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You've got the questions, we've got the answers. "How do I dress stylishly for winter?" The age old sartorial question. Here's our tips to simultaneously show off your stylish side and ward off the winter chill. 1. Lovely layers We can’t stress it enough, layering is the perfect way to stay toasty warm while simultaneously remaining stylish. Layer turtlenecks under dresses, chunky knits under leather jackets and dresses pared back with tights. Our pick… Baukjen Turtleneck. In 8 stylish colours, no less. 2. Go bold with rouge The perfect winter hue, deeply rich, sophisticated and yet a little bit playful. The perfect splash of colour for an otherwise monochromatic wardrobe (we’re guilty). Everyone needs a little (or a lot) in their winter wardrobe. Our pick… Bailey Dress 3. Sumptuous Separates Fuse style with comfort and don leather leggings with a chic chunky crew neck knit. Trainers for day, heels come night. Our pick... Liv leather Leggings 4. Invest in a stylish knit It’s a winter
How to best achieve glowing, flawless skin? We asked the founder of the Organic Pharmacy, Margo Marrone for some tips. You may think that ageing is inevitable and how you age is genetic. Science now shows that only 25% is down to genes and a whopping 75% is to do with lifestyle. Whilst none of us can stop ageing, we can use preventative measures to live healthier lives, look fantastic and feel amazing! Wash your face Avoid harsh detergents and foaming cleansers, and opt for an oil-based cleanser like our Carrot Butter
What does our Founder and Creative Director, Baukjen love? Here’s her picks of the season. Baukjen Curved Clutch Bag A clutch becomes my most treasured accessory during the festive season. Crafted in beautiful Italian leather and in a gorgeous half-moon shape, this will be my go-to clutch for every occasion. It’s simple, sleek and goes with absolutely any outfit. Gold Nail Polish I’m adding a touch of gold and putting a spring in my step this party season. Models Own has a selection of beautiful metallic polishes that
There is a certain euphoria associated with this time of year – Christmas, the approaching New Year with family festive cosy nights in and joyful nights out. The social calendar becomes punctuated by Christmas parties, festive cocktails, work dinners and lavish black-tie events and the question – what to wear? consistently looms. Luckily, we’ve curated a selection of party wear pieces that will see you through the slew of gatherings, both fancy and more casual. The best news? They’re pieces you can call
In the spring of 1940, the Los Angeles Times wrote of the polka dot print: “You can sign your fashion life away on the polka-dotted line, and you’ll never regret it.” Seventy six years on and the same applies. There is a nostalgia associated with the polka dot print combined with a feminine, playful sophistication. How do you style it? Here’s some inspiration from the ages… 1920 French designer, Coco Chanel favoured dots during the 1920s. 1942 Katherine Hepburn looked every bit the ‘modern woman’ in her
Natural, flawless, minimalist– this season the fashion (and the makeup) is pared back. How to get the style? We asked our hair and makeup artist, Frances, how she achieved the AW16 'look' with model Renee. Skin I prepped Renee's skin first by cleansing with Bare Minerals Oil Obsessed Cleansing Oil (1) and followed by moisturising with Smart Combination smoothing Lightweight Emulsion (2). "It's always good to take the time to moisturise your skin and give it a little massage as it stimulates the blood circulation to the surface. " Base For Renee's base I wanted it to be very luminous and modern so I mixed Charlotte Tilbury's Wonderglow (1) into Givenchy Teint Couture Foundation (2). “I don't like to use too much foundation, I prefer to spot conceal.” My favourite concealer is Laura Mercier's Secret Camouflage (3). I used it under Renee's eyes and around the nose area, as these are the areas where redness tends to occur. I love Bare Minerals BareSkin Sheer Sun Serum Bronzer (4). I used this to contour Renee's skin adding a little more warmth and definition to her cheekbones. I finishe
We're firm believers that your desk is your solitude, a space to endorse creativity and clear your mind. That's why we love embellishing our office desk with personal objects of affection. Find out what’s on our Founder and Creative Director, Baukjen’s desk… 1. Always a candle. At the moment I’m favouring Diptyque Tubéreuse. It smells amazing and radiates a wonderful aroma. 2. Vintage leopard pri
With its name deriving from the dark blue worn by the officers in the British Royal Navy since 1748, navy has since evolved to become fashion’s most beloved shade. Chic and sophisticated, an innate sense of style is always exuded with navy in tow. L
Coco shirt
Autumn dressing? It’s a breeze. Minimalist style is the currency of the season. Clean lines, quality materials and no fuss tailoring are defining our autumnal collection. Sumptuous separates (for home or for party), warm merino wool knits, rich hues and fashionably modern coats; here are the key pieces to invest in this season. Your definitive autumnal wardrobe Layers to love Experiment with laye
Marlene V-Neck Jumper
Mardon Dress
When purchasing a pair of leather leggings you’re not just buying an eternally fashionable item, you’re buying into a piece of iconic fashion history. From Joan Collins, Marianne Faithful to Cindy Crawford, leather leggings have transcended every fashion trend and cemented their place within the fashion stakes. Happy nostalgic reading. 1943 Evelyn Keyes made headlines as the first woman to wear leather leggings on the silver screen for her part in the western film, Desperado. 1967 Marianne Faithful (Queen of Cool) rocked leather leggings with simple black pumps. 1970 Joan Collins dons double leather. Who else? 1991 The original supermodels - Claudia Schiffer and Cindy Crawford - in leather leggings for a fashion campaign. Now Leather leggings are a must-have investment. You’ll be relying on them for years to come and that’s why our Liv leather leggings come in five amazing colours. Navy, claret and chocolate are cut from French leather, while the caviar black and chestnut are crafted