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Street style roundup from London men’s

From David Gandy to Jourdan Dunn and Chermarn Boonyasak, our latest street style roundup for Witchery’s ‘W’ Edit treats you to some highlights from the most recent edition of London Collections: Men. Being men’s week, the gents on the street were looking particularly dapper – making for perfect inspiration on both your formal and informal dressing.

Mood board: mulberry + blush pink

Deep mulberry and soft blush pink: these two colours come together as a sort of universal truth that ignores the boundaries of hemispheres and transcends the seasons. They’re simply in perfect harmony, come rain or shine. With mulberry being crowned as the hero hue for Witchery‘s current autumn offering, it seemed like the perfect time to explore the relationship between these two parts of the…

Today is White Shirt day: are you wearing yours?

I N E S & the white shirt – part II. I already mused in some detail about Witchery’s #UNITEINWHITE campaign against ovarian cancer, and about some photos I took of beautiful young model Ines Alvim (@ Elite Lisbon) wearing one of the white shirts. As it happens, today (May 1) is officially White Shirt Day: the day to wear your white shirt (get one…

A girl, a window & a white shirt

My comfort zone is the street. But the thing about comfort zones - whether you choose to stay snug inside them or face the clouds of gut-wrenching butterflies circling their borders - is that having the choice is a blessing in itself. In support of those who don't, there are campaigns like this one.

The white shirt against ovarian cancer

Cancer. The word itself seems malevolent, infected. The disease touches so many, directly and indirectly, in its multitude of forms. In Australia, one woman dies every 10 hours from ovarian cancer alone, which is why research into an early detection test is such an important first step in combatting the disease. The shirt I’m wearing in this picture is one from the “Unite In White”…

The oversized coat: in London

What’s winter without the right coat? This one from Witchery took me through weeks of fashion week shows, day and night, because the oversized cut was just right: perfect for wrapping around you, collar turned up against the wind, hair tucked nonchalantly in, as the coldest moments hit. But equally perfect for throwing over your shoulders in the evening or in those walks from front…

Poppy, Cara and more: street style roundup from London

There are always little styling ideas you can take away from the streets during London fashion week. Like the inspiration on how to wear a crop top during winter; how to layer a lingerie corset over a turtleneck; or how to look both cool and elegant in a pair of sneakers. Out latest roundup for Witchery‘s blog The ‘W’ Edit features all of those things…

How to get Arizona Muse’s gorgeous textured bob

Working towards making the bob haircut equal parts cool and unpredictable, while still entirely relevant amongst spring 2014′s hair trends, Arizona Muse’s effortless loose, textured hairstyle from the Witchery autumn / winter 2014 campaign bets on natural seduction. It is undone but in a way that reads sophistication, and more importantly that allows for free movement and easy styling. Polished, carrying an element of moisture but…
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign

New World Muse: Witchery enlists Arizona

If there’s one thing Witchery are doing incredibly well this season, it’s making a palette of black, white and grey appear as utterly fresh, edgy and effortless. That all comes down to luxe wintery fabrics and modern-classic shapes, not to mention the irressistable allure of campaign face Arizona Muse.
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign
Witchery A/W '14 campaign

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