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As beauty trends go the runway has been showcasing relatively safe and sensible looks, until now. Glowing skin and minimal make up has been the go-to look for designers and influencers alike but with maximalism making a comeback things are about to change.   


Cue the biggest beauty trend of the season: ‘60s-inspired lashes. Seen in show after show during Fashion Week, winged, graphic liner and supersized eyelashes are back in a big way for AW18.   

The perfect look for party season, we’re eschewing the ‘less is more’ rule and loading up on khol and falsies to offset perfectly-groomed brows and chunky knits for the chillier months.   

Now this look takes a little time to master, but with a quality eyeliner, the right primer, high-pigment shadows and of course, a powerful mascara, you’ll be channelling Twiggy in no time.   
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Ready to shop for the new season but overwhelmed by all the trends? Don’t worry – we’ve rounded up the best looks from London Fashion Week, along with our favourite AW18 pieces.   
Modern military  

It’s not unusual for military pieces to appear on the AW runway, but Belstaff’s collection was a fresh take on the trend. We loved the printed hoodies worn with double-breasted coats and zipped cargo pants.   

Reworked classics

For AW18, Burberry gave its iconic pieces a contemporary update: see the oversized trench coats, rainbow logo-embroidered sweatshirts and checked baseball caps.  

Tonal tailoring   

Loved for its pared-back minimalism, Joseph’s autumn collection did not disappoint. A standout look consisted of clean brown tailoring worn with a sharp camel coat.  

Utility cool   

JW Anderson’s show combined menswear and womenswear, but each had an effortless utilitarian feel. We predict the graphic knit sweaters and relaxed khaki pants will be an instant hit.   

Industrial outerwear

Not only were the coats and jackets at Christopher Raeburn incredibly cool, they were also constructed from recycled materials. Look out for the checked wool pieces made from Russian navy blankets.   

Asymmetric shapes   

Chalayan’s deconstructed designs made ordinary wardrobe staples feel completely unique – check out the cut-out trousers and cleverly folded coats in the line-up.   

Heritage checks   

You can always count on Margaret Howell to deliver timeless pieces that will transcend seasons – for example, the checked shirts and Prince of Wales tailoring seen on the runway. 

Retro refresh   

‘70s references could be spotted throughout Oliver Spencer’s show, but in the most understated way: see the corduroy and velvet trousers and shearling jackets.   

Sports luxe  

Sportswear has become a fixture on the runway, and it’s not going anywhere fast. Band of Outsiders mixed retro tracksuits with smart tailoring for a fresh take on the trend.   

Go graphic  

Bold logo prints are still dominating the street style circuit, and it looks like they’re sticking around for another season. Cottweiler’s final look was an oversized T-shirt embroidered with the Natural History Museum’s name – also the location of the label's show.   

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If you’re looking for a label to see you safely from summer to fall look no further than Christopher Raeburn. An up-and-coming designer known for his cool utilitarian style, this brand fuses street style with military influences and contemporary cuts.


Expect graphic tees and considered silhouettes with tactile details like quilting and webbing, neutral wear-anywhere colors and comfortable styles ideal for on and off duty.

Whether you’re more of a jeans and tee kind of guy or prefer to rock something a little more adventurous, Christopher Raeburn is the perfect go-to for ultra-cool separates and simple layers with a modern twist.  

Want to shop the brand in time for next season? Browse our edit of the best pieces to transition from summer to fall now…    

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This is such a cool eye look! the makeup was done using the new norvina palette by the brand Anastasia Beverly Hills that the daughter of Anastasia soare create with her all time favorite shades. My favorite part of the makeup is of course the graphic liner and the stunning purple glitter in the inner corners. photo credit: @abhcosmetics on Twitter. #beauty #makeup #look #nore vinapalette

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Whether you're hitting the beach in an exotic location or just stopping by your local pool, looking your best is a must. So throw out the dad shorts, do away with those ill-fitting speedos and try these cool, casual swimwear trends for summer…


Tropical times

You can never go wrong with a tropical print but opting for the right style is essential with this trend. Opt for boxy styles that sit higher on the leg – too much excess fabric when paired with a print is never a good look. Go for blue and green shades to emphasize your tan and finish your look with a pair of mirrored sunglasses.  

Riviera rules

Opt for a classic look with a pair of block-color swim shorts with subtle logo detailing at the leg or a contrasting drawcord. Pair them with a white polo-shirt, fedora hat and simple Ray Bans for an effortlessly cool Gallic-inspired vacation look.

‘80s statement

Infuse your summer swimwear line-up with a cool old-school aesthetic is by sporting stripes. Invest in a colourful design with a vertical stripe and add pared-down round sunnies for a vintage-inspired finish.  

Playful print

Now’s your time to shine – whether you opt for a pineapple print, on-trend lobsters or a simple graphic design, a stylish print has the power to elevate your look to new heights. Opt for repeat patterns in modern silhouettes and avoid anything too long or loose – the secret to pulling off a print is tailoring. Pair with a neutral tee and you’re good to go. Now, which way to the beach?  

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The Cannes Film Festival red carpet has, once again, been serving us a cavalcade of show-stopping looks. With so many events, screenings and parties taking place in such a short space of time, we’re always amazed at just how many incredible outfits we spot. 


Of course, every year offers up a look to remember and we always spot one or two memorable pieces from the runway, but this year, our favourite celebs seemed to be opting for the same few trends. We’ve put together a list of our favourites and included a few tips on how to rock these striking looks at your next big event…

Shimmer and shine

From Winnie Harlow in that incredible Jean Louis Sabaji gown to Kristen Stewart in a metallic Chanel mini, the order of this year’s red carpet is anything that sparkles. We spotted Bella Hadid in a shimmering design from Elle Saab and countless other models, actors and socialites kitted out in gold, silver and sequins. Now, this is a statement trend guaranteed to turn heads, so keep your accessories simple and your make-up pared down – except your lipstick, keep that bright for a cool contrast. 

Power suits

Tailoring always goes down well on the red carpet and at Cannes, the rule has no exceptions. Doutzen Kroes donned an achingly-cool Tom Ford suit, while Julianne Moore opted for trousers too in a softer take on power dressing. Cate Blanchett wowed us in a pastel-pink suit by Stella McCartney and we saw statement styles from Chanel in light blue too. Anything works with a suit, so mix it up with barely-there heels and clutches or statement trainers, sunglasses and a lace camisole

Graphic outlines 

From 3D shapes to contemporary twists on corseting, bold graphic shapes and unusual outlined details have been big at Cannes this year. Jennifer Connelly showcased the trend in Louis Vuitton while Star Wars actress Lupita Nyong'o showed us her take on the trend in Dior Haute Couture. Deconstructed silhouettes and futuristic shapes are here to stay but be sure to stick with monochrome or colour-blocked detailing to avoid looking too far out.

Sunshine yellow 

Yellow is having a moment and it’s been everywhere at Cannes. From pale-yellow suits to bright mustard dresses, the colour is reigning supreme for SS18. Our favourite yellow gowns? Lui Wen in Bottega Veneta and Leomie Anderson in Twinset. We’ll be seeing a lot more of the colour this year so find a shade that says something about your personality and team it with plenty of sparkling accessories.

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