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Stella McCartney creates t-shirts featuring Kate Moss and The Beatles for Red Nose Day

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on January 31st, 2013

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Stella McCartney’s t-shirt designs for this year’s Red Nose Day have been unveiled.

Reprising her role from 2009, McCartney has given Kate Moss, Marilyn Monroe, The Beatles and Tommy Cooper a red-nosed makeover this year in order to raise funds for Comic Relief.

The t-shirts – all manufactured in Africa using Fairtrade-certified cotton – will be sold exclusively at TK Maxx nationwide from today, with prices ranging from £5.99 for long-sleeved tops in kids’ sizes to £14.99 for a fitted women’s t-shirt.

Red Nose Day 2013 takes place on Friday, 15 March.



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Celia Birtwell collaborates with Uniqlo

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on January 30th, 2013

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Designer Celia Birtwell is following in the footsteps of Orla Kiely, Lulu Guinness and Laura Asley, and is collaborating with Japanese chain Uniqlo.

Her signature floral prints will be found on a  capsule collection of t-shirt, vests, cropped palazzo pants and bags which will be in store from 21 March.

Prices will range from £10 for bags to around£30 for a dress.

 



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Stylist Katie Grand creates bright collection for accessories label Hogan

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on January 29th, 2013

Hue and cry trainers, £355

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Katie Grand – stylist extraordinaire and friends to the stars – has created a capsule collection for accessories label Hogan. Fittingly called Gang, Grand has enlisted some of her famous friends for the campaign shots, including Cara Delevigne, Edie Campbell and Linda Evangelista.

The collection consists of several brightly coloured wedge trainers, a pair of ballet pumps with hearts and eye-catching bags in pop-art colours. The little heart motifs are a visual reference to Love, the bi-annual style magazine Grand edits.

Speaking about the collection Grand told The Independent: “I was keen to bring a fresh sense of femininity, which is why I’ve used so much of that intense shade of pink – that has always been a favourite of mine: it’s feminine in a way that’s lively and fiery rather than demure.”

What do you think of the pieces? Is £355 too much to pay for a pair of trainers?



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Meadham Kirchhoff for Amazon

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on December 17th, 2012

We’ll admit it: Amazon isn’t really the first place that pops into our heads when we get a sudden urge to update our wardrobe.

Perhaps most known for its fantastic selection of books (yes we still by paperbacks!), the online retailer aims to position itself as the go-to-place for online fashion (and everything else) with the recent launch of their new Premium Store. But that is not all. Jumping on the trend of designer collaborations (as seen with H&M and other high street stores), Amazon has also unveiled its exclusive collaboration with London-based Meadham Kirchhoff.

The capsule collection consists of four sweaters with quirky designs for £75 each.

 



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The Kardashian Kollection: Kim and Kourtney launch exclusive range with Dorothy Perkins

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on November 9th, 2012

Kardashian fever is about to hit the UK, as the famous sisters team up with Dorothy Perkins for a exclusive clothing range.

Kim and Kourtney flew in to London last night to join Sir Philip Green at the London nightspot Aqua. Dressed in a figure hugging mini dresses (we expect nothing less from her), Kim braved the London chill to show off her famous curves – and rather orange legs. Less spraytan next time Kim! Her older sister, Kourtney opted for a more demure look, covering up in a high-neck chiffon dress from the Kollection.

Looking at the range in full, there are some items that would work for the average British woman, and some that should just stay in Reality TV world. We’re not sold on the bodycon gold dresses – a bit too in your face sparkly for our liking – but the skinny jeans and pencil skirts  might just work for our curves.

Check out a selection of the items below and shop the full Kardashian Kollecton on the Dorothy Perkins website.

Kardashian Kollection

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Matches launches designer charity t-shirts that celebrate all things British

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on July 19th, 2012

To celebrate all things British this year, with the Jubilee and the London 2012 Olympics putting the isles firmly on the map – and to support The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund – Matches has collaborated with some of Britain’s most notable London-based designers to create a collection of exclusive t-shirts.

