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1970s fashion

Trends & Subcultures

02 August 2017

The Seventies fashion legacy

Diane von Furstenberg once said, 'I design for the woman who loves being a woman.' This statement captures what 70s fashion was all about: freedom of expression and fierce individuality. Although characterised by a wide range of different trends, this era was also marked by its sense of flair – not to be confused with flares, although those were also a cornerstone of 1970s fashion.

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PVC Clothes

PVC Clothes: PVC Power Trend

Historically the sartorial domain of Catwoman and sex shops, PVC clothes are being rehabilitated on the catwalks by designers as diverse as Lanvin and Nina Ricci, as well as appearing in the wardrobes of numerous style icons.

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minimal trainers

The Best Minimal Trainers that Make a Statement

There's been an intriguing development on the autumn/winter 2016 catwalks. Minimal shoes – particularly trainers – have worked their way into high fashion. Coach and Philipp Plein both featured white designs at their AW16 shows, while trends like normcore and sports-luxe have long popularised minimal trainers.

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Nailing the block heel ankle boot trend

Nailing the block heel ankle boot trend

The catwalks have decided – for work and for play, the block heel ankle boot is the perfect sartorial choice. With its roots back in Roger Vivier’s 1965 Pilgrim Pump collection for YSL, the block heel has often been used as a way to subvert the norm and challenge the status quo.

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Khaki pants: the new street-luxe staple

Khaki pants: the new street-luxe staple

The latest street-style staple has officially arrived: khaki pants. With a sartorial presence everywhere from the biggest fashion blogs to the streets outside men’s Fashion Week, khaki pants for men and women might not seem like a particularly new idea at first glance – but this time round, they're being worn differently than ever before.

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belt trend

Belt Styles: How to wear them this season

For AW16, designers paid special attention to the belt. Whether it was tied paper-bag-style at Phillip Lim and Tibi, or took the form of a jumper nonchalantly thrown around the waist by Phoebe Philo for her end-of-show bow, belts for women played a key role in the autumn/winter 2016 catwalks.

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Beanie Hats

The Best Beanie Hats

Hats are back, in a big way. BCBG Max Azaria and Tommy Hilfiger embraced the 90s revival by sending colourful bucket hats down the catwalk in their respective SS16 shows, while fedoras featured in collections by DSquared2 and Diesel, and Gucci showcased pillar box and pom-pom designs.

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The Best Distressed Jeans

The Best Distressed Jeans

Distressed jeans are making a comeback. But we're not talking 80s-tastic, Bananarama bleached double denim here – it’s subtle fraying and artisan embellishments that have been dominating the catwalks since SS15.

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feminist icons

Trends & Subcultures

16 February 2017

The Most Stylish Feminist Icons

Strong feminist style icons have regularly defied social expectations, breaking fashion rules in the process. From Virginia Woolf to Angelina Jolie, women’s rights activists have transformed our world, as well as our wardrobes.

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burberry trench coat history

Trends & Subcultures

08 February 2017

History of the Burberry Trench

Everyone needs a Burberry trench coat in their wardrobe, that's a given. But to understand why this iconic piece has become such a quintessential piece of modern fashion, it is necessary to unearth the history of the Burberry trench coat.

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Fashion's Boldest Bikini Icons

Trends & Subcultures

08 February 2017

Fashion's Boldest: Bikini Icons

Since its inception 70 years ago, the simple bikini has become a summer staple. Fashion’s boldest bikini icons are now household names – just one mention of a 70s white two-piece and an image of Ursula Andress in Dr No is instantly conjured.

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A guide to sportswear style

Trends & Subcultures

16 January 2017

A guide to sportswear style

Luxe sportswear style isn’t going anywhere. Dirk Schönberger, Creative Director of the Adidas Sports Style Division declared, “it’s a moment of sportswear in fashion,” and it seems to be a lasting one.

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90s fashion trends

Trends & Subcultures

16 January 2017

90s fashion trends

90s fashion was dominated by two seemingly opposing aesthetics – high-fashion models and thrift shop chic. The polarised mix of glamour and grunge was representative of the radical changes society was facing.

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Cowboy boots 1

Trends & Subcultures

09 January 2017

Cowboy Boots: Heading to the Wild Side

A key trend for spring/summer 2016 in their diminutive ankle boot form, thigh-high or at least over-the-knee women’s cowboy boots, are a footwear staple for autumn/winter 2016 and beyond as well. We take a look at the latest iterations, offering tips on nailing the look with expert precision.

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Frieze Art Fair fashion 1

Trends & Subcultures

09 January 2017

Fashion from the Frieze Art Fair

Fashion at the Frieze Art Fair in London is an intrinsic element to the exhibitions, from industry high-rollers sponsoring events to attendees creating the latest street trends. We take an in-depth look at what this globally recognised event means for fashion as well as art.

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80s Style

Trends & Subcultures

09 January 2017

80s Style Outfits

From high-shine fabrics and outlandish ruffles to yoga-ready leggings and outsized knits, we're seeing 80s fashion trends coming back strong. We walk you through some of the iconic 80s fashion trends that are re-emerging on the catwalks and in your wardrobes.

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Fashion inspired by Pokemon GO!

Trends & Subcultures

09 January 2017

Fashion inspired by Pokemon GO!

Fashion inspired by Pokémon Go means the likes of Ponyta and Poliwhirl aren’t just lurking on the Strand or hovering in front of Vogue House: they’re on the catwalks, too. These colourful creatures have already conquered our smartphones, and now they’re invading our wardrobes.

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