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Monthly Archives: February 2016

  • Fashion Week: The Best Backstage Beauty So Far

    February 23, 2016

    With Autumn/Winter 2016 fashion month well underway, this week we shift our focus to Paris following the spectacular shows of New York and London. Alongside the dazzling catwalk looks, the fashion of the FROW and the seriously chic street style we're lusting after the latest beauty trends sported backstage at New York, London, Paris and Milan.


    If you're simply looking to update your look or get ahead of the curve this season, we've rounded up New York and London's hottest backstage beauty trends to ensure you're look is on point.



    Jason Wu | Oscar De La Renta | Anya Hindmarch | Holly Fulton

    So far the AW16 shows have been all about the eyes. From clumped mascara, yes we said clumped mascara, at Jason Wu, to bold brights at Anya Hindmarch, graphic liner at Oscar De La Renta and metallic silver foil peepers at Holly Fulton, when it comes to eye make-up New York and London have been breaking the make-up rules.



    Topshop Unique | Mary Katrantzou | Sophia Webster | Rodarte

    With defined berry stained smackers at Topshop Unique and Mary Katrantzou, sultry vamp shades at Rodarte and statement glitter at Sophia Webster, the only way to wear your lippy next season is bold.



     Vivienne Westwood | Kendall Jenner | Ralph Lauren

    While eyes and lips have been doing the talking this fashion week season, the complexion is pared down and exuding natural beauty for AW16. Dewy skin and rose flushed cheeks at Vivienne Westwood, the natural look as demonstrated by Kendall Jenner at Michael Kors and frosted pink lips at Ralph Lauren are super-wearable and easy to achieve.



     Felder Felder | Calvin Klein | Diane Von Furstenberg

    From punky unicorn braids at Felder Felder, 70s disco waves at Diane Von Furstenberg and the understated hair tuck at Calvin Klein, the AW16 catwalks were awash with the hottest hair trends for you to try now.

  • Style Guide: Fashion Week

    February 18, 2016

    It's that time of year again, where the perennially stylish come out in droves to the fashion capitals of the world- we are talking about Fashion Week of course. The fashion week circuit is well and truly underway, as New York's offerings comes to an end we're leaving The Big Apple and turning our gaze to our home turf: London. Whilst fashion week stirs up twice yearly excitement over the hottest trends for the upcoming season, it would be wrong to ignore the everyday native style of each of the big four fashion week cities.

    From the elegant chic Parisian look to the bold, bright style of the Milan girl, the laidback cool of the New Yorker and the quirky, tomboy look of the Londoner, whatever your style we've rounded up the essential pieces to help you get the street style look.

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    New York street style is an eclectic mix of laidback street wear and lady like chic (see Gossip Girl's Blair Waldorf for reference). Whatever her style the New Yorker looks effortlessly cool, we're taking style inspo from the likes of besties Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner in matching bombers, Lily Aldridge's simplistic leather styling and Emily Ratajkowski 's clean lines and all black look.


    Navy Bomber Jacket, £48 | Rust Knitted Polo Neck Vest, £12, | Black Wash Ankle Grazer Skinny Jeans, £29


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    The fashion capital of the UK provides an endless supply of outfit inspiration. Classic styles are top of the order such as skinny jeans, blazers, leather jackets, chelsea boots, jersey basics, brogues and trilby hats, look to the likes of Kate Moss, Fearne Cotton and Alexa Chung for your inspo.

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    Black Lace Up Front T Shirt, £21 | Mid Blue Patchwork Dungarees, £48 | Black Tuxe Blazer Jacket, £48


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    Parisian style is the ultimate in chic, timeless dressing. From the trusty breton stripe to Chanel inspired tweed pieces, berets, messenger bags and statement mini dresses- the city of love is eternally stylish. Make like Olivia Palermo, Alexa Chung and blogger Audrey of Be Frassy for quintessential Parisian style inspo.

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    Black Classic Mac, £81 | Red And White Striped Tee, £17 | Black Mesh Stripe Midi Skirt, £39


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    The boldest and most daring of the big four fashion capitals, the birth place of Prada, Armani, Elsa Schiaparelli, Pucci and Verscae's native style is all about bold prints, decadent fabrics and billowing blouses. Margarita Missoni, Bianca Balti and Anna Dello Russo are your muses.

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    Cream Floral Print Tie Up Shift Dress, £32 | Red Sleeveless Pussybow Blouse, £21 | Black Satin Midi Skirt, £23

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