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This is not a drill: new Mansur Gavriel styles have just landed on Mytheresa.com fresh off the runway. ‘See it, love it, buy it’ is usually how it goes with the New York based brand’s It bags and shoes but, as this is the first time their ready-to-wear will be stocked as well, we expect this drop to sell out pronto. There’s no doubt about it anymore, MG is taking over your wardrobe one colourfully minimal piece at a time, and has captured the hearts and wardrobes of stylish women worldwide. From a colour-blocked bucket bag to a full- blown offering of essential knitwear, boardroom-to-bar dresses and more, the now-cult brand’s clean and sophisticated aesthetic stays the same. Everything’s free from surface embellishment, bar their discrete logo, so the impeccable materials and craftsmanship can be admired in all their glory.  


We can’t think of a better way to sample 2018’s sweet pastel trend than with Mansur Gavriel’s chic lemon, candy floss pink and lavender basics. Think smooth silk shirts and tops and you definitely won’t be missed in an elegantly sheer layered midi dress, which comes in traffic-stopping red as well as this delicious pink. And why buy another iconic leather bucket alone, available here in new colourways and sizes, when you could broaden your collection with a tote, circle crossbody or even a roomy travel bag in classic and contemporary tones. Let the array of suede, shearling lined, and heeled boots put the spring in your step and you’ll be itching to show off your pedicure in the open-toed mules and sandals as soon as the weather permits. 

Check out the collection highlights in the gallery above then shop your favourite styles in the exciting edit below. 

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Cette Fashion Week londonienne n'a pas été tout à fait comme les autres : après 17 ans chez Burberry, Christopher Bailey a tiré sa révérence ce dimanche, 18 février, dans un show aussi attendu que réussi. 


Celui qui a réveillé le géant britannique pour en faire l'un des plus grands noms du luxe a tenu à faire de ce rendez-vous une “célébration du passé, du présent et du futur de la maison”. On retrouve tous les codes Burberry, comme le trench et le tartan, mais aussi la patte du créateur. On pense notamment à l'imprimé arc-en-ciel, symbole de son engagement auprès de la communauté LGBT. 

C'est d'ailleurs en cape arc-en-ciel, doublée de tartan, que Cara Delevingne fermait le défile, au son de l'hymne eighties "Don’t leave me this way". Petit clin d'oeil à une page qui se tourne, mais sans nostalgie. 

En attendant les pièces du défilé, découvrez notre sélection Burberry et shoppez vos favoris. 

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With London Fashion Week well underway, take your cues from the streetstyle set as you shop this week’s incredible deals. Nasty Gal, IKRUSH and AX Paris are offering discounts on everything, not just the sale, and you can shop Misspap’s newest styles for a quarter off. Trend boxes you can tick are anything red or mustard, check tailoring, statement shoes, and a floral dress wouldn’t hurt for an wedding or Spring event you’ve got coming up. Head to Lookfantastic to re-stock your bathroom shelf or pick up some new beauty products to try. 


Scroll through the deals and shop our edit of the best pieces for less this week below.

ENDING TOMORROW 
Nasty Gal: 20% off everything + free delivery. Code: SOCRE20. 
IKRUSH: 20% off everything. Code: TREAT20. 
AX Paris: 10% off everything. Code: 10ALL. 
Misspap: 25% off new in. Code: NEW25. 
Boohoo.com: 25% off going out. Code: LOVE. 

ENDING WEDNESDAY 
Zalando: Up to 40% off trainers. 
Topshop: Free worldwide delivery.  

ENDING FRIDAY 
The Hut: 20% off coats & boots. Code: RAIN20. 
Lookfantastic: 15% off. Code: FIRST. 
IKRUSH: 50% off boots. 

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It isn't just the fashion I'm transfixed by this fashion week but the make up looks too. Fatima Thomas was the lead make up artist for this season's Chromat show in New York. She was bold with colour. Blues were blended with no set rules and fuchsias and oranges merged on lips. This is a lot of fun and definitely a trend we can play with ourselves. Image: Elle.com

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The fanny pack conquer the fashion world, and we can not deny, it is quite practical! In this recent fashion week in New York, we were able to capture a strong trend in portfolios for the coming season: the fanny packs.Look at my gallery for more inspiration. Credits: Pinterest

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This season the jewelry edit and the earring selection, in particular, has never been more exciting. Designers are offering a wide range of wondrous creations: from revamping everyday objects into masterful treasures, adding glitz and glam on party girl earrings, or even infusing mysticism in vintage looking majestic pieces. This season Céline, Stella McCartney and Michael Kors were only a few of the designers who presented a series of showstoppers. 


