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No matter who you are, no matter your style, tartan will always be on-trend. Whether rocked as part of a heritage-influenced line-up, a punk-inspired look a lá Alexander McQueen or Vivienne Westwood, or used to channel directional statement vibes in a head-to-toe ensemble, tartan is synonymous with cool.  


Back with a bang for AW18 the high street is awash with tartan. Now, usually we’d suggest there are a few rules to really rocking a trend well but in this case, we’re throwing caution to the wind.   

Tartan really goes with anything, even more tartan. The beauty of this wonderfully clashy fabric is that whether you style it out with a simple understated scarf or a full co-ord and coat ensemble, you’re guaranteed to look like you know what you’re doing.   

2018 is truly the year of the check and believe us when we say we’re loving it. We’ve picked out a few our favourite tartan pieces to suit every budget from the likes of New Look and Topshop to high-end picks from Moda Operandi.   

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So, you’ve got the ready-to-wear trends down for the new season – now it’s time to brush up on the best beauty looks from the FW18 runways. Here’s what was hot and how to rock it this season...


Electric eyes 

Neon hues are huge this fall, but it wasn’t just the clothes that were bright on the FW runways. The models at Prada and Marni wore electric eyeshadow, while at Dries Van Noten neon lashes reigned. Try accenting your usual black liner with a bold color in the inner corner of your eyes, or give your lashes a swipe of blue mascara.

Brushed brows

Another season, another brow trend. This time, make up artists kept them natural and feathery. All you need to nail the trend is a tinted brow gel –  or keep it clear if you’re blessed with full brows – and softly brush the hair upwards.

Retro lashes

Valentino and Givenchy embraced ‘60s-inspired beauty, coating models’ eyelashes in plenty of mascara for a retro feel. The trick to keeping this trend modern is to leave the rest of your face as natural as possible – think dewy skin and a just a dab of lip balm.

Punk liner

The runways were awash with rebellious clothes, and there was plenty of make up to match. Max Mara opted for a glam-punk look, with Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber sporting dramatic smoky eyes in the show. Don’t worry about getting it perfect – the smudgier, the better.

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London is known for being the most experimental of all of the Fashion Week cities – with so many up-and-coming designers on the schedule, there’s always a collection to suit every style. Now that autumn is upon us, we’ve rounded up the top trends we spotted at LFW that you’re about to see everywhere...  


Corduroy   

Meet the most unexpected trend of the season: Roland Mouret, Erdem and Emilia Wickstead gave corduroy a whole new look with pretty shades and feminine silhouettes – try a midi skirt or flared trousers to take it into the evening. 

Sequins   

Sequinned pieces for party season may not sound groundbreaking, but the LFW runways were awash with shimmering designs. Look to Temperley London, Halpern and Toga for inspiration, and try an ‘80s-inspired shape to tick off two trends in one.   

Tartan

Checks were all over the AW18 runways, but London’s had a punk feel to them. Simone Rocha and House of Holland both showed head-to-toe tartan looks, and we predict you’re about to see a whole lot more of them on your favourite influencers.   

Rainbow stripes   

Christopher Bailey’s final collection for Burberry was a tribute to PRIDE, but it wasn’t the only show that was dominated by rainbow hues – Ashish and Osman also presented bold multicolored pieces, from striped trousers to embellished dresses.   

Blanket coats

Perhaps the most practical trend for autumn, blanket dressing was a key theme throughout the London shows. From Rokanda’s checked wraps to Delpozo’s furry asymmetric styles, these cosy cover-ups will be the coolest way to stay warm this winter.   

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It’s boot season and the options are endless. Do you go for a tall western style as seen at NYFW? Or perhaps a classic Chelsea boot with punk-inspired stud detailing?   


Whether you opt for black, tan or something statement in a rich hue or on-trend animal print, nailing your autumn footwear line-up is something you’ll want to attend to stat, before all the new-season styles sell out.   

We’ve compiled the ultimate list of AW styles to see you from desk to dark and into the weekend, whatever your budget.  

