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4th March, 2014
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has declared chunky-chain chokers the must-own accessory for spring, by sporting a heavy metal neckpiece not once, not twice, but three times during fashion month! Kim Kardashian's also been getting in on the action when she worked hers last week with a low ponytail and minimal white top.
The bling accessory is the best way to update pretty pastels, and looks cool teamed with an oversized bomber or a high-neck blouse – and, erm, basically everything else too.
By Katie Yiannakis
3rd March, 2014
With pastel midi-skirts, cool co-ords and dreamy pastels, every piece is cut to flatter the figure and seriously deliver in the fashion stakes. We almost lost count of the trends the 'Plus' range is nailing, from quilting and jacquard to culottes and skorts, all in sizes 16-24. Our fave pieces are the illusion dresses and skirts, as well as the amazing woven jumpsuits which will take you straight from the office to the dancefloor.
With prices starting at just £10, it's a huge relief to know that new styles are dropping daily – although we doubt they'll be hanging around for long...
By Hannah Banks-Walker
3rd March, 2014
Think bold jungle prints in luxe silk and organza, on pretty prom dresses and the coolest co-ords imaginable. Style icon EC explained: "The print that I created for Zalando is inspired by nature. In my own collections, I use a lot of naturally derived designs. This time I focused on romantic and feminine creations. The print expresses good times and energy. That’s why I chose bold greens, blues and yellows.”
The print-tastic pieces are all made in Italy with pure luxury in mind, which explains the £100+ price tags – but we reckon the quality and major style points earned will more than justify the splurge…
We’ll take the sheer bomber, swishy culottes and matching tee, thanks!
By Katie Yiannakis
3rd March, 2014
The Hollywood elite brought their wardrobe A-game to the Oscars red carpet last night, making picking our favourites one seriously tough call. It was no surprise that Lupita Nyong’o was the main contender in the style stakes after wowing with a series of knockout looks in the red carpet run up to the big night. The 12 Years A Slave actress led the charge in a pale blue Prada confection, which she said she chose because the colour reminded her of the Nairobi sky. Letting the plunging, pleated floor sweeper do the talking, the Best Actress in a Supporting Role winner accessorised with a simple gold headband – and gave Michelle Obama a run for her money in the amazingly-toned-arm stakes.
Our second favourite from came from the night's other big winner, Cate Blanchett. Taking home the Best Actress gong for Blue Jasmine, the usually directional Cate went decidedly girlie for this year’s ceremony. Ever on the money though, her custom-made, Swarovski crystal-adorned Armani Privé dress tapped right into spring’s 3D, appliqué floral trend.
Bringing the colour in a sea of pale and pastel gowns was Jennifer Lawrence. Predictably, the American Hustle star's blood-orange peplum frock came courtesy of Dior, but when it packs this much Oscar wow factor, we say long may the French fashion house’s love-in with the actress continue. Even a red-carpet tumble – yep, Jen stacked it at the Oscars for the second year in a row – couldn’t stop her oozing elegance.
Dark horse Kate Hudson rounded up our top four hot frocks. Absent from the red carpet of late, she knocked it out of the ballpark on Oscar night in a dramatic Atelier Versace creation. The caped shoulder, plunging neckline and sweeping train teamed with Kate’s golden locks made for a combo that was pure old Hollywood glamour. Always guaranteed to get the thumbs up on Oscar night.
Well done ladies, we knew you wouldn’t let us down.
By Gemma Gow
28th February, 2014
Christian Dior is always one of the most exciting catwalk shows on the fashion calendar. The anticipation of head designer Raf Simons' new collection is always unbearable, but today – finally – the wait was over and we could spend a while in Dior Dreamland, lusting over the latest AW14 collection.
And we can't get enough of the colours. There were teal and wine-red trouser suits with coats slung over arms in vivid fuchsia pink, electric blue and eye-popping yellow.
Some of our fave looks were for evening, like the pink quilted top matched with a red asymmetric skirt, which made us swoon, while the sheer silk navy dress layered over an embroidered white tee was just heavenly. We also can’t stop swooning over the LBD according to Dior – flashes of blue and white lace-up detail transformed timeless black dresses.
We can’t wait to see if Jennifer Lawrence is sporting one of these divine dresses at the Oscars on Sunday. What we wouldn't give for our very own piece of Dior…
By Hannah Banks-Walker.