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She was once the frizzy haired bookworm of the big screen, now Emma Watson turns her knack for pen and paper to the quirky glossy, Wonderland magazine as she plays guest editor. Think of it as a modern-day Alice Emma in Wonderland. Read the rest of this entry »

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Calmly responding to my questions in between a transatlantic flight Robert Wun seems oddly calm and modest for a man whose footwear creations have recently been sported by one of the most famous women on the planet. Read the rest of this entry »

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It was the year fast fashion resulted in the deaths of hundreds of production workers. With the harrowing sounds of Primark’s Bangladesh based manufacturing factory collapsing to nothing but mere rubble in April of this year ignorance became a cemented moral wrong to the high street buyer. It was the year the high street consumer began to check the label, not merely for the price tag, but for the origin of production.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Monday night summoned the most important date in any industry members calendar, albeit it an evening of questionable acknowledgements (Harry Styles winning the British Style Award), the best of British talent was celebrated. I celebrated with colleagues, former colleagues and my dearest Ella, La Petit Anglais. 

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“Clean room, clean mind” my mother always used to tell me, a precedent that heavily influenced my preference in design aesthetic. In toddler talk, Neil Barrett’s SS14 collection was clean, simplistic and humble. His designs were just that, heavily design led.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Stella McCartney

 

Stella McCartney seduced us with a top heavy silhouette  for summer that harked out to one of the biggest, not least to mention cleanest, trends for spring. Her white suit was over sized, with a blazer nodding towards cocooning elements that came single breasted with shoulders reminiscent of the 80s.

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Clinical white injections were all over the runway for Spring Summer 2013, just take a look at Lacoste, Robert Cavalli and DKNY but to name a few. Trouser suits, minimalist shift dresses and sports luxe tailoring all contributed to a clean and crisp aesthetic. So it seems perfectly fitting that high-street retailer French Connection tapped into the zeitgeist with the use of model of the moment Suki Waterhouse.

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Kris Van Assche AW13

Questionably over shadowed for some time by his former colleague, Heidi Slimane, Kris Van Assche was recalled stating in an earlier interview with Interview Magazine that: “this skinny, rock ’n’ roll look had become such a cliché in the streets that any designer would have had to take this collection in a new direction.” That he did, albeit through his new season collection at his eponymous label.

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Joan Rivers once said: “The only thing women don’t want to find in their stockings on Christmas day is their husband.” Preferences aside we’ve selected the best last minute gift ideas for your man to give his wardrobe that overdue stylish booster he just doesn’t seem to have.

French Connection, £225, Frenchconnection.com

French Connection, £225, Frenchconnection.com

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You can take the boy out of the city but you can’t take the city out of the boy as Benjamin Bertram demonstrates in his latest collection, entitled ‘Suburban Boys’.

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