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Pas besoin d'aller à Roland Garros pour se mettre au tennis, au moins coté style. Robes à volants, polos et petites robes plissées ont toute leur place dans votre dressing, que vous soyez fan de tennis ou non ! 


Hors les courts, le style tennis a ce petit coté fille sage et de bonne famille, saine et sportive à la fois. Il a quelque chose d'atemporel, de naturellement élégant et personnel. Souvenez-vous de Margot Tenenbaum, le personage fétiche de Gwyneth Paltrow, qui ne quittait jamais ses robes polo... Un style signature donc, dont les marques les plus cool s'en sont inspirées et qu'on aurait tort de ne pas regarder de plus près. 

Découvrez notre sélection et shoppez mettez-vous en mode tennis ! 

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Alya Barutoğlu
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The famous tennis player is winning in all of her dreams! Williams shared on her Instagram that fashion and tennis were her two big dreams and she had to give up one to pursue another. Announcing that her second dream was achieved with her new fashion collection, the famous tennis player shared some admirable images of her new designs. #fashion #collection #serenawilliams #newcollection #trend #tennis

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Do you know how to stay Comfy when playing tennis or any other sport? Sneakers. Sneakers all life. Just like these Diadora ones! #sneakers #diadora

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Thiara Collorec
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Le Printemps et ces ponts arrivent, et vous ne pensez qu'à une chose : partir. Focus sur Cinq destinations idéales pour vous ressourcer, le temps d'un week-end.


1. L'Oxfordshire, en Angleterre 

La campagne anglaise, c'est tout un fantasme. Et c'est dans l'Oxfordshire, à seulement 1h30 en voiture de Londres, qu'on retrouve les plus beaux paysages - et les plus beaux hôtels. Pour un week-end de luxe absolu, cap sur le Soho Farmhouse, la première adresse champêtre du groupe Soho House. Spa Cowshed, terrain de tennis, écurie de onze chevaux… Mais aussi épicerie fine, concept-store, cinéma et restaurant british faisant la part belle aux fruits et légumes du potager. Et pour dormir, on file sur l'une des petites cabanes réparties sur 40 hectares de prairie 

2. Pergola, en Italie 

Dans la campagne italienne, il n'y a pas que la Toscane. Loin des circuits touristiques habituels, le village de Pergola abrite une véritable perle dédiée à l'agriturisme de luxe. À la Maison Malatesta, une ancienne bâtisse du XVème siècle reconverti en un joli bed & breakfast, on découvre la vie champêtre à l’italienne : promenade à pieds ou à cheval dans les collines environnantes, visite des petits villages typiques du coin, soins au spa ou lecture dans le salon. 

3. Les Landes, en France

Des paysages à couper le souffle et un hôtel à part, Les Echasses, réinterprétation des maisons d’éleveurs de moutons en modges éco-friendly cinq étoiles. Des maisons-lodges habillées de meubles scandinaves, réparties au bord d’un étang et ouvertes sur la campagne du Pays Basque. On n'a pas mieux pour renouer avec la nature. 

4. Le Douro, au Portugal 

La région des vignobles portugais a tout ce qu'il faut pour vous surprendre - et vous détendre. Pour la découvrir, le Casa de Rio est imbattable : perché en haut d’un vignoble de six hectares, cet hôtel boutique apparaît comme suspendu dans la nature. Un lieu spectaculaire, où les vignes plantées en terrasses sont traversées par un fleuve azuré. Mobilier retro, piscine infinie et une cave à vins impressionnante finiront de vous convaincre. 

5. Bad Birnbach, en Bavière 

On ne pense pas forcément à 'Allemagne pour un week-end détente à la campagne, et pourtant. Mêlant cabanes dans les arbres, petites maisons dans les bois et lodges sur pilotis, le Hofgut Hafnerleiten Houses est un véritable paradis dans la campagne bavaroise. Avec pour devise "Amour, repos et détente", cet hôtel à la philosophie holistique est le spot idéal pour recharger ses batteries. Cerise sur le gâteau, un restaurant bio aux influences méditerranéennes, travaillant les légumes provenant directement du potager des lieux. 

