Get ready for Chinti And Parker Meets Patternity

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1 Chinti and Parker meets Patternity - £420

Breaking news: those fabulous Chinti And Parker initial sweaters are now in the sale at half price on Net-a-Porter-com. I have the N one and can’t recommend it highly enough. In other Chinti And Parker news, there’s a great AW13 collab getting ready to drop in a couple of weeks with Patternity. The Chinti And Parker Meets Patternity collection comprises ethically-produced  jersey separates, plus knit pants, dresses and sweaters in C & P’s signature cashmeres and Patternity’s geometric graphics. Continue reading

UK prom style – it’s all about the boys

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Some interesting info just arrived in my inbox from Debenhams on the rise of the UK ‘Prom kings’. According to Debenhams, boys are spending 24% more on Prom prepping than last year, although still not as much as girls. While Prom has been a big deal in America for, well, ever, it’s only really taken off in the UK in the last 10 years. But jeez, has it taken a long time for retailers to catch on. Continue reading

*VIDEO* Must-watch for wannabe Dogtown kids

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I’ve seen clips of this on Youtube before but never the whole film. Enjoy!

Super-luxe heritage handbags for Asprey AW13

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The luxury spotlight has been trained on the Brits this week – especially when it comes to accessories. As speculation grows on where Emma Hill will go post-Mulberry, we’re also looking ahead to what magic Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley will sprinkle on Marc By Marc Jacobs in their new official roles (as creative director and design director respectively). Continue reading

All about Marc Jacobs’ make-up line

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We’ve finally got a first look at Marc Jacobs’ make-up line, launching at Sephora in August.

The range is extensive and colourful because Jacobs think ‘natural is a little lazy’. There will be foundations, concealers, powders, lip colours, eyeliners, eye shadows, nail polishes and bronzers. And it looks as if they’re going to market some of the products as unisex, including the Lip Lock Moisture Balm, Brow Tamer Grooming Gel, and Remedy Concealer Pen (maybe we’ll see Harry Brant in the ad campaign). Continue reading

Retail report: The art of Chanel

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The new Chanel London flagship opens in New Bond Street tomorrow and at 12,600 square feet it’s a vast improvement on its Old Bond Street predecessor. In terms of trends, retail and otherwise, it weaves in quite a few. There’s the trend for ‘at home’ styling; featuring grand mantlepieces, ample couches and coffee tables (for the wealthy BRIC customers to consider their purchases I suspect, not for bored husbands and kids). Continue reading

Order it now: Charlotte Olympia’s cherry-shaped bag

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Charlotte Olympia just out-kitsched herself with this immaculately realised Perspex bag for Resort 2014. Available for shipping from November, you can pre-order it now from Moda Operandi. Too quirky (surely not)? Then consider the matching heels instead. In red and black suede with fetching leaf green heels, there’s more than a hint of Guy Bourdin about them. The only catch is that this ‘trunk show’ ends on Thursday so if you want them, get in fast… Continue reading

Warehouse launches its AW13 Style Me If You Can campaign

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Warehouse is ticking multiple trend boxes for AW13 and I don’t just mean fashion ones. Building on the success of its website relaunch last year, its AW13 campaign ‘Style Me If You Can’ joins the dots between social styling, gamification and fashion film.

So what’s the deal? Log onto Style Me If You Can, choose a lifestyle location, then drag and drop your location-appropriate outfit components from the suggested options into the ‘style gallery’. (If you like Polyvore, you might find this bit equally addictive.) You can then share your outfit on a number of platforms and enter it to be featured in the Style Me If You Can film and print campaign. If you’re one of the nine chosen winners, you’ll win a trip to Paris, Milan or New York, and your outfit will be featured in the campaign credited to you. To promote the campaign, Warehouse will release the film in nine chapters at 90 minute intervals on a single day, across its web, social and mobile platforms. Winners will be revealed on that day.

Interest piqued? Click below to play…

Style Me If You Can - Win a trip to New York - Enter Now

And here’s one I made earlier…

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Remembering Laura Ashley

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Now here’s a most excellent Facebook campaign for people of a certain age. To commemorate its 60th anniversary, Laura Ashley has created the Laura Ashley Memories Facebook Campaign, inviting fans to share pictures and memories of their favourite Laura Ashley smock/curtains/wedding dress/tea cosy/whatever. This is such a simple, sweet idea from a heritage brand with a truly connected fan base – people really do have a fondness for their Laura Ashley.

Those who share their photos and memories can potentially win a £1000 gift card and a tour of the London archive (now that’s a fabulous prize, no?). Here’s a couple of submissions already – the 80s is the most popular decade by far…

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Yasmin Sewell curates Beach In The East

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That photo above is from the Disneyrollergirl archives, AKA a pile of scrapbooks and box files containing years worth of photos, cuttings, and ephemera that I’ve held onto ‘just in case’. Yasmin Cho was a late ’90s shop on a first floor in Poland Street, an out-of-sight destination that you had to want to find in order to visit it. Run by Yasmin Sewell, it stocked a curated mix of under-radar labels like Susan Cianccolo, Carol Christian Poell, and Rick Owens. You had to press a buzzer to get in and the sign on the door was made up of coloured sticky dots. Fast forward 15 years and Yasmin Sewell’s early concept has come full circle with a Shoreditch pop-up space called Beach In the East. Continue reading

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