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Lina Psaila
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After the AW17 Prada show in Paris, it was very clear that the mood for fall would call for the corduroy, the ultimate vintage 70s Americana fabric! Isabel Marant also offered a touch of corduroy trousers with a 1980's twist. 


The tomboyish appeal of the texture was picked up by Alexa Chung who incorporated it into her Alexachung collection, while Lemaire showed a rusty cord trouser suit. Gucci that holds the helm historically over the corduroy trend threw out pink flares, floral suits, and signature flippers.The past few seasons we've noticed that there has been a huge resurgence of trends of the past, so it came as no surprise when corduroy made its way back to the catwalks, streetstyle and ultimately our wardrobe. 


This fabric was extremely popular in the 70's especially by Jane Birkin and her bohemian - laissez faire interpretation of the menswear staple. In the 70's resurgence of the late 90s corduroy was back in stock for both men and women. Nowadays we're seeing it not only in the form of trousers but also as a pinafore dress, and in many shades of pink, to burgundy, green, aquatic or in floral patterns. Check out our selection of corduroy items in our edit below! 


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Lina Psaila
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After the AW17 Prada show in Paris, it was very clear that the mood for fall would call for the corduroy, the ultimate vintage 70s Americana fabric! Isabel Marant also offered a touch of corduroy trousers with a 1980's twist. The tomboyish appeal of the texture was picked up by Alexa Chung who incorporated it into her Alexachung collection, while Lemaire showed a rusty cord trouser suit. Gucci that holds the helm historically over the corduroy trend threw out pink flares, floral suits, and signature flippers.


The past few seasons we've noticed that there has been a huge resurgence of trends of the past, so it came as no surprise when corduroy made its way back to the catwalks, streetstyle and ultimately our wardrobe. This fabric was extremely popular in the 70's especially by Jane Birkin and her bohemian - laissez faire interpretation of the menswear staple. In the 70's resurgence of the late 90s corduroy was back in stock for both men and women. Nowadays we're seeing it not only in the form of trousers but also as a pinafore dress, and in many shades of pink, to burgundy, green, aquatic or in floral patterns. 

Check out our selection of corduroy items in our edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Pinterest, Popsugar.


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Milan fashion week always has a lot to be excited about! The Spring 2017 began with Alessandro Michele's century-hopping trip at Gucci last Wednesday and came to an ending two days back with Dolce and Gabbana's ode to the pure Italian heritage. But there were some shows that really stood out for us. Read on to know more. 


Missoni 
We are huge fangirls of the spare silhouettes and layers of every Missoni collection, but this time they took style up the notch. We observed simply shaped and intricately constructed knitwear with beautiful colour blocking using golden fabric. How glorious! 

Salvatore Ferragamo 
Salvatore's collection boasted a solid lineup of sculpted ladylike dressing with flares of masculine-feminine elements. His collection also focused on footwear this year, keeping it simple to beautiful florals and solid dresses. 

Marni 
Marni showcased a series of soft whites and creams, which balanced the architectural angles and off-kilter layers of her cotton jackets and trench coats! She infused bouts of femininity using draped, pleated and tied printed dresses in her collection that were pretty and glamorous at the same time. 

Jil Sander 
Sander's collection was just as androgynous as it could get. It focused on belted tops and dresses, leather tunics and blazers which gave his collection a very strong masculine-feminine feel. To say the least, Sander brought back the '80s through clothes. 

Bottega Veneta 
If you're a fan just like we are, you'd know that Veneta defines luxury with their timeless dressing. Their collection included leather, croc coats, high-waisted cropped trousers, sheer-knit tops which were both colourful and black and white.

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The 411: Trench & Coat is based on Lerner Cordier's values; a great family company that aims to enhance and showcase women's silhouettes, since 1954. 60 years of passion and creating feminine coats means that this brand is trustworthy and great quality!  


Why You Need Trench & Coat: A coat is an investment, it's something that makes an outfit and should never go out of style. It isn't trend driven, but a classic. 

