LC:M Trend Report – The Very Simon G

Posted by Tara Walsh - 21st June 2014

Guest blogger, The Very Simon G gave us his trend predictions before London Collections: Mens and now that it’s over, was he right? Simon tells us everything we need to know about what men will be wearing spring/summer 2015! It’s all over for another six months, and what a whirlwind London Collections: Men spring/summer 2015 [...]

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City-break chic with fashion blogger, Laura Byrnes

Posted by Tara Walsh - 16th June 2014

Summer has arrived and with it, the holidays and breaks that we relish, too. But there’s a problem: the packing. We’ve never met anyone who enjoys packing for a holiday, so we took the opportunity to talk to seasoned traveller and fashion blogger, Laura Byrnes about what she’ll be packing for a chic city break [...]

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The Very Simon G talks florals and fashion for #ChicGoesWild!

Posted by Tara Walsh - 3rd April 2014

Fashion blogger, Simon Glazin from The Very Simon G knows a thing or two about trends and talks to us about this season’s must-have print, florals. Miranda Priestly’s retort in The Devil Wears Prada: “Florals, for spring. Groundbreaking!” is one of those rare lines in a movie that has stuck. It’s still remembered and repeated [...]

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Scarves, the essential spring accessory

Posted by Barbara Kenga - 27th March 2014

The scarf, along with its counterparts the shawl, wrap, pashmina, snood or even chèche, to name a few, is a must for any wardrobe. Spring is a time when scarves really come into their own. Under sunny skies, it’s more than tempting to take off a jacket and keep the scarf. Scarves are multifunctional, that’s [...]

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Cashmere for every season

Posted by Barbara Kenga - 12th March 2014

What’s that, we’re talking about cashmere even as spring inches ever closer?  Believe it. Let’s take a look at a material whose biggest advantage is that it can work for any season. Why? A cashmere garment can be composed of a varying number of threads. This doesn’t change the clothing’s quality, only its thickness. That’s [...]

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