From hero pieces to everyday essentials, plus the labels to know now, this is our October wishlist.
New York based Tanya Taylor’s AW16 collection epitomizes autumnal chic. Fur-trimmed coats in plaid and fuchsia, dark-hued print mini-skirts and gorgeous textured?knits are just some of the stunning separates that can be mixed and matched easily. A selection of items is available at shopbop.com.
Light up your look and add a dash of cool-girl edge with Irish jewellery brand Edge Only’s quirky pieces in solid gold and silver. Flat top lightning bolt pendant, €179 at Made.
There are multiple ways to style a handcrafted silk scarf that will instantly update your look. Wrap around your neck, wrist or waist, or tie into a simple bow and attach to your bag. We’re totally enchanted by this quirky Fox scarf, €193 at emily-carter.co.uk.
Recently opened Electra boutique in Donnybrook is the only Irish stockist of cool French label Barbara Bui. Known for clothes with a rock ?n? roll energy, Barbara Bui is worn by celebrities including Kylie Jenner and Cara Delevingne. We adore this vibrant red plaid coat with zip?detailing. Plaid cardigan, €897; plaid scarf, €310; leather trousers, €1,490; all Barbara Bui at Electra.
A multi-pocket tote in raspberry red leather makes for the perfect everyday essential. Functional and fashionable. Grosvenor flap over shoulder bag, €265.75 at radley.co.uk.
Caitlin Charles-Jones is a knitwear designer worthy of your attention. She debuted her first collection earlier this year for SS16 and has impressed us with her innovative techniques and laid-back oversized silhouettes. Merino wool?and mohair coat, €895 at youngbritishdesigners.com.
Stripe A Pose
Inject AW16’s striped micro-trend with maximum impact by experimenting with colour, size, direction, and shape.
This article originally appeared in the October issue of IMAGE magazine, on shelves nationwide now.
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