Our Fave Item: The IBANO trench coat which slightly flares from the waist, has a beautiful brown weave lining and a sheen finish. We are obsessed!

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From enveloped minis to bodycons to flouncy skirts and pencil skirts, there’s a vast variety of skirts out there from choose from. But not only can the process of doing so can be very daunting but also difficult because the science behind choosing skirts is often misunderstood. Every different body shape demands a different type and following are the 4 most common body types and the skirts they should wear. 


Apple shape 
High waist, flouncy skirts If you have a slim lower body but carry a little weight around the middle, you’d want to invest in high waist, flouncy skirts. 

Why? Your waistband will hit the thinnest part of the torso and flare out over the stomach, masking the larger mid-section. Also, the short hemline will show off those slender legs. 

Banana shape
Body conscious mini skirts If you’re waist, shoulders and hip are all around the same width, you’d look beyond fantastic in body-conscious skirts. Why? A form fitting skirt will showcase your curves and again, the short hemline will show off those legs. Who doesn’t want that, right?  

Hourglass shape 
Pencil skirts If you’re curve with a well defined waist, chances are you’d want to don pencil skirts to accentuate that hip. It also helps in hiding the hip! Why? For those seeking a dramatic way to flaunt their curves, look no further than pencil skirts and peplums are an option for an extra-added touch to your silhouette. 

Pear shape 
A-line skirts If hips are the widest part of your body, we are use you’d look fantastic in A-line skirts! Why? These skirts highlight the smallest part of your waist and flares out over hips, minimizing the width over your bottom half. 

Figured out your type here? Now scroll down for an edit curated just for you!

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This past season slip dresses have been everywhere, they've well and truly been revived from its 90s heyday. No longer is it only for behind closed doors, no longer is it deemed as sensual, now it's practical and chic. Yep you heard, and before you shake your head in confusion, something can be chic/practical/sexy all at once. Welcome, to the nouveau way of styling your slip dress. 


See the edit below for the top 5 ways to wear your slip...

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Just Alexa Chung, you know, being a style angel sent to earth to teach us mere mortals how to dress.


After the popularity of Alexa's last collaboration with AG, which sold-out, the brand have recruited her to be the face of their new A/W campaign. You'll remember the 'scared monster' logo shirts, button-down denim skirts and flares which every Alexa fan (which is basically everyone) were fighting to get their hands on. 

Johnathan Crocker who is AG's Director of Global Communications explained their collaboration stating 'At the risk of sounding cliche, there's really no one quite liker her. Trying to define what makes her so unique is close to impossible, but that's utterly her appeal and why we're thrilled to be continuing our partnership'. 

Alexa quipped 'I'm thrilled to be asked back to model the AG Fall'16 campaign. I guess they missed me as much as I missed them'. 

The images were taken by Theo Wenner at the Wythe Hotel in New York, and scream autumnal chic. Pyjama shirts are here to say it seems, and we're not complaining- easy dressing is what it's all about. 

No-one does it like Alexa, so to get even a little bit of her much coveted style is a blessing. Don't mind us, we'll be the first ones in the queue...

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Lily Niu
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As we saw on the SS16 runway back in September, plenty of designers are taking inspiration from the fashions of decades past for a re-worked, 21st century take on prints, cuts and textures we still can't get enough of! Scroll through our gallery to see how Gucci, Topshop Unique, Saint Laurent and Sadie Williams have made the '70s, '80s, '90s and '00s relevant for modern day wear...

+ Shop below to get the look of your favourite decade/decades of dress!

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Bebo had us all crushing on the outfit she donned during her latest Ki & Ka promos! 


She decided to go retro again and don a pair of 90s style flared jeans from Michael Kors, and paired them with a classy blue printed top from the same brand. 

At a time when our feeds are over-saturated with celebs in skinny jeans, this was a refreshing change, and we have to say that Kareena rocked this outfit pretty darn effortlessly! 

Find handpicked fit and flare pieces below.

