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This wool coat inspired by the classic military, formerly used only by sailors, is ultra warm, usually unisex and always crossed. Credits: Pinterest

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Cross-brand collaborations have become one of the most anticipated events in the fashion industry, giving us a new look at the labels we love, offering insight into the visual and cultural exchange of creative processes. 


Virgil Abloh, man-of-the-moment and newly appointed artistic director of menswear for Louis Vuitton, famously married street culture with luxury, proving to the fashion scene that streetwear could and should be taken seriously. 

Founded in London, Browns Fashion is a world-renowned boutique, famous for discovering designers from Alexander McQueen to Simone Rocha. Now, Virgil Abloh, the man behind Off-White™, has teamed up with Browns to design an exclusive collection.

Off-White™ x Browns is a capsule of 21 pieces for men and women. The collection features some of the brand’s most iconic styles reinvented and reworked in fresh silhouettes, new colours and with unique twists that celebrate the idiosyncrasies of each brand. 

Delicate hand-drawn floral patterns meet tough jackets and pyjama sets, bags get an update in shades of blue and military green and of course, Abloh's signature “X” adorns many of the pieces. 

Described as 'a mix of street and chic sensibilities wrapped in one expression', this exclusive capsule is guaranteed to raise your fashion game and turn heads wherever you go.

Shop our selection below before it’s gone...

IMAGE CREDITS: Browns Fashion

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It could be said that it is a jacket that partly has a military, safari, fitted and worn almost always tied. We have seen jackets in various colours, but this colour is one of my favourites. Credits: Pinterest

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The military jacket is perfect. Thanks to its timelessness, functionality and fresh air that gives any look, this style has become a staple in our closet. Credits: Pinterest

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Coachella weekend one may be over but the word on everyone’s lips is still ‘Beyonce’. The singer took to the stage in not one but five outfits for her headline performance on Saturday night and made history with her looks.


Bey collaborated with Olivier Rousteing, creative director of French fashion house Balmain for her performance on the Coachella main stage, creating bespoke outfits inspired by Balmain’s military-inspired AW collection.

We saw bright-yellow sweatshirts, glittering Balmain bodysuits, black and gold sequins and nods to the Black Panthers and Egyptian Queen, Nefertiti. Beyonce also rocked signature fishnets, denim cut-offs and bee accessories. 

We loved each and every one of ‘Yonce’s looks so we’ve put together an edit to help you steal her style. Whether you’re heading to a festival or prepping for a night out, these statement pieces will help you channel your inner Queen Bey.

Shop our Editors’ picks below… 

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If you’re a bit lost in your wardrobe when spring finally comes around, know you’re not alone. Cold, warm, rain, sun… difficult to understand. At the end of the day, you put on layers, without knowing what you’re doing. Or worse, you get a cold. 


But this era has come to an end. Here are the 6 transition pieces to bet on for an amazing spring.

The cardigan

The must-have of mid-season, the one we all have in our wardrobe but not the funniest to wear. Pick its oversized version, a bit thick, a bit boyfriend-like. Cinched, it is now a sexy must have. 

The trench coat

easy, everyone knows it. Lighter than a coat, it protects you against rain and get you warmer with style. Perfect to warm up that little dress we’ve been dying to wear. 

The military jacket

a bit like the trench, but more rock. This is a classic to wear with a jean or a printed dress, for a boho-chic style. With boots or thigh high boots, worn on bare legs, you’re ready to face the storm. 

The culottes

Nor shorts or trousers, this is a transition piece by definition. We skip the tights of course, the idea being to finally show some leg. We put on a pair of mules (if the weather is nice), or sneakers, and here we go! 

The mules

Here, again, we have a hybrid piece, so perfect for transition. Half-sandals, half-boots, mules are covering enough to keep your feet warm, but open enough for a more spring-like look. 

The thigh-high boots

Feeling like a dress, but tired of wearing tights ? Thigh high boots are made for you. Careful, you’re gonna turn heads… 

Discover our edit and shop our favourite pieces for transitional dressing below...

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Whatever you call it, what is clear is that the military or camouflage trend is very fashionable. The shops have filled with these dark green tones, persimmons and browns, for what? Clothing stores have been filled with these patterns that also feel pretty good and are not very complicated to combine.Have a look at our gallery for more inspiration!Credits: Pinterest

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The name of the pattern is camouflage but street style is opting for it to stand out. Camouflage skirts, jackets, pants, bags, anything camouflage is trendy. All of the supermodels have embraced this style and now it has moved to street style. An oversized military jacket is probably in every fashion girl's wardrobe but now it is time to upgrade. Try wearing camouflage pants with a pop of colour heeled boot, that will certainly make you a street style star! #camouflage #militaryjacket #trend #streetstyle #patterns

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While the first couple of days are great to check out the work of lesser-known talent, LFW brings out the big guns by Day 3! 


