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US actress Jennifer Lawrence, wearing Dior coat dress, arriving for the Germany premiere of the movie "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" in Berlin, Germany. Picture: AP Photo/Michael Sohn/PA Photo.
US actress Jennifer Lawrence, wearing Dior coat dress, arriving for the Germany premiere of the movie "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" in Berlin, Germany. Picture: AP Photo/Michael Sohn/PA Photo.
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Jennifer Lawrence’s latest role is wowing on the world’s red carpets for the promotion of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Get her glam fit-and-flare look with French Connection’s Glorious Wool Flared Coat, £195.

Grab yourself a classy discounted cover-up at Coast. You’ll find 20 per cent off selected coats with the code COATS20 at checkout. The offer is only available until midnight on Thursday, December 5 at www.coast-stores.com

A new jewellery brand, Tarr & Fether, has been launched this month by Sheffield designer and stylist Natasha Lyons. After working in fashion and music styling for the last decade, Natasha’s need for simply designed, timeless pieces to complement outfits fuelled her jewellery-making skills.

Natasha said: “I’m a big believer in escaping ‘disposable fashion’, so I’ve created pieces that can be worn for seasons to come.”

The first collections are inspired by the clean, simple and timeless design of Swedish street style. The women’s Comrade Collection comprises sleek 9ct gold pieces and fusions of gold and New York Herkimer diamonds, The men’s range features necklaces and a ring in silver. Priced from £30 to £60., Tarr & Fether jewellery is made to order. Go to www.tarrandfether.co.uk

River Island’s Georgia Hardinge designer collection has been so popular, there’s now a new autumn range of glamorous, body-con dresses. The inspiration for Georgia’s designs comes from her passion for architectural shapes and sculpture. The new 11 piece collection, available this week, features a monochrome digital print, created by folding paper books into a sculpture, on a dress, collared blouse and sheer maxi skirt. Georgia’s infamous folding techniques are also found on neoprene crops, skirts and figure-hugging dresses in black and a vibrant cobalt blue.