- 19TH FEBRUARY 2019 -

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IN THIS ISSUE


MOST WANTED

IN THE RED

When you simply don’t have time to dream up a head to toe look, that’s when you bow down to the incredibly clever and convenient jumpsuit. Bored with all your black versions? Then it’s time for racy red. Sneakers by day, stilettos by night… you’ve got this covered.

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£145 KITRI STUDIO

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THE EDIT

city separates

Want to know the new key pieces? Whether you’re wearing it to work, or want something a little trendier for the weekend you need an oversized blazer, longer-length shorts, a textured bag and of course…. TURBO trainers.

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barely there

We’re in that in-between time, when you’re not really sure which colour to wear. Pale, creamy shades always look expensive, so choose key pieces in tones you can layer one upon other. A maxi skirt is still a must, cow-boy boots are key and a jumpsuit is just what you need when you don’t have a second to work out what goes with what!

 LOOKS YOU’LL LOVE

GOT THE BLUES

When you don’t know what to wear, there’s always one look you know you can rely on. Do your denim differently, by layering one piece upon the other. We’re not just talking about doing the double… work it every which way you can.

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THE EXTRAS

hair neccessities

If there was one trend we picked up at Fashion Week, it was you can’t walk out of the house without something extra in your hair.

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IN THE KNOW

out ‘n’ about

DOROTHEA TANNING 

Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG

27th February - 9th June 

Do you believe in magic? 

Surrealist artist Dorothea Tanning surely must have for she conjured up a life time of incredible, eclectic works of art before passing away at the ripe old age of 101, in 2012. 

Her eclectic paintings have something magical about them, from whimsical fairies to ghoulish people that seem to scream ‘save me’. Hers was a weird world of hidden doors and imaginary people.

She married German artist Max Ernst in 1946, which drew her even more deeply into the surrealist circle, where she hung out with friends like Lee Miller and Man Ray. One can only imagine how controversial their dinner party conversation was! A writer, poet as well as artist, she even sculpted contorted figures stitched with her trusty Singer sewing machine.  She liked to suggest there was more to life than meets the eye and that, she certainly did.

There was no end to her imagination .This retrospective, featuring some 100 works of art curated from across the globe, promises to be one altogether surreal trip!

See for yourself in this major exhibition of her work spanning seven decades.

Dorothea Tanning Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, 1943, Tate, cDACS, 2018

Dorothea Tanning Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, 1943, Tate, cDACS, 2018

IF YOU LIKE THIS, YOU WILL LOVE…

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SEE YOU NEXT WEEK ...

FASHION DIRECTOR JULIA MAY MORGAN | CONTRIBUTING FASHION EDITOR CHARLIE MOORE  | CONTRIBUTING ARTS EDITOR ANGELA KENNEDY

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