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This season, one of the major trends is the resurgence of the '80s. See the market is obsessed with the return of '80s-inspired statement earrings. 


When it comes to '80s earrings, the 2018 version is honestly no different than the 1980 version, with retro shapes, multiple colours, and enamel accents. Back then, they used to have to wear loud earrings because their hair was so big. Now we just wear them to be different and forward.



Source: Who What Wear 

Photo Courtesy: Zara

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To celebrate Sonia Rykiel’s 50th anniversary, Artistic Director, Julie de Libran launches a collection of ‘Pavé Parisien (cobblestone)’, paying tribute to the famous 1968 student revolts against the status quo.


The collection of cross-shoulder bag comes in eight different colours including white, poppy red, sunflower yellow, navy blue, olive green, black and brown. It comes with a detachable self-strap and a multi-colored strap. The inside compartment is designed for maximum function with a mirror, secret pockets and a logo key holder.




Source: El Corteingles

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Colour trends come and go. Trend forecaster WGSN reveals that Neo Mint will soon be a great hit in two years. 

WGSN use a combination of social science, deep insight and instinct to predict trends up to 24 months. Colour director Jane Monnington Boddy said, “When it comes to a color for 2020, Neo Mint is an oxygenating, fresh tone that aligns science and technology with nature.” 


The glowing shade of green suggested by WSGN could easily represent our push for good health but also leans into our fear of toxic substances, nuclear radiation and sickness. Neo Mint will strike a balance between our desire for wellness but also for new, unknowable and possibly dangerous technology. What’s more, it’s gender neurral. 

Source: Highsnobiety & POPBEE

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Chanel has released its Spring/Summer 2018 eyewear campaign featuring beloved British model Adowa Aboah. In the shot, Aboah is styled in an array of different styles ranging from dramatic to minimalistic, including both classic and large aviator-style sunglasses and glasses. In the black and white portraits her looks are accentuated by a white turban and staple Chanel white pearls.







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H&M’s next designer collaboration is with MOSCHINO - the iconic Italian brand to which Jeremy Scott has injected a new pop energy since he became Creative Director in 2013. 

Jeremy Scott and Gigi Hadid, were dressed in the first looks from the MOSCHINO [tv] H&M collection, a collection full of the vitality, playfulness and humour. For H&M, Jeremy Scott has designed new MOSCHINO collections for both women and men, as well as a full range of accessories and some extra surprises too.



“MOSCHINO [tv] H&M is the perfect collaboration for fashion right now, mixing together pop, street culture, logos and also glamour. Jeremy Scott is amazing – he knows how to have fun with fashion, and to connect with his fans around the world,” says Ann-Sofie Johansson, Creative Advisor, H&M.

The collection, will be available online and in select H&M stores worldwide from November 8.

Source: H&M 

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