Fashion Trends 2014

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Givenchy

  • Leather added edge to floral dresses at Mulberry and Givenchy, in the form of over-the-elbow gloves and printed biker jackets.
  • Blooms come in every shape and form - as embroidery at Valentino and Rodarte; in graphic prints at Lanvin and Giambattista Valli; knitted at Topshop and as appliqué at Christopher Kane.
  • Let prints take center stage and keep accessories minimal; ankle boots proved the perfect accompaniment for day at Givenchy and Matthew Williamson.


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  • Celine's woven laundry-bag squares are one of the season's most definitive prints - featuring on the August 2013 cover of Vogue, modelled by Freja Beha Erichsen.
  • Don't be afraid to pair checks with checks - Lanvin, Emilia Wickstead, Dolce & Gabbana and Tommy Hilfiger were just a few who presented top-to-toe looks.
  • For a subtler approach consider a tartan jacket or coat - see Stella McCartney, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton for inspiration.





Victoria Beckham
  • Autumn/winter's new longer lengths combine an easy wearability with a cool, clean modernity. Pair with flats and a knit, and you have this season's working wardrobe all wrapped up.
  • Lightweight, fresh and flirty, box pleats have a breezy charm that offsets the demure feel of autumn's longer lengths. Sheer panels and glossy leathers add to their youthful appeal.
  • From the elegant line of a New Look-inspired number to the bountiful petticoats of a Fifties prom skirt, full swirls reflect the retro glamour inherent in this season's ladylike designs.