and it quickly infused the fashion runways too. From Pharell Williams, to Pink, EVE, or Christina Aguilera's Dirrty video and most rappers of the time donning heavy leather tracksuits and jackets usually styled with braided hair and lots of 'bling' or 'bling-bling' if you're truly old - school. Nowadays, labels like Maison Margiela, Alyx Studio, Supreme and of course Rihanna's Fenty x Puma SS18 collection at NYFW are completely in racing-inspired gear mode. 

5. Candy Coloured Sunglasses 

Colorful sunglasses were everywhere in early 00's and adored by women and men equally. From Sisqo to Justin Timberlake Eve and the Olsen Twins (they've gone a long way we know), all 00's stars were sporting this trend. Nowadays you'll find the likes of Gigi Hadid and her entourage in similar rose coloured glasses. 


6. Oversized Hoops 

The oversized hoops are a symbol of RnB and Hip Hop music. From Lauren Hill, to Missy Elliot, and EVE it's the accessory that goes hand in hand with a bandana, baseball cap or sleek back pony tail. In the aughts the trend went more mainstream and was adored by many including Victoria Beckham.These days, you can see anyone from Kendall Jenner, to the Hadid sisters or Rihanna rocking those giant gold hoops from designers like Area or minimal ones from Lombardi and Nandi Naya. 

7. Fishnets 

We're not saying you should go full-on Avril Lavigne and "Hollaback Girl"-era Gwen Stefani, necessarily, but there's definitely something about this pop version of post punk fashion that us bubbling back up all over social media. Usually worn underneath low rise wide legged ripped jeans and peaking from the waist and calves. And of course, the fishnet top is a great way to add some interest under a slip dress—or just over a bandeau bra, for a fun flirty look.

8. Pointy slingback pumps 

You can pinpoint this trend to the late 90's who resurfaced the super pointy kitten heel. It was in the early 00's though that the silhouette became more relaxed and transformed into a more elegant and feminine slingback pump with a mid-height lift. Doesn't Sophia Coppola's outfit look truly timeless? 

There you have it! The eight 00's trends that are coming back in a major way. Which ones will you be sporting this season? Check out our exclusive edit of all the items that will give you that extra aughts edge!

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Zimmermann’s NYFW 2018 show was a perfect event to show off the Spring collection and get us all in the mood for the season. This time it’s all about the frills, browns and the flowers! #spring #2018 #fashionweek Credit: Fashion Week

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This week’s edition is a New York Fashion Week special as we spotted the must-buy Simon Miller lunchbag we’ve been admiring on Instagram for a little while on the street. Unlike the now-ubiquitous Bonsai style, a cylindrical bucket bag with ring handles, the rolled brown bag that nostalgically inspired the bag’s shape is definitely more of an American thing (we had Tupperware for our packed lunches). And it’s has been chicly remade in supple and sometimes textured leather with a hidden magnetic closure. The danger with soon-to-be cult styles is that they get too popular and overexposed, but we have a feeling this understated lunchbag will only be spotted on certain women, sell out but stay just under the radar. Like Celine largely does.  


These day-to-night clutches come in a whole host of colours and sizes and as the bags are so simple, they go with everything. Net-a-porter’s Lisa Aiken, who’s always among the first to tout the newest ‘It’ bags, carried a red one to clash with her check suit. And Brie Welch was also photographed outside the shows with a small white one to hold all her essentials. Never mind the fact that you can’t carry too much in it, even if you go for a bigger size, as you’ll be able to give your shoulders and back a rest. When you finally get your hands on one, we’d recommend a manicure to match. 

Shop your favourite colour(s) in our Simon Miller lunchbag edit below.

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this boho chic runway look on Gaia Gerber it's so good! the mix between the black sequins with the colourful blouse creates such a cool outfit. And the purple smokey eye with the big messy is what 70's dreams are made off. Photo Credit: @wwd on Twitter. #fashion #look #nyfw #boho

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Loving the streetstyle that was seen at the NYFW. Many people braved the rainy weather and still managed to look stylish. #streetstyle Credit: Fashion Week

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One fashion week down, three to go. If New York Fashion Week felt a little bit under-the-radar this season, maybe it’s because designers largely eschewed fanfare for fanfare’s sake in favour of ultimately very wearable clothes for every type of women. From the Tom Ford’s glamazons and the modern minimalists at The Row to the arty sophisticates that Nanushka and Rosie Assoulin colourfully cater for, this sentiment was backed up by the diversity of the FROWs (Cardi B seated next Anna Wintour was one memorable moment) if not necessarily the models. Even the streetstyle set seemed less dramatic in their looks, turning to the tried-and-tested winning formula of a statement coat and bag, with jeans or skirts just seen, and boots (teeny-tiny sunglasses optional) as they paraded from show to show. Caroline Issa, Lisa Aiken and Susie Bubble pulled together some of the most notable. After sifting through countless runway pics, the five shows with the looks we’ll be adding to our wishlist and Pinterest boards pronto are below. In no particular order. 


