The Fashion Audit: Little Miss Stella; Barbie baggage; Superdry suits; Rosie Huntington-Whiteley; Versace
What we love, we're not sure about, we're buying and can't wait for...
We love: Stella the star
Not content with merely coming from a famous family in real life, lucky Stella McCartney has been adopted into Roger Hargreaves' Mr Men posse. Jealous is not the word. Free with childrenswear purchases over £150, stellamccartney.com
We're not sure about: Barbie baggage
Packing your own lunch may be more acceptable these days, what with almost everyone being a secret foodie and/or on the breadline, but The Audit is pretty sure that if the doll did dine al desko, then carbs would probably not be on the menu.
We're buying: Suits you sir
Superdry's logoed sports-inspired signatures may may not be as popular as they once were, but a collaboration with tailor Timothy Everest shows that the brand knows its stuff. With a high-end high-street feel, this collection of suits and separates is sure to do well. From £75, superdry.com
We can't wait for: Coming up Rosie
The supermodel/actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley can now add lingerie designer to her ever-growing résumé, as her debut collection for M&S became the pants purveyor's fastest selling ever. Weep not if you didn't get your hands on any – another collection arrives in October. marksandspencer.com
We're saving up for: Viva Versace
Having returned to the couture schedule with a show at The Ritz in Paris earlier this year, and its signature baroque being one of the season's key trends, Versace is very much having a "moment" and has launched an e-commerce flagship to celebrate. Give us one of everything. versace.com
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