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Thiara Collorec
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La tendance velours a clairement dominé l'année 2017 et n'est pas prête de s'essouffler. Les tailleurs en velours sont la nouvelle lubie des influenceuses, au point où de nouvelles marques se lancent et investissent le créneau avec des collections capsule qu'on veut tout de suite. On pense à Admise Paris, la marque qui cartonne avec ses tailleurs trop cool et dont vous entendrez beaucoup parler...


Si vous êtes un vraie modeuse, le tailleur en velours sera votre uniforme pour les fêtes de fin d'année. Un modèle noir classique sera toujours élégant, mais les versions bleu nuit, jaune moutarde ou rose millennial sont difficiles à résister. Plus classique, on craque pour un sac d'Estrëe, canon pour la soirée Avec des beaux bijoux dorés, c'est la tenue idéale pour sortir du lot et illuminer la soirée !

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Votre grand-mère l'a toujours su : les perles, c'est cool ! Détournées en mode sac à main, c'est le petit Instacrush de la saison. 


Pourquoi on l'aime ? Parce que c'est comme porter un bijou à la place d'un sac. Un peu dame mais aussi un peu petite fille, le sac en perles est aussi précieux qu'amusant. Avec un petit air vintage qui ne gâche rien, pas étonnant qu'il s'affiche aux bras de toutes les influenceuses. 

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Lina Psaila
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There's nothing new about the allure of a white shoe. Dominating the 80's, this hue has been gaining ground as a certified new addition to footwear, since last season. After the white trainer boom (which is still going strong by the way) this shade has become popular in all shapes and sizes: Whether they're slingbacks, "ugly" trainers, ankle boots, thigh-high boots or your basic pumps white shoes are everywhere. 


There's something about this particular colour that elevates each outfit to rich status especially if you keep them in a pristine condition. They've also received a lot of designer approval from Vetements to Rejina Pyo or Topshop making sure that they have evolved from their 80's version to a current aesthetic. 

This season was a great example of pure sophistication when it comes to white shoes. We had the chance to feast our eyes on some pretty impressive street style photography of slouchy boots, spiky stilettos or flats including mules and loafers. Now if you want to really nail top-of-the-art glam pair them in juxtaposition with black accessories or clothing. Think of your basic LBD paired with thigh-high boots and a furry black bag for a very chic evening look. 

For a smart-casual approach team a pair of white slingbacks with leggings and the uber-elegant vinyl trench. For some extra modern appeal make sure your trench is in a checked pattern and add a pair of extra slim sunnies with coloured lenses.

Head to our gallery for white shoe inspiration and shop your favourite looks from our expert edit below! 

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Lina Psaila
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In our never-ending search for the ultimate party accessory, we stumbled upon a bag that's making waves across social media. Although this is one of the chicest ways to elevate your evening attire, this accessory is completely wearable with a pair of jeans and a blazer. The design and embellishments mean this bag has the power to transform any outfit, be it day or night. 


If 2017 was an ode to rustic totes, bamboo creations (thanks, CULT GAIA) and mini velvet body bags – see Gucci –  this year is a homage to the beaded bag. You might not see it as the most practical of the bunch but it's definitely got the retro aesthetic down to a T. The beaded bag was inspired by Shrimps’ Antonia bag, and the brand’s wild pink faux-fur Graham clutch with beaded embellishments. 

Sasah Alexandra's multicolor version and Vanina's cult Camelia cross-body have also been spotted adorning the arms of the fashion elite, From Leandra Medine to Pandora Sykes, Camille Chariere Maria Bernard and Laura Jackson, it seems that everyone wants a piece of this vintage-inspired trend. 

Want to try the IT-bag of the year for yourself? 

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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 and it's our Instacrush of the week.


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! 

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Lina Psaila
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Jonathan Anderson's tenure at Loewe has affected the brand's aesthetic. The designer has modernised the brand in deft ways such as infusing art and contemporary culture in Loewe's visual ethos. He's also been responsible for growing a family of It bags: from the Puzzle to the Hammock, each one was crafted under the brand's uncompromising standards. 


