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Is the picture above the first real life sighting of a piece from Burberry’s AW18 celebration of LGBTQ+ communities announced earlier this week? We’re hoping so because current Burberry face Adwoa Aboah wears her technicolour dream coat magnificently and the check patch the British powerhouse shared isn’t giving anything away besides a first glimpse of the rainbow check. If you can’t wait until outgoing Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey’s final show tomorrow, then check out the beautiful editorial Alasdair McLellan shot for LGBTQ+ platform them. Featuring same sex couples wearing AW18 pieces, you can see the rainbow check in a baseball cap, scarf and shirt. The thinking behind the collection, Bailey explains, is that "There has never been a more important time to say that in our diversity lies our strength, and our creativity." The collection will be available to buy immediately after the show and Burberry’s complementary set of initiatives include donations to Albert Kennedy Trust, the Trevor Project and ILGA.  


Apart from Burberry, the other London Fashion Week shows are still shrouded in secrecy. What we do know is that Topshop Unique won’t be showing this year, J.W.Anderson is showing his new menswear and womenswear together, and that Delpozo has decamped from New York. We can’t wait to see how rising brands Matty Bovan and Halpern progress; how Molly Goddard, Rejina Pyo and Isa Arfen harness their success; and the streetstyle will hopefully be bolder and more playful. 

Shop our LFW edits below and follow all the action via our social media channels!  

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New York Fashion Week runs from today until next Wednesday, February 14th following the Men's collections February 5th- 8th. However, this New York Fashion Week is different than the rest. It's following on a wave of changes that was initiated last season when Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Altuzarra and Thom Browne moved their presentations to Paris. Tome's Ramon Martin and Ryan Lobo also joined the pack of designers leaving New York for Paris. While the controversial collaboration of Rihanna's Fenty x Puma received many accolades and the quintessential American spirit brand of Ralph Lauren hosted his show in his Bedford garage. This season more designers are striking on their own accord while two are coming out of town. 


THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS 

Tomas Maier is celebrating the opening of his Madison Avenue store and is visiting his Bottega Venetta show from Milan to New York for one season. Maier's move makes sense since the fresh air being infused into the collection abides by the New York edgy and youthful sensibility. Esteban Cortazar - the boy wonder from Paris, formerly creative director of Emanuel Ungaro, is moving his show from Paris to New York. 

THE DEPARTURES 

Ever since Alexander Wang announced that he's moving #WangFest to a June/December schedule there are more designers evading the conventional Fashion Calendar. Wand staged several street parties in September and will present his final show on the official schedule this Saturday before moving with his plans. Marchesa's Georgina Chapman after filing for divorce from Harvey Weinstein and Keren Craig cancelled their runway show in favour of a more low-key event. Delpozo and Victoria Beckham are switching New York for London, Tome traded New York for Paris while there will be no Fenty x Puma show. Many others Public School and Baja East switched to straight-to-consumer, Burberry and Mansur Gavriel wanted to a see-now-buy-now model while Rebecca Minkoff and Lela Rose opted for Instagram shows instead of IRL ones.

FASHION WEEK STAPLES 

But still, it's New York fashion week Marc Jacobs whose latest collection was featured on the cover of American Vogue is closing the show. While Raf Simons is presenting both his third collection for Calvin Kein and also showcasing his own menswear brand. Tom Ford is showing two separate collections Women's and Men's. We're anticipating Coach, Michael Kors, Oscar de la Renta and of course Jeremy Scott! We're also expecting a breath of fresh air from newcomers (to the NYFW runway at least) Eckhaus Latta, the powerful subversive duo, and the American - Australian Matthew Adams Dolan, a denim aficionado and Rihanna favourite. 

THE FROW 

As with designers, there has been a thinning of big celebrity sightings too. This time last year Katie Holmes, Jennifer Hudson and Lucy Liu sat at Zac Posen alone, for example, and by September, the significant celeb snaps were confined to those of a pregnant Jessica Alba and Jessica Seinfeld. And all for a good reason. According to The New York Times, in the practice of pay-per-pose, an A-lister like Angelina Jolie could command close to $1 million per show. As expected Tom Ford kicked off NYFW AW18 with a guest list that included Ciara and husband Russell Wilson, Pusha T and Halsey. Jessica Alba is a Tory Burch veteran so she’ll probably be there, ditto for Zoe Kravitz at close friend Alexander Wang’s show. Rashida Jones is a fan of  Rachel Comey, actress Chloe Grace Moretz has been a COACH regular in the past and may even show up to the Victoria Beckham show (she’s currently dating Brooklyn Beckham). Olivia Culpo and her New England Patriots player boyfriend Danny Amendola are scheduled to make an appearance, according to E! Online. And from the music scene: Solange Knowles Tinashe and Teyana Taylor may all show up. As far as street style trendsetters are concerned: Yasmin Sewell, (heavily pregnant) Leandra Medine, Lisa Aiken and Linda Tol are all safe bet sightings and women to follow on Instagram if you’re not already. 