Shop the edit below and update your wardrobe for the new season now…    

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Now that September's here and New York Fashion Week has graced us once again, it’s time to reflect on the trends we saw on the runways and get excited about wearing them in real life. Here’s our round-up of the top ten trends we loved at NYFW and the ones you'll be seeing everywhere...  


Animal print  

Already spotted on our favorite street style stars, animal prints ruled the New York runways. Tom Ford’s came in every shape and color you could imagine, but classic leopard patterns still dominate – see Victoria Beckham’s timeless coats.  

Western boots

From slouchy over-the-knee shapes to classic cowboy styles, plenty of Western boots were worn on the runway this season. Whichever you choose, show them off with cropped denim or maximalist dresses.  

Checks  

They may be nothing new, but checks are about to have a major moment. Michael Kors and Calvin Klein 205W39NYC both showed punk-inspired tartan coats – we’ll be wearing them with denim and chunky boots.   

Logomania

Logo prints have ruled the street style circuit for several seasons now, and they’re not going anywhere – Alexander Wang’s embellished tracksuits and Tom Ford’s sequined sweatshirts are proof if proof were ever needed.   

Neon 

Already championed by Kim Kardashian, neon brights popped up everywhere. We loved Calvin Klein’s industrial-style jackets and Tibi’s fluorescent sweaters teamed with low-key camel tailoring.    

‘70s brown 

Coach and Self-Portrait both showed plenty of ‘70s-inspired brown hues, proving the trend has serious staying power. Try a belted coat or midi dress for a timeless feel.   

Colorful suiting

Navy and black will no longer do – suits this season came in every color possible. From candy pinks to pastel blues, any shade goes as long as you’re wearing it from head to toe.   

‘80s maximalism

Tom Ford proved the ‘80s are here to stay for another season with purple leopard-print leggings, sequins and shoulder pads.    

Modern sports 

Sportswear is now a staple on the runway, and this season it came in sleek silhouettes with industrial details – think quilted nylon midi skirts and oversized drawstring pants.   

The new utility 

Military-inspired pieces make their way onto the catwalk every fall, and with good reason: a classic double-breasted coat or khaki jacket will never go out of style.   

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Maximalism is set to be big this autumn and whether you’re revamping your wardrobe, your accessories line-up or your home, the eclectic trend is here to stay.  


Now when it comes to interior design nailing the maximalist trend can be tricky and there are a few rules to follow if you want to get it right. Basically, it all comes down to clashing prints…  

Power of three

When you’re clashing prints to create an eclectic, maximalist feel in your space, be sure to pick out no more than three strong prints. Whether you use these sparingly or cover an entire wall, be sure to limit your choice to two or three designs to keep things looking chic and considered rather than messy and out of control.   

Colour code

Picking out prints from the same colour family – like neutrals, pinks or monochrome – can really help to bring a space to life and character while still sticking to your chosen theme. Try an autumnal palette for the new season or channel 2018’s punk-inspired vibes with clashing animal prints.   

Accent and accessorise   

Rather than adorning every surface in your home with print, carefully select smaller statement print pieces to make the most of them. Opting for accent pieces and cool accessories will mean you can not only mix and match but this also gives you the option to tone your maximalist interior up or down depending on your mood.   

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Chains… I’m prepping you for fall 2018 fashion. The upcoming trend of Fall and Winter is chain. Chain belts, chain necklaces, chain details. Punk rock style is back on track. #chains #fashion #streetstyle #style #trend #fall #winter

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This summer is all about the humble polka dot – the classic trend is having a moment and we’re not mad about it. 


Polka dots ruled last season’s shows with the likes of Jacquemus, Louis Vuitton and Givenchy showcasing dotty pieces in Paris. We saw beautiful ruffled tops, silk dresses and A-line skirts adorned with spots and now, the polka dot trend is still going strong with Balenciaga, Self-Portrait, Mary Katrantzou, Dior and Giorgio Armani rocking them for SS18.

