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Pastel is not just in the footwear trend, it’s also in our clothes! Pastel overload may seem quite odd but there are tricks to wear pastel like a fashion pro. The colours of Spring, is now translated into our Winter wardrobe. For winter you can try a pastel corduroy trouser with another trend white accessories. Wear a pastel dress with denim! If pastel is to powdery and soft for you, style it with denim and white to get the perfect look! #denim #pastel #colour #soft #powdery #trend #spring #winter #streetstyle #fashion

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Yes, we're already reaching the end of February meaning the end of winter. More sunlight, more time for exposed legs and a time for a slight change in wardrobe. These changes include footwear, and though we're not yet into flip flop season, this time it's all about ankle boots and their many variations: Flat, heeled, leather and suede, print or plain.


FLAT 

The flat ankle boot is probably the easiest way to be comfy chic. If you don't believe me just ask a few flat ankle aficionados like Alexa Chung and Sienna Miller. Follow in their footsteps and team them with midi skirts, long floral trousers or leggings. 

HEELED 

The autumn/winter essentials are definitely a pair of impressive, leather heeled ankle boots. They are offered in a great variety of punky buckle boots, suede Western styles, vintage lace up booties, riding styles in metallics bright bold colours like red and purple but also look out for plain black, grey, brown or white. 

Check our exclusive edit of ankle boots that you need to try this season! 

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Lucia Pieroni was the mind behind the make up at Christopher Kane this year. He described it as 'wintry fresh', it was totally natural and gorgeous with blushed cheeks and sleek eyebrows. Lips were rosy and eyes were nude to create a really relaxed look. Hair by Guido Palau echoed this. Natural textures were enhanced, this was all about accentuating the model's features, not changing her or covering her up. Image: Indigital

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The Moschino look was fuelled by pastels. Pink lips and glittering eyes were painted onto the Moschino models thanks to Kabuki. Whilst it was mainly cat-eye flicks and Jackie O wigs some of the models were painted in bright hues to offset the colours of the clothes. This is a look that can totally be recreated with a slick of liquid liner and some light blush. Image: Jamie Stoker

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Following the theme of beauty at Fashion Week, Max Mara had to be shared. As if we didn't love Gigi enough Tom Pecheux made her up with an incredible smokey eye. The smokey eye is one of my all time favourite make up looks. Pecheux swept a dark shadow around the eyes. The ease of everything else, including a nude lip, makes the eye all the more dramatic. The hair was teased by Sam McKnight, messy and fun, not to detract from the make up look, or the clothes, but enough to draw the eye. Image: Getty Images

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Following my previous post, I had to share the pink make up look from Pat McGrath for Prada. Because, well, just look at it. Image:Rex Features/Vogue

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Another look we have to discuss from Fashion Week is the make up. Pat McGrath slayed with make up concepts standing out just as much as the clothes. Some of the models were adorned with a slick of colour across the eyelid, sharpening up to the temple. Of course, it is the diamonte finish that I can't get enough of. If I could strut around everyday with gems embellishing my eyes, believe me I would. Image: Vogue

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Prada has hit the runway and what a show it was. A standout for me has to be this sheer look. Sheer has been all over not only the runways but the tabloids too, for the past few years. It has been a claimed celebrity favourite from Beyoncé's Met Gala gown - you know the one - to Kim Kardashian's, well most of Kim K's wardrobe. I guess it should be no surprise that sheer is still a coveted trend but Prada have changed the trend for me. Over a cute pink number and embellished in floral, this makes sheer more chic than ever. Image: Vogue

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Denim has historically been one of the most flattering fabrics for both men and women. Its unique versatility factor puts it front and centre for the high street and the high end. The level of creativity for 2018 is uncompromising and can range from a pile of patches acting as jeans to exaggerated forms that can be styled in completely unexpected ways. Look out for lots of cutouts, embroidery, patches and variety in hemlines in our top picks below! 


CUTOUTS 
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#262626">Take your cues from Kendall Jenner by styling a cut-out midi denim skirt with a silk spaghetti strap top. Finish the look with a vintage pair of 90s inspired sunnies and an equally grungy pair of mules for an edgier outfit. 

