Anna Dello Russo at H&M
High Street collaborations have created some amazing partnerships – Preen and Debenhams, Mary Katrantzou, Mark Fast, Ashish and Topshop, Roland Mouret at Gap and Clements Ribeiro at Evans.
But the Cilla Black of fashion marriages; combining style-stealth and limited wealth, remains H&M. Pairing with the likes of Stella McCartney, Karl Lagerfield, Lanvin, Versace and Jimmy Choo; H&M have proved themselves as the tour de force of perfect pairings, and the lastest addition to their stable of designer wear at high street prices looks likely to cause yet another stilleto stampede! Anna Dello Russo – style Maverick and legendary Fashion Director – gets set to bring her special touch to an exclusive line of accessories for …
Hayley Menzies' Guide to London
This week London based designer Hayley Menzies opens up her little black book to reveal her favourite shopping haunts.
Chic and Seek – I pop to the Chic and Seek mews house which is bursting with pre loved designer goodies for a snip of the original price! I have just bought a Chloe coat, Burberry shades and Alaia boots and have my eye on an amazing Prada evening gown!
(ABOVE: Chic and Seek)
Bex Rox – for jewellery. I love her statement jewellery and recently bought a box cuff and the Kissing Seahorse chain.
IOW Festival Style
As festival season gets into full swing, it’s going to take more than a drowning sky to dampen the spirits of the fashion fabulous. View London took to the fields of the Isle of Wight festival to bring you a round-up of some of the attending fashionistas stylish take on festival flair.
ABOVE LEFT: Helen Bartlett from Hastings works her look around an amazing stripy Comme des Garcon jumper and funky belt. Just goes to show you don’t have to go all out hippie or grunge to be festival fabulous, top marks Helen!
ABOVE RIGHT: 17-year-olds Maddie Martin and Katie Blacklook style Ragged Priest shorts with a mix of Vintage pieces from LA and Topshop. Tousled locks, ubiquitous Hunter Wellies and a slick of red lippie ensure these two …
Ziggy Gilsenan's Festival Essentials
No one wants to lug the unnecessary across plains of mud, so what should you pack to keep festival fashion melt-down at bay? We asked the first lady of festival Ziggy Gilsenan, co-founder of Bestival and Camp Bestival, which 5 must have items she’ll be making sure are tucked in her rucksack.
1. You can’t go wrong with a pair of vintage sunglasses. Perfect for hiding late nights and welcoming early mornings.
2. Dry shampoo – you can never have enough of this, covers up a multitude of hair sins and gives tousled, sweet smelling hair in a couple of blasts.
3. Pack everything in a utility bag with pockets galore, preferably with a long strap so you can sling everything in it, sling it across you and forget about it.
4. Lip balm – a festival essential, sun burn, wind or even rain …
The heavens have opened, the ground is sodden, mud rules – it can only mean one thing – festival time fast approaches!
Ignoring the grey skies and poor weather conditions, festival revelers prepare to shine, regardless of the lack of sun. Stylish (with a hint of practicality) fashion for festivals has become an important addition to any wardrobe and standing out from the uniformed welly/shorts wearing brigade isn’t always easy…
We've searched high and low for the unique and exquisite bringing you festival fashion accessories with a twist – fabulous, fun and flirty and certainly far from grey, dull and predictable!
Whether its pouring with rain or baking hot, everyone needs something to adorn their heads and keep unbrushed and less than squeaky clean hair at bay. BUT throw those …
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