Street style favourites like Farfetch’s Yasmin Sewell and blogger Camille Charrière have taken to stepping out in dots and we’ve taken a few style tips from them on how to wear the trend this season…

For after dark 

Follow Rodarte’s lead for spring and opt for dainty polka dots on fluffy tulle gowns. Soften prints and patterns with swooping silhouettes, sweetheart-neck dresses and soft fabrics in classic black and white. Just add stilettos and gold-toned accessories.

Get shirty

Pair a slip-style dotty dress with a fresh white shirt for an office-ready look. Opt for a ruffled Victoriana style or mix it up with a menswear-style piece or off-shoulder design. Add cool mules and a smart tote to finish the look.

Maximalism

Channel Jason Wu vibes by going for asymmetric silhouettes, ruffled styles, wrap-fronts and cold shoulders. Clashing spots and bright colors are great for elevating your look too. Polka dots don’t always have to be black and white. 

Go oversized

Opt for XXL spots with a punk-rock twist á la Junya Watanabe and dial your dress down with a pair of cool sneakers, a basket bag and a stack of cool bangles.

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If you’re not planning on heading to the cinema this weekend, we’ve got two words that’ll change your mind: Alexander McQueen.


The new documentary charting the life and work of the late designer hit cinemas this month, much to the excitement of fashion fans across the UK. 

Produced and directed by Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui, the film includes never-before-seen footage and audio shot and collected throughout McQueen’s staggering career.

Fans of the designer’s deeply creative and inspired collections will love the behind-the-scenes moments that hone in on his deeply personal art. 

A journey through the mind of Lee McQueen, as well as a revisiting of some of his most iconic professional moments, the documentary uncovers a little of the mystery and mystique surrounding the man.

Since his death almost 10 years ago, the fashion world has celebrated Alexander McQueen’s genius, his punk sense of humour and his decadent designs.

Browse our edit of the best of Alexander McQueen below and if you don’t have plans this weekend, book those cinema tickets…  

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Pearls have always been a mainstay of chic women. Made famous by Coco Chanel herself, the simple, monochrome touch that a well-placed pearl necklace achieves is timeless.


Pearls are great for playing it safe so until now, they’ve been associated with twin sets and tea dresses than fashion-forward models and bloggers.

Things have changed… pearls are back in business and the bigger the better. We’re seeing pearl accessories everywhere, from the runway to our favourite fashion blogs with minimalist twists and punk accents galore. 

Want to pull off pearls like a cool girl? Take a look at our round-up of the best pearly pieces to invest in for a twist on a fashion classic…. 


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On the first Monday of every May we eagerly await the red-carpet glam squad who’ll assemble at the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The annual costume gala is only a few days away and we're buzzing with anticipation. 


This year the Gala will be co-hosted by Amal Clooney, Donatella Versace and the undisputed queen of red carpet events, Rihanna – we’re still not over the train on the mustard Guo Pei gown she sported in 2015. The theme for the 70th anniversary of fashion's biggest fund-raising event is Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination; a pretty controversial subject in comparison to past themes. 

China: Through the Looking Glass, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, Punk: Chaos to Couture and of course, last year's Rei Kawkubo: Comme des Garçons were among the iconic themes of Galas past. This time, Fashion and the Catholic Imagination will focus on religious depictions showcased across three galleries including the Met Cloisters. 

The exhibition will feature 50 pieces from the Sistine Chapel – including robes, rings, tiaras and other accessories from the 18th to the early 21st century. As for fashion, guests will be treated to a viewing of 150 religiously-inspired ensembles from houses like Balenciaga, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and of course Versace. 

Care to jump on the bandwagon and dress to fit the theme yourself? Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop the best accessory styles from our edit below… 

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As much as we hate to admit the early 00's era of Paris Hilton in pink Juicy track suits, double denim x2 Justin and Britney, Christina Aguilera's dirty braided locks, oversized hoops and motorcross gear loving songstress Pink are all trending for 2017. Even though some of those trends especially worn in the early 00's period make us cringe slightly, incorporating a few items here with a 2017  approach will work wonders for your wardrobe this season!


