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NYC born, Carolyn Compres is the author and Founder the C Statement and a contributor to Taste The Style. She's a Fashion Merchandising student, wife and mama of two who feeds on chocolate and vino. She's an amazing example of a young mum with an exquisite sense of style and our Influencer Focus this week! We caught up with Carolyn and talked about current go-to items, her personal style and all that behind-the-scenes-work that goes in maintaining a blog today.


What compelled you to start a blog?#500050"> 

I had always wanted to do it but it wasn’t until I gave birth to my first daughter and had to spend a lot of my time at home that I did it. I didn’t feel like I could be at an office from 9-5 because my daughter was too young and I just couldn’t do leave her (first baby problems). Doing this really made me think of things I could do from home and that I was still passionate about, and it occurred to me that I had always wanted to blog. I had a lot of fears, especially the fear of being judged but I got passed them and did it. I am extremely glad I did because I couldn’t be happier with what I have accomplished in a year.#500050"> 

What's your relationship with fashion? How did it start and what motivates you to keep at it?

Ever since I was a little girl I was extremely passionate about dressing up. I guess it started by seeing my mom and looking at her dress up, it just made me really interested in fashion. I used to collect Vogue Magazines back when I lived in the Dominican Republic and I knew I wanted to dress like those people I saw on the magazines. It’s not hard to keep motivated at it because I feel it comes naturally but sometimes I get a ‘fashion block’ just like writers do and that’s when it becomes a little harder.#500050"> 

How would you define your personal style? Do you have any icons people accounts that you follow?#500050"> 

I don’t have a definition for my personal style. I would like to think I am a chameleon, I am willing to try anything at all and I guess that what makes my style. When it comes to inspiration, my biggest inspiration is everyone and everything I see on the streets of NY. Instagram accounts that inspire me are @alwaysjudging and @mirandamakaroff. Both very different styles, but they inspire me in so many ways on a daily basis.#500050"> 

What do you enjoy most about mixing and matching high street with high end clothing i.e. from YOOX?#500050"> 

To me, it has always been about the clothing. It doesn’t matter what brands I am shopping or how much does it cost, all that matters is that I like it and I think that’s what I love about it. Using clothes that you are genuinely proud of wearing and not because someone is paying you or because it is socially acceptable to wear it.#500050"> 

Can you give us 3 styling rules that you abide by?#500050"> 

I don’t think there are any rules in fashion and that’s what I love about it. You should wear whatever you feel like wearing and forget about the rules.#500050"> 

What are your current go-to items when getting ready in the morning?#500050"> 

My current go-to items in the morning are my white Mango boots, my Gucci belt, and my Tory Burch sweater (Its freezing in NY).#500050"> 

What's the biggest misconception about having your own blog?#500050"> 

I think the biggest misconception about having a blog is that you need to wear certain items, or that you need to follow certain rules. Be yourself, be confident, and don’t give a shit about what others think.#500050"> 

What's your morning routine? (makeup beauty styling breakfast)#500050"> 

I love skin care, and it’s something I want to talk a lot more about with my audience. Although it might sound vain, but your face is so important because everything you do with it people will see. There is no covering up, although makeup helps it isn’t magic. That’s why having a good beauty routine is important, I am still learning about my face therefor not claiming to know anything about it but the most important thing about my morning routine is my skincare routine, I wash my face with Avène : Cleanance Gel, then I tone with Caudalie: Beauty Elixir, then I essence with SK-II: Facial Treatment Essence, then I use a serum from the Glossier 3 pack and then moisturize with Avène: Cleanance Expert, and finish with Milk Makeup’s: Cooling Water for under eye puffiness and  Sunshine Skin Tint which contains both SPF and a little bit of preservative free foundation. I am not a breakfast person but I always have a Starbucks Grande Nonfat Capuccino to go!

What projects are you working on now?#500050"> 

There are many exciting projects on the works. A lot of brand collaborations coming at the end of the month and then there are other personal projects I am little too superstitious to tell just yet.


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NYC born, Carolyn Compres is the author and Founder of the C Statement and a contributor to Taste The Style. She's a Fashion Merchandising student, wife and mama of two who feeds on chocolate and vino. She's an amazing example of a young mum with an exquisite sense of style and our Influencer Focus this week! We caught up with Carolyn and talked about current go-to items, her personal style and all that behind-the-scenes-work that goes in maintaing a blog today.


