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The fashion paparazzi went dotty for model Poppy Delevingne’s statement spot Burberry shirt at London Fashion week. Play snap with Marks & Spencer’s Limited Edition Spotted Shirt, £35, out now.
Fresh from her presentation at London Fashion Week, step forward for designer Orla Keily’s new shoe collaboration with Clarks. With a modern take on Sixties and Seventies designs, you’ll find 10 statement styles available with prices ranging from £90-120. There are Clarks stores in Orchard Square and Meadowhall.
British Plus Size Fashion Weekend did its bit for curves on the catwalk during London Fashion Week. Now in its third season, the event celebrates diversity in the fashion world.
Despite the UK national average for women being a size 16, more than half still wish to drop two or more dress sizes - and a fifth of UK women admit to cutting out their clothing labels to hide their size, according to new research by beauty brand Dove.
Hot on the heels of London Fashion Week, boutiques in Bawtry are preparing to host their own.
Organised by the town’s Retail Association, Fashion Week runs from Sunday March 9 to 15 and aims to show visitors why independent retailers are the best place to shop and socialise.
Says Rebecca Dickenson, association chair: “We have a fantastic range of designer labels and everything from underwear and swimwear to stunning occasion outfits and racing wear for men and women as well as amazing accessories such as handbags, jewellery and sunglasses.”
Look out for a live fashion window by Incognito, a rolling online fashion show by Robinsons of Bawtry and special focus days, including ‘Scarfarama’ by Yasmine and a flash lingerie photo shoot by lingerie store & She Knows, plus offers and discounts at hair and beauty specialists.
A special BFW champagne cocktail has also been created at Coco Ice Cocktail Bar and there will be food and drink offers at a host of restaurants and bars. An ‘after show’ party is being hosted by Ziniz on Saturday March 15.