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Some people's wardrobes are about a small selection of pieces that all fit within one aesthetic - Tania Braukamper isn't such a person. With a wardrobe that spans three different rooms, her approach to fashion is a mixture of current-season key pieces mixed with vintage finds she's sourced on innumerous shopping trips around the world's more cultured capitals. Despite a disparate approach to shopping, Tania is adamant that the key to mixing vintage with new season is to stick to key looks and colours that work for oneself. And it's a theory that she works into her writing for Fashionising.com, where she serves as the publication's Editor.

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Alexander Wang for H&M video is first person shooter gone sexy

Toughness is an Alexander Wang hallmark; and he’s bringing it to H&M. If the Alexander Wang x H&M runway wasn’t enough proof, then check out the video component of the collaboration. Filled with action sequences and breaking into a first person shooter perspective, it stars models Joan Smalls, Isabeli Fontana, Raquel Zimmermann and Natasha Poly in slick outfits and don’t-mess-with-us attitude.

A naked nymph amoung the rocks: things you can’t have too much of

How often have you seen a completely naked, inhumanly gorgeous woman posing like a woodland nymph amoung the trees and grottos and supernaturally formed rock faces? The answer is, of course, not often enough. Because in the space where fashion photography meets art, you really can’t have too much of scenes like that. Especially not when Igor Oussenko is the photographer and lithe-bodied Olga Akhunova…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

Victoria’s Secret October 2014 look book

Let’s face it, any given Victoria’s Secret look book is as much about admiring the angel as it is about paying attention to the garments. So while the presence of fiery red bras and pastel pink bodices is one thing, you’ll just as easily get caught up in Behati Prinsloo’s sultry stares and bed hair. Though not literally. That would just be awkward.

Is Interview Magazine glamorising binge drinking?

Maybe it’s a deliberate grab for attention via the thorny path of controversy. Maybe it’s a genuine attempt to call attention to an issue relevant to a generation of young readers. Or maybe Interview Magazine are just glamorising binge drinking (intentionally or not) in such a way that young girls are going to look at this shoot and think, drinking until I pass out must…

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It’s hard to deny that ASOS is an ideal destination for stocking up your wardrobe on a budget… especially when there happens to be a sale on. Now the ASOS sale is up to 70% off. Shop the sale now to pick up some bargains.

Backstage at ModaLisboa, spring 2015

It was a good day to be backstage. For one, Nuno Gama’s epic closing show was to include 80 male models, most of whom were milling about waiting for their call time. I was hardly going to complain about that. Secondly, Valentim Quaresma’s unique creations – intricate pieces of body jewellery made from clips and skulls and other curiosities – were being adorned onto bodies…
Backstage at ModaLisboa, S/S '15
Backstage at ModaLisboa, S/S '15
Backstage at ModaLisboa, S/S '15
Backstage at ModaLisboa, S/S '15
Backstage at ModaLisboa, S/S '15
Backstage at ModaLisboa, S/S '15
Backstage at ModaLisboa, S/S '15
Backstage at ModaLisboa, S/S '15

Mr Kate “The Elsie” collection look book

Rather than sticking purely to the mystical influences defining fall 2014’s jewellery trends, designer Kate Albrecht went all the way back to the Edwardian period for her latest collection. Inspired by Lily Elsie, an Edwardian era actress, the collection features matte metals alongside sparkling crystals. One particularly unusual piece is an eye patch that can also be worn as a headpiece or necklace.

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