New season now

Make the shift to a fresh season now with our trend report. From crisp separates to unexpected colour pops – here’s the answer to new season dressing. This is AW14.

Shop new season

bg models

Made in the 60s

Make the 1960's your reference point. Mix rich fabrics with brocade and tweed, leather and lace, patent and polish - could the sixties be the best winter trend yet? Choose A-line skirts that kick at the hem, styled with a colour block top for a true sixties spin.

Shop new season

 
Model

STYLE TIP

"Give the sixties dolly
dress new life with a hit of
fuchsia."

In black and white

Strong and sharp meets minimal and monochrome for a modern, art-inspired twist on fashion’s favourite palette – black and white. On the runway, Dries Van Noten and Acne delivered a graphic collection packed with easy-to-layer separates and striking dresses. Wear with heels and a cute clutch. This slouchy coat by Helene Berman will add a stylish, practical finish.

Shop new season

 

Looking shifty

The black shift dress is a party staple and a timeless addition to any wardrobe. For a fresh spin on this staple, take your cues from the catwalk. Dolce & Gabbana gave the shift a lift with beaded detail and embellishment. Wear yours with diamante studs from Swarovski. Finish with Lulu Guinness’s signature red bag.

Shop new season

 

The statement knit

Your favourite winter staple gets a catwalk makeover. This season’s line up included timeless classics from Stella McCartney and Valentino. A tip: the statement knit can be dressed up or down. Try Markus Lupfer’s witty slogan jumper with jeans for daytime cool. Switch for a midi skirt and chunky ankle boots by night.

Shop new season