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- 27th May 2011
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This week has seen the release of the hotly anticipated second album from the world’s most talked about musician – Lady Gaga, with Born This Way. Yet, for anyone who’s seen Gaga lately sporting razor sharp, pronounced cheekbones and angular shoulders, it would appear she was born anything but this way.…
- 25th May 2011
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Spot the difference! Topshop left / Prada right
I could very easily make some lame joke about Prada making the fashion world go bananas, but if I read one more of those I might cry. However, to be fair, the colourful and quirky SS11 collection did grace a record 48 covers, ensuring that its influence this season is both undeniable and omnipresent.…
- 20th May 2011
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London Role Play The PM Gallery has a rare and beautiful Madame Yevonde and Neeta Madahar exhibition. Both artists are acclaimed for taking stunning portraits of women.
PM Gallery Ending: 3 July
New York Super Stars: Quilts from the American Folk Art Museum In celebration of the year of the quilt (who knew?) the American Folk Art Museum has gathered together a collection of quilts spanning the past 3 centuries.…
- 19th May 2011
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Taking the trend we covered yesterday to new lengths – how about prints entirely head to toe?! Spotted this morning at the fashion hot spot that is Waterloo Station, the above images illustrates that this trend can look great. So, should the less daring of us prepare ourselves for a print overload?…
- 17th May 2011
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It’s a revival that some of us didn’t expect (or want) to ever see again. It’s loud, proud and apparently, it’s selling.
Pants or trousers, call them what you choose, are very much in the spotlight at the moment. Right off the back of our wide leg trend last week, we offer you… the printed pant.…
- 13th May 2011
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We’ve rounded up the top events across the globe this weekend to give you some inspiration and insight into future trends, next season and beyond.
This weekend, take a trip down to the National gallery for the Bridget Riley exhibition. Her sharp, clean, graphical style will provide great inspiration for the upcoming prints and shapes of the SS12 collections, in particular the ‘rejuvenate’ trend that we mentioned previously.…