beauty

First look at L’Oreal Paris X Isabel Marant beauty



L'Oreal Isabel Marant beauty collection

The L’Oreal X Isabel Marant beauty collaboration is about to launch and a few images have landed already has just launched! It’s a capsule day-to-night collection of essentials – think effortless #Frenchgirlstyle a la Isabel Marant herself. (Personally, I love her vibe, her grey hair and her rustic holiday home.) As Marant says, “for me, Parisian cool is not about social media perfection, it is a natural elegance. (more…)



The DRG Retail Index: H&M Studio, John Lewis, & Other Stories, Sezane



& Other Stories Paris collection

Here’s ALISON FARRINGTON’S latest monthly retail round up, celebrating experimentalism and innovation on the high street. H&M Studio drops with strong retro looks, John Lewis is all about Instagram influencers for its own-label brands, Sezane opens in London’s Notting Hill and & Other Stories gives us luxury hair vibes.
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Beauty how-to: Summer Haze



Disneyrollergirl Petit Dejeuner shoot - photo by Emma Miranda Moore, styling by Navaz Batliwalla


If you loved the hazy painterly mood of our latest #drgpetitdejeuner shoot, hair and make-up artist Niki Black is here with a handy how-to beauty breakdown. We shot on a balmy August weekend, portraying that particularly delicious post-summer mood just before everything cools down into autumn. We wanted a look that complemented the romance of a summer garden, while having an element of casual realness that was easy to achieve.
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13 AW18 trends to think about now (plus what I’m not going to buy)



Salvatore Ferragamo AW18 Fashion Show by Sonny Vandevelde

Even with temperatures in the high teens and low 20s, there’s an autumnal bite in the air. Can you feel it? The September issues are getting me in the mood for knitwear and plaid, the idea of blankets isn’t so alarming, and I’ve started lighting my scented candles again. Here’s what I want to wear for AW18…

1/ BLANKET STYLING This look is going to be unescapable. Part poncho, part blanket, Ports 1961 does it best with its classic felted numbers smothered in graphic typography (more…)