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Given Wildfox‘s obsession with the ’90s, you might conclude that this was (like, totally) inevitable: a collection inspired by Clueless. But while school girl chic has been experiencing something of a revival, Wildfox haven’t used their tribute to Cher, Dionne, and Tai as an excuse to go all out on tartan mini skirts and preppy blazers (though they do appear, mandatory over-the-knee socks alongside, in…
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If Wildfox had more sway over what goes on in Politics, the general populace would surely be interested in it all year round. If there’s one way to make the notion of voting sexy, it’s by making Valerie Van Der Graaf the poster girl.
Could there be anything more startlingly contradictory than a campaign that channels granny stereotypes – replete with bingo games, knitting needles, and grey-purple hair rinse – and yet manages to be nothing less than completely, utterly, uncompromisingly youthful? If someone were to pull it off, it would have to be Wildfox. And while it’s maybe not as enamouring as Cintia Dicker’s Bond Girl campaign it…
Wildfox view the ’90s as a kind of magic decade – or at least they pull the magic out of the best parts of it when they design their collections. Romeo + Juliet, the DiCaprio + Danes version of ’96, regularly tops the list of the brand’s inspirations (the Wildfox fall 2012 campaign included). So what does their modern-day Juliet wear underneath her Wildfox fall…
Regardless of whether there’s a new Bond film on the horizon or not, the appeal of the ’60s bombshell Bond Girl simply never dies. When there is a new instalment due to hit screens we simply have a good excuse to revisit the nostalgia of the 1960s spy genre with even more fervour than usual. Enter the new campaign from Wildfox Swim, brilliantly timed to…