The Fashion Audit: Clarks, brosiery, Tommy Ton, Diana's dresses and Bjørg Nordli-Mathisen

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We Love: Clarks

The Fashion Audit isn't the only one that loves this traditional British make's Originals collection – Prince Harry and Rihanna have both supported the brand of late. The new Sportswear range for men is set to become as much of a classic as its forebears.

£90, Foot Patrol, 020 7287 8094

We're not sure about: Brosiery

Certain fashion types will pounce on anything that ushers a new portmanteau into the lexicon – surely that's the reason Emilio Cavallini's newly launched unisex hosiery, or "mantyhose", is proving surprisingly popular.

We're buying: It's in the bag

Known for his candid take on street style photography, Tommy Ton has branched out into accessory design, collaborating with Club Monaco for a limited edition range of unisex handbags. The durable designs are crafted from British Millerain waxed cotton twill.

£280, Harvey Nichols, 020 7235 5000

We can't wait for: Diana's dresses

Part of a £12m rejuvenation of Kensington Palace, later this month the Royal residence will reopen to the public with a display of some of the Princess' most memorable dresses, charting a fashion evolution which took place in the public eye.

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We're saving up for: Bjørg again

Norwegian designer Bjørg Nordli-Mathisen's romantically gothic pieces have been garnering plaudits for a little while now. New to boutique Kabiri, this delicate rose-gold plated cuff is worth forking out for.

£439, Bjørg,