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Transitional weather periods require transitional wardrobe. And one of the transitional weather absolute favourite staples is the trench coat. From royal, Kate Middleton to reality star Kim Kardashian West and blogger/ journalist Pandora Sykes (you are seeing the expansion of the fashion spectrum here, right?) are opting for multiple variations of the trench coat. Whether you choose the Bottega Veneta one that Lauren Bacall wore in the SS18 show or the uber trendy winter floral print at Michael Kors, this piece is bound to add more than a few points of elegance to your look. 


There's great variety in form but most importantly in the fabric. High gloss details or full on shiny leather trenches. Tightly cinched or left in a looser silhouette. One of the most spot on colours for trench coats this season is khaki, but get ready for some impressive numbers in red, off-white, camel and baby blue. 

Check our exclusive edit of the trench coats you need to own this season!

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This is not a drill: new Mansur Gavriel styles have just landed on Mytheresa.com fresh off the runway. ‘See it, love it, buy it’ is usually how it goes with the New York based brand’s It bags and shoes but, as this is the first time their ready-to-wear will be stocked as well, we expect this drop to sell out pronto. There’s no doubt about it anymore, MG is taking over your wardrobe one colourfully minimal piece at a time, and has captured the hearts and wardrobes of stylish women worldwide. From a colour-blocked bucket bag to a full- blown offering of essential knitwear, boardroom-to-bar dresses and more, the now-cult brand’s clean and sophisticated aesthetic stays the same. Everything’s free from surface embellishment, bar their discrete logo, so the impeccable materials and craftsmanship can be admired in all their glory.  


We can’t think of a better way to sample 2018’s sweet pastel trend than with Mansur Gavriel’s chic lemon, candy floss pink and lavender basics. Think smooth silk shirts and tops and you definitely won’t be missed in an elegantly sheer layered midi dress, which comes in traffic-stopping red as well as this delicious pink. And why buy another iconic leather bucket alone, available here in new colourways and sizes, when you could broaden your collection with a tote, circle crossbody or even a roomy travel bag in classic and contemporary tones. Let the array of suede, shearling lined, and heeled boots put the spring in your step and you’ll be itching to show off your pedicure in the open-toed mules and sandals as soon as the weather permits. 

Check out the collection highlights in the gallery above then shop your favourite styles in the exciting edit below. 

In partnership with Mytheresa.com

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Lina Psaila
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Yes, we're already reaching the end of February meaning the end of winter. More sunlight, more time for exposed legs and a time for a slight change in wardrobe. These changes include footwear, and though we're not yet into flip flop season, this time it's all about ankle boots and their many variations: Flat, heeled, leather and suede, print or plain.


FLAT 

The flat ankle boot is probably the easiest way to be comfy chic. If you don't believe me just ask a few flat ankle aficionados like Alexa Chung and Sienna Miller. Follow in their footsteps and team them with midi skirts, long floral trousers or leggings. 

HEELED 

The autumn/winter essentials are definitely a pair of impressive, leather heeled ankle boots. They are offered in a great variety of punky buckle boots, suede Western styles, vintage lace up booties, riding styles in metallics bright bold colours like red and purple but also look out for plain black, grey, brown or white. 

Check our exclusive edit of ankle boots that you need to try this season! 

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These talented influencers know more than a thing or two about the art of nail polish: From your typical mani- pedis to whimsical designs, editorial looks and red carpet showstoppers you'll find it in their Insta accounts. So whether you're looking for some newfound inspiration for tonight's outfit, researching the new nail art trends or simply gaining a first look into nail artistry, we have you covered. 


Find out below who are the best nail influencers right now! 


Poole is an editorial manicurist with credits that include Refinery29, Vogue.com, V Magazine, American Vogue and InStyle. Not an easy feat but quite an accomplishment for Sally Hanson's former Global Colour Ambassador! 


Real name Kelly Marissa made a blog out of her passion for nail polish. Even though she doesn't blog anymore she's dedicated her YouTube channel on providing tutorials for nail-art with DIY products and beauty product reviews. 


Lisa is an accountant living in San Fransisco with her boyfriend and son. She's also the blogger behind Cosmetic Sanctuary. An online destination covering cosmetics and hair care and a very dedicated section on nail polish. 


Although an LA engineer by day, Janelle Estep is a very successful self-taught nail artist and vlogger. She's also the author of the book Awesome Nails that features prints for nail decals and nail-stickers. If you're looking for freebies, DIY's and reviews head to her channel now! 