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Never mind the Balenciaga ‘Triple S’ trainers, which are sold out everywhere. Consider this: would your Dad actually wear them? Because that’s the criteria all so-called ‘Dad’ trainers (or even Grandpa trainers) should be judged by and we’re not sure that the streetstyle favourites previously mentioned fit the bill. After all, there’s nothing understated about them, they’re chunky, and truth be told,  they probably fit into the ‘ugly’ sneaker trend just as well. But besides the 80s and 90s nostalgia of them, they are undeniably comfortable and an delightfully subversive addition to a dress that will garner compliments.


So if your Dad won’t wear those, what will he wear? We’re imagining simple, and most importantly, unisex styles so you can give the phrase ‘Daddy’s girl’ a sartorial twist with a matching pair of your own. Like the ever popular Stan Smiths that Phoebe Philo chicly revived which were named after the male American tennis player of the same name; or the Gazelles creative types seem to wear uniformly in their favourite or most versatile colour. And speaking of versatility, a neutral colour palette will maximise wearability. And if your Dad, like mine, wouldn’t be seen dead in a pair of sneakers; wear the trend in his honour.  

Shop our edit of the best real life Dad sneakers below. 

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Lina Psaila
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For the past few seasons, the trainer has elevated to omnipresent status. It's almost a street style prerequisite to sport haute couture with a pair of sneakers. But more than even the contrast has been more evident with the rise of the "ugly" dad trainer and more specifically the Balenciaga's designer version. But the expensive option is luckily not the only one. Usually, the trainer trend doesn't exceed the $100 mark making it quite easy for us. 


Here are a few of our best Shopcade finds: 

VANS 

Those classic black Vans slip ons have been one of the most popular options to pair with frilly dresses, colourful pantsuits even a basic jeans and shirt combo. 

NIKES 

There's something about Nikes with jeans. a long coat and a chunky knit that says 80s elegance. Although denim goes perfectly with Nikes you can try it with dresses as a tennis shoe alternative.

REEBOKS 

Apart from the highly anticipated Victoria Beckham collaboration in 2018, we love Reeboks because of their slight pump making them an ideal pairing for dresses and joggers alike. Take your pick for an uber cool street style look. 

ASICS

Turn back time to the naughties in the Kill Bill era that made this pair Hollywood level popular. Try them with a midi denim skirt or denim overalls. 

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

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Lina Psaila
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When comfort meets style we all gasp with excitement and relief! One of those chic combinations is the undeniable allure of wearing dresses with trainers. This trend started a few seasons ago and it shows no signs of slowing down. If you simply scroll on your Insta you'll find more than a few influencers sporting their favourite sneaker with a dress. If you're still unsure of how to wear the trend, fear not we have you covered! 


Take notes from Lilly Allen, circa 2006 and wear your favourite tennis sneakers with a full tulle skirt or dress. Add a hair bow for effect! 

One of the biggest pattern trends of 2018 is polka dots. So why not get your fave polka dot dress out of the closet and wear it with a chunky pair of "ugly" dad sneakers. 

Mix and Match. Go for a velvet floral number which is quite chic and evening and sport it with basic grey trainers to create a well- balanced outfit. 

Go for Bold. Try an ultraviolet (pantone colour of the year) dress and pair it with an equally vavavoom shade on your sneakers like mustard or blue. The end result is pure confidence.

Check out 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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It's been another great Fashion month and now with PFW drawing the curtain we can round up the best moments and predict the trends that will inform the next Spring/ Summer season!


OVERALL TONE: GLAMOUR MEETS GLITTER! 

We've seen a shift from blunt norm core to glitz and frivolity and after fashion month it's evident that this trend is here to stay. Designers want to celebrate the joy of life during darker times. Dries van Noten dedicated her collection to "The Optimist", who knows how to break the rules. The sneaker gave way to its more glamorous version of the Manolo - as a nod both to the glitz and glam but also to the Carrie Bradshaw look that defined the early 00's resurgence that we're experiencing now. We also saw puffed hemline dresses at Saint Laurent, as director Anthony Vaccarello paid a tribute to Pierre Berge, Yves Saint Lauren't long time business and life partner. The end result was a beautiful show of feathers, frills, shimmer and satin. Alessandro Del' Acqua's creations emphasized on big satin separates and glittery dresses full of bold patterns and colours. At Maison Margiela, John Galliano's version of glitz was crystals, feathers and mirror embellishments on coats and dresses. Makes you want to party no matter what. 

