Tag Archive: Reiss

Jan 01 2012

Winter Warmers: Great Coats At January Sale Prices

I always find getting my winter coat one of the most stressful shopping experiences, that is after finding the most perfect pair of jeans – but I have tracked down some beauties in the January sales. From the classic duffle coat, which is my new favourite – I quite like the Paddington Bear look, to another classic the Pea Coat that was seen on the runways at Stella McCartney and YSL. I have also added in some bright coats to brighten up any winter morning, as well as some chic two-tone coats perfect for office.

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If you are after a classic, while still being a little quirky you can’t go too wrong with a duffle coat – these are my top three duffles:

1. Lands’ End, Wool Duffle, £110 down from £180, Landsend.co.uk

2. Uniqlo, Wool Duffle, £39.90 down from £89, Uniqlo.com

3. Vicky Smith, Women’s Winter Duffle Coat, £39.99 down from £59.99, Amazon.co.uk

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Everyone needs to have a colourful coat in their wardrobe. How about this gorgeous blue maxi from Reiss or the cute 60s dolly coat from Oasis – there is so much choice this season.

1. Oasis, 60s Dolly Coat, £35 was £45, Oasis-Stores.com – I just adore this pastel colour, the swing silhouette and that adorable Princess collar and large buttons.

2. Reiss, Belted Raglan Sleeve Sapphire Coat, £195 was £345, Reissonline.com

3. Wallis, Pink 1923 Fur Trim Mohair Coat, £75 was £150, Wallis.co.uk – brighten up your winter days with this gorgeous coat that has been spotted on Daybreak presenter Kate Garraway.

4. Warehouse, Mustard coat, £35 was £45, Warehouse.co.uk

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For a shorter coat style the Pea Coat is a perfect solution. I have selected some varying styles from faux fur collars to a boxy shape – as well as something a little colourful. All will look perfect dressed down with jeans – my favourite has to be the Tartan print from ASOS.

1. ASOS, Tartan Pea Coat With Faux Fur Collar, £34 down from £85, ASOS.com

2. Dorothy Perkins, Red Short Pea Coat, £35 down from £45, DorothyPerkins.com

3. Dorothy Perkins, Fur Collar Boxy Pea Coat, £40 down from £59, DorothyPerkins.com

4. New Look, Collarless Pea Coat, £18 down from £44.99, NewLook.com

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Two-tone and monochrome coats seem to be around every year but the two I have chosen will look amazing for the office or a smart function.

1. Debenhams, Principles by Ben de Lisi, Black Colour Block Coat, £89.10 was £99, Debenhams.com

2. French Connection, Colour Block Wonderland Coat, £97.50 was £195, FrenchConnection.com - you can’t go wrong with a military coat mixed in with a retro two-tone vibe.

Happy shopping!!!

Dec 20 2011

Shop Her Style: Cheryl Cole Wears Reiss and Hudson Jeans

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Who: Cheryl Cole

Where: At the airport in LA

Wearing: A cream, shaggy faux fur ReissJillie‘ jacket, teamed with leopard print leggings, a Mulberry Tillie bag and a pair of boots from her new shoe collection for StylistPick, the brown suede ‘Funky Munky’ tassel boots, and her signature over-sized sunnies.

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Buy Her Style: Faux fur is everywhere at the moment on the high-street and this shaggy Jillie jacket from Reiss is one of the best, priced at £245. Cheryl’s debut shoe collection has gone down well and I am glad to see her sporting her own designs, especially these cute brown booties, which can be yours for £119.85 from StylistPick.

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Wearing: Cheryl has also been seen working her Reiss faux fur coat with the purple coated super skinny Nico Hudson Jeans

Buy Her Style: As if Cheryl needs to look skinnier, but these Hudson Jeans have a second skin silhouette to make you look taller and slimmer and I love this vintage amethyst hue because it has a look of leather about it – these jeans can be yours for $198.

[Pics: Reiss/Hudson Jeans]

Sep 09 2011

In Pictures: FNO 2011 In London

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I am not sure why I didn’t partake in Fashion’s Night Out last year, but wow was it my loss!!! This year I tagged along with blogger friends Alex Loves, Carina 100 and Kate from The Fabric of my Life, and we had a very ambitious schedule, here are the highlights of our FNO adventure.

First Stop – Seven Dials

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It was always going to be a hard decision where to start when there is so much going on, but we decided on Seven Dials, and it was nice to see the lovely Kirsty from Three Pipe, who gave us all the most adorable goodie bag and guide to goings-on for the area. There was lots going on and we checked out Tatty Devine, lots of owl jewellery that I am in love with, and then popped across the street to celebrate Poste Mistress’ 10th birthday.

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Loved the tea-cup cocktails and cupcakes.

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They also did a scratch card competition to win a free pair of shoes, sadly I didn’t win and I would have loved picking a pair out as they have an amazing selection.

