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In there like Kate Spade swimwear

In there like Kate Spade swimwear

Since Kate Spade catapulted onto the scene back in the 90s (nearly two decades ago!), the name has become globally recognised in fashion. Think popping colours, futuristic design and a sprinkle of modernised retro, not to mention those [read more]

Introducing Ji Oh A/W 2014 collection

Introducing Ji Oh A/W 2014 collection

With more new designers than designs on the scene this season, it takes true talent to create a collection that wows. Cue Ji Oh, a Korean-born fashion prodigy whose 2014 fall collection has caused an international storm. Channelling [read more]

Tags-on.com: designer afterlife

Tags-on.com: designer afterlife

Ever wondered where used designer goods go when their owners tire of them? eBay seems a dangerous place for Fendi, and a charity shop is just a cruel way to go for Chanel, but Tags-on.com has it covered. A site where used designer goods [read more]

Maternity fashion: top picks

Maternity fashion: top picks

It can sometimes be a little tricky when it comes to having to switch up your wardrobe to cater for a bump and find something that not only looks great but feels great and is, of course, comfortable. Maternity fashion is growing beyond [read more]

Best beachwear buys: hitting the beach in style

Best beachwear buys: hitting the beach in style

It is officially bikini season and we’re looking at some of the hottest trends in beachwear this year. If you are like me and have an upcoming holiday and are struggling to find fab yet affordable swimwear then we’re doing this for [read more]

Top ten summer hats

Top ten summer hats

We’re in the middle of the festival season and the middle of summer, although looking outside you might not think so. However, if you’re thinking of investing in a hat to keep the sun off your “noggin”, check these out. Fat Face [read more]

Pro-Direct launches world’s largest boot room in London

Pro-Direct launches world’s largest boot room in London

Last week sportswear giants Pro-Direct opened the world’s largest boot room in Carnaby Street, London. The space is dynamic and stretches across two floors with walls littered with enormous display screens. It truly is a powerful [read more]

Following co-ordinates

Following co-ordinates

Looking back through the history of Hollywood, it’s surprising that co-ordinates have only recently hit the high street in a big way. Think Jean Shrimpton in that Lambretta advert, Twiggy in a 60s stripy two-piece, and Elizabeth Taylor [read more]

Rat & Boa: a perfect pair

Rat & Boa: a perfect pair

“Rat and Boa is for the lovers, daredevils, women of the night, believers and free spirits.” That tagline had us hooked from the very start. For those of you who haven’t the foggiest of what we’re talking about and [read more]

A jewellery trend must-have for every lady who craves style

A jewellery trend must-have for every lady who craves style

Who doesn’t want a piece of jewellery that will go for so many different occasions, and would simultaneously be one in many? As the interchangeable necklaces begin to make way into the fashion world, Lucet Mundi brings forth a wide [read more]

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