Riona Treacy AW19 London Fashion Week Presentation

Beautifully tailored, and impeccably styled clothing for the elegant, understated and functional woman. Riona Treacy’s AW19 collection drew inspiration from the working woman’s apron. Referencing the marbling patterns on bank notes, and the metallic tones of coins, the collection acted as a story of the modern working woman. Created both for her, and about her, Treacy aimed to build a collection that could take the wearer from office to evening seamlessly.

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BIG, BOLD & BEAUTIFUL…

The sun is shining and the weather is most definitely sweet! With the promise of more beautiful weather on the horizon it has me dreaming of those gloriously long summer days and I couldn’t be happier about it.

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SIMONE ROCHA AW18

Positioned at the junction of Foster Lane and Gresham Street, just down the road from the magnificent St. Paul’s Cathedral stands the Golsmiths’ Hall, a totally stunning hidden gem, built in 1835.

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TOUCH THE RAINBOW…

Oh January I am so pleased to see that you’re back with your cold dark mornings, your dismal rainy days, frizzing my hair, chapping my lips, attacking my skin, making me pile on the layers in the early mornings and then have me sweating in my own personal hell by lunchtime because you can’t make up your mind and we are all just slaves to your eccentricity…WOAH..and BREATHE …..ooo how I have missed you!

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MY TOP 5 WOMENSWEAR TRENDS FOR THIS AUTUMN/WINTER ’17 SEASON

The transitional wardrobe pieces are in full swing as Autumn is well and truly settling in for the last part of this fly by year. Crunchy leaves underfoot, beautiful autumnal sunshine and crisp mornings have got me digging in the back of my wardrobe for my favourite knitwear pieces and key transitional garms from seasons gone by – yes! This autumn/winter season is good news for our wardrobes and bank balance as many designers have geared their collections more towards repetition of trends such as sports luxe, metallics, knitwear and denim that have been doing the rounds now for three or four seasons. This has helped to break down the historical fashion foe pars of “that’s so last season” and is allowing us to reinvent our already existing wardrobe pieces.

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