Liberty London – flower power

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The sweetest treat of the night had to be this flower corsage from the Wild at Heart florists in Liberty’s, I loved mine and tied it to my bag when it started to droop. It is now looking a little sad on my desk this morning.

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The London department store had the right idea getting the cocktails flowing early with the Mahiki Coconut bar. The lovely Alex and Kate enjoyed their pineapple surprise, while we all got into the Hawaiian spirit.

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Reiss – best window 

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On our way to Tommy Hilfiger we passed by Reiss and I was mesmerised by their quirky window display filled with gold balloons and just a peek of clothing. More to celebrate their 40th birthday, but hey it looks good.

Tommy Hilfiger – the family portrait

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One of the most fun events of the night had to be our dress-up fun in Tommy Hilfiger and then being snapped by the amazing Jackie Dixon from ShowMeYourWardrobe.com. I haven’t seen the final snap, I have refreshed their Facebook page a number of times this morning, but I can’t wait to see how well our sporty shot came off, I just love Alex the jock!!

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Thomas Lyte – fashion flattery

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My favourite bit of the night was thanks to the lovely girlies at Thomas Lyte as I got the opportunity to have a fashion illustration done of myself. The uber-talented Sasha Helim sketched such a beauty of me, super flattering and very cute and I am getting it framed at the weekend I love it that much. What do you think?

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We also got to enjoy the most delicious mini cupcakes, which also constituted as my dinner!!!

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DKNY – where the party was at!!!

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Bond Street was definitely where the party was at for Fashion’s Night Out, and in a way I am glad it was our last stop of the night to be honest as I don’t think I would have stuck out the whole night if I had to deal with these crowds. Of course we couldn’t go to Bond Street and not stop in on our Twitter pal @DKNY, who was obviously in New York getting reading for the NYFW shows, but she was their in the London store via a huge Twitter screen, which made me very happy when my tweet was RTed.

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I kind of fell in love with the balloons and was still pouting on the way home that I couldn’t have one!!

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Can someone please buy me one of these cool signs? I am not fussy Cocktail or I ♥ NY, or both if you are feeling very generous!!!

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From DKNY we were going to hit Alexander McQueen to play the key game, but was greeted by this huge queue, so we decided against it and instead just took in the party atmosphere of the street.

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The window at Alexander McQueen was enough of a reason to stop by, simply gorgeous.

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Tod’s went for a row of red Fiat’s outside their shop to ferry guests to the after party.

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Barbie may have been in NY doing her bus-tour FNO but I found two Ken’s in the window of Daks London, quite surreal seeing live models, who might I add didn’t seem that pleased at me taking their piccie.

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Dolce & Gabbana was closed when we got there but check out the window – I spy Beyonce’s dress from the cover of American InStyle.

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Dior taking on DKNY in the battle of the taxis black cab vs yellow cab, love the addition of the double yellow line.

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One of the most interesting sights was this Bangle Bowling outside Hermes, I have to admit I don’t have a clue what it was, looks like a horse box to me and an inside shot didn’t help me either. Did anyone have a go?

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Street Style – snap of the night

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I saw a lot of very interesting outfits, way too many leather shorts, super high heels, and even a model rushing through the crowd in a couture gown, but my favourite and possibly weirdest shot has to be this man walking through Seven Dials wearing a metal frame hat. As soon as I saw it I just had to take a snap. Strange or what??

Sad I didn’t get to

There was no Rupert Sanderson roller disco for me, no Stella McCartney badges, and no Net-a-Porter visit. But seriously there was so much to do, so many people around, I can’t believe how much we actually did – such an amazing night.

Did you do FNO? Do let me know what your best moment of the night was – especially if you were somewhere other than London.

 

Jul 20 2010

Video Loving: Reiss AW10 Atmospheric Elements Trailer

I’m so glad that so many fashion designers and brands are taking to fashion shorts as I love the creativity in presenting the collections. So we’ ve had Karl Lagerfeld, the many Burberry campaigns, YSL Stefano Pilati’s short film, Rodarte‘s, Rachel Roy’s Miroir Mirror, and one of my favourite’s Bruce Weber’s YSL flick. Now it is the time for high-street retailer Reiss who are presenting their autumn/winter collection with a video campaign, Elements, directed by Jamie Morgan.

The full film launched last week at Reiss’ AW10 preview at The Soho Hotel, ahead of the full web preview coming in September, but you have to check out this edgy teaser. The black and white film, featuring models Natasa Vojnovic and Isaac Crew, the film focuses on classic Reiss products such as a coat, a dress and a suit, alongside atmospheric elements and symbolic animals.

The plan is to make the film available on Reiss’ website, enhancing the brands social profile – as well as plans for a brand new iPhone app.

One thing for sure is I have my eye on a cape for autumn!!

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