PANTSUITS AT CELINE 

Tennis Club de Paris: Phoebe Philo showcases a stunning collection at a giant-tent bubble structure while Mary J. Blige's rendition of "You're All I Need", blasted through the speakers. The runway was flocked with extra wearable garments for example oversized suits with large trench coats reminiscent of an 80's power businesswoman. The colour palette was equally 80s scrumptious meaning pistachio pastel pink and fair yellow. Another element introduced by CELINE was extreme fringing on the hem of flapper-style dresses. When it came to accessories the theme was volume: oversize totes, balloon like clutches, big gold buckle belts, and chunky white lace oxfords. 

HELEN MIRREN & JANE FONDA at L'Oreal x Balmain 

The location was Paris Champs de Elysees and the occasion was the L' Oreal x Balmain fall 2017 collaboration. The show starred an array of stunning models like Doutzeb Kroues and Liya Kebede and two movie icons Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda. Mirren was dresses in a suit a la garconne while whipping her cane around with prolific elegance and confidence. Jane Fonda on the other hand, threw peace signs and really owned the long runway. A true inspiration seeing two ladies well into their 70s (Jane Fonda turns 80 at the end of 2017) strutting their stuff with pride. 

VIRGIL ABLOH RECREATES ICONIC DIANA SUITS 

More specifically, Abloh took the people's princess most wearable looks as an inspiration board just four weeks after the 20th anniversary of her death. The challenge was to re-invent those items without sacrifising them and coming up with a collection that would be in line with the current fashion climate. The result was briliiantly made tartan suits, graphic prints, prim coctail suits, polished whites, polka dot suits, and pastel coloured numbers. 

IMAGE CREDITS: ELLE.com, Instagram

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Lina Psaila
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It's been another great Fashion month and now with PFW drawing the curtain we can round up the best moments and predict the trends that will inform the next Spring/ Summer season!


OVERALL TONE: GLAMOUR MEETS GLITTER! 

We've seen a shift from blunt norm core to glitz and frivolity and after fashion month it's evident that this trend is here to stay. Designers want to celebrate the joy of life during darker times. Dries van Noten dedicated her collection to "The Optimist", who knows how to break the rules. The sneaker gave way to its more glamorous version of the Manolo - as a nod both to the glitz and glam but also to the Carrie Bradshaw look that defined the early 00's resurgence that we're experiencing now. We also saw puffed hemline dresses at Saint Laurent, as director Anthony Vaccarello paid a tribute to Pierre Berge, Yves Saint Lauren't long time business and life partner. The end result was a beautiful show of feathers, frills, shimmer and satin. Alessandro Del' Acqua's creations emphasized on big satin separates and glittery dresses full of bold patterns and colours.At Maison Margiela, John Galliano's version of glitz was crystals, feathers and mirror embellishments on coats and dresses. Makes you want to party no matter what. 

PANTSUITS AT CELINE 

Tennis Club de Paris: Phoebe Philo showcases a stunning collection at a giant-tent bubble structure while Mary J. Blige's rendition of "You're All I Need", blasted through the speakers. The runway was flocked with extra wearable garments for example oversized suits with large trench coats reminiscent of an 80's power businesswoman. The colour palette was equally 80s scrumptious meaning pistachio pastel pink and fair yellow. Another element introduced by CELINE was extreme fringing on the hem of flapper-style dresses. When it came to accessories the theme was volume: oversize totes, balloon like clutches, big gold buckle belts, and chunky white lace oxfords. 

HELEN MIRREN & JANE FONDA at L'Oreal x Balmain 

The location was Paris Champs de Elysees and the occasion was the L' Oreal x Balmain fall 2017 collaboration. The show starred an array of stunning models like Doutzeb Kroues and Liya Kebede and two movie icons Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda. Mirren was dresses in a suit a la garconne while whipping her cane around with prolific elegance and confidence. Jane Fonda on the other hand, threw peace signs and really owned the long runway. A true inspiration seeing two ladies well into their 70s (Jane Fonda turns 80 at the end of 2017) strutting their stuff with pride. 

