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Is the picture above the first real life sighting of a piece from Burberry’s AW18 celebration of LGBTQ+ communities announced earlier this week? We’re hoping so because current Burberry face Adwoa Aboah wears her technicolour dream coat magnificently and the check patch the British powerhouse shared isn’t giving anything away besides a first glimpse of the rainbow check. If you can’t wait until outgoing Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey’s final show tomorrow, then check out the beautiful editorial Alasdair McLellan shot for LGBTQ+ platform them. Featuring same sex couples wearing AW18 pieces, you can see the rainbow check in a baseball cap, scarf and shirt. The thinking behind the collection, Bailey explains, is that "There has never been a more important time to say that in our diversity lies our strength, and our creativity." The collection will be available to buy immediately after the show and Burberry’s complementary set of initiatives include donations to Albert Kennedy Trust, the Trevor Project and ILGA.  


Apart from Burberry, the other London Fashion Week shows are still shrouded in secrecy. What we do know is that Topshop Unique won’t be showing this year, J.W.Anderson is showing his new menswear and womenswear together, and that Delpozo has decamped from New York. We can’t wait to see how rising brands Matty Bovan and Halpern progress; how Molly Goddard, Rejina Pyo and Isa Arfen harness their success; and the streetstyle will hopefully be bolder and more playful. 

Shop our LFW edits below and follow all the action via our social media channels!  

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Chinese New Year is a big deal for everyone including many luxury brands. This year, Versace made a surprise for us and introduced a capsule collection especially for the Chinese New Year. This year will be the Year of the Dog, and Versace certainly knows how to make it fun and cute. Donatella Versace’s Jack Russel Terrier cute pet, Audrey became the face of the new collection. Audrey appears in many illustrations done by Rafael Mantesso. The collection features wallets, tshirts and bags that will be the perfect way to celebrate the Year of the Dog. #dog #versace #donatellaversace #capsulecollection #collection #campaign #audrey #chinesenewyear

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Lydia Cotmore
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A face without freckles really is like 'a sky without stars' (Natasha Bedingfield was right!), and now your face can sparkle just like the night sky with the best beauty trend to come out of festivals. Glitter. Any decent Boots will carry reasonably priced pots of Barry M body glitter to carry your Year 6 school-disco staple into 2018 festival season, and no self-respecting tipsy girl will be dancing in a field without it this spring/summer. For a few years now the trend has been going strong, but new styles are always emerging to revive it. Application to cheekbones and under-eye areas are popular methods to boost highlighter brightness, but all-over speckled looks like the one above can be ethereal in their charmingly hap-dash appearance, perfect for weekends spent in woodland retreats. Experiment on big nights out to find your favourite glitter look before festival season kicks into gear. PS. A warning: you'll be finding glitter in places where glitter has never been before, months after the tents are packed up and empty cider bottles recycled, but the sparkle is worth it. Go forth and shine bright! [Photo cred.: Pinterest]

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M.J Ortega
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Oh, I adored this makeup look from Chloe Morello. Even if Chloe recently tattooed her eyebrows and lips, and has eyelash extension. she's is the best example on how to make this procedure look really natural. Enhancing what she has, with minimal makeup products to make her face look fresh and youthful and not too made up. Photo Credit: @chloemorello on Twitter #beauty #makeup #youtuber #eyelashextensions

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Felicia Pennant
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We’ve found a novel way to be two or even three faced this season via instagram: face earrings. Jewellers are moulding metals into graphic outlines of le visage, with or without features and stones, that dangle from the ear and pop against a background of hair in really lovely ways. It’s the next phase of statement earrings that Mango, and the #mangogirls by default, have taken up with gusto, as the arty accent feels progressive and sophisticated. Those with a designer budget can look to Celine and J.W.Anderson for more conceptual pairs that’ll be a little less ubiquitous. The latter’s blue pair, done in collaboration with the now default Style.com a few seasons ago, was spotted on Yasmin Sewell, Pandora Sykes and many a editor/streetstyle star. 


We guess they’re popping up again now, mostly in gold, as an interesting alternative to the gold hoop. You can choose your art movement: cubism, surrealism, abstract etc and find a pair in line to add to your jewellery box. They’re the tasteful twist that makes any daytime outfit worthy of a second look or compliment and after dark they’ll steal the spotlight. Don’t shy away from coloured styles, as they’ll only increase the impact without compromising timelessness, or wearing them one at a time to stand out in a crowd of face earring wearers.  

