Why a statement jumper and slinky skirt is the perfect ageless fashion pairing for winter

Once, during my time as a fashion director, to illustrate a story idea to my editor, I transformed the summer outfit I was wearing – a tiered silk maxi skirt, white cotton T-shirt and simple sandals – into a ­winter ensemble. It was hardly a makeover of Wonder Woman proportions, I simply pulled on a roll-neck sweater, swapped sandals for suede knee boots and – ta-dah! – versatile, year-round style. You don’t need to be a fashion editor to master the art of outfit adaptability, but now more than ever we are making the most of the clothes we already own; juxtaposing different items, mixing up fabrics and textures to find cool combinations.

Whether you like to be Zoom-ready or not, the concept of “party on the top half and comfort on the bottom” has plenty of mileage. The statement jumper and slinky skirt combo is relaxed enough for sitting

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Sexy bridesmaids dress which is so low-cut your boobs virtually hang out completely divides opinion

A DARING bridesmaids dress which is so low-cut your boobs virtually hang out is dividing opinion online, as women claimed the frock would take away attention from the bride. 

There are few unwritten fashion rules at a wedding, one is don’t wear white and the other is don’t upstage the bride. 

A fashion brand has bizarrely advertised this dress as perfect for a bridesmaid


A fashion brand has bizarrely advertised this dress as perfect for a bridesmaid Credit: Meshki

Which is why this dress is causing a stir online as it guarantees all eyes would be on you.

Fashion company Meshki shared a snap of a gorgeous champagne-coloured dress, with a corset-style top with spaghetti straps and a slinky skirt with a thigh high split. 

While it wouldn’t look out of place at a wedding, the brand bizarrely advertised the £81 Cupped Split Maxi Dress, called the Daniella, as a bridesmaid dress. 

Sharing a pic of an eye-popping display on Facebook,

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Inside The Rise & Fall Of The Man Repeller Aesthetic

Last week, it was announced that Man Repeller — the personal fashion blog-turned-lifestyle website started by Leandra Medine Cohen in 2010 — was shutting down as a result of “financial constraints.” This news had been preceded by Medine Cohen “stepping back” from the publication in June following criticism about the company’s lack of diversity and poor treatment of former POC employees. “Man Repeller was founded to celebrate self expression in all of its forms but it has become clear that I’ve failed to deliver on this mission,” Medine Cohen said then. “The team deserves a chance to show you what Man Repeller can be with me on the sidelines so I’m going to step back and let them show you.” Three months later, the site rebranded as Repeller and promised “many more changes to come.” Now, less than two months after that, the site has ceased publication altogether. But even

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Three chic fashion insiders share their style journeys

Social media has granted us behind-the-scenes access us to the lives and wardrobes of a new wave of fashion insiders, and we find ourselves seeking style inspiration from these multi-faceted career women more so than ever before. Which is why we’ve teamed up with FARFETCH for a conversation on personal style with three influential women in fashion with both enviable careers, and the wardrobes to match. From dressing for your personality and your values, to the key pieces on their lust-lists right now, discover what fashion in 2020 means to the women who are shaping the industry from within.

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Anissa Kermiche

Jewellery designer and sculptor


The French-Algerian designer studied engineering and worked in consulting in Paris before her career took an abrupt turn. Feeling creatively unfulfilled, Kermiche packed her bags and moved to London to study jewellery design at Central Saint Martins, launching her eponymous label upon

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