This Spring especially Anderson has produced a number of must-have styles such as The Hobo tote, worn in multiple ways and the Tent bag, which reverses from leather to suede. The latest addition to the brand's wide roster of luxe accessories: The Gate bag, aka our Instacrush of the week, which made its debut in SS18 and is now taking the street style by storm. 

On the Spring runway, models wore it clutched in their hand or slung on their shoulder. The Gate was crafted in Madrid from smooth leather and its small saddle design is defined by a knotted front belt and finished with juxtaposing white stitching and hand-painted edges. 

The bag was a fashion pack favourite in Milan, Paris and London street style. Opt for the camel shade and sport it with contrasting hues of purple and grey slung loosely on your shoulder. Keep your outfit monochrome and let the bag be the pop of colour of the general outfit. Blend the bag into your outfit by pairing the midnight blue version with the same colour shirt and floor-skimming skirt. Finish the look off with a long vinyl trench. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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Oriane Pierrès
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Winter is over, as the spring equinox finally marked the debut of the long awaited season this week. As soon as a new season rolls through, a brand new range of essentials follows that will tend to our needs. 


This time, our spring favourite is the wicker bag. After a very successful run on street style snaps and Insta stories across the globe last Spring, this year the straw basket bag is back for good. 

Fashion bloggers and influencers are trading the faux fur and rusty leather bags of the past winter, for the lighter and more weather appropriate fashion accessory. In a sense, they are transforming our Instagram feeds into a fashionable picnic at glam locations. 

For a quick history recap, this wicker bag craze is a nod to the seventies and style icon Jane Birkin. One of her staples was a chic wicker basket that she paired with her other seasonal faves like washed out flares, floral tea dresses or high-waisted denim shorts and striped tees. That unequivocal Parisian factor was captured in her laissez-faire attitude and fashion choices. 

The current Parisian fashion pack such as French model Jeanne Damas or blogger Camille Charrière are also welcoming the trend. So don't overthink it, if you want to channel the Spring's nonchalance opt for an elegant basket bag and pair it with a frilly dress, mules and a bold red lip.  

Have a look at our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our edit below...

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Oriane Pierrès
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As there is an international day for everything, past Monday was Fanny Pack day. Once a dorky item, the belt bag celebrating hands-free life became a true celebrity staple. Best-sellers, they have yet to reach their peak. 


This now must-have item made an incredible comeback this year, cinching every trendy waist. This accessory was spotted on every influencer, hitting the streets after every fashion show. Part of a bigger '80s and 90s revival trend, the belt bag has changed a lot since its older sister version, and has nothing to do with your parents holiday looks. 

While seen as a fashion faux-pas before, wearers as Kanye West or the it-models Kaia Gerber and Bella Hadid incorporated the luxury version of the belt bag into their looks. Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Balenciaga made their own version, which has nothing to envy to more “classic” bags. 

Worn across the waist or as cross-body bags, this retro accessory will instantly elevate your outfit. And as Spring is finally starting to show up, you can trade the bag-over-puffer-jacket for a sweater and jean jacket version. Think oversize knitwear and long skirts to play on volumes. For a more evening look, use it as a regular belt on a fitted turtle neck dress. And if you don’t feel confident enough to sport the touristy look, loop the bag through jeans like Karlie Kloss.

Find styling inspiration in the gallery above then shop your favourite belt bags in our edit.

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Lina Psaila
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No more hiding your contents of your bag a secret. Big names like Celine, Calvin Klein and Chanel put their own spin on see-through plastic and vinyl to give their covetable collections a clear edge. It's perfect for rainy Britain too, being waterproof and wipe clean. Most designers were looking at the trend ironically, attempting to elevate the plastic fabric which is associated with food preservation to a fashion trend. 


Once relegated to carrying groceries from one place to another, plastic bag is now a IT bag. From Celine £420 version to the Balenciaga £835 one, the transparent bags are everywhere. Reading the description, we can only fall for the Celine version: the finest clear vinyl, finished with the classic logo, a suffocation warning in four languages, two handles and of course, only available in Nordstrom Downtown Seattle. 

