Tuesday, September 28

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10 Incredible Trends the Style Elite Championed at Milan Fashion Week
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10 Incredible Trends the Style Elite Championed at Milan Fashion Week

We always feel a little sad when London Fashion Week concludes for another season. There is, however, one thing that helps ease the pain of bidding it adieu: the glorious street style of Milan Fashion Week. When it comes to having fun with getting dressed, no one does so quite like the Italians—or, at the very least, the joyful fashion types who descend on Milan. After all, with shows like Prada, Gucci and Fendi on its schedule, Milan Fashion Week is home to some of the most directional fashion houses out there, and the street style looks reflect this eccentricity. More is more was undoubtedly the mantra of the Milan Fashion Week street style set this September, with exaggerated silhouettes, eye-catching prints and impressive displays of colour forming some of the key looks from the sev...
Fashion Editors Agree: These 5 Autumn Pieces Are Worth Investing In
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Fashion Editors Agree: These 5 Autumn Pieces Are Worth Investing In

After years of reporting on different trends as fashion editors, we often end up eschewing said trends altogether when it comes to our own wardrobes. Whether this is a result of feeling overwhelmed with the pure volume of clothes out there or a direct reaction to seeing trends come and go so quickly, many of us have ended up with a more streamlined selection of investment pieces that we wear year after year. Not only does this simplify things when getting dressed in the mornings, but it’s also a more sustainable approach to dressing. Of course, everyone has their own personal style and thoughts about what actually counts as an investment buy, but there are some key items we can all agree on. For autumn, this list includes buttery soft leather, premium knitwear, versatile shirts for laye...
The Simple Trouser Trend That We Saw Everywhere at London Fashion Week
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The Simple Trouser Trend That We Saw Everywhere at London Fashion Week

It's a tale as old as time: Vogue magazine editor wears an item of clothing to fashion week; said item of clothing instantly goes out of stock online. This season, it was a pair of achingly cool tailored trousers from none other than high-street fave Uniqlo. No wonder they flew off the shelves so quickly. Sadly, the exact item in question is yet to be restocked, but I can confirm that this trouser trend extended its reach far beyond the one editor, and there were countless fashion folks who championed the slouchy style on the streets of London.The above look from Camille Charrière is the perfect encapsulation of this new breed of tailored trousers: low-slung, wide-legged and just the slightest pooling of fabric on the floor. It has definite Annie Hall undertones. While most people chose...