The Fashion Audit: Duchess dresses/ Chilled to the bone/ Postcard prints
Monday 01 April 2013
Fans of the Issa label which famously includes the Duchess of Cambridge, will welcome news that a specially curated collection is now available online. It includes archived designs and reworked styles, all modelled by Olympia Campbell. Orange shift dress, £203, Issa; theoutnet.com
We're not sure about…
Chilled to the bone
With no sign of the summer in sight, we're fed up with the wintry weather. The unseasonable chill may have done wonders for knitwear companies such as Toft, whose bobble hats can be bought ready-made or unassembled, but we'd rather be thinking about swimwear. Pom Pom hat ready-made, £61; knitting kit, £31; thetoftalpacashop.co.uk
Just out is the new collaboration between queen of prints Mary Katrantzou and denim label Current/Elliott. The collection includes tailored separates and dresses featuring the statement prints inspired by foreign travel. Past printed denim skirt, £285, Mary Katrantzou X Current/Elliott; my-wardrobe.com
We're saving up for...
Stylist Charlotte Stockdale has collaborated with Jo Malone to create Charlotte's Corner, an exclusive installation at the brand's Selfridges concessions. You'll find illustrated textiles and vintage finds, plus a special edition of hero fragrance Red Roses, hand-dipped in neon paint. Red Roses Cologne Dipped Bottle, £120.
We can't wait for…
Online retailer Atterley Road is preparing to welcome a Scandinavian invasion with a host of stylish new labels joining the site. From 8 April brands including Second Female, Julie Brandt and Part Two will be available to buy . White lace dress, £80, Second Female; atterleyroad.com
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