×
Shopping Cart
Stories Social
ESHOP
Deals Brands Lists Categories Top Interests Fashionistas
Blog
Contact us Terms of services Privacy policy

STYLE & SHOPPING.

Download the app and discover new brands, trends and exclusives.


Shopcade
shopcade added a look via the mobile app

Now that spring has more or less sprung, we’re looking to get in on the biggest trends for SS18. Pieces inspired by nature are always a winning option at this time of year and we’ve spotted stylists and designers interpreting the trend in a big way. From animal prints to floral embroidery, petal tones to runways disguised as enchanted forests – as seen at Chanel – collections influenced by the natural world are everywhere. 


JewelStreet is also celebrating the wild side of fashion with seasonal collections inspired by flora and fauna. JewelStreet is the home of more than 500 independent jewellery brands loved by style insiders and celebs. With indie labels hailing from fashion capitals all over the world, JewelStreet is the perfect place to seek a little new-season inspiration and discover luxe accessories. 

Crafted by talented designers and artisans, JewelStreet’s Flora collection is a mix of delicate golden leaves and glittering statement flowers, as seen at Burberry. 

Cool contemporary ear cuffs in polished gold sit alongside classic diamond necklaces and simple silver studs. JewelStreet’s Fauna collection is a cute homage to the animal kingdom, with butterflies and birds adorning statement necklaces and snakes, lizards and starfish – a la Versace – making sparkling appearances elsewhere. 

With all the animal inspo seen on the runway for SS18, this eclectic collection is right on the money. Browse our Editors’ picks of the best necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings and try the wild jewellery trend for yourself… 

In partnership with JewelStreet.

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
Shopcade
shopcade added a look via the mobile app

Forget muted tones and sleek silhouettes, this spring designers are opting for maximalism, and the bolder and brighter the better. One of our favourite takes on the trend comes from Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz and luxury online retailer mytheresa.com. The pair have collaborated to create a statement nine-piece capsule collection sold exclusively at mytheresa.com


Known for contrasting vibrant, festive design with flattering and creative shapes, Johanna looked to the stylish city of Cartagena, Spain for the collection’s inspiration. ‘For me, Cartagena is visual poetry,’ says Johanna. ‘The essence of the place is a conductor of creative energy and inspiration. It is the hometown of magical realism.’ 

Oversized polka dots on silk, voluminous ruffles and striking tropical prints are the focus of this collection with thigh-high splits and deep V-neck styles adding extra flair. The collection includes maxi dresses, statement tops, swimsuits and kimonos - perfect for brightening up your wardrobe for SS18. 

Whether you’re jetting off to warmer climes, getting festival-ready for Coachella this month or simply looking to maximise your new-season wardrobe, this exclusive collection inspired by sunny Spanish resorts is the one you’ve been waiting for. 

Want to see more? Head to our gallery for inspiration and shop the capsule collection from our edit below... 

The collection launches globally on mytheresa.com from April 11 2018. 

In partnership with mytheresa.com.

IMAGE CREDITS: mytheresa.com

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
Emily Beeson
emilybeeson added a look via the mobile app

It’s no secret that we’re fans of Alexa Chung. The model, writer, IT-girl and now designer is always ahead of the curve when it comes to her style. Her influences are myriad, from punk to Victoriana, and we love the creative references in her own collections too. 


Alexa’s latest collection is inspired by Bloomsbury Set – a group of artists and writers – and the wild, eclectic decor at their Sussex country retreat, Charleston House. Alexa Chung launched her eponymous label ALEXACHUNG this year and was keen to honour her British roots with the new designs. The label combines Parisian chic with a New York edge and a British sense of humour. 

We’re head over heels for the dreamy images on the Alexachungstagram feed, shot at Charleston for SS18. The Virginia collection, inspired by Virginia Woolf, features white boho dresses, statement floral prints and illustrated silk scarves and tees in Alexa’s signature quirky style.

Want to channel Alexa’s artist-inspired look for yourself this spring? Shop our edit below… 

Follow us on INSTAGRAM for more style inspo! 

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
M.J Ortega
moxbeauty added a look via the mobile app
moxbeauty

Nobody knows how to match prints to perfection like Versace.  This dress looks stunning on Camila Cabello, it really hugs her figure and this is actually the amazing philosophy behind the fashion brand, celebrate the woman figure and shape. Something that I always look for on any brand.  photo credit: @versace on twitter  #fashion #women #versace #look 

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
Emily Beeson
emilybeeson added a look via the mobile app

We love those easy pieces you can just throw on and go but spring hasn’t exactly been the warmest this year. Nonetheless, we’re determined to rock our in-season pieces as seen on the runway and on all our favourite celebs. 


