17 February 2012 by

What The Fash Pack Buy For Fashion Week

Ever wanted to see inside the wardrobe of a front row girl? Not only can you delve right into Susie Lau of Style Bubble's wonderful wardrobe - but you'll also find in this week's issue of Grazia, the fash pack haul of fame. We've tapped the very best resources - bloggers, buyers and the Grazia fashion team - to give you a comprehensive guide to what's going to be FROW-bound this fashion week. For the full lowdown check out this week’s mag, but we have extras and we need, nay, MUST share with you....

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“This orange Acne sweater is a great and simple wardrobe update which quickly adds a splash of colour.” Suzanne Pendlebury, Contemporary Womenswear Buyer, Matches. £340

“The busy schedule means minimal time in bed - and sleep deprivation does strange things to you, as I found out this week when I wore my sweater inside out to work. Throwing on a gorgeous statement jacket like this Oscar de la Renta is the perfect cover-up for such sartorial sins!” Hollie Moat, Editor at Farfetch.com

 “Tibi's animal and crystal print silk tank top has a vintage Versace vibe that feels so right for now. It will be the perfect partner to a pair of bright trousers.” Ella Gregory of Coco’s Tea Party. £255. www.net-a-porter.com

"Erdem was one of my absolute favourite Resort collections. This ‘Casey’ blouse will be one of my staples for fashion week - whilst being gorgeously detailed, it's so easy to wear."  Ros Leach, Designerwear Buyer, Selfridges. £730

 “This Burberry raffia striped skirt is a sophisticated way to wear the global traveller trend – I’ll be paring with a bright knit and ankle boots” Holli Rogers, Fashion Director NET-A-PORTER £495.

"Givenchy is new to LN-CC's brand list for S/S'12 and I'm super excited about seeing it in the store. I don't usually wear handbags but this Pandora bag is quite a boyish shape and I adore the colour". Charlotte Hall, PR & Marketing Director, LN-CC.

“Turquoise and studs paired together? Genius. For the love of Maria...” Stylist Marian Kihogo. £181.22. www.luisaviaroma.com

“A nipped-in dress from Azzedine Alaia is my go-to daytime look, and it’s always appropriate.” Helen David, Womenswear General Merchandise Manager at Harrods. £2750, 0207 730 1234

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 “I’ll definitely be investing in Valentino’s lace tunic as seen on the runway. For me this is really one of the season’s key pieces and I love its versatility!” Suzanne Botschen, Mytheresa.com.

“This Acne leather jacket is a tougher take on this season’s sugary pastel trend – it was love at first sight for me!” Ida Peterson, Buyer, Harvey Nichols. £800.

"Rock 'n' Roll tin foil trousers are a fun way to fight the cold! These All Saints ones are perfect." Lucy Williams of Fashion Me Now. £95.

“This bag is a serious fashion statement but yet playful enough for me still to use in the middle of summer.” Stephanie Jones, Womenswear Buyer, Liberty. £1615.

 “This Topshop quilted bomber serves the perfect classy finish, fling on top of an evening dress and keep warm while looking glamorous.” Shini Park of Park and Cube. £165.

 “Multicolor stripes were everywhere for spring.  This skirt by Derek Lam’s new line, 10 Crosby, is a fun light separate item that can be worn dressed up or down with a simple t-shirt and flats or with a great wedge and printed blouse.”  Jane Albiter, Buyer at Shopbop.com.

“Husam El Odeh's gold "watch" cuff bracelet is one of my favorite new pieces.  I have a horrible sense of time, so the idea of a non-functioning watch makes me smile.” Ruth Runberg, Buying Director, Browns. £465.

 

“When you're running around London, you need comfy and warm shoes - Those coveted Isabel Marant Perkins trainers are just the perfect footwear choice!” Tala Sammam of My Fash Diary.


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