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New Season Favourite: The A-Line Skirt | Fashion News

  With London Fashion Week heavily underway in its final week of preparation. we bring you some inside scoop of next seasons key must have – the A-Line Skirt. The Guardian’s fashion editor Jess Carter-Morley talks about her reservation towards hurling out her entire wardrobe, but is all set to ditch last season’s pencil skirt to strut in the new[…]

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Coco Chanel Revealed At The Saatchi Gallery | Fashion News

  Since last week (September 11), the second floor of the London Saatchi Gallery has been open to the public, as it pays tribute to late designer Coco Chanel and her home. We got a quick sneak preview of the photographs that depict 31 Rue Cambor in all its glory, capturing the designers spirituality and her life through photographic and[…]

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Gucci Heir Under House Arrest Following Alleged Fraud | Fashion News

  Guccio Gucci, the great-grandson of the founder of Gucci, is under house arrest following accusations of fraudulent bankruptcy. He has been accused of fleecing his own fashion company to pay off some personal debts. Previously in 2012, the Florence-based entrepreneur lost a court case brought by the Italian fashion house Gucci, there were complaints that the use of the[…]

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Millie Mackintosh Unveils Debut Fashion Collection | Fashion News

  Formerly known from Made In Chelsea, 25 year-old Millie Mackintosh has launched her very own fashion collection. The dress collection follows her previous collaborations with Lipsy and Claire’s Accessories, and will be showcased at New York Fashion Week this week. Of the launch Millie said, “this is a dream come true. I think many people know that I have[…]

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London College Of Fashion Project To Rehabilitate Female Prisoners | Fashion News

  The London College of Fashion is lending its support by running a fashion scheme inside the Holloway Women’s Prison, which will be headed by tutor Carolyn Sumerfield. The initiation of the program started three months ago, with the workshop and all its fundamentals being financed by The Ministry of Justice. The project has proved very popular with the inmates[…]

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