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It's official, twinning is winning. The street style jury have spoken and whether you're rocking matching outfits with your bestie, a lá Cher Horowitz and Dionne Davenport or twinning with your significant other, the only way to look 'gram-ready is in matching line-ups. 


We've created an edit of the best mix and match pieces for him and for her, some sporty and androgynous, some vintage-inspired and some luxe and minimalist so you can take your brunch look, gym threads or your date night ensemble to the next level. 

Think matching colours, clashing prints, his and hers outerwear and simple silhouettes for cosy winter weekend afternoons. So layer up and get twinning because this trend is here to stay. 

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Whether you opt for '70s-inspired silk tassels or boho macramé, fringing is in and there's no denying it. Tipped to be a huge interiors trend for the coming seasons, this little detail pays homage to luxury vintage pads and cute beach houses alike.

The trick with fringe is not to overdo it. Artfully selecting a range of textured pieces can really boost a room's appeal and lend it a cool, eclectic edge but there are a few rules to follow. 

Firstly, stick to a simple palette. Ensure your fringed pieces work as accents to the room and avoid massive colour clashes. 

Secondly, less is more so opt for a fringed wall hanging, a few tactile fringed cushions or a textural rug but avoid going for all three in the same room. 

Lastly, stick to a single look in each room. Love pink silk fringe? Work it with simple marble, copper and deep navy velvet. Into rustic artwork in neutral tones? Use it to offset a darker wall colour and pair it with similar natural fabrics like linen. 

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Emily Beeson
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English heritage-inspired design is always on trend from autumn into winter. There’s just something cosy about wrapping up in front of an original fireplace surrounded by books and antiques.   


However, traditional interior design can sometimes look at little outdated so we looked to our panel of interiors experts for a few tips on how to put a contemporary twist on heritage style…   
Firstly, make use of modern colours. It’s easy to opt for the safe bet but of you’re planning on filling a room with antiques, a bright, tonal colour is a great way to offset them.   

Mixing vintage and modern fabrics and accessories is also a great way to embrace heritage style. Tweed, tartan and Regency-inspired prints look great next to modern velvets, stripes and animal prints.   

Lastly, a statement piece in a modern home can really help to channel classic appeal. Consider a chaise lounge, pintucked headboard or vintage sofas and rugs to bring the look together.   

Want to try the heritage look in your space? Transform your home with our edit of unique pieces below…    

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Il n'y a pas que la Fashion, il y a aussi le Design. London Design Week, Paris Design Week... Des grands rendez-vous de l'Art et du Design qui nous donnent des idées et une envie folle de booster aussi notre intérieur.


Bien sûr on ne peut pas forcément s'offrir LA lampe brutaliste exposée au Grand Palais, mais on peut s'en inspirer. Comme sur un défilé, les foires d'Art et de Design existent aussi pour nous faire rêver et amener un certain goût des belles choses à notre quotidien.

Des chaises vintage ou surprenantes, des tabourets décalés, des lampes 70's... il suffit parfois d'un objet pour donner du style et une touche arty à une déco autrement simple et sobre. 

Découvrez notre sélection de meubles et objets déco ultra design et jouez les galeristes chez vous !

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Emily Beeson
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It’s no secret that in the world of interiors maximalism is set to be huge for FW18 and well into the New Year. We’ve bid farewell to minimalist Scandi style and settled our sights firmly on a more eclectic, cozier set of trends for the seasons ahead.   


You can interpret the maximalist trend in plenty of ways but one of our favourite iterations of the trend has to be the luxe rock’n’roll look. Think dark and vibrant tones with flashes of color, print and texture thrown in.  

Animal prints, gallery walls, plush velvet and nods to your favourite artists are all encouraged as are hints of gold and silver to add depth against tonal black, grey and deep-blue walls.   

The perfect mix of glam styling and home comforts, try mixing and matching your artworks and accessories and always mix vintage with contemporary designs for a considered yet relaxed vibe.    

The maximalist home décor trend isn’t going anywhere so we’ve created an edit of the best pieces to help infuse your space with the spirit of rock’n’roll…   

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A playful mish-mash of vintage finds and ironic ‘bad taste’ objects, kitsch embraces bright colours and retro silhouettes. Certainly an acquired taste, when done right kitsch can be a real crowd pleaser. 


This eclectic trend is the definition of maximalism and is certainly not for the faint of heart.  
You can dial up the look as much as you like for maximum impact or simply dedicate a corner of your home. Whatever your choice, it’s worth bearing these three golden rules in mind…   

Mix and match  

This goes for everything – colours, styles, patterns and eras. Don’t be afraid to pepper a vintage sofa with bright modern cushions or mix up your artworks.   

