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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. 

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Loving this #Fendi bag, part of Fendi’s newest collection. The colour is perfect and I personally would match it with simple grey and/or black outfits. Credit: British Vogue Instagram

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The kick-off at Milan Fashion week was definitely eye-grabbing. Hailed as one of the most anticipated shows at Milan Fashion Week, Gucci had the attendees wondering from the first moment of contact. The invite was an orange timer sealed inside a plastic bag with digital numbers counting down to the time and date of the show. On the front of the timer, a sticker said: "Parental Advisory, Explicit Content."


The show was presented at the brand's Milan Hub and was transformed into a surgeon's room complete with PLC flooring, dark LED lamps and icy cold hospital rooms creating a spooky atmosphere. According to the designer Alessandro Michele, the inspiration was an essay written by Donna Haraway ion  1984 "A Cyborg Manifesto" featuring the distinctions between human, animals and machines. 

The end result was a paraphernalia of hybrids, dualism and a fine line between man and animal male and female. Some models carried frightening replicas of their own heads or eerie animals such as a snake, a chameleon or a baby dragon.

The FROW at Gucci which was made into a hospital waiting room seated the likes of Nick Cave, Susie Bick and their son Earl Cave. Seated next to them were the stars of The End of the F***ung World Jessica Barden and Alex Lawther, Donatella Versace, Chloe Sevigny, Rowan Blanchard, Edward Enninful and Anna Wintour. The collection featured many of the House's signatures such as rich embroidery, sequins, feathers and detailed tailoring. 

The accessories such as headscarves were printed with horses while bags were printed with tigers. Others were inspired by Asian architecture including a pagoda-looking hat. Overall a fine mesh of Michelle's unique approach to abundant maximalism. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration, and shop like a maximalist from our expert edit below!

IMAGE CREDITS: Vogue.com

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Meghan Markle has been in the fashion watch for the past few months as expected. Whether it's her Burberry coat, her welly boots, beret hat or Strathbery bag it's no surprise those products will sell out as soon as she's snapped sporting them. 


And while when it comes to her fashion sense her preference leans towards British designers, when it comes to make up she goes for Italian and Giorgio Armani to be exact. In an interview with Refinery 29, Lydia Sellers, Markle's make-up artist for two years before the Suits star moved to the UK revealed her affinity for Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Foundation. 

In that interview, Sellers revealed that Markle was very "in the know" about beauty and she could instantly tell which products she liked and which she didn't. She was also a fan of a light foundation that would let her freckles shine through. One of the ways to achieve this is by blending it with your moisturiser for an even lighter effect that leaves the skin to breathe and glow. 

This product is an all-round Bestseller with amazing reviews online! Get your perfect shade from our expert edit below and let your skin shine!#222222; background-color: transparent"> 

IMAGE CREDITS: Refinery29, Vanity Fair.

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If you’ve found yourself sweating in your winter coat recently or soaked through after a sudden downpour, it may be time to get a raincoat. Not an umbrella that’s easily lost on the tube and stands no chance in gale force winds; plus they’re also kind of annoying to hold when wet and sans bag to stash it in. Indeed, these lightweight saviours may be better associated with festival style but they really come into their own at this time of year when it’s still cold but slightly too warm for heavy outerwear. As lovely and cuddly as faux fur is, it definitely isn’t waterproof and can shed coloured hair all over your all-black look. 


These raincoats are thin, waterproof outer layers that sit on top of all of the others- statement knits, hoodies, thermals, even a leather jacket- to keep you dry rather than warm. And better yet, some of them can even fold into small bags that fit into your handbag. We see no reason not to wear a raincoat everywhere as we transition into Spring and how we’re doing it this season is outlined below. 

Shop our favourite raincoats for work, weekend and wedding 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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Fashion Week has arrived in London and it isn't disappointing so far. Mulberry took to the runway, elegant as ever, and oh how in love I am. It's hard to choose a favourite S/S18 handbag because obviously I want them all. After some serious section-making have chosen just one to share. This is the Lynton. Cute and poised, as the brand always is. I love the structure of this bag, the scrunch at the top makes it pouch-like. It's casual enough to look effortless during the day but it's still beautiful enough to be taken for dinner. I implore to check out the whole range it is stunning. Image: Mulberry.com

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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 mini Hermés bag was shot by me and it’s in London, displayed at Christie’s. I wish it wasn’t made of crocodile 😭 #crueltyfree forever! ️⚡️

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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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Dressing for winter can vary depending on the city you’re living. Still even in freezing temperatures it seems that a motivated fashion-savvy girl will find a way to sport her favourite items regardless of weather fits. One of the trends that most fashionistas have been craving the last two seasons at least is a pair of sleek and streamlined mules. 


The difference is that it wasn’t until this season that we’ve noticed influencers figuring out how to wear them in freezing climates. The styling tricks can range from adding socks to keeping the toes warm. We’re rounding up the best styling hacks to wear mules in winter. 

BALANCING ACT 

Although it’s essential to keep your extremities at reasonable temperatures sometimes it’s enough dressing up other parts of the body to keep warm. Go for a cosy sweater and a flowy skirt or dress and throw on a pair of sling backs with bare feet. 

DENIM ALLURE 

A pair of quality cut hem jeans with black leather mules is a combo made in chic heaven. Add an oversized leather bag and a trench coat for effect.

PROPORTION GAME 

Don’t be afraid to go for a bare feet mule while sporting a voluminous puffer jacket on top. Fashion is becoming more practical - see trainers and dresses - to suit both your sartorial craving for a mule and your need to keep warm. 

SOCK ALERT 

When all less fails, sock is the best option for the shoes that are just too good to give up. For extra flair add statement socks like metallic, glitter, slogan, or fishnet socks. 

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

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram

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Avec leurs sacs et accessoires d'un chic absolu, Mansur Gavriel est la surprise incontestable de ces dernières années. En quelques saisons, la marque s'est imposée dans le monde de la maroquinerie comme synonyme du nouveau luxe : épuré, moderne, abordable. D'autres marques ont suivi la mouvance, mais on reste fidèle à leur bucket bag, devenu incontournable. 


Cette saison, on voudra aussi leurs chemises en soie et leurs robes midi. Mansur Gavriel se lance enfin dans le prêt-à-porter, suivant le même esprit qui a fait le succès de la marque. Des coupes intemporelles, des matières nobles, des couleurs à la fois faciles et uniques, une qualité irréprochable. 

Lancée sur Mytheresa, la collection complète parfaitement la ligne d'accessoires. On retrouve le même rose milennial qu'on associe désormais à la marque, mis aussi le rouge vif et les camaïeux de rude et camel. Des basiques pas si basiques, comme une sorte de collection capsule indispensable à une garde robe idéale. 

Découvrez notre sélection Mansur Gavriel et shoppez vos favoris.

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