Inside Grazia HQ: 5 Things We Loved This Week From The Smallest Sequins Ever To Victoria Beckham's Hottest Dress

02 November 2012 by

1. Mini sequins

You are looking at the smallest sequins ever created, so the Louis Vuitton PR told us this week when we went to view the new Spring/ Summer 2013 ready-to-wear collection that showed in Paris last month. The sequins are so tiny that these dresses hug the body like a second skin and shimmer only slightly when they catch the light.

2. Tinfoil kicks!

These Kurt Geiger hi-tops have finally launched in store and we think they are going to be a sell out for party season. Wearing the 3d graph texture in gold is a sure fire way to stop traffic. Who needs heels when you can have flats as glamorous as these!

3. Hairband ball

With Christmas just around the corner, here at Grazia HQ we get the weirdest and most wonderful things sent in for us to trial. This hairband ball is genius. The perfect stocking filler - 365 days of hairbands - can be found at Austique.

4. Victoria Beckham's number 1 seller

Meet Victoria Beckham’s biggest seller from her new collection. It comes in several colours, none of which were seen on the catwalk but the dress is a wonderful staple that will last you for seasons to come! You can't deny the quality of her frocks, they do wondrous things to the body and super chic. We love how Mrs B has stuck to the demure mid-length, a demure trend that certainly needs to stick around.

5. Potty for Potter

We just couldn’t resist the new GAP kidswear collaboration when we passed the display at the brand’s Spring/ Summer 2013 preview yesterday. How adorable! Beatrix Potter has collaborated with Emma Thompson to celebrate the 110th anniversary of the children's tales of Peter Rabbit and his friends. GAP is supporting the joint venture with bunny eared knitted hats and motif knits that we adore. So much so that we want them in our size please! Out January.


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