Tops.

Shakuhachi zig zag top: daily discovery

Hitting upon Shakuhachi‘s online sale was sort of like hitting upon a small gold mine. Many of the pieces are to the Balmainian / dystopian side – but with plenty of versatility in them, and with the mark-downs, they’re more than worth a look. So for today’s featured discovery we’ll draw your eye to this gold texture ‘zig zag’ sleeve top, now priced at a…

Lace trim poncho: daily discovery

Here’s yet another piece from Stone Cold Fox that’s ideal for indulging in the latest interpretation of the lace trend: an ivory silk poncho with vintage crochet trim. So you can get your ’70s accessories on and make like a gypsy goddess in this one. Available here.

Daily discovery: pin-me-up cowgirl

There’s cowboy dressups, and then there’s cowboy dressups. Agent Provocateur‘s take falls firmly into fantasy territory with this pin-up girl bodysuit. I fell in love with it when I was flicking through the lingerie label’s sale section. If you have a spare 250 lying around, some cowboy boots and a lasso, you can pick one up here.

Daily discovery: Balmain does Batman

Colette has teamed up with Warner Brothers and Balmain to celebrate the 75th anniversary of DC Comics, creating an extremely limited edition Batman t-shirt. The cotton tee will set you back around $500 (holy price-point Batman!) if you’re so inclined you can pick it up here.

Daily discovery: a dash of tomboy cool

Here’s a top worth snapping up if you’re after a cost effective way to work the sporty clothing trend into your wardrobe. A slouchy grey sweatshirt with mesh shoulders and contrast faux suede sleeve panels, it’s perfect for recreating Alexander Wang‘s Spring 2010 tomboy look and costs just $86 at pixie market.

Balmain’s perfect military blazer

No one can dispute that Christophe Decarnin’s designs for Balmain are brilliant, simply peruse Balmain Fall 2010 and you’ll not only see sumptuous detail but be privy to the vibe for fashion for the coming year. And whilst the majority of a Balmain collection may appeal, there is still the odd occasion where we feel the need to bring a specific piece to your attention.…

Street style: studded leather skirt

As a fashion trend studded clothing has had its day, but the look isn’t so tired (yet) that it’s moved into the realm of being near to impossible to work. Take this look from the streets of Milan: A studded leather skirt is paired with a vintage turban and a fringed jacket for a look says fashion forwards.

Street style: sequinned animal print

Ashish has always been both a master of sequins and animal prints, and when woven together the results can be more than a little eye catching. They can be extreme. Paired with a leather mini skirt by stylist Celestine Cooney, the Ashish silver and black animal print singlet top completes a look that undoubtedly turned heads.

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