Inside Grazia HQ: Things We Loved This Week From Supertrash to Celia Birtwell For Uniqlo
1. Supertrash is super cool
A new label hit town this week, and you know how we love a new label! Supertrash is a chic bridge brand that sits alongside fellow mid-market labels, Maje and Sandro on newly developed South Molton Street. The Dutch brand that mixes rock and ready to wear - and don't worry if you're not London based as you can visity the e-commerce site here.
Fringed gloves that will help you hail a Taxi
2. A new print collaboration from Uniqlo
70s print designer Celia Birtwell has another hit yet to come and this time it's a part of a collaboration with big highstreet hitters Uniqlo. The prints and the designs are really reflective of Celia's signature style, the printed culottes and pussy bow blouses are total must-haves but you'll have to wait until March to get your hand on some of her signature designs.
3.HOBBS hero style
Hobbs previewed their SS13 collection this week and we just loved the looks. Cheetah prints were paired with an a mix of khakis, cobalt blues and crisp white cottons topped off with some seriously killer heels and metallic brogues. This is a style we are most certainly going to be rocking come spring, if not before!
4. Dressed down Friday
After a week of press days our little tootsies were feeling the burn so it’s quickly becoming Grazia uniform on a Friday to wear trainers, especially since the designers set precedence by showing them on the catwalks back in September. In the pic you can see Shopping Editor Lily Russo in her Converse classics and Fashion Editor Sophie in her Nike for Liberty both accessorised with leather leggings – well we had to dress them up a little bit!
5. Forget Breakfast, yesterday was Thanksgiving at Tiffany's
Tiffany had the most sensational lunch yesterday to celebrate Thanksgiving and my how we were thankful! Harrys Bar was delightfully decorated with baubles and bangles galore. Pumpkin soup, followed by turkey with all the trimmings and then of course pecan pie – delish! Holly Golightly would have been very impressed.
6. French Sole, not just a ballet pump
Jane Winkworth the prima ballerina of the ballet pump has upped the ante this season and is branching out into perspex, trainers and pretty prints. Started in 1989, French Sole has been at the forefront of classic footwear for over 20 years and has a hundreds of celebrity fans. All hail the new season’s collection, we LOVE!