As the seasons change and transition, take a leaf out of Kendall Jenner ’s book and merge winter with spring. Here, she wears a dusty blue cigarette pant with a white crop top and nude suede heels and added a touch of winter to her outfit with a camel overcoat to keep her from the cold.
London Fashion Week:
How many fashion weeks can there be, I hear you ask? The answer is probably too many, but London Fashion Week is the hottest of them all. Designers released their lines for A/W 2017 and audiences saw fashion transform and jump leaps and bounds as creators celebrated diversity- models included ladies over 50, Ashley Graham graced Michael Kors’ runway as his first ever plus size model and British designer Teatum Jones had models with disabilities walk the runway. In terms of clothes, Topshop Unique hit new heights with bright, bold colours, large floral patterns and oversized knitwear, and every piece seemed to be a statement one. Christopher Kane also indulged in the floral trend, attaching elaborately embellished flowers to black bodycon dresses. Silver seemed to be a theme, as it featured in space-inspired holographic dresses and was the tailoring detail in tops.
MAC To Release A ‘Basic Bitch’ Eyeshadow Palette:
‘Basic Bitch’ is a term for a girl who actually isn’t basic at all- but one that does her makeup the same as every other girl, wear the clothes other girls wear, lives for her Instagram and is ‘nothing special’, but there’s a basic bitch in all of us. MAC knows and understands our wants and needs and so now, its releasing a palette just for those Instagram queens who like their Pumpkin Spice Lattes from Starbucks (not going to lie, they do taste amazing). The palette carries eight shows and one blush/highlighter shade, all dark, muted tones, named appropriately: ‘Me, Me, Me’ and ‘Text Me Later’. Although official images have yet to be released, I, along with all the other ‘basic bitches’ out there, can’t wait to grab it.