The fashion audit: Fitness freaks, philanthropic fashion and cyber sales

 

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We love… Fitness freaks

Lululemon opened its first UK store last month in London, perfect timing for those worried about wearing a bikini in a few weeks. The Canadian yoga and athletic apparel brand is famous not just for its snazzy workout wear but also its in-house fitness classes.

lululemon.co.uk

We're not sure about… Katy and Claire's

Katy Perry has a reputation for her questionable fashion choices – blue hair and flesh-toned rubber dresses, anyone? Nevertheless news of a collaborative range with Claire's Accessories was greeted enthusiastically by teenyboppers.

From £5, claires.co.uk

We're buying… Philanthropic fashion

River Island has teamed up with the international charity War Child to raise money for children affected by war. The "Come Together" T-shirt, made famous by John Lennon, is available for men, women and children.

£18 for adults, riverisland.com

We can't wait for… Cyber sales

Luxury e-tailer stylebop.com has reached 10 years in the business of selling fancy clobber. To celebrate, it has commissioned special one-off collaborations with designers including Missoni.

Available from Thursday, stylebop.com

We're visiting… Kaz's new crib

Karen Millen has opened its largest stores yet; one here in Knightsbridge and the other across the pond on New York's Fifth Avenue. Shaking off its WAG reputation, the new store includes an in-house bespoke service. karenmillen.com

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