Saturday, 30 April 2016

CANVAS by Lands' End

 Lands' End  announces the launch of Canvas by Lands' End - a  fresh and modern collection for men and women.

The line was designed in America and developed in Italy, with strong global influences in all aspects of the styling, design and fit.
Original hand-painted designs feature on  'brush stroke' dresses and tops.

Star prints, bold stripes and vibrant colours, the collection's simple and chic approach allows the strong silhouettes to take centre stage. Striking a balance between relaxed elegance and sporty sophistication, the women's collection can be worn day into night and week into weekend, layered together or standing alone — versatility is key.

The collection features dresses, sweaters, tops, trousers and jackets.

Key items are  'Brush stroke' dress (2nd top image) and the  elbow sleeve dress (below image)

  The Lands' End Canvas label is offered online with a modern and dedicated website page to support the new collection.

EXCLUSIVE: Game of Thrones // Pyrrha Jewellery Collection

Whether you support Stark, back Baratheon, or long for Lannister, the time to show style allegiance to your favourite Great House is here.
The unisex collection of talisman necklaces, shield necklaces, rings, bracelets, and cuffs, emblazoned with Pyrrha’s distinctive interpretation of the seven sigils of Westeros’s leading clans of Stark, Baratheon, Lannister, Tyrell, Greyjoy, Targaryen, and Martell, is available for purchase.
 These handcrafted pieces are available in either reclaimed sterling silver or bronze with prices starting at £75. Everything is available online at

FESTIVAL FASHION: Backpacks and built in chargers

Monday, 25 April 2016

Omar Mansoor Royal Ascot Line - For the Queen Anne Enclosure

Omar Mansoor unveils his annual Royal Ascot collection for the Queen Anne Enclosure. A collection of  unique and quirky sleeveless shift dresses highlighted by cream silk organza panels – allowing a little skin to show through.

 Made from the softest blended fabric, this collection is comfortable, elegant and funky that takes the minimalist shape and adds a modern geometric ingredient.

 The aim of Sheer panels on the neckline, front hem and neckline is to draw attention. It offers the wearer the chance to say something about herself, making it much more than just clothing.

 This collection is available online at and Designs NW3 60 Rosslyn Hill, London NW3 1ND All dresses are priced at £250.


 Photography: Shahid Malik

Lyonard AW16 Collection

Chronostasis the AW16 collection by knitwear couturier Lyonard explores the concepts of temporal illusion best known as the stopped-clock phenomenon.

 Presenting a snapshot of a moment in time revealing an ethereal picture of the zeitgeist as perceived by Lyonard.
Silhouettes have been inspired by David Bowie’s admiration of Japanese style, creating androgynous, eerie, rebelliously glamorous garments.

Stemming from Berlinde de Bruyckere’s dark and broody installations, the pieces give the wearer’s body a feel of motion frozen in time. Inspired by Ian Davenport’s drip painting and Bridget Riley’s opt illusion art the collection Chronostasis features hand-painted woven British wool, knitted raw Japanese mulberry silk and finest Italian Cashmere in crimson reds, electric blues and gunmetal greys.

David Ferreira AW16 Collection

David’s AW16 collection “Opulent Child” reflects on today’s overindulgent society where image and the perception of such defines who we are.

AW16 is the wardrobe of an imaginary clique that, despite having its roots in the mainstream references; Pink Ladies, Heathers, Clueless, Plastics, Gossip Girl, Scream Queens, exudes a more extravagant and opulent look that draws further reference from the royal clique of Versailles, Queen Marie Antoinette and Duchess of Polignac; and personalities like Marchesa Luisa Casati and Scarlett O’Hara from ‘Gone with the Wind’(1939). The collection creates a couture clique that primes for glamour, beauty, extravagance and luxury.

Lucy Mecklenburgh steps out in Chelsea Paris heeled sandals

Get Ready for the Festival season with Teva Ombre

It’s nearly time for the festival season and what better footwear would be best for this than the ultimate adventure sandal Teva! 

The Ombre collection is fun and bright, perfect for the in-keeping with the colours and ethos of all the many types of festivals around the world.

Saturday, 23 April 2016

Megan McKenna spotted with an American Tourister suitcase

Link to product: 

The case is  £115  

Fei Liu Jewels Go Pop With colour Cascade

Fei Liu Fine Jewellery unveils its brand new Colour Cascade collection for AW16, a celebration of pop-colour stones set is swirling sterling silver designs.

 With ribbon-like folds this statement jewellery collection mimics the flow and swirls of rippling of water. Combining dramatic rosettes of metal set with hot pink, cornflower blue and lilac zirconia stones,
 Delicate by design, the sweeping Cascade Mini Earrings with sparkling stones pack a pastel punch. Teamed with the Cascade Ring , these are jewels perfect for the transition from summer to autumn, with a vibrancy that will bring sunshine to every day.
 Available in three sizes, the Cascade Pendants take the collection’s signature rosettes to the neck, with the Cascade Mini Pendant (£125) evoking lucky four-leaf clovers, contrasted by longer chains in silver and black rhodium finished with the standout Cascade Large Pendant (£450).
 The launch of Colour Cascade follows the outstanding success of the Cascade collection in the UK market, which has become a bestseller for Fei Liu Fine Jewellery. The pink, blue and lilac designs complement existing sparkling zirconia designs available in rose gold plate and polished sterling silver.

Sunday, 17 April 2016


The shoe brand, VIVO barefoot has challenged a series of urban explorer photographers to live barefoot – and trial the latest Vivo product in their own natural environments.
Motus Red Camo, £110

 To celebrate their agility, explorer photographers @Davidwallace, @SammiSwar, @Rontimehin and @Whathesees share stunning lifestyle imagery of the London-designed shoes in and around the capital that inspired them.
Primus Road Charcoal, £90

 Combining the perfect design of the human foot with the rigid world of modern day life. These movement-inspired, multi-terrain shots showcase VIVO Barefoot’s shoes unique look and the feel whilst bringing movement and freedom of the foot to life.