What compelled you to start a blog?#500050"> 

I had always wanted to do it but it wasn’t until I gave birth to my first daughter and had to spend a lot of my time at home that I did it. I didn’t feel like I could be at an office from 9-5 because my daughter was too young and I just couldn’t do leave her (first baby problems). Doing this really made me think of things I could do from home and that I was still passionate about, and it occurred to me that I had always wanted to blog. I had a lot of fears, especially the fear of being judged but I got passed them and did it. I am extremely glad I did because I couldn’t be happier with what I have accomplished in a year.#500050"> 

What's your relationship with fashion? How did it start and what motivates you to keep at it?

Ever since I was a little girl I was extremely passionate about dressing up. I guess it started by seeing my mom and looking at her dress up, it just made me really interested in fashion. I used to collect Vogue Magazines back when I lived in the Dominican Republic and I knew I wanted to dress like those people I saw on the magazines. It’s not hard to keep motivated at it because I feel it comes naturally but sometimes I get a ‘fashion block’ just like writers do and that’s when it becomes a little harder.#500050"> 

How would you define your personal style? Do you have any icons people accounts that you follow?#500050"> 

I don’t have a definition for my personal style. I would like to think I am a chameleon, I am willing to try anything at all and I guess that what makes my style. When it comes to inspiration, my biggest inspiration is everyone and everything I see on the streets of NY. Instagram accounts that inspire me are @alwaysjudging and @mirandamakaroff. Both very different styles, but they inspire me in so many ways on a daily basis.#500050"> 

What do you enjoy most about mixing and matching high street with high end clothing i.e. from YOOX?#500050"> 

To me, it has always been about the clothing. It doesn’t matter what brands I am shopping or how much does it cost, all that matters is that I like it and I think that’s what I love about it. Using clothes that you are genuinely proud of wearing and not because someone is paying you or because it is socially acceptable to wear it.#500050"> 

Can you give us 3 styling rules that you abide by?#500050"> 

I don’t think there are any rules in fashion and that’s what I love about it. You should wear whatever you feel like wearing and forget about the rules.#500050"> 

What are your current go-to items when getting ready in the morning?#500050"> 

My current go-to items in the morning are my white Mango boots, my Gucci belt, and my Tory Burch sweater (Its freezing in NY).#500050"> 

What's the biggest misconception about having your own blog?#500050"> 

I think the biggest misconception about having a blog is that you need to wear certain items, or that you need to follow certain rules. Be yourself, be confident, and don’t give a shit about what others think.#500050"> 

What's your morning routine? (makeup beauty styling breakfast)#500050"> 

I love skin care, and it’s something I want to talk a lot more about with my audience. Although it might sound vain, but your face is so important because everything you do with it people will see. There is no covering up, although makeup helps it isn’t magic. That’s why having a good beauty routine is important, I am still learning about my face therefor not claiming to know anything about it but the most important thing about my morning routine is my skincare routine, I wash my face with Avène : Cleanance Gel, then I tone with Caudalie: Beauty Elixir, then I essence with SK-II: Facial Treatment Essence, then I use a serum from the Glossier 3 pack and then moisturize with Avène: Cleanance Expert, and finish with Milk Makeup’s: Cooling Water for under eye puffiness and  Sunshine Skin Tint which contains both SPF and a little bit of preservative free foundation. I am not a breakfast person but I always have a Starbucks Grande Nonfat Capuccino to go!

What projects are you working on now?#500050"> 

There are many exciting projects on the works. A lot of brand collaborations coming at the end of the month and then there are other personal projects I am little too superstitious to tell just yet.


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Happy Friday! We introduce you to a new instalment at Shopcade. Every week we will present an influencer, content creator or fashion muse that we find inspiring. #222222">This week we sat down with blogger and creator of Hues of White, Santina Harisson to talk about creating a blog in 2017, inspiration, morning routines and how to style denim! 

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#222222">What compelled you to start a blog? 

I founded huesofwhite.com in October 2016 as a way to express my love of Art, Beauty, Fashion and Lifestyle. You will find chronicles of my daily musings and personal styling on huesofwhite.com. I also want to make people feel beautiful, confident in what they are wearing and inspire my readers through visual content and affordable clothing. My blog for me, represents who I am, a colourful, fun, likes to try anything kind of girl! 
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#222222">What's your relationship with fashion? How did it start and what motivates you to keep at it? 

