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Kate Moss arriving for the 2013 British Fashion Awards in fake fur. PA Photo/Ian West.
Kate Moss arriving for the 2013 British Fashion Awards in fake fur. PA Photo/Ian West.
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Architectural shapes and sculpture are the inspirations behind designer Georgia Hardinge’s latest collection for River Island. Expect digital prints, origami folds and a monochrome palette from the fashion-forward 13-piece collection, available now, priced from £30 in stores and online.

Your new phone is a fashion statement in its own right - and an expensive one at that. Protect it with a case that’s as tough as it is stylish. Tech21 have created the Impact Trio, intelligent protection cases for the Apple iPhone 5/5s. Slim-fitting and available in a variety of colours, including White/Blue, Black/Grey and Purple/Blue, three layers of impact-resistant material take the shock during a knock or fall. While the case is fitted you can still access all phone features. Cases are available from Carphone Warehouse and EE, and tech21.com and some Apple stores, priced £29.95.

Kate Moss opted for an ice catwalk queen look at the recent British Fashion Awards in her winter white coat. Cover up like Kate wearing Dorothy Perkins’ cream faux fur coat, currently reduced from £69 to £55.20.

Aldi are breaking the ice ceiling with their own brand of budget-busting skiwear. The supermarket has calculated that kitting out a family of four in ski gear could cost less than £155 shopping at Aldi, saving an average £245 (61%) on high street brands. Softshell ski jackets are £24.99; salopettes, £16.99; and infant and junior snowsuits, £9.99. The Specialbuys Ski range is available in stores nationwide every Thursday and Sunday, while stocks last.