Chelsea King is a nail art superstar. She has tended to the nails of celebrities like Katy Perry and Jessie J, while she was named Global Nail Artist for Revlon last year. She started her career initially as a hobby, and her blog became her launching vehicle that led to tutorial and design gigs for the likes of MTV and Refinery29! 


According to enthusiast Kylie Jenner, Jessica Washick "uses color and negative space like no one else". Apart from being a celebrity and session nail tech, and a contributor to NAILPRO she's also a Color Designer for Nike and the creator of the U Don't A Man, U Need A Manicure Tumblr, where you can find her work. 


Although you can find her tutorials and howtos on her YouTube, this nail art insider showcases her craft on Facebook. Her niche artwork is intricate gradients and complex marbling. The impressive thing about Collete is that she's self-taught and encourages her followers to keep learning with her. Go Colette! 

For your ultimate nail art inspo look through our gallery and grab all of your nail essentials from our curated edit below!

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Wow. We’re going to start by analysing Lawrence’s look at a photocall for her new thriller ‘Red Sparrow’ earlier this week objectively before we weigh in on the sexist row it provoked. Because we haven’t seen such a figure-flaunting, spotlight-stealing LBD since Liz Hurley’s vintage Versace safety pin dress in 1994; a point that’s been widely made by #10;http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-5412753/Jennifer-Lawrence-steals-style-Elizabeth-Hurley.html
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-5412753/Jennifer-Lawrence-steals-style-Elizabeth-Hurley.html">fashion commentators. And even though the Oscar winner’s dress is also by Versace doesn’t have the same punkish hardware, talk about bootylicious! Lawrence defines her hourglass figure and shows off all of her assets at once thanks to plunging neckline and thigh high slit confidently and shamelessly. Kudos to her for that. Accompanied by smoky eyes, a single gold bracelet, single strap heels and unexpectedly windswept hair, she looks amazing. 


The look is problematic for some, however, because Lawrence’s showing an awful lot of skin for a windy winter’s day and her male co-stars were well-wrapped up in comparison. To them, the situation seems to reinforce sexist stereotypes the #TimesUp movement is trying to dispel, despite the dress being black. New Statesman’s deputy editor Helen Lewis tweeted “This is such a quietly depressing (and revealing) image… True equality mean either Jennifer Lawrence getting a coat, or Jeremy Irons having to pose for a photocell in assless chaps” which subsequently went viral. But Lawrence herself gave the best clapback in a lengthy Facebook statement where she asserted her right to wear whatever she wants. “This is not only utterly ridiculous, I am extremely offended. That Versace dress was fabulous, you think I'm going to cover that gorgeous dress up with a coat and a scarf?” Touché. A woman after our own hearts. We’re loving Lawrence’s body confidence at the moment as this outfit follows the incredible plunging metallic gown she wore at the London premiere. 

Recreate the look if your dare by shopping our safety pin edits below. 

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Double winner Dua Lipa, Jorja Smith, Maya Jama and Kylie all looked amazing at last night's Brit Awards. But we're now totally on board with the feather trim trend after loving the white feather details of Holly Willoughby,  Rita Ora and Adwoa Aboah’s red carpet looks. Miles away from the feather boas you may have worn to your last 1920s fancy dress party; they function as a whimsical, decadent addition to any style you can think of, fluttering gorgeously with movement. Dress trims, on coat cuffs, flourishing on shoes and bags, even basic tank tops as Miuccia Prada has chicly proved with paintbox bright plumes. Consider them a welcome respite from faux fur as well, more unusual and way less likely to make you the target of a PETA protest (there isn’t the same furore over ostrich feathers). 

Obviously Willoughby, Ora and Aboah showcased how to dress these feather trims up, alongside white rose tributes that picked up where The Grammys left off. Add minimal or understated accessories and go is the key styling tip to note, to allow the feathers to be the focal point. The same thing works for during the day as these fancy details will instantly elevate an otherwise ordinary look. We’d also recommend sticking to one plumed piece at a time unless you want to veer into costume territory. 

Shop the short sleeved version of Willoughby’s David Koma dress and our edit of buy-now feather pieces below. 

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This week our focus surrounds the bag that we've seen on the arms of influencers and fashion editors more than all others combined. Just like the straw basket bag of last year, this material is a bit controversial for winter. But no one stopped wearing the basket bag or the string bag, last year in February either. 


The string bag was more of a shopping bag that required an inner bag to hold all of your items safely.This London Fashion Week took notice and presented an evolved version of the bag. Enter the plant pot bag: a transformed evening tote featuring a leather case where you can store your phone and wallet. A few of the "It" bag converts include Hannah Strafford Taylor, Lisa Aiken and Yasmin Sewell. 