I’ve always admired fashion from a young age and use to really enjoy trying on my mum’s vintage clothing and putting a little of her Chanel red lipstick on and thinking just how much I loved clothes! As I’ve always been interested in fashion and interior, I wanted to create an outlet where I could express my love for this industry. So whilst talking to my friend in PR early last year, the concept of Hues of White came about and I haven’t looked back since! 
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#222222">How would you define your personal style? Do you have any icons people accounts that you follow?

My personal style is always evolving and the older I’m getting the better my decisions! I love to admire street styles and take note from these kind of girls. For me styling is all about working with what you currently have in your wardrobe whilst pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. My icons for inspiration are Lucy Williams, Aimee Song and Alexandra Spencer (she’s created the eclectic brand Realisation Par). Three different styles, three different takes on fashion but they wear things that identify to their personality! 

You have an affinity for denim. What makes it special? And what do you look for in a quality denim purchase? 

It’s no secret that I am a super huge fan of denim and they form an important piece to my wardrobe - I basically live in them if I’m honest! But what I think makes denim so special is that you can constantly find new ways to wear them. They are super versatile so I can wear the same pair in the day for a casual relaxed look and then completely transform them for an evening look, like these PAIGE jeans I am wearing from TRILOGY store, in London. I genuinely haven’t been able to take them off! The straight cut with raw hem is perfect for the AW17 trend and the quality of these are super sturdy so they don’t lose their fit. Which for me is the most important thing I look for when I purchase any kind of denim. 
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#222222">Can you give us 3 ways to style denim? 

To me, denim is the perfect base with which to pair anything that shows a little more or pushes you out of your comfort zone.
 

Going to work? Pair your jeans with a railroad-striped blazer and a T-shirt. It’s the perfect outfit equation for starting your day off right like I have here in my Paige Jeans from Trilogy Store. 

For a casual look, try pairing bold accessories like a red scarf or bag, plus a printed top. It’s a sure fire way to make your jeans feel fresh. 

Date Night? Slip on a pair of your statement heels teamed with either your favourite skinny or boyfriend style jeans, a lace top and you’re ready to start the night off right! 
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#222222">What's the biggest misconception about having your own blog? 

That it’s the easiest job in the world, because it’s far from that- it requires a lot of creative work and hours! 
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#222222">What's your morning routine like? 

Mornings at home are my favourite, and I love that I get to start the day how I want (it’s the only part of the day where I can slow down and enjoy my time!) My morning ritual normally includes playing a little music to get the day started off positively and I love making my own breakfast which tends to be a super bowl of ACAI in some form, mixed with fruit and granola (which my kids love!) whilst sipping a cup or two of coffee! I don’t wear a lot of makeup, and always try to keep it to a minimum but my morning routine is generally made up of tried-and-true look of natural makeup and gently waved hair and prepping my skin with REN’s gentle cleansing gel and supplement moisturising cream. I can’t live without these and pop them along in my bag wherever I go. 
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#222222">What projects are you working on now? 

Every time I get approached for a collaboration or get offered a job, I feel like it's a stamp of approval because it means my opinion matters so the products I have been working on mean the world to me. I have just finished working with Trilogy Stores on the perfect pair of Denim Pants for AW17 (here) but I am currently working with DUNE London to show you three ways to wear this season’s hottest boot trend and three ways to dress up sneakers! I am also currently working on something super special with REN and Olivia Rubin. So watch this space!


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Halloween is finally here and with it our first snaps of our favourite celebrities getting spooky, and outrageous. For example, Heidi Klum who has notoriously given us the most impressive Halloween moments. 


She has dressed up as an elderly woman to the authentic cartoon version of Jessica Rabit, a butterfly as well as a Hindu goddess. She has yet to reveal her costume this year although she gave us a tease outfit on Instagram! 

This year though she has gained a bit of competition from Kim Kardashian who has sported not one but three amazingly cool costumes. There was a theme of course. Her music icons that she adored while growing up. Kim and sister Kourtney recreated a very convincing Michael Jackson and Madonna ensemble from the 1991 Oscars. She then went for the late R&B star Aaliyah, sporting a bejeweled bra top, oversized chocker and lots of smokey makeup. 

