Posts tagged "fashion"
The Saatchi Gallery, London played host to London Fashion Weekend not long ago. Team Social attended this vibrant event to find out about this season’s current trends, in contrast to London Fashion Week which took us forward in time to SS16!
Pink has got to be one of the hardest colours to wear and for maximum impact it has to be done right. With ‘Wear it Pink’ to support Breast Cancer in full flow, now is the perfect time to experiment with those candy floss shades.
What an exciting day at London Fashion Week following Lizzy around the bright lights of Soho.
What a couple of days at London Fashion Week! We had a great day Sunday following Shot From The Street (Lizzy Hadfield) round, everything from running to shows to having a quick caffeine boost in a quaint Soho cafe! She wore our Coralie Marabelle shorts and shirt – doesn’t she look fab?
Last week the Soho Hotel (a bit of a tongue twister we know!) played host to our French Pit Stop Press Day. In true French style, the day begun with French pastries in the morning then afternoon tea in the afternoon (believe it or not) and champagne and strawberries dipped in chocolate in the evening. […]
Whether it skims just below the knee or hangs mid-calf, the versatile midi-dress can see you through different seasons and flatter many figures – making it a staple piece in French wardrobes. And the classic shirt dress offers even more styling ideas.
Boasting the language of love and the most romantic city in the world, the French have a reputation it’s hard for us Brits to beat when it comes to l’amour. But here at La Redoute UK we believe in you – we think the British can set just as many hearts a-fluttering. And in honour […]
Q: I really like some 70’s pieces from this season but I’m finding it hard to style them. Do you have any tips?
Over the years, I have experimented with all kinds of fashion, not to mention skincare routines and makeup looks. In times of stressed skin or that drab feeling all women sometimes get, I always find my way back to the ‘French’ way. Minimalist.