Find styling inspiration in the gallery above then shop your favourite pair(s) in our edit below. 

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Vous les avez forcément remarquées : les boucles d'oreille en forme de visage sont le détail arty qui fait mouche cette saison. 


Avec leur design graphique, un peu cubiste et un poil intello, elles donnent une touche fun aux looks un peu boring de l'hiver. Parfaites avec un col roulé ou une chemise, les boucles d'oreille visage se remarquent tout de suite. L'accessoire Insta-friendly par définition, donc. 

Découvrez notre sélection et shoppez vite les vôtres !

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Felicia Pennant
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We’re definitely on board with British Vogue’s view that Valentine’s day gifts should probably be doubled up this year. And to compliment delicious chocolates or a beautiful bouquet, we’d recommend a fashion gift. Nothing too full-blown like a dress mind, this isn’t an anniversary or birthday; just a thoughtful, chicly thematic token they’ll love that reflects their taste and, if you’re really on it, current trends. Red and pink, together and separately, is so hot right now and forward-thinking heart motifs are all the rage. 


Find out their shoe size in advance if you’re going for a sexy heel, fancy flat, shearling slide or heart-stamped sneaker they’ll open in delight and step straight into, whether you’re venturing out or staying in. An adorable knit that they’ll be able to wear to work and on the weekends without messing a beat is just the ticket too as it’s still pretty cold. And a new statement bag that they can use for special occasions (and showing off) is a great idea, especially with Lulu Guinness’ cult lip clutches available in so many colours. Sunglasses are now all year round essentials made charming with heart-shaped frames (which suit every face shape) and you can literally give them your heart- symbolically of course-with a key ring or bag charm.  

Get your skates on and shop our edit below. Or feel free to forward this to whoever's getting your gift as there’s only a week to go!

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Felicia Pennant
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Don’t get your hopes up when it comes to the latest Spice Girls reunion. Yes they’re back together, and we have the instagram snaps to prove it, but they’re not going to actually sing or release any new material. Sad Face. According to the Guardian and The Sun, Baby (Emma Bunton), Sporty (Mel C), Scary (Mel B), Posh (Victoria Beckham) and Ginger (Geri Horner) have accepted £10m each for a deal that might include ‘television in China, a new talent show, a second greatest hits compilation and a variety of endorsement deals.’ Just when we needed new #girlpower anthems more than ever, and the original kind from the original ‘90s trailblazers, they’re not going to give us any. Regardless of whether the announcement is more money fuelled than nostalgia fuelled, we’re excited to see them back and don’t they look well? Oh well, it’s back to rinsing their Spice and Spiceworld albums and another Spiceworld film marathon is in order. 


 While we wait to see how the Spice Girls circa 2018 plays out, we can keep paying homage to the girl group sartorially. The ‘90s fashion trend shows no signs of dying which means the styles they wore in their heyday 20 years ago are still hot. If you’re a sucker for a black slip dress, you’re subconsciously channelling Posh, if it’s white or pink Baby, and Mel B helped make Doc Martens so streetwise. In fact she was wearing cameo cargo pants before Destiny’s Child did in the Survivor video. And with the Brits later this month, who can forget Geri’s Union Jack dress? But arguably Sporty’s look is currently the most influential with everyone from Kim Kardashian to streetstyle star rocking sportswear and statement sneakers. 

Check out our Spice Girls gallery above and shop their iconic looks in our edits below. 

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Felicia Pennant
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Red lips on Valentine’s day seems like the perfect beauty tradition. Not only can you leave cute kiss marks everywhere from your lover’s face to a note and on the mirror; they’re also bold and self-empowering. Slick on your most flattering shade (you might need professional help to find it), and your eyes are brighter, your smile wider and your pout is all the more enticing. It’s no coincidence that some of the biggest bombshells like Marilyn Monroe and cartoon Jessica Rabbit have made red lipstick their signature. And even though red is the tried-and tested colour of seduction, often used to uplift a LBD for unprecedented glamour after dark, it has plenty of daytime mileage with denim and neutrals as well.  


