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Federica Caiazzo
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We could never be fully on point without the perfect manicure! This nail art is all about glitters: the more the better! And in all colors too! #nails

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Morgan Blanks
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What do you think of having letters printed on your nails to make words? Pretty cool huh? #nailart Credit: British Vogue

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Emily Beeson
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From modern Miami apartments to London’s art deco dens, metallics are back on our interiors radar for SS18. We love the precious metals trend and to be honest, we’re pleased it’s here to stay. 


Filling your home with accessories that sparkle and shine can be tricky – you don’t want to go overboard and end up with Santa’s Grotto, nor do you want to go too low key and risk your luxe touches being overlooked. 

We’ve put together a list of useful tips on how to work the metallic trend in your home – whatever your room size, taste or budget… 

Mix your metals 

More is more with precious metals so don’t be afraid to mix warm tones like coppers and yellow golds together. Similarly, cool colours like silver and white gold work wonders when paired in the same room. 

A trick of the light

Elevate your shimmering additions by placing them near bright windows and cosy lamp-lit corners. This way, your metallic pieces will help to lend the room a wonderful sense of depth and texture. Copper-framed mirrors are great for this.

Perspective is everything

If you can’t quite commit to a copper coffee table, try grouping rose-gold accessories together to create the illusion of a larger presence in the room. If, on the other hand, you’re ready to go big, let your metallic furniture speak for itself and avoid crowding it with other metallic pieces. 

Be yourself

You can find just about anything in gold, silver and copper tones so pick out pieces that reflect your personality and use our styling tips to lend your room a luxe touch.

Want to try the precious metals trend for yourself? Explore our edit below… 

Follow us on INSTAGRAM for more styling inspo! 

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Lina Psaila
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There's nothing new about the allure of a white shoe. Dominating the 80's, this hue has been gaining ground as a certified new addition to footwear, since last season. After the white trainer boom (which is still going strong by the way) this shade has become popular in all shapes and sizes: Whether they're slingbacks, "ugly" trainers, ankle boots, thigh-high boots or your basic pumps white shoes are everywhere. 


There's something about this particular colour that elevates each outfit to rich status especially if you keep them in a pristine condition. They've also received a lot of designer approval from Vetements to Rejina Pyo or Topshop making sure that they have evolved from their 80's version to a current aesthetic. 

This season was a great example of pure sophistication when it comes to white shoes. We had the chance to feast our eyes on some pretty impressive street style photography of slouchy boots, spiky stilettos or flats including mules and loafers. Now if you want to really nail top-of-the-art glam pair them in juxtaposition with black accessories or clothing. Think of your basic LBD paired with thigh-high boots and a furry black bag for a very chic evening look. 

For a smart-casual approach team a pair of white slingbacks with leggings and the uber-elegant vinyl trench. For some extra modern appeal make sure your trench is in a checked pattern and add a pair of extra slim sunnies with coloured lenses.

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

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Hattie Cotmore
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I have always loved nail art. I love getting my nails done - choosing a colour, a shape. There's something so fun and soothing about the whole process. Nail Job showcase some crazy cool design on Instagram. I love these sunrise inspired nails. With nails it's great to experiment with colours and patterns regardless of your outfit. It's a way to infuse some fun into your wider look. Image: Instagram @nailjob

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Annie Walton Doyle
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By @lisaeldridgemakeup

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Lina Psaila
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We're only just a few days before we celebrate Easter and we have already been witnessing the Easter bunny craze from shops, to restaurants even family homes. There's nothing better than enjoying quality time with family and friends at home during the holidays. It feels even cosier in an environment that has been decked out to embrace the event. It's time to hunt shop and put together amazing decorations that will infuse your home with that holiday spirit. 


As an added bonus these DIY Easter ideas are a great way to spend time with loved ones especially if you have children or young relatives or simply are looking for an excuse to do some art & crafts. 

SHAVE CREAM EASTER EGGS 

Take an ordinary product to decorate a whole array of marbelized Easter eggs. You only need some natural food colouring or some dye to design on a bed of plain shaving cream. Then roll some hard-boiled eggs over the surface to create this cool multi-colour effect. Let the eggs dry and gently clean to remove any extra shaving cream. 

WATERCOLOUR EASTER EGGS 

A very inexpensive way to decorate Easter eggs is by using watercolour paints. For an amazing marble egg, use a round brush and create a two-tone effect by adding water to the original colour and stamping on the second round of dots. 