The design was created by the LA-based brand Staud and has been seen in most Insta accounts especially during London Fashion Week in a variety of hues: from tan to pink, white and red. Fitting in nicely with the rest of the impressive mid-range designer handbags you can purchase the Staud bag without breaking the bank ranging between the $285 and $475 mark. 

If you're unsure about the string bag, you can opt for a velvet crush option or a leather version proffered by the fashion pack such as Alexa Chung and Leandra Medine. Wear your favourite style with a day smart outfit and instantly elevate your look. 

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

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Let us start by wishing the Pisces people of the world a happy birthday! Perhaps the most famous and iconic Pisces around right now Rihanna, who has the zodiac symbol tattooed on her neck, turned #dirtythirty this week and commemorated the occasion by releasing limited editions of her best-selling Fenty Beauty highlighter Trophy Wife. And fellow Pisces Justin Beiber will surely celebrate with on-again girlfriend Selena Gomez when his birthday comes around. We’re bringing this up because the qualities dreamy Pisces seem to share are sensitivity, imagination and compassion, according to Susan Miller, which may be worth keeping in mind when picking their birthday gift. This water sign’s symbol is two fish tied together swimming in opposite directions which is why pet fish, anything with a fish motif or water-related may be well appreciated.


There are Pisces cards and so much thematic jewellery to update their jewellery boxes with in whatever shade of gold, stone, style or motif they like best. Charms are cool because they can be attached to styles they already own and the earrings we’ve seen will be great additions to their everyday uniform. And if you really want to spoil them, and you know their shoe size, head to Moda Operandi to pick out an exclusive pair of red soled Christian Louboutin with their initials, date of birth, zodiac symbol and constellation embroidered on the body in metallic thread. For their home, what about a colourful fish print for their wall, a mug for their tea, a fish print laundry basket or even a Pisces pillow? 

Shop our top Pisces picks in the edit below. 

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With London Fashion Week well underway, take your cues from the streetstyle set as you shop this week’s incredible deals. Nasty Gal, IKRUSH and AX Paris are offering discounts on everything, not just the sale, and you can shop Misspap’s newest styles for a quarter off. Trend boxes you can tick are anything red or mustard, check tailoring, statement shoes, and a floral dress wouldn’t hurt for an wedding or Spring event you’ve got coming up. Head to Lookfantastic to re-stock your bathroom shelf or pick up some new beauty products to try. 


Scroll through the deals and shop our edit of the best pieces for less this week below.

ENDING TOMORROW 
Nasty Gal: 20% off everything + free delivery. Code: SOCRE20. 
IKRUSH: 20% off everything. Code: TREAT20. 
AX Paris: 10% off everything. Code: 10ALL. 
Misspap: 25% off new in. Code: NEW25. 
Boohoo.com: 25% off going out. Code: LOVE. 

ENDING WEDNESDAY 
Zalando: Up to 40% off trainers. 
Topshop: Free worldwide delivery.  

ENDING FRIDAY 
The Hut: 20% off coats & boots. Code: RAIN20. 
Lookfantastic: 15% off. Code: FIRST. 
IKRUSH: 50% off boots. 

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Picking up where the Golden Globes left off with another black dress Time’s Up protest on the red carpet, actresses attending last night’s BAFTAs turned to statement jewellery to really set their looks off. More specifically earrings that glinted and sparkled under the glare of camera flashes and the eyes of the world. Diamonds were understandably popular- they are a girl’s best friend after all and if you can’t wear them on the red carpet, where else can you show them off with security nearby just in case? Angelina Jolie’s chandelier earrings were a departure from her usual understated style but they pushed her dress and classic make-up into dazzling territory.  


A pop of green via gorgeous emerald stone settings were an unexpected alternative. Lead by the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge who wore a matching earrings and necklace set, Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Arterton and more put green jewellery back in the spotlight, a move Jennifer Lawerence cemented when she presented the first award of the night ‘Outstanding British Film’. We also saw great examples of chain link and dramatic black tassel earrings we’re itching to try out too. 

To really hammer home their message of action and solidarity with women facing injustice and sexual harassment, actresses like Jolie and Naomie Harris brought female activists along as their dates. And Best Actress winner Frances McDormand utterly stole the show (no mean fest with Joanna Lumley as host) dead-panning her witty acceptance speech; and she pledged her support for her 'sisters in black', despite not completely complying with the dress code. 

Shop the key earrings styles we saw in our edits below for your next formal event.

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