Marks and Spencer is one of our favourite places to shop for long-lasting wardrobe staples and has a strong track record of every day turning basics into cult items, whether it's a grey jumper or a beige wrap coat. I am most impressed by M&S' footwear department, and wear a pair of ballet pumps at least nine days out of ten, as they are the comfiest shoes I own. I've had them for over a year now, and they just keep on going…
These £35 pumps have a high cut and a gentle V towards the toe, which make them appear more elevated that the classic almond toe. There's something a little Phoebe Philo about this silhouette, no? I personally stick to a plain black pair, but there are many other colours and finishes to choose from, like woven silver or soft suedes. Going into autumn 2021, there are also different iterations with slightly altering toe shapes (square? almond? pointed? you decide) and a variety of cuts (you can find lower-cut and more rounded-out styles).
Trompe L’Oeil, an art technique that uses realistic imagery to create the optical illusion that objects exist in three dimensions, has been around since the early 19th century. But the surrealist approach was first popularized in fashion by the de
On Wednesday, a newly-pregnant Meghan Markle stepped off a plane in Dubbo, Australia wearing an oversize blazer from friend Serena Williams’ collection, a white oxford shirt by Maison Kitsune and a pair of black high-waisted skinny jeans by a here
The Oscars is like the Superbowl of red carpets, but instead of a bunch of men in shoulder pads and helmets vying for the Vince Lombardi Trophy, you get A-listers in designer suits and gowns coveting the Academy’s golden statuette. After last year