FRUIT & VEGETABLE EGGS 

Take small hard-boiled eggs and dip them to one solid colour. Add details with a permanent marker to make them look like your fave fruit or veggie. Add a personalised message from someone in your family, and make this an extra individual affair. 

For some more inspiration see Crystal Conte's Easter Home Deco ideas and shop all the essentials from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram, Unsplash.

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M.J Ortega
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Being a girl that likes more neutral and classic colors in clothes, I adored accessories that has a very artistic and unique factor in it, I think it makes any of my outfits stand out more. And this bag is officially on my wishlist. Photo Credit: @blkontherocks on twitter #fashion #bags #art #accesories

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Jonathan Anderson's tenure at Loewe has affected the brand's aesthetic. The designer has modernised the brand in deft ways such as infusing art and contemporary culture in Loewe's visual ethos. He's also been responsible for growing a family of It bags: from the Puzzle to the Hammock, each one was crafted under the brand's uncompromising standards. 


This Spring especially Anderson has produced a number of must-have styles such as The Hobo tote, worn in multiple ways and the Tent bag, which reverses from leather to suede. The latest addition to the brand's wide roster of luxe accessories: The Gate bag, aka our Instacrush of the week, which made its debut in SS18 and is now taking the street style by storm. 

On the Spring runway, models wore it clutched in their hand or slung on their shoulder. The Gate was crafted in Madrid from smooth leather and its small saddle design is defined by a knotted front belt and finished with juxtaposing white stitching and hand-painted edges. 

The bag was a fashion pack favourite in Milan, Paris and London street style. Opt for the camel shade and sport it with contrasting hues of purple and grey slung loosely on your shoulder. Keep your outfit monochrome and let the bag be the pop of colour of the general outfit. Blend the bag into your outfit by pairing the midnight blue version with the same colour shirt and floor-skimming skirt. Finish the look off with a long vinyl trench. 

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

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram

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Alya Barutoğlu
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It’s more than a slogan! This season it’s all about graphic t-shirts. Not just a message on you but also art, pictures or simple lines. You’ve probably seen the Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston t-shirts around. Messages can also be given with a picture. Try these graphic one during Spring because you’ll be seeing it a lot around you. #graphic #tshirts #shirts #message #slogan #logo #trend #streetstyle #style #fashion

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Yellow has always been a happy colour... ın art, movies, feelings... Yellow is always warm and happy. Even though ultra violets are the major colour trend for Spring 2018, happy yellows are the micro trend everyone should have in their wardrobes! #happy #yellow #trend #colour #fashion #style #pantone #ultraviolet #purple

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Lily Niu
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With preparations for pulling together new spring wardrobes underway, it's only a natural progression to start thinking about what beauty looks we can take to as soon as possible. Change is in the air, and we have some nail design suggestions for you!  


Over the past two rounds of fashion month, one recurring beauty trend we've spotted on the runways are graphic manicures; whether they've been bold and colourful or slick and monochromatic, there's a myriad of ways in which graphic and minimalist nails can be done.

From a dot to a line, a simple detail, this manicure was on every show: Opening Ceremony, Kate Spade, 3.1 Phillip Lim... you name it. Every colour is yours to play with, but our favour goes to black and metallic designs. And no need for a professional, you can try it yourself with a hair pin or pencil point dipped into nail polish before applying it to your nails. This minimal manicure won't let people indifferent. 

If you're more into plain colours, this season trend is all about lilac, following the colour of the year Ultra Violet. From head to toes, you can embrace this soft, pastel colour, for a smooth entry into Spring. 

And last but not least, metallic and glitter nail polishes are always there to bring some sparkle in your outfit. Shiny and glamorous make-up and outfits should not be limited to Christmas and Red Carpet, everyday should be a party, and that small fantasy will be the trick. And if you don't feel confident enough to rock a full sparkly manicure, an accent nail is an original way to embrace the trend. 

Head to the gallery above for nail art design inspo and a tutorial by Jaunty Juli then shop the kit below.

We haven't forgotten about nail care either so check out what nail strengtheners and cuticle oils from OPI, Butter London, Nails Inc. and Deborah Lippmann we've lined up too... Shop our edit below!


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Video Credit: JauntyJuli

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