Stay glued to Shopcade for more #FashionWeek updates and speaking of sticking to that New York aesthetic, shop our favourite NYFW designers via our expert edit below! 

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New York Fashion Week starts today and will run until next Wednesday 14th February (aka Valentine’s Day) following the Men's collections held between the 5th and 8th of February. However, there are a host of changes, initiated last season when Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Altuzarra and Thom Browne moved their presentations to Paris. Tome's Ramon Martin and Ryan Lobo crossed over to the French capital as well, and even more, designers are shaking up the fashion system. 


THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS 

Tomas Maier is celebrating the opening of his Madison Avenue store and is visiting his Bottega Venetta show from Milan to New York for one season. Maier's move makes sense since the fresh air being infused into the collection abides by the city’s urban edge and youthful sensibility. Esteban Cortazar, the boy wonder from Paris and formerly creative director of Emanuel Ungaro, is moving his show from Paris to New York. 

THE DEPARTURES 

Ever since Alexander Wang announced that he's moving #WangFest to a June/December schedule, more designers have followed suit and evaded the conventional Fashion Calendar. Wand staged several street parties in September and will present his final show on the official schedule this Saturday before executing his plans. After filing for divorce from disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein, Marchesa's Georgina Chapman and her co-founder Keren Craig cancelled their runway show in favour of a more low-key event. Delpozo and Victoria Beckham are switching New York for London ( the former this season, the latter next), and there will be no Fenty x Puma show (making a Rihanna a little less likely). Others like Public School and Baja East have switched to a straight-to-consumer format, Burberry and Mansur Gavriel’s collections will be see-now-buy-now, while Rebecca Minkoff and Lela Rose have opted for Instagram shows instead of IRL ones. 

FASHION WEEK MAINSTAYS 

But one of NYFW’s biggest names Marc Jacobs, whose latest collection was featured on the cover of American Vogue, is closing the week as usual. Raf Simons is presenting both his third collection for Calvin Klein and his own menswear brand; while Tom Ford is eschewing co-ed shows by showing his new menswear and womenswear separately a few days apart. We're looking forward to seeing what Coach, Michael Kors, Oscar de la Renta and of course Jeremy Scott have come up with! And keeping a close eye on Monse, newcomers (to the NYFW runway at least) Eckhaus Latta, the powerful subversive duo, and Rihanna’s favourite denim aficionado Matthew Adams Dolan. 

THE FROW 

As with designers, there has been a thinning of big celebrity sightings too. This time last year Katie Holmes, Jennifer Hudson and Lucy Liu sat at Zac Posen alone, for example, and by September, the significant celeb snaps were confined to those of a pregnant Jessica Alba and Jessica Seinfeld. And all for a good reason. According to The New York Times, in the practice of pay-per-pose, an A-lister like Angelina Jolie could command close to $1 million per show. As expected Tom Ford kicked off NYFW AW18 with a guest list that included Ciara and husband Russell Wilson, Pusha T and Halsey. Jessica Alba is a Tory Burch veteran so she’ll probably be there, ditto for Zoe Kravitz at close friend Alexander Wang’s show. Rashida Jones is a fan of  Rachel Comey, actress Chloe Grace Moretz has been a COACH regular in the past and may even show up to the Victoria Beckham show (she’s currently dating Brooklyn Beckham). Olivia Culpo and her New England Patriots player boyfriend Danny Amendola are scheduled to make an appearance, according to E! Online. And from the music scene: Solange Knowles Tinashe and Teyana Taylor may all show up. As far as street style trendsetters are concerned: Yasmin Sewell, (heavily pregnant) Leandra Medine, Lisa Aiken and Linda Tol are all safe bet sightings and women to follow on Instagram if you’re not already. Stay glued to Shopcade for more #FashionWeek updates and speaking of sticking to that New York aesthetic, shop our favourite NYFW designers via our expert edit below! 

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Hands up if you only watch the Super Bowl for the American national anthem and the halftime show? Us too, and also for an annual real life sighting of the supermodel Gisele as she supports her husband, the record-breaking star New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady with their family. Although this year the 5 time world champions didn’t retain their trophy in Super Bowl LII as the so-called ‘underdogs’ Philadelphia Eagles beat them 41-33, with Brandon Graham's incredible strip-sack knocking the ball out of Brady’s hands. That’s a very rough summary of the actual American football played because we were most excited to see Justin Timberlake in his comeback gig, to crown the release of his new album 'Man of the Woods.' P!nk had wowed belting out ’The Star-Spangled Banner’ with the flu earlier on.  