Erdem, Holly Fulton, the designer and illustrator behind cult magazine ‘Herself’, Richard Nicoll, Roksanda Illincic, Jonathan Saunders, JW Anderson and Mary Katrantzou have all designed unique t-shirts for the charity project, with the latter three offering menswear tees too.

Ruth Chapman, CEO of Matches Fashion, says, “As a London based retailer with a wide range of International clients, we wanted to celebrate London in 2012 and asked some of our most creative and innovative British designers to partner with us on this project, which also gives something back to our city. I’m very proud of this beautiful collection of limited edition t-shirts and that with the proceeds we can support The Dispossessed Fund to fight poverty in London”.

The t-shirts are sold exclusively at Matches stores and online for £60.

[First published on Hippyshopper.com]



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Get summer pretty with Ciel Liberty Print eco lingerie

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on July 12th, 2012

Whether you’re heading to the beach or just staying at home (well you might be better off going abroad with the summer weather we’ve been having here in Britain), these Liberty print lingerie sets will look darling – and they’re eco conscious too!

Eco fashion label Ciel has teamed up with quintessential London store Liberty to re-issue these gorgeous Liberty printed camisole and knickers. The capsule lingerie collection is made from sensuous silk and organic cotton. The camisole and knickers sets are available in Indian tribal feather headdress print in shell pink with denim or hot pink with taupe and black, or Stars & Unicorn in creamy peach with taupe print on a black background.

The camisoles are priced at £54.95 and knickers at £24.95 and are available to buy from By Nature.

[via Hippyshopper]



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Fashion Analysis: Marni for H&M collection

By Andrea Petrou on March 14th, 2012

If you didn’t fancy braving the queues and the cold to get your hands on the latest H&M designer collaboration with Marni or didn’t have much luck with the queue style website system then you’ll probably hate us today.

The capsule collection may have launched, and been snapped up quicker than you can say “credit card” but we thought the range deserved a mention anyway. Partly because of the detailing and intricacy involved.

Like Marni’s main collection, rich fabrics dominated the range appearing on voluminous skirts, silk tops and flimsy summer dresses.

The styling was less aimed at the teen market, which went crazy for H&M’s Versace collaboration, and more for a mature audience. Hemline’s were longer and tops looser.

However, they did reflect H&M’s audience with slimmer cuts and brighter, bolder colours.

Key items included the leather bag as well as statement Marni patterned scarves.
If you hurry you might still be able to get your hands on a few pieces from the range. Failing that there’s eBay.

See the gallery below for some of our fave pieces from the collection.

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ShinyStyle Loves: Versace for H&M Cruise Collection

By Andrea Petrou on December 15th, 2011

Versace for H&M Cruise Collection

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H&M team up with Marni for highstreet collaboration

By Andrea Petrou on November 29th, 2011

H&M are teaming up with Marni for a new collection.

The high street retailer are joining forces with the Italian fashion house for their latest designer collaboration, with the label’s Founder and Creative Director Consuelo Castiglioni creating affordable men and womenswear for the company’s spring collection.

Speaking about the collection, Consuelo said: “I wanted to create a true Marni wardrobe by revisiting all our favourite pieces in signature fabrics and prints. As always, I love juxtaposing prints and colours, mixing modern tribal with Bauhaus graphic adding sporty utilitarian elements”.

The collection will go on sale on March 8 in 260 stores worldwide and online and H&M are thrilled with the products.

Margareta van den Bosch, Creative Advisor for H&M said: “We all love the collection here at H&M and we believe that our customers will do the same. Marni has such a modern touch with everything they do, mixing prints and accessories in a playful but chic way. It’s fantastic to see how Consuelo Castiglioni coordinates her designs, matching new combinations of print and colour, with such incredible craftsmanship behind every piece. The collection will arrive in stores at just the perfect time, as a lovely statement for spring.”