But you can’t deny how high maintenance red lips are. And not really suitable for actual kissing either because one unintentional facial smudge or teeth smear kills the magic. There’s a lot of prep involved too: lips need to be exfoliated, then outlined and contoured before filling in (Kylie Jenner popularised over-lining: where you draw beyond your lip line to create the illusion of fuller lips). Matte, gloss or stain is the key question and determines the impact. Matte is dramatic but gloss will catch the light more and a stain is the most natural of the bunch with just a hint of colour. Keep last season’s just-kissed lipstick trend in mind as well because the slightly smudged application is gorgeous and adds an air of nonchalance. 

Shop our expert edit below if you're planning to get lippy. 

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For the past few seasons, we have noticed the charcoal appearing just about everywhere. From our healthcare routines to our dental care, facecare even as a detergent for our dishes. There have been numerous studies and articles anyway about the unequivocal benefits of using charcoal in our everyday routines. So where can you use charcoal and which are the individual benefits? Don't worry we have you covered. Just read on below for more tips: 


PERFECT SMILE 

Charcoal has amazing whitening properties for teeth. It can really accelerate the process by removing persistent stains and discolourations. But be careful you cannot use it more than a few times per week. Also, if you choose to use it don't be taken aback the first time when you apply it as it will make your entire mouth black. Just rinse thoroughly after brushing and it should leave you with a white sparkling smile. 

DISHWEAR

Just like with dental care, charcoal has amazing benefits for cleaning dishes. Just add a small spoonful of raw charcoal in your regular detergent and you'll notice instant amazing results. Works great not only for removing stains but also for making stainless steel look extra shiny! Double whammy, more for your money! 

FOOD & DRINKS 

You may have noticed this trend emerging last year of adding a bit of charcoal to our nutrition. And for good reason. Activated charcoal prevents cellular damage to kidneys and liver. It also helps the body flush out the toxins and chemicals that cause the damage. Expect charcoal lemonades, charcoal lattes even pitch black charcoal pancakes! 

FACIAL ROUTINE 

Probably the most popular lifestyle use of activated charcoal is for our facial routines. Opt for a charcoal-infused face cleanser or scrub to remove impurities from your face. Add a charcoal mask which works wonders on black spots and age discolourations. Just make sure to moisturize thoroughly after application for the best results! 

Are you ready to add a bit of charcoal in your everyday routine? Check out our expert edit below!

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Felicia Pennant
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Stop and smell the roses when it comes to beauty. Because the romantic flower is fragrancing and boosting regenerative products, making it an obvious choice for your Valentine’s Day prep. There’s a reason why grandmothers are perceived to slather rose-scented creams on as the rose smells sweet but also has anti-ageing, hydrating and soothing qualities too, according to facialist Nichola Joss. Therefore everyone can benefit from this natural ingredient, although its scent comes through strongest via an essential oil or in a rose water. And if you’re wondering what rose hip is, it's the flower’s uplifting fruit which is prettily potent.  


So what skin dilemma are you looking to solve before your big date or hangout? If it’s dry patches on your face and body, a few daily drops of rose oil will help with that. After a rose mask primed to tone and make your skin radiant of course. A rose petal bath feels like a real luxury, so rather than destroying a bunch of actual roses, scatter Boux Avenue’s dissolvable petals instead as they release a relaxing fragrance or soak in rose bath salts. If it’s just the delicately intoxicating smell you’re after for yourself and to set the mood at home, spray a rose perfume or light a candle. 

Shop our edit of rose-infused beauty products we’d recommend. 

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Felicia Pennant
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We reserve special praise for the bright sparks who've enlarged the humble winter scarf to blanket-sized proportions. Not only do these cosy expanses of fabric keep you warmer than the others in your collection while acting as an impromptu rain shield, they are also the grown-up equivalent of a comfort blanket. Providing that same sense of security on the go and in the face of unprecedented cold, the savviest travellers have been using them to snuggle under during long haul flights for years. Other than that, there’s no difference between a blanket (oversized, XXL whatever you’re calling it) scarf and a normal sized one apart for the ways you can wear them, the effect created and it’s no-brainer impulse buy status. 


After you’ve decided whether to you'd like a fringed trim or not and picked your favourite shade or pattern: here comes the fun part. Because all the extra volume is just waiting to be wrapped, looped and knotted to taste, creating effortless drama. And if you belt one at your waist, thus incorporating into your look by hiding other elements, you’ll create the illusion of a sleeved poncho. Alternatively, this extra outer layer could just be slung over your shoulders and left alone like a shawl- especially vibrant styles that deserve to displayed. 

Shop your favourite(s) from our top picks in the edit below. 

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