A jumpsuit is the perfect example of stylish dressing made easy, whether you’re wearing yours for work, the weekend or a night out with the girls. From vintage-inspired wide-leg styles to statement prints and plunging V-necks, having a few fail-safe one-pieces in your wardrobe is a must. 

But how do you style a jumpsuit in spring? The weather is hardly tropical so we looked to our team of editors and style insiders for advice…

The trick with spring dressing is layering. Whether it’s lengths, prints, textures or tones, team a jumpsuit with the right layers and it’ll soon become your go-to. We love contrasting classic leather jackets with bold prints, offsetting a silky silk jumpsuit with a white tee, or opting for a classic floaty wide-leg suit with a tough denim jacket and trainers. 

Heading from your desk to drinks? Opt for a shoulder-baring style, swap your trainers for open-toe boots and add a clutch. Jumpsuits really are a wardrobe hero so why save yours for the summer months? 

Want to get the look? Shop our edit below…  

IMAGE CREDITS: Pinterest

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
Lina Psaila
linapsaila added a look via the mobile app

There's just something about the elegance, not to mention the comfort factor of a leather moccasin or a well-turned-out loafer. The ‘70s resurgence, with its voluminous silhouettes, floral prints and maximalism calls for a solid shoe to tie a look together and we’ve found our match. Now, with bold spring colours like blush pink and forest green dominating the streets, new silhouettes are appearing too, including heeled versions with embellishments like buckles, feathers and patterns. 


How to wear moccasins?

Dress them down with a pair of tight fitted jeans, a white crisp shirt and a check blazer for an understated yet smart day look. Add a cute trench and an oversized bag for effortless cool. 

Kick back in a woven pair and team with a floor-skimming spring-ready dress. Add oversized jewellery for interest and finish the look off with a ‘70s saddle bag. 

Update your business wardrobe by sporting your fave moccasins with a pair of sleek trousers, a blazer and a pussy bow blouse. Briefcase optional. 

Have a look at our gallery for more inspo and buy your favourite styles from our exclusive edit below…

IMAGE CREDIT: Instagram

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
Morgan Blanks
morganblanks added a look via the mobile app
morganblanks

At Dolce and Gabbana’s Alta Moda Fashion Show at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, they presented 100 looks all dedicated to the state itself and the US. Each look was unique and striking and, as seen in the image above, they even included prints of New York city. #fashionshow #newyork #dolce&gabbana Credit: fashion_week

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
Marianna Nagy
Woooow 😍
corina bello
mcorik17 added a look via the mobile app
mcorik17

The floral prints begin to have a significant role in the streets. They do it through dresses, skirts and flashy trousers also because of their colour. Purple, green and yellow appears to be the most popular this season.Credits: Pinterest

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
Federica Caiazzo
federicacaiazzo added a look via the mobile app
federicacaiazzo

How to wear floral this season? With statement shoes, of course! Floral prints and colorful accessories pave the path to a joyful Summer! #skirt #boots #floral

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
Oriane Pierrès
orianepierres added a look via the mobile app

From your dad’s closet to Bella Hadid, oversize jacket made a comeback during the past Fashion Week and it’s getting harder to ignore the trend. 


To be trendy now, nothing is better than an XXL jacket. Some head straight to the male department for a confident masculine and oversized style. You just need the right model, roll up the sleeves a little and voilà! 

We choose it with check prints, in a light grey or beige shade… avoid black, too massive. It also works with a trench coat, a coat… And we balance the silhouette with a close-fitting jean or a short skirt, if we want to play it sage. 

Discover our edit and shop yours!

Photo Credit: Pinterest 

Follow us on Instagram HERE for bite size style inspo!

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
M.J Ortega
moxbeauty added a look via the mobile app
moxbeauty

This is a quite interesting mix of prints, having that much boldness in the dress you would that she will pair it with both a black bag and eyes,  But instead, she goes with a leopard print in the bag, making the outfit even more fun and out there.  Photo Credit: @manrepeller on twitter #fashion #look #outfit #trend 

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
Alya Barutoğlu
alyabarutoglu added a look via the mobile app
alyabarutoglu

Animal prints are truly under the spotlight for Autumn Winter 2018. If you’re looking for something new and fresh. Something other than leopard prints… Than zebra prints will be your favourite. If you even want to go one step further, forget the same ol’ black and white pattern and go for the newest neon and bold coloured versions of the zebra print! #animal #print #pattern #zebra #trend #fashion #style

Drag Photos here Drop Photo
Press Enter to post.
×
Delete post?
See More Loading...