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On the very last day of LFW, tired bloggers, buyers, editors and celebs piled into the dingy recesses of Brewer Street Car Park for the Toga show at 9am. As several of us witnessed the night before at Vin + Omi's after-party, this green juice downing crowd were probably way more exhausted from snapping pics for social than partying up a storm.


Wearily checking out Yasuko Futura’s second ever LFW show, we can no doubt expect some variation of the collection’s knitted flares, tulle skirts, studded dungarees and marabou feather coat hanging on high street rails come September.

Mother of Pearl kicked off at Claridge’s Hotel and showed love for high waisted garments, florals and sports luxe detailing. Soon after, the Christopher Raeburn presentation debuted a collaboration with Woolmark featuring upcycled military uniforms.

A neutral colour palette, slick tailoring, touches of leather and faux fur detailing dominated at the Amanda Wakeley show and with Hackney based Marques’ Almeida showing colourful, pillowy quilted coats we’re relieved to see designers creating clothes to shield even the skinniest of models and fashionistas from the harsh, cold winter!

Later on at Hotel Cafe Royal, Emilio de la Morena showed his collection with plenty of coloured lace in classic cuts. Gracing the venue with their exalted presence, Daisy Lowe, Ella Eyre, Tallia Storm and a rumoured former girlfriend of Jude Law were in attendance.

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Finding the perfect pair of jeans can be almost as troublesome as finding the perfect man. Sure, we love that there are so many fish in the sea, but that also makes nailing the one for you all the more challenging. I mean, how do you tell one apart from the other? Shopcade to the rescue! 


Without further ado, let’s explore the styles you need to bookmark in 2016. 

Fit and flare: A sophisticated version of the ‘70s bell bottom, this style gives your rear a good shape and flares out at the knee. It can be slightly tricky to pull off, especially if you’re bottom-heavy. A pair of wedges can totally change to look around. 

Patchwork denim: Denims in varying shades patched together. Very grunge! You can even DIY this effect onto an old pair of jeans. 

Culottes: Every man repeller’s favourite piece of clothing, this continues into 2016. Ditch the formal version for a frayed denim version. A nice pair of block heels will really help balance the look. 

Overalls: Overalls too continue to be present on the runways and the streets. Throw in an old vest and just-out-of-bed hair to the mix, and you’re golden. 

Girlfriend jeans: Like your boyfriend’s, only a little more structured around the hips and thighs. These too taper as they go downward, and pair excellently with your Birkenstocks.

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It literally feels like we’ve only just said goodbye to SS16 and here we are again, confusingly in spring but this time we’re looking at autumn collections. Seems the LFW circus has rolled into town once more! 


Day one is always my favourite; everyone is well rested, impatient to see the shows and in no way jaded by the typical fashion crowd that usually rock up to these events. In fact, at this point I’m practically charmed by them. 

First up for us on the schedule was DAKS (we streamed Bora Aksu in the end, as we had a rather large LFW competition to launch!) where strong silhouettes, combined with classic tailoring and girly touches of lace and sheer made it a beautifully gothic collection. Tip for next season- buy a brooch. 

Next up Sahar and I hit up Fyodor Golan in the new (is it still new after a season?) car park venue. I’m yet to be convinced this should be the official home of LFW; however much scented candles you want to light, it’s still a car park. 

After trekking up the hill to the catwalk, we were pleasantly surprised to be seated in the third row, which meant a brilliant view, only slightly obscured by fashion goers and their outlandish headwear. 

Acid brights and brogues are the IN thing for next season if Fyodor Golan have their way. Against the stark white of the room the neon pinks, blues and greens clashed spectacularly. The gold lame jacket and brogues are going straight on my wish list! 

Our final stop of the night was a corker- PPQ! Even though we got lost in the rain, we made it in time to see by far the most wearable collection of LFW so far. PVC (stay with me) swinging 60s dresses, 70s flares, massive beehives, fluffy hoods and dresses you could wear on the beach or on a night out. 

Bring on Day 2!

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