Editorial shoot: Everything you said

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ABOVE: Blouse, SportMax Code///T-shirt, LVC///Skirt, Jonathan Saunders///Socks, Falke

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Blouse, SportMax Code///T-shirt, LVC

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Vintage sweatshirt, Blitz London///T-shirt, LVC///Blouse, SportMax Code

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Shirt, Jonathan Saunders///Vintage Levi’s jeans, Blitz London///necklace, Laura Lees at The Shop At Bluebird

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Blouse, SportMax Code///T-shirt, LVC

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Top, Michael Van Der Ham///Sweatshirt, vintage///Skirt, Rag & Bone

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Top, Michael Van Der Ham///Sweatshirt, vintage///Skirt, Rag & Bone

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Sweater, Paul Smith menswear/// Ring, Katie Rowland at The Shop At Bluebird

SHOP THE SHOOT BELOW:

Photography: Emma Miranda Moore
Styling: Navaz Batliwalla/Disneyrollergirl.net
Hair: Mark Francome Painter
Make-up: Fiona Barry
Model: Eleanor Davies at Models 1

VIDEO: My spring edit for McArthurGlen

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Did I mention my love of outlet shopping? Not just any old outlet but one with a good mix of the classic brands that I wear on a regular basis. Like, you know, Gap,Lacoste, Joseph, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren… And oh look, here they all are at Cheshire Oaks! AKA one of the vast McArthurGlen designer outlets and one I’ve never been to – until now.

McArthurGlen invited me up one sunny Saturday to discover the outlet and work on a video edit of my seasonal fashion picks. Continue reading

Gentlewoman style: Handsome red

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Spring pastels and summer neons may come and go but rich, handsome red never gets old. For starters, I love simple red sweaters, both for wearing and for tying round waists or shoulders.

Next, red leather accessories have a lovely nostalgic feel – Anya Hindmarch in particular has nailed it with her delicious two-way journal (which can be embossed with initials to personalise). Continue reading

DRG Style Index: Kenzo, Jigsaw and… Skechers?!

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Welcome to the DRG STYLE INDEX, a weekly ranking of brands that have caught my attention. On my style radar this week…

1. IT’S KENZO TIME

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I first got wind of Kenzo’s foray into watches six months ago at the Black Frame press day. Now we’re close to the launch of Kenzo timepieces, which are being produced under license but with creative direction under the watch (no pun intended) of Carol Lim and Humberto Leon. Continue reading

Quote of the day: Penny Martin

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“For me, the future is going to be about in-person transactions and real conversations, skills and sharing in real spaces, rather than the cabaret of the nameless we’ve witnessed over the past decade.”
Interesting insights from The Gentlewoman’s Penny Martin on The Business Of Fashion

Coming soon: Chanel’s Dentelle Précieuse compact (but will you use it?)

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Chanel is one of the few top-end luxury brands that still values an in-store experience over the convenience of online shopping. This goes for beauty as well as fashion, so much so that is has invested in standalone beauty destinations – the Covent Garden store is beauty heaven and the Heathrow pop-up was a crowd puller. Continue reading

Paper cuts: Matisse Cut-Outs at Tate Modern

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If you want a life affirming experience, tear yourself away from the computer and get thee to Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs at Tate Modern. Comprising around 120 of Matisse’s fragile paper works, this is the first time this many of the iconic cut-outs have been shown together. The opportunity has not been wasted, with the works displayed in airy rooms that give ample space to these energetic and colourful pieces. Continue reading

From the vaults: Kirsten Owen

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Kirsten Owen in no make-up make-up, smiling and having a cheeky fag on the cover of Vogue Italia. In a plain black jumper. No coverlines. Just fantastic, no? (from September 1997, by Steven Meisel…)

Book report: Seven Sisters Style

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I’m so thrilled for Rebecca C. Tuite who has just published her book, Seven Sisters Style (Rizzoli, £22.50). I stumbled across her site a while ago, when she linked to a blog post I wrote about Vassar Girls. She later emailed to let me know she was working on this very book.

If you loved Take Ivy, you could consider this the female version, but it’s so much more than a photo book. Continue reading

THE DRG STYLE INDEX: BARRIE, KILGOUR, HARVEY NICHOLS, A.P.C, MULBERRY

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On this week’s DRG STYLE INDEX, these are the brands that caught my attention…

1. BARRIE TO LAUNCH READY TO WEAR (AND A STORE IS IMMINENT TOO)

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The Made in Scotland ethos is gaining momentum with the launch of a new Barrie RTW collection next month. Designed by Chanel’s Odile Massuger using premium cashmere fibre, we’re promised twenty silhouettes merging clean lines with adventurous motifs and colours – I’m particularly intrigued by the description of handpainted porcelain buttons! Continue reading

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