Author: Karen Grace

Look Beautiful in Blue for Chester’s May Festival – what to wear

May Festival – what to wear: The Boodles May Festival at Chester is again set to bring ‘oodles of excitement, fun and of course an excuse to strut your fashionable style. So spring into action and start planning your Ladies’ Day race outfit. The culotte jumpsuit is still a winner in the fashion stakes especially when teamed with one of the top trends of the season – the ruffle. Coast’s Jojo culotte jumpsuit is adorned with layers of cascading ruffles along the top and will dazzle the racing crowd with its cobalt blue shade. Price £119. A trick to...

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London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018: Tartan Highlights

London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018: Tartan is always a winner for the winter season and 2018 is no exception. Here are our tartan highlights. Malan Breton – Titled ‘Omega’, Breton is inspired by the end of a journey as this last Greek letter signifies. His collection shows a dark side taking inspiration from the myth of the four horsemen of the apocalypse – all gloriously dressed including a black, white and red wool tartan coat dress complete with black leather riding boots. Take note – the Breton lady means business! Photography by Simon Armstrong. Markus Lupfer adds playfulness to his...

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London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018: Starry Collections

London Fashion Week A/W 2018: Two fashion designers reached for the stars as their inspiration for their Autumn/Winter 2018 collections. Apu Jan Titled ‘Drifting in a Million Stars’ the collection tells a story about the distance between the stars. Just a note – look closely and you can see Eclipse Fashion Editor (blonde hair) on the front row of the above image! Sorry we were drifting ourselves – now back to drifting in a million stars! Tiny dots and sparkles remind us of the stars in the sky but Apu links them together emulating the connection with friends and family...

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London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018: Passion for Pink

London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018: Another popular colour trend on show was Pink in many guises. Designer and illustrator Amy Thomson’s colour palette is all shades of pink ranging from pale rose and baby pink to bold fuchsia with just touches of royal blue and lilacs. Titled ‘Chasin’ Dreams’ the collection presents a character based on a profession seen from a child’s perspective. How does a teacher, a baker, nurse or fashion designer look like through the eyes of a child? Fabrics are silks, faux fur, metallic leathers all adorned with bows, ribbons and frills. Headwear is a collaboration...

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London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018: Lady in Red

London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018: Red looks set to be the hot colour of the autumn/winter season as many designers chose to dress their models top to toe in this fiery hue. Paula Knorr Knorr plays with the impact of intimacy and sensuality in female dressing. She creates a collection that showcases her own vision of what empowered and sensual dressing can be today, featuring body hugging silhouettes to turtlenecks and voluminous trousers. Fabrics and materials include velvet printed tulle, heavy sequins and soft wools. Mix of models exclusively cast from Linden & Straub to celebrate the female sensuality and...

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