The best and worst in fashion this week: Aquazzura, YSL, Gilda & Pearl and Lipsy

 

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We love…  Firm foundations

There’s a buzz around the new Fusion Ink Foundation by YSL, not least due to the 12,000-strong waiting list. Luckily, with its airbrush finish and impressive staying power, anyone lucky enough to get some shouldn’t be disappointed. £30.50, debenhams.com

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New Fusion Ink Foundation by YSL

 

We’re not sure about… Tina’s togs

This week the second collection designed by Michelle Keegan better known (before her untimely demise) as the long-suffering Corrie barmaid Tina McIntyre, drops into Lipsy. If body-con and pleather is your thing, it will be right up your street. From £28, lipsy.co.uk

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Second collection designed by Michelle Keegan

 

We’re buying…  Literary youth

Dr Harold Lancer is the famed dermatologist whose clients include Beyoncé and Scarlett Johansson. Now he’s sharing his ground-breaking 3-Step Method with mere mortals like us in his new book Younger.

£13.60, amazon.co.uk

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Dr Harold Lancer's book Younger

 

We can’t wait for… Fancy feet

Italian footwear brand Aquazzura has teamed up with Olivia Palermo for a capsule collection. Palermo’s accessory-wearing is street-style gold and this anticipated collection goes online on Wednesday.

From £375, net-a-porter.com

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Olivia Palermo for Aquazzura shoes

 

We’re saving up for… Old-school undies

Forget tatty trackies, Gilda & Pearl’s new collection, which has just dropped into Selfridges, is the stuff of lingerie legend. Inspired by old Hollywood, the silk kimonos and camisoles with delicate French lace will have you channelling a more  glamorous era.

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Gilda & Pearl’s new collection

From £50, selfridges.com

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