The Fashion Audit: Urban Sprawl, Victimless Crime, Super Fly


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Urban sprawl

Now celebrating 25 years since it first opened for business in the UK on Kensington High Street, Urban Outfitters' idiosyncratic blend of hipster-chic and diffusion labels is a high-street shopping hit and the newest branch is no exception. 469 Oxford Street, London W1

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Victimless Crime

A new musical comedy from Toby Rose, of Discotivity, Fashion Victim, a two-performance pop-up, promises a tale of laughs, love and sharp practices. The Audit is all for a bit of biting wit – but please no jazz hands. 15 and 16 February,

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Super fly

Nike's Flyknit technology has enabled it to produce some seriously comfy – and all-importantly good-looking – running shoes. Now, for the first time, the techno fabric has been used to streamline a Chukka boot style with a cushioned Lunar sole. £145, Nike, Dover Street Market, London W1.

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Rebellious roses

As beautiful as a bouquet of flowers is, to keep things unique on Valentine's Day such offerings should be accompanied by a thoughtful memento. London florist Rebel Rebel has teamed up with its local bookshop to help you find a work of romance alongside its brilliant blooms. From £50,

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Charity shop

If you're not lucky enough to live near a charity shop filled with donated celebrity swag, a brand-new website is set to redress that balance – selling celebrity donations with labels including Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood and Prada with the money raised going to the donor's chosen cause.