On this day, we saw some big names (designers and actresses alike), and their exciting resort collections left us on a high. Here are our top 5. 

Payal Singhal 
This designer's collection gave us major 1930s vibes! We were dazzled by her use of fringes and beads, which, combined with a liberal use of gold accents, gave us a luxe vibe. Plus, we couldn't take our eyes off Diana Penty's old world glam that fit in perfectly with this collection.  

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Ritu Kumar's Maharaja Pop collection gave us major royalty vibes, along with a hint of military chic. We fell in love with the dazzling motifs, and splashes of colour on neutral bases. Her showstopper, Vaani Kapoor, looked gorgeous in a black outfit that combined appliqué with net. 

Falguni Shane 
Peacock The excitement was palpable for FSP's first LFW show in 6 years! The theme of their collection, titled "The Rebel", was an explosion of cool tones like silver and blue, paired with warmer tones like champagne. All pieces were finished off with a sheer robe, which added a unique touch to them. Bipasha Basu was an eye-grabbing showstopper in a nude, embellished outfit and a snatched ponytail. 

SVA Couture 
SVA's collection was all about chic neutrals and pastels. Think wide-legged pants and flared tops with cinched waists. We loved how the closing outfit totally popped, though—Nimrat Kaur brought the gorgeous red-and-gold lehenga to life alright! 

Farah Sanjana 
This collection perfectly channeled our inner little girls who loved to wear flared skirts and twirl around all day! We loved the gorgeous matching co-ord sets with flowy floral skirts and crop tops, combined with soft neutrals. And Kiara Advani was the cutest showstopper ever!

Photo Credit: Lakme Fashion week, Vogue India

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Today is election day! The race to the White House ended on a high note last night for Hillary Clinton whose rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, saw Lady Gaga and Jon Bon Jovi perform a duet of "Livin' On A Prayer". Watch their performance in the video above!

Lady Gaga, real name Stefani Germanotta, was dressed in an elaborate black military jacket with red detailing as worn by Michael Jackson during his 1990 visit to the White House. She purchased the jacket along with 54 other items from his Bad tour at auction in 2012. 

At the time, she Tweeted: "The 55 pieces I collected today will be archived & expertly cared for in the spirit & love of Michael Jackson, his bravery, & fans worldwide."

The singer-songwriter also did a heartwarming speech at the Clinton rally last night in which she said, "I know that it is important for this message, too, to be spread - that we do not need to hate [Trump's] followers.

"If we are true, true Americans, then we must go from viewing his followers as our adversaries to viewing them as our allies."

Scroll right through our gallery above to watch Lady Gaga's speech in full!

Photo Credit: Instagram, Pitchfork, Idolator
Video Credit: LIVE ON-AIR NEWS, Daily US Politics

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The 411: Launched in 2006 it is now a firmly established brand, sold across the UK in their own independent stores. They are known for their style, which blends British Victorian with vintage military and contemporary British street style. 


Why You Need Bolongaro Trevor: Have you seen the pieces? You can't find anything cooler! If you love to push boundaries, this brand is a must-have for you. 

Or Fave Item: The ace biker jacket- we're in love and lust with it. 

Photo Credit: Bolongaro Trevor 

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On Thursday our Creative Director Hoon flew to Paris to watch the Balmain show, read below his recap... 

After Valentino’s parent company Mayhoola finalised a deal to buy Balmain (supposedly for €485Million), all eyes were on the runway on September 29, to witness how the recent merger has affected Olivier Rousteing’s creative direction for the fashion house. The anticipation was real - Mayhoola was aiming to recreate the same success with Balmain as with Valentino- Mayhoola boosted Valentino’s revenue by $1Billion in 2015 after acquisition. 

Whether this was the reason behind the shift - when the new Balmain spring summer 2017 show hit the runway, it felt “modern, fun, but considered”. Rather than heavy, nearly military-esque fits with embroidery we were used to from Balmain, Olivier showed flowy, natural, and ethereal dresses and gowns with a revealing slit here and there. Against a lush greenery backdrop, models including Gigi Hadid walked out wearing very accessible outfits but with a Parisian edge, leaving an impression of lush inclusion for the viewers, rather than the hard “Balmain Army” concept we were used to. 

There were more colours - also a departure from previously monochrome Balmain collections - desert tones, cargo greens, snakeskin prints, graphic stripes- everything looks more ready-to-wear, and more affordable than the high couture concepts of previous years. 

The collection was a new type of sexy- modern, and more accessible, and complete creative success for Balmain’s new direction. 

On a sidenote the big news also turned to Kim Kardashian, who came to the show in a mesh catsuit, underwear-free.

Photo Credit: Vogue, Pinterest 
Video Credit: FatalefashionIIII

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