Aaliyah's outfit from the "Try Again" music video. However, the absolute show-stopper costume was the Cher one she chose when stepping out with her friend Jonathan Sheban as Sonny. Modern Family's Sarah Hyland went for the Stranger Things theme. The actress and Bachelor in Paradise Wells Adams cause major viral fever by posing as Eleven and Dustin Henderson. (Tip: It was Sarah who dressed as Dustin!) What costume are you wearing tonight? 

If you're still unsure check out our gallery and shop all the essentials from our edit below!

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Yes, Halloween is finally here and with it our first snaps of our favourite celebrities getting spooky, fun or damn right outrageous. We're talking about Heidi Klum who has notoriously given us the most impressive Halloween moments. From an elderly woman to the authentic cartoon version of Jessica Rabit, a butterfly as well as a Hindu goddess. She has yet to reveal her costume this year although she gave us a tease outfit on Instagram! And although we have no idea what type of Halloween insanity she is preparing for this year she has gained a bit of competition from Kim Kardashian who has sported not one but three amazingly cool costumes. There was a theme of course. Her music icons that she adored while growing up. 


Kim and sister Kourtney recreated a very convincing Michael Jackson and Madonna ensemble from the 1991 Oscars. She then went for the late R&B star Aaliyah, sporting a bejeweled bra top, oversized chocker and lots of smokey makeup. Aaliyah's outfit from the "Try Again" music video. However, the absolute show-stopper costume was the Cher one she chose when stepping out with her friend Jonathan Sheban as Sonny. Modern Family's Sarah Hyland went for the Stranger Things theme. The actress and Bachelor in Paradise Wells Adams cause major viral fever by posing as Eleven and Dustin Henderson. (Tip: It was Sarah who dressed as Dustin!) 

What costume are you wearing tonight? If you're still unsure check out our gallery and shop all the essentials from our edit below!

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The iconic Italian-designed jewellery Pomellato has recently celebrated its 50th anniversary by producing a collection of rings, bracelets and pendants that highlight the love for both modern and classic designs. The new collection is named Iconica, which celebrates the original design of the gold band ring back in the 1970s. The rings that truly stand out are diamond encrusted in the shape of teardrops, triangles and stars. The anniversary was celebrated in Milan, a befitting location for a party and a hub for many fashion icons. Guests included models Leila Nda, Sasha Kichigina, and actress Nathalie Rapti Gomez. To shop Pomellato visit their website at: www.pomellato.com

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In the past few seasons we've noticed that light blue jeans have become the go-to-staple outfit for the fashion pack street style icons included. And we've seen it all. From the Canadian tuxedo, to bright embellishments, bell bottoms and skinny straight legs alike. This season in New York (the fashion capital mostly associated with denim) and its subsequent fashion creators such as Tom Ford, Calvin Klein and Tibi showed an act for something completely different: the crisp, deep almost magenta type of denim that is more rich and layered than the previously top hit: the 90s mom jean. 


How to style the new denim:


The New type of Denim is actually more versatile, and its elevated polish makes it extremely easy to style:#000000"> 


DOUBLE DENIM#000000"> 


Opt for the double denim look with no hesitation. The darker shade of denim, secure tailoring and sleek silhouette means there's no room for a Brit & Justin Canadian tuxedo disaster. In an even more elegant fashion, go for a double denim blazer and denim skirt. Uber cool points right there! 


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Doing double denim with an embellished pair of trousers or with added intricate designs draws the eye in from the quite large denim surface. Although this look makes more of a statement it's gives character to the outfit and a very 2017/2018 edge.#000000"> 


THE SHIRT DRESS#000000"> 


Another clever way is to belt a denim shirt dress (very on trend by the way) giving it definition and an extra je ne sais quois factor. Opt for a long shirt dress or why not belt a denim jacket that falls just above the knee just like Zadid & Voltaire SS18, and pair it with a basket bag and a pair of high heels for a cool alternative to an evening going out look.


#000000"> Trilogy has a fantastic selection of new denim from jackets, skirts, dresses and trousers in different cuts and silhouettes to fit all styles and moods. 


Find the entire collection here, and shop more denim essentials in our exclusive edit below!