Timberlake had a tough task following Lady Gaga’s epic performance last year and Beyonce’s stunning politically-charged rendition of ‘Formation’ the year before, and the talented singer-dancer didn’t quite reach the same heights. His mandate seemed to be family friendly rather than forward-thinking and so Timberlake dutifully delivered: slickly dancing his way through a medley of his greatest hits including ‘Rock your Body’ (which he did at his 2003 Super Bowl show with Janet Jackson that lead to #nipplegate), ‘Señorita’, ‘My Love’, ‘Sexy Back’, 'Cry me a River', ‘Suit and Tie’, ‘End of Time’ at a piano and ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’ to close. 

There were no NSYNC, Janet Jackson or ‘Filthy’ robot appearances but plenty of backing dancers, a live brass band and a few sound issues; and Timberlake did pay tribute to the late Prince, as the game was being staged in his hometown Minnesota, by covering ‘I Would Die 4 U’. The late legendary artist was projected next to him as a video rather than a ‘demonic’ hologram and his fans weren’t happy as Prince reportedly didn’t like Timberlake. Unlike longterm Timberlake’s fans from his NSYNC and ‘Justified' days who voiced their approval on social media, but the whole thing did little to inspire a new generation, as the young man who got a selfie with Timberlake hinted by his actions.

What Timberlake wore also sparked plenty of debate and memes. Fresh out of Stella McCartney’s AW18 menswear collection (so not in stores yet) and in line with his new ‘country with R’n’b roots’ sound, he sported a deer scene shirt with a cameo splatter print and Prince of Wales check suit, a red bandana around his neck, a fringed leather jacket and chunky white Nike sneakers which looked like custom Jordans. GQ has full details/sketches and it was the most progressive thing about the performance- a fresh way to pull off clashing prints for men.

So if you want to, or you’d like your boyfriend to dress like Timberlake, admire his instagram shots in the gallery above, watch the halftime show here and then shop our edit of similar styles below. 

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I think Jaden Smith’s look at the Grammy’s was amazing! I love the mixture of textures and prints going on within the outfit - so unique and cool! #jadensmith #grammys #outfitinspo #menswear Photo Credit: @officialjaden on Twitter

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Buy nothing until you’ve seen Reiss’ new collections. Because the British brand, favoured by stylish influential women and men worldwide, is particularly adept at refining the current fashion mood, noteworthy trends and the demands of modern life into timeless-with-a twist styles that you’ll reach for time and time again. So the newest pieces will slot effortlessly into your new year wardrobe refresh with captivating new narratives. Reiss’ reputation for exemplary quality and a discerning attention to detail is well-known, and a testament to the in-house design team, which ensures the ageless, authentic designs can flatter all shapes and sizes.  


Being present and in the moment is a common new year’s resolution that extends and expands rather chicly into the new #10;https://www.shopcade.com/click/000000000000000000000001/509bb3a6646fcbd63a000003?bp=1">womenswear options. Inspired by American photographer Slim Aarons, who dreamily captured well-dressed jet-setters in idyllic settings, Picasso’s line drawings and other complementary cultural references: romantic silhouettes and sophisticated prints that transition from day to night and from winter well into spring start the season off. Clothes-wise, that means #10;https://www.shopcade.com/click/4ee60fdd3a67ae2126000000/5a6b4aba66a92fed078b4588?bp=1">soft tailoring, silk shirts and oversized #10;https://www.shopcade.com/click/4ee60fdd3a67ae2126000000/5a6b4ad7458719505b8b45a9?bp=1">knits, ideally styled together to radiate laid-back luxury, and stripes of varying sizes are the key pattern. Come March, vintage hand-drawn prints arrive as artful accents, along with draping and delicate pleating. The sculptural silhouettes and forward-thinking fabrications of the occasionwear mean you’ll be all set for the wedding season ahead.  

For men, the message is ‘the sublime is now” which is certainly the case when you break down the collection. Lake Como’s stunning landscape and Italy’s love of racing sports inform the deconstructed tailoring, thematic tones like Goodwood Green and Grand Prix White, and the bold prints designed to create an evolving sense of effortless cool throughout the season. Stripes also crossover here on the Finnie and Grange #10;https://www.shopcade.com/click/4ee60fdd3a67ae2126000000/5a6b4b20458719265b8b4653?bp=1">shirts, while perforated #10;https://www.shopcade.com/click/4ee60fdd3a67ae2126000000/5a6b4b3666a92fec078b4629?bp=1">leather jackets and accessories practically heighten the impact. A great example of the new modern-fit tailoring is the Wonder double-breasted pinstripe #10;https://www.shopcade.com/click/4ee60fdd3a67ae2126000000/5a6b4b5f66a92fca078b4665?bp=1">suit, and there are plenty of trophy tops and genius jackets to choose from.  