MODEL OFF DUTY JEANS 
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#262626">Super tight skinny jeans have morphed into straight cut styles that are comfier and define the silhouette without being constraining. Gigi Hadid and sister Bella were spotted sporting a more laid-back option: layers of denim. To achieve Gigi’s London Fashion Week off-duty look, the model layered chambray and yellow plaid button-downs with a long, frayed denim vest, then stunned with white and light blue layered, cropped jeans. 

STEP HEM 

If you really want to nail the 2018 denim look then look no further than the step hem, which shows no signs of stopping since last season. You can thank Vetements for the much needed innovative twist! #262626">If you don't have the Vetements budget, why don't you DIY and give one of your pairs a makeover by staggering the edges.Look below for other affordable options. The great thing about the step hem is that you can style it as you please while showing off your shoe. 

TRIPLE DENIM 

Canadian tuxedo has many retro connotations that range #262626">from Dolly Parton to Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears circa 2001.Nowadays you can triple or quadruple your denim by wearing contrasting shades or denim thickness. Play with proportions and juxtaposing materials for the most impressive results. 

FRINGING 

For the past three years, tassels and fringes have been put front and centre everywhere from Zara to Anthropologie, without any signs of abandoning the limelight. #262626">The trend's evolved so you don't have to stick to your frayed jeans necessarily. Pick up a fringed mini skirt with fringes, a distressed denim jacket or opt for a pair of uber cool denim sandals finished with tassels. One of our favourites is a distressed denim blouse with a frayed hem courtesy of Marques’ Almeida. 

EMBROIDERED 

The obvious option here is springtime florals. From rock n roll roses to funky pineapples even quotes make for a super stylish way to decorate your favourite pair of jeans this summer. 

PATCHWORK 

You can try clashing similar blue tonal panels or play with different sizing by assembling large squares with minuscule patches on the jeans taking cues from Eva Chen and Kendall Jenner. Experiment with positioning pockets in unexpected places or colours. If DIY is not your calling, don't worry. Just browse through our selected edit of denim items and shop your favourite items now! 

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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. 

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. And even after this season's Cybord extravaganza the classic allure of the beret remained stronger than ever

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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These talented influencers know more than a thing or two about the art of nail polish: From your typical mani- pedis to whimsical designs, editorial looks and red carpet showstoppers you'll find it in their Insta accounts. So whether you're looking for some newfound inspiration for tonight's outfit, researching the new nail art trends or simply gaining a first look into nail artistry, we have you covered. 


Find out below who are the best nail influencers right now! 


Poole is an editorial manicurist with credits that include Refinery29, Vogue.com, V Magazine, American Vogue and InStyle. Not an easy feat but quite an accomplishment for Sally Hanson's former Global Colour Ambassador! 


Real name Kelly Marissa made a blog out of her passion for nail polish. Even though she doesn't blog anymore she's dedicated her YouTube channel on providing tutorials for nail-art with DIY products and beauty product reviews. 


Lisa is an accountant living in San Fransisco with her boyfriend and son. She's also the blogger behind Cosmetic Sanctuary. An online destination covering cosmetics and hair care and a very dedicated section on nail polish. 


Although an LA engineer by day, Janelle Estep is a very successful self-taught nail artist and vlogger. She's also the author of the book Awesome Nails that features prints for nail decals and nail-stickers. If you're looking for freebies, DIY's and reviews head to her channel now! 


Chelsea King is a nail art superstar. She has tended to the nails of celebrities like Katy Perry and Jessie J, while she was named Global Nail Artist for Revlon last year. She started her career initially as a hobby, and her blog became her launching vehicle that led to tutorial and design gigs for the likes of MTV and Refinery29! 


According to enthusiast Kylie Jenner, Jessica Washick "uses color and negative space like no one else". Apart from being a celebrity and session nail tech, and a contributor to NAILPRO she's also a Color Designer for Nike and the creator of the U Don't A Man, U Need A Manicure Tumblr, where you can find her work. 


Although you can find her tutorials and howtos on her YouTube, this nail art insider showcases her craft on Facebook. Her niche artwork is intricate gradients and complex marbling. The impressive thing about Collete is that she's self-taught and encourages her followers to keep learning with her. Go Colette! 

For your ultimate nail art inspo look through our gallery and grab all of your nail essentials from our curated edit below!

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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. 

Alors découvrez notre sélection et shoppez votre manteau en peluche ! 

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