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Cleo Ferin Mercury – S/S 15 – London Fashion Week , 2015

Von klein auf fasziniert von der luxuriös, glänzenden Qualität feinster Seide, gründete die Engländerin Cléo Ferin Mercury ihr eigenes Accessoire Label. Ihre aus Frankreich stammende Großmutter unterstützte ihre Passion für edle Seidentücher und setzte somit den Grundstein für die spätere Karriere ihrer Enkelin. Mit einem Auge für Qualität...

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Brain Magazine - 20 000 lieues sous les mers

Si le roman de Jules Verne fait partie de nos classiques préférés (enfin, si vous n’avez pas été trauma par un prof de français hystéro et ses commentaires composés tordus) ; les foulards Cléo Ferin Mercury sont en passe d’avoir le même statut. La collection printemps-été 2015 de cette talentueuse créatrice vivant à Londre, Nautical, est aussi majestueuse...

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Fashion Telegraph - Alice New Bold - Trending: collared dresses

Dip into the style notes of Valentino, Gucci and Emilia Wickstead by going preppy on this year's party scene

Partywear might be synonymous with low-cut necklines and high hemlines for some, but for this winter, fashion girls in-the-know will be taking a decidedly preppy approach to dancefloor dressing. No longer the staple of smart work attire, collars are now popular accents on the sparkliest of dresses...

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The Guardian Observer - Alice Fisher on style: leopard print - Call of the Wild

I have a confession to make. I used to be a bit scared of leopardskin. I don’t know if this was because of my formative years, when animal print meant Mrs Robinson and Joan Collins, then Coronation Street’s Bet Lynch and Rod Stewart circa “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”. By the early 90s it was worn by the Manic Street Preachers and Courtney Love. It was voracious, then camp, then edgy. I never was nor ever will be any of those things...

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