As none of these were ‘see now, buy now’, shop our edit of their current collections below! The collections mentioned are in the gallery above.

Image credit: Vogue.com.

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Fashion Week is so much more than style. During fashion week we get an inside look at the hair and makeup trends that we'll be sporting all next season. On a few lucky occasions like this years’ New York Fashion Week, it also reflects a shift in society on the very definition of beauty. This NYFW was bursting with a sense of change that was embracing activism, and celebrities that were more disrupting than your average celeb bunch. 


From the breast cancer survivor Erica Hart, who walked at the Chromat show in a slip dress that was gracefully showing off her scars to the ten-year-old drag kid Desmond Napoles, who walked proudly at Gypsy Sport. To accommodate to this celebration of inclusivity and uniqueness, makeup and hairstyles were extravagant, rebellious and bold. 

EYE FOCUS 

The focus currently has shifted towards eye makeup featuring over the top looks such as black lashes and plastic bug eyes á la Gareth Pugh. There was gold glitter at Ulla Johnson and smoky eyes at Tom Ford or Alice + Olivia who traded the liquid eyeliner for a smudgy eye pencil. The eyeshadows surrendered to a rainbow effect with graphic edges in shimmering colours of pinks and purples. While Kate Spade opted for diamonds carefully glued on the models’ eyelids. 

SUBVERSIVE HAIRDOS 

When it comes to hair, the trend was all about spray products using all the essentials to create a  wet look. The accessories were over the top featuring 80’s leather headbands, throwback claw clips and irreverent updos put together with an army of hair gel. 

BOLD LIPS 

Whether it's two-tone pink and red lipstick, a healthy glow so extreme you're basically applying moon dust to your skin, red was a constant. The classic crimson lip became a powerful pout painted in a carefree fashion of individuality, whether it was in liquid form at Chromat or matte at Bottega Veneta. 

HAIR DYE 

Objecting to the single hair colour trend of seasons past, bold as they may have been, this time it was all about strategically placed streaks. The models at Sies Marjan wore pinks and blues while green and blonde short dos was also a trend at Marc Jacobs. Which of the makeup trends will you be trying this season? Shop all the beauty and hair essentials from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE, FASHIONISTA.com.

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New York Fashion Week to a memorable close last night and marc jacobs did a good job as he showed 8o's couture.
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Marc Jacobs showcased a range of 80s inspired oversized coats in a collection of bold colours. It’s all about the oversized outfits! #fashionweek #marcjacobs #oversizedcoats #80s Credit: Vogue Paris

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Take a moment to appreciate the best beauty looks of New York Fashion Week AW18 with us. Because Fashion Month is so much more than just clothes and this was our first chance to check out the hair and makeup trends we'll soon be sporting next season. As with the collections and shows themselves, which celebrated rebelliousness, inclusivity and uniqueness, the shift in society regarding the definition of beauty was reflected boldly and extravagantly. 


Here are four of our favourites! 

EYE FOCUS 

It seems more is more again by the extravagant eye makeup choices on the NYFW catwalks. Ulla Johnson’s models have their eyelids dusted with gold glitter, while Tom Ford presented his own take on sexy smoky eyes, and Alice + Olivia traded liquid eyeliner for smudgy eye pencil. The eyeshadows surrendered to a rainbow effect with graphic edges in shimmering colours of pinks and purples at Oscar de la Renta and Anna Sui. We can’t wait to DIY Kate Spade’s eye makeup: sparkling diamonds carefully glued onto eyelids.

SUBVERSIVE HAIRDOS
 

The main trend was wet look hair, created by sprays that worked on every texture as seen on the Row catwalk by hairstylist Eugene Souleiman. The accessories were pretty maximalist: with 80’s leather headbands, throwback claw clips and irreverent gelled updos among the best of the bunch. 

BOLD LIPS 

Red was a colour constant, even when paired with pink for two tone lips. And it was masterfully set off with a healthy glow so extreme it will look like you applied moon dust to your skin. This classic crimson became a powerful pout, although painted in a carefree fashion, in liquid form at Chromat and matte at Bottega Veneta. 

