18th Aug 2014
?Where did you get your bag/necklace/scarf??
These days the answer to any accessories query seems to be Parfois. The Portuguese store has proven itself invaluable to Irish women since its arrival on our high streets last year, and the Autumn-Winter 14/15 collection continues this winning streak.
Up-and-coming model Cate Underwood incites nothing but fashion envy in these gorgeously atmospheric shots from Quentin de Briey. Evoking classic 1960s movies such as The Thomas Crown Affair, the collection is divided up into two key looks: Sixties and Dramatic.
The Sixties batch refines key retro looks with a modern elegance and mixes clean colours amid geometric prints. The Dramatic collection goes in a more ethereal direction with a touch of the avant-garde. Fans of autumnal colours such as orange, black, red and burgundy will be flocking towards these items – and if you’re into statement pieces you won’t need to look far with eye-catching florals and stones on show for all to buy.
have a flip through the lookbook above. See anything you like?
Jeanne Sutton @jeannedesutun
‘Normal People’ one year on: How the TV show influenced pandemic fashion (and not just the GAA shorts)
‘Normal People’ celebrated its one-year anniversary yesterday which prompted us...
Lynn Enright senses new beginnings, and a sign that she should start perusing bikinis online.
Long-awaited brighter days call for a refresh of our perennial favourite – denim. As we head out into the spring sunshine, our mood this season is ready to play, with sporty silhouettes and a relaxed vibe.
Buying second-hand is a more sustainable and affordable way to shop designer handbags, so with stores remaining shut for the moment, thankfully there are trusted retailers offering great options online.
If months at home has left you wondering how you ever put an outfit together, you’re not alone — enter these easy to wear jumpsuits
From the IMAGE Annual, Rose Mary Roche looks back on...