The main styles that dominated the catwalks were ear cuffs that have successfully made the transition from a basic punk accessory to a jewellery classic as seen at Mulberry, Oscar de la Renta, and Saint-Laurent. Chandelier earrings were another great trend of the season, especially at Céline. The great news is that a statement earring can transform both a cocktail dress and a casual jeans and T-shirt combo. 

The largest trend amongst designers were golden hoops in a vast array of colours, designs and embellishments especially at Alexander McQueen, Fendi and Michael Kors. The most impressive trend though was undoubtedly the mismatched route. Picking and mixing a silver hoop with a chunky gold number was especially popular at Marc Jacobs and Maison Margiela. The best thing is that you don't have to pay the hefty price tag to nail this look as any type of earring goes!

Have a look below at our exclusive edit of the earrings you need to own this season!

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This week’s edition is a New York Fashion Week special as we spotted the must-buy Simon Miller lunchbag we’ve been admiring on Instagram for a little while on the street. Unlike the now-ubiquitous Bonsai style, a cylindrical bucket bag with ring handles, the rolled brown bag that nostalgically inspired the bag’s shape is definitely more of an American thing (we had Tupperware for our packed lunches). And it’s has been chicly remade in supple and sometimes textured leather with a hidden magnetic closure. The danger with soon-to-be cult styles is that they get too popular and overexposed, but we have a feeling this understated lunchbag will only be spotted on certain women, sell out but stay just under the radar. Like Celine largely does.  


These day-to-night clutches come in a whole host of colours and sizes and as the bags are so simple, they go with everything. Net-a-porter’s Lisa Aiken, who’s always among the first to tout the newest ‘It’ bags, carried a red one to clash with her check suit. And Brie Welch was also photographed outside the shows with a small white one to hold all her essentials. Never mind the fact that you can’t carry too much in it, even if you go for a bigger size, as you’ll be able to give your shoulders and back a rest. When you finally get your hands on one, we’d recommend a manicure to match. 

Shop your favourite colour(s) in our Simon Miller lunchbag edit below.

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One of the biggest trends that emerged from NYFW was tweed. Tweed is rough, naturally waterproof and woollen perfect for that country house attire. But it's much more than traditional countryside style staples, it has evolved into an item of everyday attire. Blended with long paisley dresses or chunky knits, tweed is your go-to item that combines British heritage and modern flair.The Harris Tweed coat by Adam Lippes referencing Scotland is having a major moment. 


He crafted a series of beautiful grey tweed finished with an overlay of lace. It was tweed in general that made its way across New York Fashion Week. Alexander Wang utilised a blush pink teddy bear material. Raf Simons at  Calvin Klein focused on oversized dreary old man tweed coats worn over floor-skimming dresses.


The Olsen twins referenced a school-girl look cut in long pleated skirts and matching long jackets. Tweed is not meant solely for the Autumn/ Winter period. 


The tweed jacket is the perfect transitional piece for Spring. The season that bridges the gap between two temperatures presents some sartorial challenges especially when it comes to outerwear. 


Pair your tweed jacket with equally adept to traditional weather clothing such as a leather skirt, leather boots, or a cardigan knit. Wear your tweed coat with a long flowy dress and a pair of boots. The breathable material allows you to stay as warm or breezy as you like according to the weather's tantrums. 


Finally, sport your tweed trousers with a cropped top and a leather jacket to keep the warm/ chilly equilibrium to the desired status. Are you ready to incorporate tweed into your everyday attire? 


Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 


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You've seen them on Kaia Gerber, the Hadid sisters can't get enough. It’s the ultimate winter staple and comeback item from the 90’s the era of grunge and tea dresses. It’s the easy way to toughen up any girly outfit and infuse it with some much-needed edge. Even before the Chicago grunge era of Nirvana and Courtney Love combat boots such as Dr. Martens, were causing head waves across the country with the punk rock of movement in all its vinyl, PVC and fishnet glory.


For 2018, the vibe is muted and nuanced. Although we may see lots of touches from the previously mentioned punk trends, the styling now has an amazing way of looking elegant and put together though maintaining that tough, rocker edge. 

