The Fashion Audit: The finer things, featherweight, and Debenhams duty free
What we love, we're not sure about, we're buying and can't wait for...
We love: The finer things
This new, online-only British brand offers beautiful fine jewellery ranging from delicate every-day designs to expensive one-off pieces.
Prices range from £100 to £7,000, tomassa.com
We're not sure about: Featherweight
Apparently a festival must-have, this cuff sits behind your ear so only the feathers are seen. Presumably to mimic the plumage of a bedraggled bird and create a Boho look that The Audit thought was as dead as the dodo.
We're buying: Watch this space
Fashion East alums Sibling and Maarten van der Horst have teamed up with Casio to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the G-Shock watch. Rather fittingly, the two styles will be available exclusively from the brand's East End location.
£250, Unit 3, Dray Walk, E1 6QL
We can't wait for: Brights for babes
Admittedly budget busting for most of us, those who can afford to dress in Roksanda Ilincic's signature colour-pop dresses can soon do the same for their daughters as the designer launches her first childrens-wear collection later this month.
Navy/blue dress £270, Yellow dress £235 or Red dress £260, liberty.co.uk
We're stocking up on: Debenhams duty free
Holidaying at home is still all the rage, meaning that most are missing out on that annual duty-free stock up. Debenhams has come to rescue of bare bathroom cabinets by taking the taxman's share off at the tills.
Until 5 August, debenhams.com
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