Aztec Jacquard Shirt – Topshop – £45.00
Doraona silk and wool-blend peplum skirt – Malene Birger – £225
Spitfire Hiteque Sunglasses – Tortoise Shell – Lazy Oaf – £24.00
George Peep Toe Shoe Boots – Topshop – £75.00
Leather Pouch – Jil Sander – £210
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As part of its continuing support of Graduate Fashion Week, George at Asda has recruited a number of students to create styles for the label G21 Talent.
The G21 Talent label is the first of its kind in the UK and features a series of limited edition, catwalk-inspired collections designed by handpicked, fashion designers. The full collection being available exclusively in George stores nationwide and on George.com, and is modeled by Laura Witmore.
Each graduate has been fully mentored through the design process, working from George’s London-based Carnaby Street design headquarters. They’ve immersed themselves in every area of the design process from attending catwalk shows to travelling the globe for inspiration. The graduates will now see their winning designs being sold internationally as George.com is expanding delivery into no less than 24 countries in Europe.
What do you think
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New York blog The Awl has unearthed what is quite possibly the world’s most expensive T-shirt.
A crocodile and chiffon T-shirt from Hermès menswear will currently set you back a staggering $91,500 (£60,280). We’re pretty sure you can buy a house for that price.
The t-shirt will only be accessible to people with more money than sense. We predict seeing this on the back of Kanye West.
What do you think?
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Still no sign of Spring then?
Two-tone silk shirt – Victoria Beckham – £825
Wool-felt duffle coat – Burberry Brit – £595
Brown Bear iPhone 5 case – Moschino – £40
850 embellished leather-paneled mid-rise skinny jeans – J Brand – £660
Tiger-print nylon packaway shopper – Kenzo – £60
Black chunky buckle wedges – River Island – £60
Maybe next week Spring?
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Beyoncé is the new face of the Swedish fashion giant, H&M for thier summer campaign, which will include TV commercials and print ads as well as billboards.
The campaign has been shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin,
‘It was a beautiful shoot on a tropical island. It felt more like making a video than a commercial,’ Beyoncé tells WWD. There’s an accompanying video too, directed by Jonas Åkerlund, and just like Lana Del Rey before her, Beyoncé has provided the soundtrack with a new song called ‘Standing on the Sun.’ Beyonce has also had a hand in designing some of looks too.
‘They are full of her own personal style,’ Ann-Sofie Johansson, head of design at H&M, tells WWD. And true to H&M’s conscious initatives, a quarter of sales from the tie-dye bikini will be donated to the WaterAid charity.
The collection will be available in stores and online from May.
What do you think?
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