Click through some of the collection highlights in the gallery above and shop your favourite styles in our edits below. 

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Reiss is such a cool brand. Always on trend!
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Demna Gvasalia is unstoppable! From the Ikea inspired bag to Triple S sneakers, whatever he designs becomes instantly viral. During the menswear fashion week, Balenciaga sent a bag solely made from shoelaces down the runway. Seriously, just shoe laces! Gvasalia always finds a new technique or trend and I’m guessing, this year it will be shoelace bags! Coming with multi and black colour options these bags have a price tag of $2,650. Wether you are willing to pay this much for a shoelace bag is up to you, but these will totally be the hit of 2018. #shoelaces #bag #balenciaga #demnagvasalia #design #trend #fashionweek #style

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We’ve got Scotland on the brain today because it’s Burns Night and it just so happens that the kilt is a key skirt shape for Spring Summer 2018. The former is a celebratory day in honour of Robert Burns, who’s regarded as Scotland’s national poet and the brains behind ‘A Red, Red Rose.’ Which is as good an excuse as any to indulge in a little haggis or a couple of hot toddies tonight. Take a look at the Balenciaga’s runaway show back in October. Iconic Scottish model Stella Tennant strutted out in an oversized stripe shirt, hybrid boot/leggings and the real star of her outfit? The tartan skirt in between, embellished with a silver charm belt. More polished than punk, even in Creative Director Demna Gvasalia’s progressive world.  


The kilt is traditionally a menswear garment, made of a clan’s unique tartan, with a sporran (purse) on top and nothing underneath. But the skirt has understandably crossed over into womenswear with a few tweaks of its own and a rebellious attitude thanks to punks and grungers appropriating it. Now you can find a kilt in a range of fabrics, patterns and colours, and then you can pick your ideal length and placement of pleats/leather straps. Mini lengths do still bring Catholic school-girls to mind, but also cult ‘90s film Clueless; while midi lengths are look-at-me elegant. And with checks never really out of style, you’ll wear your kilt year after year. 

Check out the gallery above for kilt styling inspiration and then shop your favourites from our edits of top picks below. 

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The kilt-inspired skirt is so cool!
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This picture shows how menswear is slowly changing and evolving. I love how a standard Winter coat can be manipulated to create a unique, asymmetric themed look. Of course they all have a pair of Dr Marten boots to match - very cool! #drmartens #menswear #outfitinspo #fashion Photo Credit: @drmartens on Twitter

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Call us catty but we’ve always thought of ‘Uggs’ as shorthand for ‘ugly’ no matter the height or colour. And Y/Project’s Creative Director Glenn Martens has taken up the ‘ugly shoe’ trend baton and pushed it to new and extreme heights quite literally by lengthening and widening the boot for his AW18 menswear collection, shown last week in in Paris. It’s worth pointing out that there are three styles in this Y/Project x Ugg collaboration which all reflect the exaggerated proportions that the Parisian upstart brand is making it’s name with. The big question wasn’t whether they’d be comfortable- of course they’ll be. Martens himself described wearing Uggs as "putting your foot in a warm pot of butter" to Vogue.com and wanted to extend that admittedly wonderful feeling when faced with a super cold winter up the leg towards the crotch. And having worn these glorified slippers when they were hot during the mid Noughties, (thank you Sienna Miller) we can’t disagree. But would you wear the thigh-high ones? 


If the answer’s yes, how? They were styled with oversized tops and jacket sans trousers (you wouldn't want to sweat in them?) on the runway allowing cheeky flashes of thigh that would usually be hidden. Exactly how we’d imagine Rihanna rocking them with the IDGAF attitude that’s essential for these. In fact, we wouldn’t be surprised if there’s a pair already winging its way to the stylish superstar as she’s a big fan of Y/Project who did her Anti Tour outfits. The swathes of suede and shearling that would be sheathing your legs are definitely cool but clearly casual, making this look fine at home or for an off-duty, weekend outing. But nowhere else as the boots can’t really be teamed with dresses, skirts and trousers because they're too bulky. But maybe that’s the point and people with the budget can save them exclusively for certain occasions. Uggs are notoriously not waterproof, even if you cover them with suede shoe protector, so the upkeep and frustratingly inevitable wet patches if you wear them out may not be worth it.  

Shop our UGG edit below because whatever you think of the thigh-highs, the lower styles are much easier to wear and apparently a revival is underway.  

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There's only one day until the menswear fashion week in Paris. If the styles look anything like what this guy is wearing it is sure to be filled with amazing fashion! I'm a lover of the leather jackets! #menswear #fashionweek Credit: @parisfashionweek Instagram

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