When it comes to accessories, there is one niche trend that has been utterly unavoidable in 2018: hair clips. This hair-clip trend started at Simone Rocha last season, with the designer's pearl-and-crystal slim slides that have become Alexa Chung's new favourite accessory. But this season, we saw them everywhere—from Rejina Pyo to Ashish, and the high street very quickly caught on.
If you can't justify spending £300 on a Gucci hair clip, there's one high-street place in particular that has very strong hair game: Accessorize. (I know lots of fashion editors who have been buying their barrettes from here.) The best thing is that the store's clips are all under £10, meaning you can stack up those clips. This party season, we think the hair-clip trend will really come into its own, as a pearl or crystal barrette makes any outfit look a little more festive.
Full disclosure: I love blue. While it might be known as the basic you-know-what of the colour wheel, I can’t help myself. It’s an addiction! My house is blue; my coat is blue; my nails are blue; the list is relatively endless. But even for a bl
Alberta Ferretti collaborates with bodywear brand Wolford Who says hosiery has to be basic? For Alberta Ferretti’s collaboration with Wolford, the Italian designer defied this very assumption and created a collection of elaborate tights, bodysuits
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