Cluster objects  

Your kitschy items will be far more impactful when grouped together. This way, your ornaments, artworks and furniture will play off each other far better and work much harder.   

Be personal   

Pick out items that make you happy, represent you or evoke memories. The beauty of kitsch is that it’s a totally celebratory décor trend and the perfect opportunity to showcase your creative side.   

Want to try the trend in your home? Browse and shop the edit below for our team’s favourite kitsch-perfect pieces…  

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Your favourite movies and tv shows are now a trend! The common small talk “What’s your favourite movie, show, music group etc.” is now a street style must. Brands have taken icons and movies to create wonderful t-shirts and sweatshirts. This vintage trend is inspired by the seventies band t-shirts yet with a modern take. Pair them with your boyfriend jeans and zebra print boots to look like a street style icon! #poster #movie #tvshow #music #trend #fashion #streetstyle #nostalgic #bandtshirts #tshirts #sweatshirts

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Louisa Drake is a force to be reckoned with. A fitness expert, business founder and a serious source of lifestyle inspo, Louisa recently launched LDM, a fitness and lifestyle brand built on the principles of her own inclusive training method and her no-nonsense approach to health and wellness.   

We caught up with her to find out more about LDM, her motivations and of course, her style both in and out of the studio…   

So how does your method work? How can LDM sessions influence your lifestyle?  

At LDM we focus on body confidence and effective training techniques that educate clients on what their individual bodies need. My Method offers a host of fitness disciplines – cardio, conditioning, resistance and stretch – to keep the mind and body guessing and strengthen the muscles you use daily.   

Our whole approach is to encourage confidence, so the Fitzrovia and Muswell Hill studios are a welcoming space where our instructors will calmly guide you through a class, leaving you feeling rejuvenated and well worked, but never worked up and stressed.  

Who can take part in LDM classes?  

LDM classes are accessible to anyone, regardless of their experience, fitness level, shape or size. We have two boutique studios in London, where you can access small group classes and private training daily. We also have LDM online video subscriptions and range of fitness equipment and apparel for taking part at home.  

What inspired you to launch LDM – tell us about your journey...   

After a professional dance career I started to transition into teaching dance and fitness. I was known for my unique style and had several disciplines under my belt but I realised there was something lacking from the workouts I was doing as a client at other gyms and studios.  

I saw a gap for doing things my way and created LDM. After combining the best bits of popular disciples such as yoga, HIIT, Pilates to name just a few I created my signature total body workout that ticks all the boxes in one session – the Shape Changer, the perfect balance of cardio and conditioning material.   

Next month we celebrate our first birthday at our Fitzrovia studio which offers a range of LDM classes that are constantly being fine tuned to suit our clients’ needs.  

What does the word ‘wellness’ mean to you?  

Wellness really sums up being at your optimal best physically and mentally. For me it’s about finding the right balance – time to focus on my changing needs, to honour my own rhythms and have the energy to achieve everything I need.  

What motivates you to get out of bed in the morning?

My clients. Most mornings I’m either up early teaching group classes or I’m with a private client. The occasion I have a morning free, I’ll top up on sleep or schedule some time for myself on the mat.  

How important do you think physical health is to how happy and confident we feel?

Massively important. It should be the main reason you choose to work out and aesthetics are the bonus. The natural high we get from exercise is what keeps you committed.  

What about fashion and style – can what we wear make us happy?  

Absolutely, wearing something that helps you feel happy will be the reason your posture improves which will then be part of the reason your confidence improves and you carry yourself differently. You can express yourself through fashion and your own unique take on it. 

What are your feel-good outfits for work, the weekend and going out?  

I spend a lot of time in activewear and when I'm working out and training clients it’s all about supportive, feel-good fabrics. I select a sweat-wicking product that’s going to work hard for me when I’m back to back and versatile items that mean after a quick change I’m ready to go from studio to meeting.   

When I’m off-duty it’s a mix of denim, fun prints, slogan tees and a vintage feel is always present in my style. For going out I add some standout accessories, switch a trainer for shoe and opt for a dress or cool jumpsuit.  

What about your favourite brands?

Activewear brands such as Sweaty Betty, Lululemon, Lucas Hugh, Nike and Adidas keep me supported and stylish. For tees and sweaters I like British brand Double Trouble Gang – we collaborated on some limited edition LDM sweaters & hoodies. I also love brands such as Etre Cecile and Sezane for an injection of fun prints and slogan pieces.   

