The ChicBuzz® roundup:

It may have been a four day week, but still – fashion stops for nothing. This week we bring you Kate Middleton, fashion offers to die for and Karl Lagerfeld…

Kate Middleton given wax treatment

Kate Middleton and Prince William have been immortalised in wax over at Madame Tussauds. The Duchess of Cambridge creation is wearing one of our favourite looks – that famous Jenny Packham gown, shown above. We also loved the Temperley London (which you can shop in Bicester Village!) black lace gown she was seen wearing at the War Horse Premiere in January. The debut of these royal couple waxworks in London precedes the launch of three other Duchess of Cambridge likenesses. These can be seen to be wearing the engagement announcement iconic blue Issa dress and showed off her sapphire-and-diamond ring purple McQueen from the BAFTA “Brits to Watch” event.

Top 100 fashion icons

Everyone from Coco Chanel to the Olsen twins get a mention on TIME magazine’s glittering list of fashion icons. There were the usual suspects such as Kate Moss et all, but this time there were also a few surprises – see the full list here.

Debut

Disturbing London, the debut clothing collection designed by Tinie Tempah has launched. Is the British music mogul following in the footsteps of Kanye West?

Easter offers!

Ohh Fred Perry shoes 50% off at Ingolstadt Village; discover the new Easter collection at the Lindt boutique at Fidenza Village, Selected spring items from Gant are 50%* off at Wertheim Village and check out the Reiss jacket and shoes as worn by Olivia Palermo on special offer at Kildare Village.

Karl Lagerfeld apologises to Adele?

Remember the whole incident between Karl Lagerfeld and Adele, we’re wondering did Lagerfeld really send Adele Chanel handbags as an apology?

Boutique openings

More reason to shop! Halcyon Days boutique now open at Bicester Village and DKNY has opened a new pop-up men’s boutique Kildare Village. Why not come down over the long weekend and visit?

Kane, Givenchy and Preen feature in ‘world’s first shoppable music video’

The video which features catwalks from the designers allows shoppers to point and click on a ‘hot spot’, which allows them to buy straight from the video. Clever, non?

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Posted by The Team - 3rd September 2014

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