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Slingbacks make a comeback?

Slingbacks make a comeback?

The Slingback, a time-old classic addition to our ever-growing shoe collections, with natural style; they can turn any outfit from Camden market to Park Avenue, and with their dainty flair, are they clip-clapping their way into a comeback? [read more]

Miley Cyrus underwear: from grandma to stripper

Miley Cyrus underwear: from grandma to stripper

Miley Cyrus is the most controversial and talked about pop star at the moment. With shortening her hair, kissing girls, simulating oral sex and masturbation and groping her backing dancers – Miley makes sure the world knows she is no [read more]

Juju Babe: jellies are officially back

Juju Babe: jellies are officially back

The popular 1990s heeled jellies are officially back in fashion. Juju Babe come in a range of pastel, neon, glitter and metallic styles; they’re 100% recyclable with a multi-strap design and pin buckle fastening.  These stylish sandals [read more]

Must-have trends for spring 2014

Must-have trends for spring 2014

With spring just around the corner, you may have already noticed there have been many new trends but also some have returned from previous seasons. The pastel colours have been seen again on the catwalks as well as high-street shops. The [read more]

Pure and simple: how to get a fresh look for summer

Pure and simple: how to get a fresh look for summer

Not the song, but the look, with spring and summer gradually approaching you’re probably frantic as to what you should be preparing for (don’t worry, we are too), but have no fear as simplicity is key. Less is more, neutral, nude, etc. [read more]

Why we love fashion week

Why we love fashion week

London Fashion Week is well and truly over. We know, it’s sad and depressing. However, we must not dwell into a gloomy mood because fashion week will be back in September. But while we look forward to a new season, we at the upcoming [read more]

Mad about whimsy: today’s fashion focuses on fun and flattering styles

Mad about whimsy: today’s fashion focuses on fun and flattering styles

From runways to the streets, fashion continues to grow in boldness and refinement. Designers have caught on that everyday people want to look just as glamorous as the models on magazine covers, so new designs challenge the fashion industry [read more]

Return of the high-waisted trousers

Return of the high-waisted trousers

Not everything Miley Cyrus does should be regarded as the start of the next global trend. Twerking has failed to take off and she is still alone in sporting the Maria von Trapp bowl haircut. However, last month the investment bank Goldman [read more]

Hannah Warner: defying Del Boy

Hannah Warner: defying Del Boy

The signet ring; for years it symbolised the wealthy, money-making upbringing of men in suits making business deals over lunch, but with the fresh new designs and female backing to match, has the signet ring joined Yorkies and McCoys in [read more]

Delightful daisies for spring/summer 2014

Delightful daisies for spring/summer 2014

This year the daisy print is the pattern of the season. Whether you wear it on a dress, shorts, sunglasses or shoes, make sure you pick up something covered with this floral motif. Every spring and summer we are introduced to the print of [read more]

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