HAIR  DYE 

Swap the single hair colour of seasons past, as bold as it is, for strategically placed streaks. The models at Sies Marjan wore pinks and blues, while green and blonde short dos made an appearance at Marc Jacobs. Which of the makeup trends will you be trying this season? Shop all the beauty and hair essentials from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE, FASHIONISTA.com.

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Olivia Culpo's outfit during NYFW was a fine testament to her ability to look effortlessly polished and sexy at the same time. She rose to fame after being crowned Miss USA and Miss Universe.She's also a swimsuit model and has appeared in movies and series as an actress. Her sense of style is composed and sleek yet varied according to the occasion. For example, she goes for off-duty denim and elegant workwear to lovely party ensembles and cocktail dress attire. Here are a few of the style tips that constitute her unique fashion formula.


1. Play Up your Assets 

Olivia Culpo knows what works best for her figure and shows off her best features: her pins. She considers what suits her best and incorporates trends according to her look, not the other way around. If you want to accentuate your legs, go for an oversized jumper dress or a mini with ankle boots that elongate the silhouette. 

2. Selective Trend Infusion 

As Culpo's look is mostly about clean lines, and loose but figure-hugging materials, elegance and classic patterns you're not bound to see Culpo sporting fishnet stockings. They may be one of the biggest trends of the season, but since they don't work for her overall look she doesn't wear them. However, she favours slingback kitten heels that are very much on trend right now. 

3. Workwear Spin 

You may not see Olivia Culpo working a 9-5 job yet when she goes for workwear she knows how to make it her own. For example, she chooses a culotte jumpsuit paired with chunky heels and socks in order to infuse a funkier edge to her normal officewear. 

4. Colour Perfect 

Since she's a fan of the chic classic looks, you may eye Culpo sporting a head-to-toe same colour look. However, she also enjoys experimenting by colour-clashing an outfit, especially this season. For example, she incorporated the red and pink combo which is a seasonal key trend, and at the same time works well with her aesthetic.

5. Off-Duty Fun 

Although her look is poised and put together she likes to experiment with her off-duty looks. She may try a baggy denim, sheer tees and baseball caps just in time for weekend attire! 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop her favourite looks from our expert edit below! 

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We’re just as excited to discover the runaway and  streetstyle trends when Fashion Month rolls around and New York Fashion Week AW18 hasn’t disappointed so far. We spotted inspired ways to style boxy tailoring, daytime sequins, plastic raincoats, look-at-me colour and more so far from Susie Bubble, Camille Charriere et al, but we’re most taken with how ubiquitous a belted waist is. Almost, if not, every day we’ve spied a belted coat (trenches are trending), or a statement strap pulling an otherwise ordinary outfit together with polish. And if you thought we’d reach peak belt bag, think again. Only sporty bum bags have been replaced with ladylike purses. 


The best thing about this easy streetstyle trick is that you probably have a belt or belt bag in your wardrobe already that you can use. Don’t be afraid to clash tones and textures, the more unexpected the better to really get in on the action; and a corset belt will give your outerwear a dramatic new dimension. Let your belt bag whittle your waist, rather than buckling it on the hip or over one shoulder, as you’ll leave your hands free and create the illusion of an hourglass figure. That's flattering on everyone. 

Shop our edits of the best belts, belt bags and belted coats below so you can trial the trend now.  

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Show-goers at NYFW had to bare the weather tantrums including pouring rain. And maybe under any other circumstances, this would be an obstacle but for street style stars this was their opportunity to show off their raining gear. Chanel's Spring 2018 collection, heavy in PVC and see-through elements was a favourite among the stylish editors and influencers including clear plastic footwear and bucket hats. 


Another NYFW street style treasure was belted outerwear. Show attendees braced the freezing temperatures by opting for stylish translations of the basic trench coat or by simply belting many different layers all, at once. One of their favourite trenches to wear was Calvin Klein's signature outerwear by Raf Simons. 

Others went for a plaid version, with plastic overlay, pastel colours like mint and blush pink or they scrapped the trench completely and opted for faux fur colourful coats but added plastic details like hats and boots. 

If you want to incorporate rain gear into your everyday attire go for a head-to-toe plaid look in a muted colour palette like grey, white and black. 

Go for a gelato chic approach by blending pastel colours and pastel details.

Finally, go for the colour clash and opt for bold colours juxtaposed with plastic ankle boots and bucket hats. Your world is your oyster! 

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

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