Quote of the day

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“I didn’t even know what e-commerce was until last week. I like the experience. I like to feel the fur, to smell the tweed. I like the service. I love that you go into Hermès wearing your trainers and they still say, ‘Oh Mr. Galliano, may we brush your shoes?'”
John Galliano, WWD

Twisted sister

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One of my favourite men’s knitwear brands has finally taken the plunge and created a womenswear line. Sister by SIBLING is the outcome, an exclusive women’s knitwear collection for Topshop. As SIBLING’s Joe Bates told me, “We have been hounded to do a women’s versions of the main SIBLING line since day one so when we were approached by Topshop, it felt perfect to be able to get something for the girls out there and at a good price. SIBLING always was to be as inclusive as possible. Anyone can be a SIBLING if they want; like Coca Cola, it’s very democratic.” Sister by SIBLING for Topshop goes in store next week at £95 apiece. Get a load of these lairy, outsized animal-prints to whet your appetite…

Girlfriend in a kimono, (I know, I know)

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Tank girl

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I kept seeing this gorgeous green-haired girl at LFW, asked her name then promptly forgot it! Anyway, it’s Izzy, she works at Tank and this is her blog…

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Brrrr-illiant

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Spotted at the Canoe PR press day, these Columbia skiing boots plug into the computer to warm them up! Incredible, no? I need this technology for my Church’s…

London Calling: the movie

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How exciting to discover there’s a film in the pipeline on the subject of one of the most influential bands ever – The Clash. Exciting but scary too. It could be as wonderful as Control, or it could be… a disaster. A bit like meeting your hero, or watching the film version of a book you have grown up with, all those high expectations could be met with bitter disappointment. However, the signs are promising so far. Former Clash members Mick Jones and Paul Simenon are on board as ‘executive producers and advisers’ so the story should be authentic and just think of all the unseen footage that must be lurking in Jones’ lockup. Now, we just need Don Letts to direct and we’re all set.

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