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Marianna Nagy
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I really love parties and to be a pretty, stylish woman. If I can decide, I choose the most beautiful evening dress for a special event. If you want to be a unique lady, wear a long, lace or glitter dress. There is a wide variety of awesome dresses. Be a princess, combine these dresses with a posh high heels and accessories. Trust me, you will be the most dressy woman on the evening.

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Lina Psaila
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Fashion Week is so much more than style. During fashion week we get an inside look at the hair and makeup trends that we'll be sporting all next season. On a few lucky occasions like this years’ New York Fashion Week, it also reflects a shift in society on the very definition of beauty. This NYFW was bursting with a sense of change that was embracing activism, and celebrities that were more disrupting than your average celeb bunch. 


From the breast cancer survivor Erica Hart, who walked at the Chromat show in a slip dress that was gracefully showing off her scars to the ten-year-old drag kid Desmond Napoles, who walked proudly at Gypsy Sport. To accommodate to this celebration of inclusivity and uniqueness, makeup and hairstyles were extravagant, rebellious and bold. 

EYE FOCUS 

The focus currently has shifted towards eye makeup featuring over the top looks such as black lashes and plastic bug eyes á la Gareth Pugh. There was gold glitter at Ulla Johnson and smoky eyes at Tom Ford or Alice + Olivia who traded the liquid eyeliner for a smudgy eye pencil. The eyeshadows surrendered to a rainbow effect with graphic edges in shimmering colours of pinks and purples. While Kate Spade opted for diamonds carefully glued on the models’ eyelids. 

SUBVERSIVE HAIRDOS 

When it comes to hair, the trend was all about spray products using all the essentials to create a  wet look. The accessories were over the top featuring 80’s leather headbands, throwback claw clips and irreverent updos put together with an army of hair gel. 

BOLD LIPS 

Whether it's two-tone pink and red lipstick, a healthy glow so extreme you're basically applying moon dust to your skin, red was a constant. The classic crimson lip became a powerful pout painted in a carefree fashion of individuality, whether it was in liquid form at Chromat or matte at Bottega Veneta. 

HAIR DYE 

Objecting to the single hair colour trend of seasons past, bold as they may have been, this time it was all about strategically placed streaks. The models at Sies Marjan wore pinks and blues while green and blonde short dos was also a trend 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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New York Fashion Week to a memorable close last night and marc jacobs did a good job as he showed 8o's couture.
Lina Psaila
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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! 

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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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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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Federica Caiazzo
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Go glitter while waiting for Spring! I love this simple silver glitter effect, it’s gonna be the next to try! Don’t you agree girls? #nails #glitter

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Lina Psaila
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Ice cream chic is a now thing and well before gelato season. Fashion's affinity for the pastel pile-up from the cones to the runway took the form of head-to-toe violet at Victoria Beckham, lemon sorbet at Hermés and pistachio hues at Sies Marjan. 


At Helmut Lang, Shayne Oliver took blushing pink and morphed it into its adversary: fetishwear, while Raf Simons at Calvin Klein took baby blue babydolls and turned them into a Rosemary's Baby sinister version. This playfulness aesthetic came about at a year that yearns for aggressive celebration. Winter's metallics, feathers, glitter, rainbows and all round sparkle surrounding a Buz Luhrmann movie set, is the perfect testament to the celebratory moto. 

Feel good fashion also was translated into pencil skirts and sheer layers that we can wiggle and shimmy in. Our staples like our trench coats, faux fur coats slip dresses and boots are receiving the joyful reincarnation of their own. Embellishments, diamonds, broaches, and lavish bandanas that would make any fashion girl sigh. 

Stockholm Fashion Editor and street style extraordinaire Jeanette Madsen is an ice cream hue aficionado. She has the engaging ability to effortlessly combine pastel shades and evading the baby connotations at the same time.  

Discover more ice cream coloured inspiration in our gallery above and shop all your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram, Pinterest.

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Hattie Cotmore
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The last look from the Grammys that I think deserves to be shared is Miley Cyrus. We have watched Miley grow up on our screens and in our magazines. Not only that but we've watched her style grow up too. A plethora of hairstyles and a lot of fabulous glitter has brought Miley to where she is today. This look was so simple but so stylish. Miley looks chic in black with a high neckline but fun - the line is chopped in patterns and the nature of the jumpsuit enhances the same feel. This feels like Miley saying she's a little more grown up, sophisticated even, but she's still the same in essence. Image: Vogue

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Isabelle Herring
I adore this look from Miley!
Hattie Cotmore
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Okay, so the argument goes that Valentine's Day is just a commercial rouse to encourage us to spend money on overpriced flowers and underwear. But hey it's another occasion that involves chocolate and a lot of pink. Millennial pink, as I've discussed in previous looks, is still the colour of the moment. I love this incorporation of millennial pink and glitter (two of my favourite things) in nail art. This is really feminine but the darker glitter and almond file give it a little edge. Another Valentine treat we don't need to spend more money on, but probably will - I for one am not complaining. Image: Elle

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Felicia Pennant
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When’s the last time you sent or received an actual Valentine’s Day card? As opposed to an e-card, text and the usual flowers/jewellery/chocolate galore?  Back in school we're assuming and, as the big day’s two weeks away tomorrow, it might be time to bring back the charming and thoughtful ritual. Actions do speak louder than words but rather than trying to express your feelings materialistically, a hand-written declaration of love or affection will be more cherished and sentimental. It’s an analogue reminder that romance isn’t dead and there is a card for everyone these days- whether you love a cheesy cliché or your humour’s wittier and sarcastic (just make sure the recipient’s on the same page). And the other key advantage of sending a Valentine’s Day card rather than a gift (although you could send both as you would on a birthday) is that they tend to be under a fiver plus postage. All you have to do is ensure it arrives by the 14th February by post or hand delivery. 


On the flip side, the response to a Valentine’s Day card depends on the person and the precedent already set. If this is your first holiday together you’re golden, but you can’t go from spoiling someone rotten to giving them just a card and not expect them to feel a certain way about it. Some people genuinely adore chocolate and flowers so it would be a shame not to give your love what they love; and if you know they’re simply going to open the card and throw it away: it may not be worth the bother. Our heightened environmental consciousness may throw up the e-card as a smart alternative to the paper, card and potential glitter involved; but that means your sweetheart will have nothing to physically put up and display. 

Shop our edit of lovely Valentine’s Day cards below if you decide to go down this route. 

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Annie Walton Doyle
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Federica Caiazzo
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Tamara from Glam&Glitter wore this Kenzo sweater during the previous season of fashion week! Isn’t it lovely? We should all invest on a piece like this for our wardrobe! #kenzo #sweater

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