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It's been another great Fashion month and now with PFW drawing the curtain we can round up the best moments and predict the trends that will inform the next Spring/ Summer season!


OVERALL TONE: GLAMOUR MEETS GLITTER! 

We've seen a shift from blunt norm core to glitz and frivolity and after fashion month it's evident that this trend is here to stay. Designers want to celebrate the joy of life during darker times. Dries van Noten dedicated her collection to "The Optimist", who knows how to break the rules. The sneaker gave way to its more glamorous version of the Manolo - as a nod both to the glitz and glam but also to the Carrie Bradshaw look that defined the early 00's resurgence that we're experiencing now. We also saw puffed hemline dresses at Saint Laurent, as director Anthony Vaccarello paid a tribute to Pierre Berge, Yves Saint Lauren't long time business and life partner. The end result was a beautiful show of feathers, frills, shimmer and satin. Alessandro Del' Acqua's creations emphasized on big satin separates and glittery dresses full of bold patterns and colours. At Maison Margiela, John Galliano's version of glitz was crystals, feathers and mirror embellishments on coats and dresses. Makes you want to party no matter what. 

PANTSUITS AT CELINE 

Tennis Club de Paris: Phoebe Philo showcases a stunning collection at a giant-tent bubble structure while Mary J. Blige's rendition of "You're All I Need", blasted through the speakers. The runway was flocked with extra wearable garments for example oversized suits with large trench coats reminiscent of an 80's power businesswoman. The colour palette was equally 80s scrumptious meaning pistachio pastel pink and fair yellow. Another element introduced by CELINE was extreme fringing on the hem of flapper-style dresses. When it came to accessories the theme was volume: oversize totes, balloon like clutches, big gold buckle belts, and chunky white lace oxfords. 

HELEN MIRREN & JANE FONDA at L'Oreal x Balmain 

The location was Paris Champs de Elysees and the occasion was the L' Oreal x Balmain fall 2017 collaboration. The show starred an array of stunning models like Doutzeb Kroues and Liya Kebede and two movie icons Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda. Mirren was dresses in a suit a la garconne while whipping her cane around with prolific elegance and confidence. Jane Fonda on the other hand, threw peace signs and really owned the long runway. A true inspiration seeing two ladies well into their 70s (Jane Fonda turns 80 at the end of 2017) strutting their stuff with pride. 

VIRGIL ABLOH RECREATES ICONIC DIANA SUITS 

More specifically, Abloh took the people's princess most wearable looks as an inspiration board just four weeks after the 20th anniversary of her death. The challenge was to re-invent those items without sacrifising them and coming up with a collection that would be in line with the current fashion climate. The result was briliiantly made tartan suits, graphic prints, prim coctail suits, polished whites, polka dot suits, and pastel coloured numbers. 

IMAGE CREDITS: ELLE.com, Instagram

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It's been another great Fashion month and now with PFW drawing the curtain we can round up the best moments and predict the trends that will inform the next Spring/ Summer season!


OVERALL TONE: GLAMOUR MEETS GLITTER! 

We've seen a shift from blunt norm core to glitz and frivolity and after fashion month it's evident that this trend is here to stay. Designers want to celebrate the joy of life during darker times. Dries van Noten dedicated her collection to "The Optimist", who knows how to break the rules. The sneaker gave way to its more glamorous version of the Manolo - as a nod both to the glitz and glam but also to the Carrie Bradshaw look that defined the early 00's resurgence that we're experiencing now. We also saw puffed hemline dresses at Saint Laurent, as director Anthony Vaccarello paid a tribute to Pierre Berge, Yves Saint Lauren't long time business and life partner. The end result was a beautiful show of feathers, frills, shimmer and satin. Alessandro Del' Acqua's creations emphasized on big satin separates and glittery dresses full of bold patterns and colours.At Maison Margiela, John Galliano's version of glitz was crystals, feathers and mirror embellishments on coats and dresses. Makes you want to party no matter what. 

PANTSUITS AT CELINE 

Tennis Club de Paris: Phoebe Philo showcases a stunning collection at a giant-tent bubble structure while Mary J. Blige's rendition of "You're All I Need", blasted through the speakers. The runway was flocked with extra wearable garments for example oversized suits with large trench coats reminiscent of an 80's power businesswoman. The colour palette was equally 80s scrumptious meaning pistachio pastel pink and fair yellow. Another element introduced by CELINE was extreme fringing on the hem of flapper-style dresses. When it came to accessories the theme was volume: oversize totes, balloon like clutches, big gold buckle belts, and chunky white lace oxfords. 

