Fashion: Candy kisses

Passionate kissing on city streets is optional, but your clothes this summer should be unashamedly romantic - flouncy dresses, silky skirts, skimpy vests, slinky shirts, all in delicate, candy-coloured fabrics

Right: she wears Hawaiian pinafore dress, pounds 155, by Paul Smith, from Harvey Nichols, London SW1, 0171 235 5000, or Paul Smith, 10 Byard Lane, Nottingham, 0171 739 7133; gold bracelets (set of six), pounds 295, by Wright & Teague, from Liberty, London W1, 0171 629 2777, Sheila Miller, Princes Sq, Glasgow, 0141 221 1248; bangle, pounds 25, and ring, pounds 30, both from Tateossian, enq 0171 351 5671; enamel rings, pounds 45, by Kath Foster, and Buddha necklace, pounds 195, by Betony Vernon, both from Liberty, as before.

He wears shirt, pounds 46, by Jigsaw, 27 Brook St, London W1, 29 Market St, Newcastle, enq 0171 499 2521; matt silver rings, pounds 90 each, by Diana Flurter, from Liberty, as before

Above right: she wears khaki sweatshirt, pounds 60, by Sportmax, 132 New Bond St, London W1, House of Fraser, Manchester, enq 0171 287 3434; wrap print skirt, pounds 200, by Julien Macdonald, from The Fashion Gallery, 8 Clarenden Terr, London W11, 0171 289 8220; jewellery, as before. He wears beige shirt, pounds 180, by Copperwheat Blundell, from Selfridges, London W1, 0171 629 1234, or Corniche, 2 Jeffrey St, Edinburgh, 0131 556 3707; khaki vest, pounds 99, by Helmut Lang, from Liberty, as before; navy cotton trousers, pounds 175, by Issey Miyake, from Jones, 13 Floral St, London WC2, 0171 240 8312; jewellery, as before

Below left: she wears organza camisole, pounds 135, by Ghost, 36 Ledbury Rd, London W11, 0181 960 3121; knitted skirt, pounds 315, by Missoni, from Harvey Nichols, as before; shoes, to order from Thierry Mugler, 0171 629 7020; jewellery, as before.

He wears T-shirt, pounds 22.95, by Sun & Sand, from The Dipensary, 25 Pembridge Rd, London W11; wool drawstring trousers, pounds 190, by Copperwheat Blundell, as before; shoes, pounds 55, by DKNY, from Russell & Bromley stores nationwide, enq 0171 629 6903

Top: she wears candy-stripe silk shift dress, pounds 365, by Bella Freud, from Tendenza, 8 South Molton St, London W1, 0171 355 3080; burgundy pumps, pounds 27.99, by Converse Allstars, stockists nationwide, enq 01372 731 343; jewellery, as before; ankle bracelets model's own.

He wears white cotton semi-sheer chevron shirt, pounds 195 to order from Richard Nicoll, enq 07979 736 126; red raw edged vest, pounds 65, by Raf Simons at Harvey Nichols, as before, Strand, 17-18 Princess Sq, Newcastle, 0191 261 8089; jeans, pounds 179, by Helmut Lang at Selfridges, as before; Desert trek shoes, pounds 49, by Clarks, from stores nationwide, enq 0990 785 886

Below left: she wears acetate embroidered top, pounds 280, to order from Leena Similu, 0171 737 4977; red vest, pounds 13, by Benetton, branches nationwide; denim hot pants, pounds 29, by Strenesse, from branches nationwide, enq 0171 287 6767; jewellery, as before.

He wears lilac shirt, pounds 280, by Versus at Versace Jeans Couture, 113-115 New Bond St, London W1, 0171 355 2700, Versace Collections, The Italian Centre, 162 Ingram St, Glasgow, 0141 552 6510; khaki trousers, pounds 179, by Helmut Lang at Liberty, as before

Below right: she wears pink net angel top, pounds 190, by Copperwheat Blundell at Liberty, as before, Corniche, as before; jeans, pounds 95, by Helmut Lang, from Harvey Nichols, as before; belt, stylist's own; jewellery, as before.

He wears white mesh T-shirt, pounds 100, grey shorts, pounds 120, both by Raf Simons, as before

STYLIST'S ASSISTANT: NATHAN ROGERS

HAIR: SHINYA AT CUTS

MAKE-UP: ALEXSANDRA BYRNE USING NARS

MODEL: SANNA AT BOOKINGS AND MIKA AT TAKE TWO

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