 Backed by scientific research and created by seventh generation cobblers of the Clarks shoe dynasty. Vivobarefoot produce eco-friendly, barefoot shoes that provide protection and freedom of the foot in its natural form while protecting wearers from the elements.

Motus Black & Gold, £110

 Featuring patented, ultra-thin, puncture-resistant soles that give maximum sensory feedback whilst running – powering humans to run just as they were meant to.

 Simply put: shoes should let your feet do their thing.
Live Barefoot everyday! See full ranges for men, women and children here:

Tuesday, 12 April 2016


Keds® is 100 this year! 

 Kicking off the global celebration, Keds have launched The Blue Collection, which reimagines the brand’s trademark cobalt in bold new ways. The Blue collection includes 10 lace up & slip-on styles with prices starting from £40 – £60, and will be available at & major retailers including ASOS & Schuh from this week!
Tori wearing blue faux iguana

To mark the centennial milestone with Keds® has announced the ‘Collective,’a curated group of celebrated industry leaders who embody the brand’s overarching commitment to powerful women, creativity and self-expression.
 Embracing the brand’s Ladies First Since 1916 platform, the Keds Collective features a diverse group of notable tastemakers including actress Allison Williams,
 award-winning singer Ciara,
and Grammy-nominated breakout singer-songwriter and producer Tori Kelly, as well as other illustrious members from the fashion, music, art, and technology sectors

Chriselle in Blue Champion, Billie in Blue Exotic Shimmer

 The Keds Collective unites a premier group of female creative entrepreneurs and multi-faceted talents who possess an authentic love for the brand and alignment with its dedication to women.
Additional members include co-founder of Wearable Experiments Billie Whitehouse, musician and actress Soko, model Cailin Russo, blogger, actress and style icon Jamie Chung, and K-pop star Krystal Jung. Along with these innovative women, music industry phenomenon Taylor Swift will continue her role as brand ambassador.

Saturday, 9 April 2016

H&M releases World Recycle Week 2016 campaign song 'Rewear it' featuring artist M.I.A.

The London based artist M.I.A. is the front figure of H&M'S initiative World Recycle Week, and is featured in a video inspiring customers to recycle their old or unwanted clothes.

With her personal style, interest for sustainability and passion for the environment, M.I.A. personifies the conscious consumer with a social awareness.
 During the campaign period, April 18-24, H&M aims to collect 1,000 tonnes of unwanted or worn out garments from customers worldwide in its more than 3,600 stores. The initiative is part of H&M’s goal to close the loop in fashion, recycling unwanted garments to create recycled textile fibers for new products.
The H&M Garment Collecting initiative was initiated already 2013.
 To raise awareness M.I.A. wrote the song ‘Rewear it’ exclusively for H&M and the World Recycle Week campaign. H&M has worked closely with choreographer Aaron Sillis to interpret M.I.A.’s music and lyrics into dance moves for the campaign’s video. “World Recycle Week is about embracing important environmental issues such as the landfills, and highlighting a global movement,” says M.I.A.
The result of this collaboration is a video featuring M.I.A. together with an eclectic cast of interesting influencers and inspirational people from all over the world.

They range from music artists, dance artists, comedians and people with a passion for environmental and social sustainability issues, all with a strong personal style and attitude. In this video they all come together in a dance to highlight the importance of garment collecting and recycling.
 This is one of the most extensive environmental projects that H&M has undertaken and the full campaign video will be featured at on April 11, 2016.
 Join H&M and M.I.A. in a global fashion movement for the planet!

Nanogen Pre- Summer Hair Saviours


Salvatore Ferragamo, the Italian luxury fashion House, channels its founder’s long-standing love of nature and travel with the launch of a wild bird-inspired jewellery collection in collaboration with acclaimed jewellery designer Daniela Villegas.

The collection depicts the themes of freedom and exploration through the prism of wild birds.

The heart of the collection sees Daniela Villegas playfully channel the highly coloured birds and wildlife that feature on iconic silk scarves and the Ars shoe designed by Salvatore in the late 1950s.

Reinterpreted for the modern cosmopolitan woman, a rich narrative of parakeets, parrots and birds of paradise flying from their cages is brought to life by the handcrafted skills of master Italian goldsmiths using vibrant combinations of sterling silver and purest gemstones such as green Topaz and purple Amethyst. A limited edition in gold and diamonds is available in selected stores.

Consisting of four categories – necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets  effortlessly updates the quality, colour, humour, Italian spirit and innovative mix of materials that have long been recognized as Ferragamo hallmarks.

The birdcage, adorned with the House’s signature Gancio emblem, is a recurring design trope in the collection, while the parakeet evokes a sense of playfulness and joy, and the parrot symbolizes abundance and self-expression.

 Drawing inspiration from nature and a restless desire to explore the world, Villegas says: “In the natural trajectory of progression, nature always provides a soothing and joyful dose to cope with the wear and tear that comes with evolution. Having the opportunity to work on this collection with a brand like Ferragamo has been a dream come true for me.
” The collection by Daniela Villegas is the latest chapter in Salvatore Ferragamo’s historical mentoring, which started with the founder’s investment in Italy's world-class craftsmanship, and continues today through the company’s Fondazione Ferragamo, which among its other activities, sponsors those who aspire to work in the world of fashion, design and the highest and most artistic forms of Italian craftsmanship.

 The Daniela Villegas for Salvatore Ferragamo collection will be available to purchase both in stores
And online


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