Are luxury brands trying to send you a message ? Plastic bag should not be disposable, but sustainable. It's time to come back to slow-fashion (and not taking a flight to the US just to get this must-have bag is probably the best solution).

So, is it a yay or nay for you ?

Browse through our gallery for more plastic-fantastic inspiration scroll below for our edit of the most eclectic plastic items you need to own! 


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We’ve noticed that Fendi is now rivalling Gucci when it comes to Milan Fashion Week streetstyle. The latter is still huge news of course, especially following the incredible mishmash of cross-cultural and supernatural references Alessandro Michele featured in his ‘Cyborg’ AW18 collection, complete with severed heads and a cradled baby dragon. But some of the fash pack are ditching Gucci’s double G monogram for Fendi’s double Fs to inspirational effect. Whether it was a multi-coloured bag, a coat as seen on Anna Dello Russo, or even a sheer skirt and accessories, each women pulled off the statement logo pieces with aplomb leaving us with serious style envy. And trust self-professed techno princess, the model and DJ Sita Abellan, to take monogram layering to a whole new level by teaming a Fendi cardigan, belt, bag, tights and shoes together (a chic new record) in brown tones with flashes of red. 


The fact that Fendi’s monogram isn’t as famous as Gucci’s or even Chanel’s or Louis Vuitton’s actually works in it’s favour. There’s less risk of overexposure as adoptees tend to have an affinity with the Italian fashion house or the letter ‘F’ (maybe it’s one of their initials?). Fendi’s Creative Directors Silvia Venturini Fendi and Karl Lagerfeld have also made an effort to graphically rework the ‘F’ in some lovely and original ways. Take the the ‘F’ hoops with the letters sitting at an angle or the arty use of colour, these on-trend yet timeless styles have captivating cross-general appeal. They’re sophisticated and impeccably crafted with the prices the match.  

Click through our favourite Fendi streetstyle looks in the gallery above then shop our Fendi logo edit below. 

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Thiara Collorec
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Lancé par Max Mara il y a quelques saisons, le manteau en peluche est très vite devenu une Instacrush. Chiara Ferragni a fait le tour du monde avec le sien, et en cette Fashion Week, on le voit défiler hors-podium à New York, Londres, et maintenant Milan. 


Mais le truc avec le manteau en peluche - ou teddy, en référence au tendu bear - c'est qu'on a pas besoin d'être une fashionista avisée pour l'adopter. Voilà une pièce originale certes, mais somme toute assez classique, dans sa coupe et dans sa couleur. La preuve, le manteau en peluche est parfait sur une tenue simple et sobre, comme un total look noir ou denim. 

Sa couleur camel y est pour beaucoup : le camel, c'est la couleur neutre par excellence, qu'on associe aussi bien à des tons clairs ou foncés. Avec du noir, du blanc, du bleu ou du rouge.... le résultat est toujours parfait, intéressant et en aucun cas excentrique. 

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Lina Psaila
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This week our focus surrounds the bag that we've seen on the arms of influencers and fashion editors more than all others combined. Just like the straw basket bag of last year, this material is a bit controversial for winter. But no one stopped wearing the basket bag or the string bag, last year in February either. 


The string bag was more of a shopping bag that required an inner bag to hold all of your items safely.This London Fashion Week took notice and presented an evolved version of the bag. Enter the plant pot bag: a transformed evening tote featuring a leather case where you can store your phone and wallet. A few of the "It" bag converts include Hannah Strafford Taylor, Lisa Aiken and Yasmin Sewell. 

The design was created by the LA-based brand Staud and has been seen in most Insta accounts especially during London Fashion Week in a variety of hues: from tan to pink, white and red. Fitting in nicely with the rest of the impressive mid-range designer handbags you can purchase the Staud bag without breaking the bank ranging between the $285 and $475 mark. 

If you're unsure about the string bag, you can opt for a velvet crush option or a leather version proffered by the fashion pack such as Alexa Chung and Leandra Medine. Wear your favourite style with a day smart outfit and instantly elevate your look. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop from our expert edit below! 

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