The Marni collection is the latest designer collaboration for H&M, having previously teamed up with Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney, Comme des Garcons, Jimmy Choo, Lanvin, and most recently Versace.



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Whitney Port is the new face of Very AW11

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on November 2nd, 2011

Having made her fame – and turned herself into a LA style icon and fashion designer for her own brand Whitney Eve – through reality TV show The Hills, Whitney Port has now set her eyes on conquering Britain by becoming the latest celebrity to front a collection for Very.co.uk.

Joining Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby, who both design for the brand, Whitney is the face of the Autumn Winter 2011/12 capsule collection for the Love Label and Love Label Luxe.

The collection is very seventies inspired and is part glam, part hippie. We’re big fans of Very’s Love label as it offers affordable yet beautiful designs. Love Label prices range from £8 to £75 and Love Label Luxe ranges from £38 to £120.

Whitney Port for Very

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ShinyStyle Loves: Simone Rocha for Topshop

By Andrea Petrou on November 1st, 2011

We heart Topshop at the best of times but when it adds a quirky collection from a designer we love it even more. Simone Rocha has come up with a funky range of workwear, with a netted and cable knit twist.

Her clean-cut shirt finds a new lease of life with neon gauze-like sleeves and her beautiful blazer with cable knit sleeves will warm while it keeps you cool.

Get a piece of the collection from Topshop now.

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H&M team up with the costume designer from ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ to create a capsule collection inspired by protagonist Lisbeth Salander

By Andrea Petrou on October 27th, 2011

H&M have collaborated with the costume designer from ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ to create a capsule collection inspired by protagonist Lisbeth Salander.

Trish Summerville has created all the outfits for Lisbeth (played by Rooney Mara) in the US adaptation of the Swedish film and she revealed she jumped at the chance to give the troubled heroine’s clothes a more “realistic fashion feel” for the Swedish retailer.

She told WWD: “We put a lot of aged-in washes and finishes, which goes along the lines of the Salander character. In the film, her clothes are quite extreme. They’re really worn down, they’re dirty. So for us, it was taking that kind of concept and giving it more of a realistic fashion feel.”

Anna Norling, division designer at H&M, said the company wanted to make Lisbeth’s clothes more flattering and feminine.

She explained: “We were really strongly inspired by the film and especially by Trish’s styling, but the collection wouldn’t have looked as it does without H&M, because we added the fashion point of view. I’m very happy with the result and I know that Trish is as well.”

Items in the range include tribal-style earrings, a leather jacket, which comes in washed black or deep burgundy, hoodies and lace-up boots.

The collection will make its debut at Paris boutique Colette on November 28.



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ShinyStyle loves: Versace for H&M – get a sneak peak of the collection here

By Andrea Petrou on October 20th, 2011

Versace for H&M

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Cheryl Cole has designed her own shoe line

By emilyborrett on September 15th, 2011

Cheryl Cole has made her first dainty steps into the world of fashion design, as she’s just designed her first ever shoe collection.

Cheryl, everyone’s favourite Geordie lass, is collaborating with the fashion site StylistPick.com to create her new line of limited edition shoes – and it’ll go on sale in December. We’re usually sceptical about celebrities attempting fashion design but we might leave a space on our Christmas lists, just in case..

StylistPick’s creative officer Juliet Warkentin said: “We are thrilled to be working with Cheryl. Cheryl is the style icon and is amazingly warm, a quality that has made her the nation’s favourite. We believe that the launch will have a huge fashion impact; establishing fashion’s greatest influencer as a major force in fashion design and further democratising fashion.”

Lovely little Cheryl has remembered that her fans aren’t as rich as she is and made the collection affordable as well as glam, having overseen the entire design process herself “from concept to design and packaging”.

Girls, it’s time to start learning how to totter in our heels like Cheryl. ARE YOU READY?




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