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Alya Barutoğlu
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Something was standing out in New York Fashion Week! Not the shoes nor the bags… It was the nails! Designers sent down crazy graphic nails down the runway and the trend for 2018 in manicure has been set. We’re going all crazy with our nails. Sequins, nail art, 3-D nails… Anything you can imagine and even more surreal. Matching the glitz and glamour of the eighties, graphic nails will be major this year! #graphic #nails #nailart #manicure #mani #trend #beauty #NewYork #newyorkfashionweek #fashionweek

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Lina Psaila
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The kick-off at Milan Fashion week was definitely eye-grabbing. Hailed as one of the most anticipated shows at Milan Fashion Week, Gucci had the attendees wondering from the first moment of contact. The invite was an orange timer sealed inside a plastic bag with digital numbers counting down to the time and date of the show. On the front of the timer, a sticker said: "Parental Advisory, Explicit Content."


The show was presented at the brand's Milan Hub and was transformed into a surgeon's room complete with PLC flooring, dark LED lamps and icy cold hospital rooms creating a spooky atmosphere. According to the designer Alessandro Michele, the inspiration was an essay written by Donna Haraway ion  1984 "A Cyborg Manifesto" featuring the distinctions between human, animals and machines. 

The end result was a paraphernalia of hybrids, dualism and a fine line between man and animal male and female. Some models carried frightening replicas of their own heads or eerie animals such as a snake, a chameleon or a baby dragon.

The FROW at Gucci which was made into a hospital waiting room seated the likes of Nick Cave, Susie Bick and their son Earl Cave. Seated next to them were the stars of The End of the F***ung World Jessica Barden and Alex Lawther, Donatella Versace, Chloe Sevigny, Rowan Blanchard, Edward Enninful and Anna Wintour. The collection featured many of the House's signatures such as rich embroidery, sequins, feathers and detailed tailoring. 

The accessories such as headscarves were printed with horses while bags were printed with tigers. Others were inspired by Asian architecture including a pagoda-looking hat. Overall a fine mesh of Michelle's unique approach to abundant maximalism. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration, and shop like a maximalist from our expert edit below!

IMAGE CREDITS: Vogue.com

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corina bello
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Because I am a lover of sequins in all its forms, I leave you ten pieces of inspiration to achieve a look with style! Look at my gallery for more inspiration. Credits: Pinterest

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M.J Ortega
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this boho chic runway look on Gaia Gerber it's so good! the mix between the black sequins with the colourful blouse creates such a cool outfit. And the purple smokey eye with the big messy is what 70's dreams are made off. Photo Credit: @wwd on Twitter. #fashion #look #nyfw #boho

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Felicia Pennant
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We’re just as excited to discover the runaway and  streetstyle trends when Fashion Month rolls around and New York Fashion Week AW18 hasn’t disappointed so far. We spotted inspired ways to style boxy tailoring, daytime sequins, plastic raincoats, look-at-me colour and more so far from Susie Bubble, Camille Charriere et al, but we’re most taken with how ubiquitous a belted waist is. Almost, if not, every day we’ve spied a belted coat (trenches are trending), or a statement strap pulling an otherwise ordinary outfit together with polish. And if you thought we’d reach peak belt bag, think again. Only sporty bum bags have been replaced with ladylike purses. 


The best thing about this easy streetstyle trick is that you probably have a belt or belt bag in your wardrobe already that you can use. Don’t be afraid to clash tones and textures, the more unexpected the better to really get in on the action; and a corset belt will give your outerwear a dramatic new dimension. Let your belt bag whittle your waist, rather than buckling it on the hip or over one shoulder, as you’ll leave your hands free and create the illusion of an hourglass figure. That's flattering on everyone. 

Shop our edits of the best belts, belt bags and belted coats below so you can trial the trend now.  

Image credit: Fashionista.com.

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Annie Walton Doyle
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corina bello
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We go back to the past with Tom Ford, back to the most scandalous era the 90's: animal print, the sequins, and the garish colours. You can expect in this collection minidresses, tight overalls and shiny leggings that are bold and insultingly sexy. Look at my gallery for more inspiration. Credits: Pinterest

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Morgan Blanks
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This look is for the Spring Fashion Issue of British Vogue. Who doesn't love sequins? #sequins #fashionlooks #britishvogue Credit: Instagram

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I think a sequin gown it's so incredibly elegant. Any sparkly touch in a dress makes them look luxe and captivating. Every time I see a piece like this, my mind goes to old Hollywood parties, bubbly champagne and kiss and tell moments. Are you a fan of sequins too? Photo Credits: @voguerunway on Twitter #fashion #dress #sequins #vogue

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Felicia Pennant
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Flicking through The Sunday Times with brunch is one of our favourite weekend rituals and it’s also how we discovered the incredibly well-dressed Jane McFarland. For the uninitiated, she is Fashion Director at the newspaper and The Sunday Times Style magazine; but much more importantly the latter’s Wardrobe Mistress, taking over from another ultra-stylish blonde Pandora Sykes. Every week she answers readers’ wardrobe woes in an unmissable feature illustrated by stunning shots of McFarland putting aforementioned pieces and trends through their paces. Only on instagram do you get a full reflection on her impeccable personal taste, which is a masterclass in modern minimalism tempered by intriguing accessories and jewellery. Think cosy but clean coats and knits, streamlining suits and trousers and lux loafers; while her takes on the #evachenpose are reoccurring lift selfies holding beautiful flower bouquets. 


What McFarland’s feed is is a breath of fresh air in our Gucci-powered era of maximalism. Rather than steering clear of pattern and sequins, she’s pretty restrained in the ways she wears them- even if she’s wearing it head-to-toe so there isn’t too much going on. Her editor’s eye comes into it’s own with her structured bags and unexpected earrings - Celine and Simon Miller make appearances - and to keep things extra interesting: she breaks up the outfit shots with pictures of art and cool pop culture references. She’s definitely one to watch as she’s experimental with fashion in her own understated way. 

We're excited to see what the fashion editor wears next, along with sneak peaks from her Wardrobe Mistress shoots. In the meantime, shop our edit below to recreate some of McFarland’s recent looks. 

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Felicia Pennant
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You’ll be wearing cycling shorts, head-to-toe lilac and indigo denim this year: mark our words.They were among the hottest trends seen on the Spring Summer 2018 catwalks and you can get one step ahead of the influencers and streetstyle stars by shopping and adopting them now. There are carryovers and upgrades from 2017 too, so don’t throw away last year’s ugly shoes just yet as they’ll stylishly subvert all the colour and glamour. 


This is part 1 of our 2018 trend guide and you’ll discover six need-to-know trends and expert edits below. Shop and learn! 

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Hattie Cotmore
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In light of the New Year I wanted to share a few of my favourite style crushes of 2017. They are in no particular order but the first - Megan Ellaby - is definitely up there as a long-standing fave. Manc gal Megan never fails to give me wardrobe envy. Megan makes clashing, bold patterns work. Colours and textures from velvet to heavy sequins are what Megan is all about. I would definitely recommend giving her blog and YouTube channel a go. Image credit: Instagram @meganellaby

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Isabelle Herring
I am obsessed with Megan's style at the moment!
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