Our round up of fashion’s hot news and best buys...
Kelly Brook demonstrates the timeless appeal of the new version of the LBD - the Lace Black Dress. Get a similar version at a fraction of the cost with F&F at Tesco’s lace tunic, a snip at £20.
Bag yourself some Vivienne Westwood. The British designer has teamed up with the Ethical Fashion Initiative to design an ethical Africa collection of arm candy bags. Hand-made in Nairobi, the bags are created using recycled canvas, reused roadside banners and unused leather off-cuts. Totes, rucksacks and clutches are available now, priced from £58 at www.asos.com
Finding the perfect frock doesn’t come easy. The average UK woman ‘dress stalks’ five times before she buys.
Before the till rings, the process involves two online ‘stalks’, two trying-on sessions and one ‘almost’ purchase, according to fashion brand Coast.
In contrast, the study revealed that the average man commits to buying a suit on the same day as discovering the outfit.
Bargain-hunters, rejoice... A brand new website offering one boutique fashion item every day at up to 50 per cent off has just been launched,
Each day, Behind The Rail will have one exclusive item for sale. From dresses to knitwear and leggings to accessories, items will only be available for a limited time. Go to www.behindtherail.co.uk