Read on for the latest throwback staples of the season! 

1. Velour Track Suit Ensemble 

Before the rise of athleisure the velour tracksuit was a no-fail staple. Combined with an oversized bag, a Starbucks venti Latte and a miniature dog it was the celebrity uniform adorned by most starlets of the time. Many years after it's inevitable demise the velour tracksuit is having a come back. Vetement's collaboration with Juicy Couture for SS17 should have given us a hint. Kanye's YEEZY and Chloe are also adding this naughts staple into their collections. You can probably thank or cringe at Rihanna and Kylie Jenner for putting it back on the Insta Fash pack radar. 

2. Trucker Cap 

In the heyday of paparazzi and celebrity culture which was the early naughts they had to be accompanied by some much needed streetwear and paparazzi-proof attire. Black sunnies have always been favourable but headgear is also quite integral. For the early 00's that attire included the trucker cap. The ubiquitous accessory for every 20-something celebrity from Pharrell to Ashton Kutcher or Britney Spears. It was Hedi Slimane who resurfaced the the polarizing accessory for Saint Lauren's SS16 show. Nowadays, Gigi Hadid and Kylie and Kendall Jenner have all been spotted with the infamous cap.#2e2e2e"> 

3. Hot Pink 

As fashion recycles every 20 years the early naughts adopted the early 80's trend of pastel pink. When it came to the early naughts Paris Hilton not only brought the flirty colour back but basically built her brand by sporting bold non apologetic fuchia-pink. Around the same time that Legally Blonde premiered by the way. And even though we have been drowning in pastel pink for the past few seasons you can attribute the rise of bold pink to Ballenciaga's SS17 collection. Just wondering when Paris Hilton's come back is due? 

4. Motorcross Gear 

The rise of early aughties hip-hop is undeniable and it quickly infused the fashion runways too. From Pharell Williams, to Pink, EVE, or Christina Aguilera's Dirrty video and most rappers of the time donning heavy leather tracksuits and jackets usually styled with braided hair and lots of 'bling' or 'bling-bling' if you're truly old - school. Nowadays, labels like Maison Margiela, Alyx Studio, Supreme and of course Rihanna's Fenty x Puma SS18 collection at NYFW are completely in racing-inspired gear mode. 

5. Candy Coloured Sunglasses 

Colorful sunglasses were everywhere in early 00's and adored by women and men equally. From Sisqo to Justin Timberlake Eve and the Olsen Twins (they've gone a long way we know), all 00's stars were sporting this trend. Nowadays you'll find the likes of Gigi Hadid and her entourage in similar rose coloured glasses. 


6. Oversized Hoops 

The oversized hoops are a symbol of RnB and Hip Hop music. From Lauren Hill, to Missy Elliot, and EVE it's the accessory that goes hand in hand with a bandana, baseball cap or sleek back pony tail. In the aughts the trend went more mainstream and was adored by many including Victoria Beckham.These days, you can see anyone from Kendall Jenner, to the Hadid sisters or Rihanna rocking those giant gold hoops from designers like Area or minimal ones from Lombardi and Nandi Naya. 

7. Fishnets 

We're not saying you should go full-on Avril Lavigne and "Hollaback Girl"-era Gwen Stefani, necessarily, but there's definitely something about this pop version of post punk fashion that us bubbling back up all over social media. Usually worn underneath low rise wide legged ripped jeans and peaking from the waist and calves. And of course, the fishnet top is a great way to add some interest under a slip dress—or just over a bandeau bra, for a fun flirty look.

8. Pointy slingback pumps 

You can pinpoint this trend to the late 90's who resurfaced the super pointy kitten heel. It was in the early 00's though that the silhouette became more relaxed and transformed into a more elegant and feminine slingback pump with a mid-height lift. Doesn't Sophia Coppola's outfit look truly timeless? 

There you have it! The eight 00's trends that are coming back in a major way. Which ones will you be sporting this season? Check out our exclusive edit of all the items that will give you that extra aughts edge!

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