VIRGIL ABLOH RECREATES ICONIC DIANA SUITS 

More specifically, Abloh took the people's princess most wearable looks as an inspiration board just four weeks after the 20th anniversary of her death. The challenge was to re-invent those items without sacrifising them and coming up with a collection that would be in line with the current fashion climate. The result was briliiantly made tartan suits, graphic prints, prim coctail suits, polished whites, polka dot suits, and pastel coloured numbers. 

Get inspired and shop the top Paris Fashion Week lewks below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: ELLE.com, Instagram.


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Emma Stone is back in this year's anticipated film: Battle of The Sexes. Based on a true story and set in 1972, the movie highlights the topical gender pay gap, at a time when the United States Lawn Tennis Association had announced a new prize fund offering eight times less for women. 


In the film, 29-year-old King is tired of the gender inequality in a sport where women were so shockingly deemed inferior as a means to justify the wage gap. This fuels her ambition to launch the Women's Tennis Association in order to provide an equal working space for women. This irritates most male players including ex-pro Bobby Riggs, played by Steve Carell, who challenges her to the most proficient test: a match or battle of the sexes which in his mind will prove that women are in fact inferior and thus deserve a lesser pay. 

Apart from the women's issues and serious Oscar buzz, the film is filled with exquisite 70s fashion moments! Emma wears some amazing geek chic glasses throughout the film, with 70s flared jeans and a pink shirt. This week, the actress attended the premiere wearing a white Tom Ford dress with chain straps, white heels and a statement gold clutch bag. We've recreated a couple of Emma's looks below!

Battle of the Sexes will be released in the UK on 22 November.

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One of the most anticipated movies of the season is Battle of The Sexes starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell. The movie is based on the true story of female tennis player Billie Jean King who faced Bobby Riggs in a nationally televised exhibition match. 


Refusing to let male misogyny dominate the courts. In the film, 29-year-old King is tired of the gender inequality in a sport where women were so shockingly deemed inferior as a means to justify the wage gap. So King, who had just won the 1972 US Open, finds out that the United States Lawn Tennis Association has announced a new prize fund, offering eight times less for women. This fuels her ambition to launch the Women's Tennis Association in order to provide an equal working space for women. 

This irritates most male players including ex-pro Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) who challenges her to the most proficient test - a match or battle of the sexes which in his mind will prove that women are in fact inferior and thus deserve a lesser pay. Directing duo Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (Little Miss Sunshine) have recounted these events in Battle of the Sexes

Movie goers should be prepared for everyday sexism casually falling out of almost every male character’s mouth (“It’s not your fault, it’s biology!”) 

Apart from the women's issues and serious Oscar buzz, the film is filled with exquisite 70s fashion moments. Fro the perfect tennis outfits, wide legged jeans and extra geek chic glasses taking centre stage throughout. Look in our exclusive edit below on how to get the look! 

Battle of the Sexes will be released in the US on 22 November.

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Sienna Miller walked into Wimbledon this year in sartorial splendour. Wearing a Ralph Lauren lemon yellow sundress, the star of the recent Young Vic play “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”, emulated modern elegance. 

Sienna steered away from the cliche tennis whites and garden party florals and swapped her chiffon and silks for linen. Linen is strange choice for some, an old fashioned one perhaps. However, contrary to the grandmother's-wardrobe association we once made, linen is on the rise and is a must-have this summer! Matched with the right accessories, it echoes both cool authenticity and summer sophistication. 

Do not fear, you don’t have to be Sienna to pull off this casual classic. Lucy Williams, the ultimate style influencer is sporting linen. The eponymous label Three Graces and Paloma Wool as well as queen of e-commerce cool, store “Lisa says Gah” and blogger Song of Style are wearing it. 

We are delighted that some key fashion players have designed some beautiful pieces, from palazzo trousers to crop tops and sundresses. There is something for everyone! Buy a linen sundresses or crop top and high wasted skirt and pair with cat eye sunglasses or dramatic tassel earrings. Do wear linen the contemporary way and style it with some cool accessories for a relaxed and laid-back look!

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