Free People, Reformation, ADAY, Faithfull the brand, Ganni and the Vampire’s Wife are labels I gravitate towards. I have some great jackets from Zoe Karssen, Whistles and Acne and my accessories are a mix of high street, vintage and investment pieces from Hill and Friends, Sezane, Laura Lee and Missoma.  

I’m often in trainers by Adidas, Nike and APL and I’m currently loving the Stella McCartney x Adidas Parley shoes made from recycled ocean plastics – they work for all cardio based workouts. Veja make eco-friendly Parisian cool trainers that I like for off-duty and I also like Russell & Bromley, Birkenstock, Soludos, Hobbs and Miu Miu.  

What’s next for you and for LDM? 

Plans are underway to open a bigger standalone LDM studio in London where clients can still benefit from small boutique group fitness and private training with more space and amenities. We have some exciting opportunities in the pipeline and I’m working hard to build up our online LDM video offerings, so we are accessible not just in London but anywhere and at anytime. Watch this space…  

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It’s official: the colour of autumn 2018 is undisputedly orange. Whether you rock a neon shade or a rich vintage-inspired hue, orange is the cheerful champion of our cool-weather line-ups…   


Successfully wearing the colour is, however, easier said than done. It’s a bold shade and one that’s best sported with an all-or-nothing approach. We looked to our editors for a few tips on how to nail the autumnal trend sweeping Instagram.  

Oversized  

A statement colour calls for a statement silhouette so go big or go home with this one, literally. Think oversized duster coats and puffer styles, flared or wide-leg trousers and boxy shirts and tees. A maxi dress or skirt is always a winner too.  

Utilitarian  

The sporty, utility-inspired trend is big for AW18 so think less ‘70s corduroy and more futuristic crepe and lamé. Try sporting simple culottes with a cropped metallic jacket or opt for a simple military-inspired look with a button-down shirt and straight-leg trousers in bright orange tones. 

Androgynous  

Gender fluidity is back and here to stay this season. Rock your orange pieces in simple silhouettes and cool, understated layers. Give sports-luxe a go with an orange varsity jacket, trending camouflage prints and matching chunky-soled sneakers.   

Colour blocked

Brave enough to try head-to-toe orange? Be sure to stay consistent with your choice of shade. Whether you opt for a pop-bright tone or a pale peachy orange, match your ensemble exactly to nail this season’s hottest colour trend.   

Want to try the look for yourself? Shop our favourite orange pieces for him and for her below…   

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We get it, ok? Swimwear shopping can be a daunting task at this time of year – so many styles, so many occasions to wear them. Whether you’re heading off on a sunny vacation, chilling at home, hitting the beach for volleyball and windsurfing or heading to a next-level pool party, you’re going to need at least a few options.  


Luckily for you, we’ve selected the hottest swimwear trends of the summer and how and when to rock them…  

Stripes  

It’s all about big, bold stripes this summer, especially in rainbow tones – hello Pride Month. Invest in a high-leg one piece with lace-up detailing or a classic triangle bikini to rock this swimwear trend. Add cat-eye sunnies, gold-toned accessories and comfy mules. This look was made for fun vacations and parties so live it up.  

Ruffles

Romantic Latin-inspired vibes reign this summer so a one-piece adorned with ruffles is a must-have. Opt for a monochrome style and add hoop earrings, layered necklaces, a wicker bag and a huge fedora hat for extra sun protection. This chic ensemble is perfect for poolside lounging and sashaying around that yacht deck. 

Sporty vibes

Made ultra-covetable by the likes of Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein, nothing beats a sporty two-piece. A sports bra-style top and simple bikini bottoms are perfect for hitting the beach for a morning run or afternoon surf. Team yours with a classic white tee and complete the look with chunky Ray Bans.   

Boho babe

The trend that inevitably rolls back around every summer because it’s just too cute and classic to pack away, crochet bikinis and monokinis with tasselled cords are the order of 2018. Up your game by opting for something besides the classic off-white style and team with a cool kimono, pool slides and round vintage-style sunnies.  

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Have you heard about the latest fashion trend? Yes, you guessed it right, it is definitely a retro trend… Back from the eighties these super high waist jeans are going to be one of your favourite vintage moment. Set on the slimmest part of your waist, these jeans are called ‘Pinch-Waist Jeans.’ Elongating your legs and slimming your waist, these jeans will be the star of your style. #style #jeans #denim #trend #streetstyle #fashion

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