Combat boots are also surprisingly complimentary to all shapes and sizes. They come with that tiny rubber heel that gives a few cheeky inches to a petite figure. Also, it has a very clever slimming effect. The chunkiness of the boot actually juxtaposes to the calf and elongates the leg as a result. Nothing wrong with that! 

Go for a full 90's resurgence look by sporting your combat boots with a frilly tea dress, minimal make-up and a knit cardigan. 

Try a student look and style your boots with a pair of denim shorts, a trench coat and a cool red beret. 

Opt for an 80's look by adding a LBD and fishnets. 

For an up-to-date take on the trend, mix a slip dress under an oversized knit and finish the look with a pair of white Dr. Martens. 

Have a look at our gallery for more inspiration and shop all of you essentials from the list below! 

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Une petite virée à Londres. c'est toujours une bonne idée. À seulement quelques heures de Paris, la capitale britannique ne manque pas d'arguments pour nous séduire. Alors pendant la Fashion Week, c'est encore mieux ! 


Depuis ce matin, tous les modeux de la planète se sont donné rendez-vous à Londres. Mannequins, influenceurs, éditrices ou photographes, voici où les croiser entre deux défilés : 

Chiltern Firehourse : 

Rendez-vous incontournable de la hype londonienne, le Chiltern Firehouse est l'un des spots préférés des Vogue Girls pour un drink ou un petit dîner. Installé dans une ancienne caserne de pompiers, l'hôtel appartient au même groupe que le Château Marmont, à Lons Angeles, dans une version 100% British. La grande terrasse couverte au rez-de-chaussée est the place to be. 

Dover Streer Market : 

Le Concept Store le plus cool de Londres dispense toute presentation. Mélangeant grands noms du luxe et designer emergents, le Dover Street Market est un passage obligé pour tout fashionista digne de ce nom. Allez-y rien que pour regarder et vous poser prendre un thé chez Rose Bakery. 

Petersham Nurseries : 

À quelques minutes du British Fashion Council, là où se déroulent la plupart des défilés, Petersham Nurseries est un petit oasis en plein coeur de Covent Garden. Version mini de l'original à Richmont, à quelques heures de Londres, l'adresse est un mix de bar, delicatessen, cave et fleuriste. Le point de repli parfait entre deux défilés. 

The Ned : 

Bien plus qu'un hôtel, The Ned réunit un seul endroit pas moins de 9 restaurants et bars, un spa, un club privé et bien plus encore. Somptueux et branché à la fois, c'est l'endroit parfait pour un drink ou une manucure, selon votre humeur. 

The Curtain : 

Pour faire un peu la fete, cap sur the très select The Curtain, dans le quartier branché de Shoredich. Niché en haut de l'hotel du même nom, le club est connu pour ses soirées aussi glamour qu'animées. 

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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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Although last season designers were trading the New York catwalks for British and Parisian shows, this year it seems that London has followed New York's example. Most notably, Topshop abandoned the runway for its traditional Unique show while Emporio Armani and  Tommy Hilfiger also forewent the shows as they were a big departure from London's experimental design team. However, LFW is all about fresh designers, innovative thinking unexpected garments, and bold statements. 


THE NEWCOMERS 

AV Robertson who designed for Marc Jacobs and Presented at Fashion East is one of the emerging designers to watch. Matty Bovan is a press favourite already as she made the cut of The Kids Are Alright in British Vogue's January issue. After earning the Emerging Womenswear Designer award at the Fashion Awards in September, Michael Halpern is constructing an ambitious production and a much-anticipated collection. 

THE VETS 

We'll witness the departure of Christopher Bailey from Burberry on Saturday after 17 years with the House. Johny Coca from Mulberry will be back on the London stage after a small detour to Paris in September, while Delpozo is bringing ball gowns to London in the place of Ralph & Russo. We're really excited to see JW Anderson whose missed the usual Men's show but is putting on his first co-ed collection. 

THE REGULARS 

Even though we may be missing a few names from the list, we can still count on Roksanda, Erdem and Christopher Kane to impress at LFW. Newcomer Michael Halpern will throw a soiree with Brows while Gareth Pugh is hosting a decadent party of his own. Sunday is all about Edward Enninful's British Vogue BAFTA party that will follow after the ceremony.Ready for a taste of London Fashion Week? Scroll down below and shop everything British! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE.com, CNN.

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