HELEN MIRREN & JANE FONDA at L'Oreal x Balmain 

The location was Paris Champs de Elysees and the occasion was the L' Oreal x Balmain fall 2017 collaboration. The show starred an array of stunning models like Doutzeb Kroues and Liya Kebede and two movie icons Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda. Mirren was dresses in a suit a la garconne while whipping her cane around with prolific elegance and confidence. Jane Fonda on the other hand, threw peace signs and really owned the long runway. A true inspiration seeing two ladies well into their 70s (Jane Fonda turns 80 at the end of 2017) strutting their stuff with pride. 

VIRGIL ABLOH RECREATES ICONIC DIANA SUITS 

More specifically, Abloh took the people's princess most wearable looks as an inspiration board just four weeks after the 20th anniversary of her death. The challenge was to re-invent those items without sacrifising them and coming up with a collection that would be in line with the current fashion climate. The result was briliiantly made tartan suits, graphic prints, prim coctail suits, polished whites, polka dot suits, and pastel coloured numbers. 

Get inspired and shop the top Paris Fashion Week lewks below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: ELLE.com, Instagram.


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One of the biggest moments of Milan Fashion week was marked by the Spring/ Summer 2018 Versace show. Models Carla Bruni, Helena Christensen, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Cambell strutted down the catwalk in gold floor-length gowns to pay homage to Donatella Versace's brother, Gianni Versace. They proved that beauty knows no age when great style and personality are thrown in the peculiar mix of supermodels.#222222"> 


The original 90s models walked the runway to celebrate the Versace brand and Gianni's legacy. At the end of the show, as the curtain was drawn, a voice announced " Gianni, this is for you", revealing the nineties icons and the George Michael track Freedom shortly followed as they walked down the catwalk. The collection featured classic baroque Versace prints as well as innovations, including a beautiful black dress with scooped neckline. The late Gianni Versace has been widely credited for the invention of the supermodel. 

The 2018 show was also graced by the new faces in the millennial Supermodel generation including Kaia Gerber and Gigi Hadid. A refreshing view on fashion, the show demonstrated that age does not dictate style or beauty!

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Milan Fashion week was marked by the Spring/ Summer 2018 Versace show. Models Carla Bruni, Helena Christensen, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Cambell strutted down the catwalk in gold floor-length gowns to pay homage to Donatella Versace's brother, Gianni Versace. 


The original 90s models walked the runway to celebrate the Versace brand and Gianni's legacy. At the end of the show, as the curtain was drawn, a voice announced " Gianni, this is for you", revealing the nineties icons and the George Michael track Freedom shortly followed as they walked down the catwalk. 

The collection featured classic baroque Versace prints as well as innovations, including a beautiful black dress with scooped neckline. The late Gianni Versace has been widely credited for the invention of the supermodel. The 2018 show was also graced by the new faces in the millennial Supermodel generation including Kaia Gerber and Gigi Hadid. A refreshing view on fashion, the show demonstrated that age does not dictate style or beauty!

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Berets are seriously trending at the moment but the truth is that they have been around for a long time. They are one of those undeniable timeless pieces and have long been associated with style icons like Brigitte Bardot and Twiggy. 


Nowadays style influencers like Pandora Sykes, Yoyo Cao and Miroslava Dumas as well as big time celebrities like Rihanna and Adwoa Aboah are bringing back and thus cementing the popularity of the beret. The beret has also been linked to the French elegance and sense of style but this time the Parisian je ne sais quoi got a makeover. 

A surge of berets has popped up recently from designers and high street retailers alike. Take Maria Grazia Chiuri, for example, the Creative Director at Dior who commissioned milliner Stephen Jones to design leather berets for the A/W 2017 catwalk. 

Berets have also become sort of a staple piece at Gucci. Alessandro Michele has expanded on the classic black beret by introducing a variety of bright colours, and most unlikely textures. 

Whatever your style and mood this season amp up your look with a cool sleek beret. 

Browse through our exclusive edit of the best high street and designer berets on the market below!

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