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Alya Barutoğlu
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Pastel is not just in the footwear trend, it’s also in our clothes! Pastel overload may seem quite odd but there are tricks to wear pastel like a fashion pro. The colours of Spring, is now translated into our Winter wardrobe. For winter you can try a pastel corduroy trouser with another trend white accessories. Wear a pastel dress with denim! If pastel is to powdery and soft for you, style it with denim and white to get the perfect look! #denim #pastel #colour #soft #powdery #trend #spring #winter #streetstyle #fashion

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Designer and actress Sarah Jessica Parker is working on a new project. Collaborating with GAP Kids for a Spring collection, Parker is bringing her aesthetic to childrenwear! Inspired by love, luck and magic, the collection is filled with ginghams, florals and stripes. Just in time for Easter, the collection is to bring good fortune to kids. Available in stores and online on March 1st, each piece in the collection has labels for kids to write their own name. This personal collection was also inspired by Parker’s childhood traditions and the actress hopes these clothes will be passed on to generations with lots of memories. #sarahjessicaparker #sjp #collection #gap #children #kids #childrenwear #kidswear #spring #easter

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Hattie Cotmore
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The Moschino look was fuelled by pastels. Pink lips and glittering eyes were painted onto the Moschino models thanks to Kabuki. Whilst it was mainly cat-eye flicks and Jackie O wigs some of the models were painted in bright hues to offset the colours of the clothes. This is a look that can totally be recreated with a slick of liquid liner and some light blush. Image: Jamie Stoker

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Following the theme of beauty at Fashion Week, Max Mara had to be shared. As if we didn't love Gigi enough Tom Pecheux made her up with an incredible smokey eye. The smokey eye is one of my all time favourite make up looks. Pecheux swept a dark shadow around the eyes. The ease of everything else, including a nude lip, makes the eye all the more dramatic. The hair was teased by Sam McKnight, messy and fun, not to detract from the make up look, or the clothes, but enough to draw the eye. Image: Getty Images

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Another look we have to discuss from Fashion Week is the make up. Pat McGrath slayed with make up concepts standing out just as much as the clothes. Some of the models were adorned with a slick of colour across the eyelid, sharpening up to the temple. Of course, it is the diamonte finish that I can't get enough of. If I could strut around everyday with gems embellishing my eyes, believe me I would. Image: Vogue

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Lydia Cotmore
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New outfit inspo? Going without one. The nude female form is this season’s hottest accessory. And no, it’s not objectification; quite the opposite, we’re taking back control after years of patriarchal sexualisation. Boobs are everywhere right now - sculpted on plant pots, printed on mugs, embroidered on sweatshirts - and boobs of every size, shape and colour. Never before has the female form been represented so beautifully than in the diverse medium of fashion. Brands such as Mude Threads (pictured above) even do commissions, so you can get your own figure sewn onto your clothes and wear it with pride for the ultimate feminist fashion statement. It’s the age of empowerment, women are owning our bodies, and we’ve never felt better. [Photo cred 📷: Instagram, @jazmoodie / www.mudethreads.com]

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Marianna Nagy
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What an awesome daily set! Woudl you wear it? I like white clothes with so lovely claret accessories. Photo by @super.fashionn on #instagram #ootd #fashion #womenslook #outfit #dailylook #stylish #fashioninspo #claret

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@mariannanagy what a brilliant outfit! Thank you
Marianna Nagy
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How cute these sneakers! Would you wear it? I think it's so perfect with jeans, sporty clothes, in whole spring! Photo credit @super.fashionn on #instagram #sneakers #pink #ootd #shoes

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corina bello
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It does not matter if you're wearing a white shirt and jeans, work clothes or an elegant dress, there's no better accessory to complete a look with a luxurious and chic stamp than a velvet purse.Credits: Pinterest

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Felicia Pennant
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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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Lina Psaila
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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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Alya Barutoğlu
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For quite some time, we’ve been obsessed with matte lipstick. Well, it’s time we call quits. This Spring bold and glossy lips are a major trend. Especially seen in the red, lipsticks are shinier than our future. Reviving back from the 80s and 90s, glossy lips are back. Our makeup trends this season are matching the trends of our clothes. Glamorous eighties and naughty nineties are everywhere this season! #nineties #glamour #eighties #makeup #lipstick #red #shiny glossy

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