Fall has lots of trends to aspire to, one of them some classic coloured camel. On the runway designers Hermes, J Crew, Stella McCartney among others, showcased some gorgeous pieces to grab. And on the streets we get to see how people styled the shade up.
Funky designer Jeremy Scott has been announced to become creative director for Moschino. What a perfect match, Jeremy being quite characteristic with his own designs - bringing cartoon prints such as The Simpsons, he will work pretty well with Moschino's hearts and bows.
Jeremy will continue to work on his own brand as well as Moschino and we get to see both collections, next fashion week in February. What will the eccentric designer have in store for us!
Spanish style icon Barbara Martelo is one trendy editor. A freelance stylist to magazines such as Vogue and Harpers Bazaar, and with such fashion flare, its no wonder photographers can't get enough of her. With a petite frame, Barbara can slip into pretty much any piece of clothing, and look incredibly chic. With a love of leather jackets, pants and skinny jeans, we've found our winter outfits.
And thanks to Bambah Boutique 'Shop Chanel' event we get to fulfil our dreams, well mine to be exact! With a selection of Chanel handbags and exclusive pieces from designers Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Dior, Valentino to name a few, we're in for a REAL treat...
Isabel Marant celebrated the launch of her collection with H&M in Paris. With the collection hitting stores in a few weeks, seeing it on celebrities makes you want it even more. The rock star designs truly reflect on Marant personal style.
January Jones, Audrey Tautou, Isabel Marant, Freida Pinto
FLORALS - a trend that will always be popping up on runways. For this fall designers have taken a gothic approach to flower prints, with darker shades of red, black and greys. From Oscar de la Renta, heavy embroidery to Vera Wang deep greys.
Every season there's a battle between designer wear and high street. All year round, designers put all their efforts to create collections for spring and fall, and then high street stores swoop up the ideas for a much cheaper price.
Depending on your budget and love for good fabric you know which store you'll be heading too. At the moment, the craze is masculine coats from high end brands Celine to Stella McCartney, which means stores such as Gap and Zara have VERY similar coats too.