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As we prepare to turn the clocks forward – don’t forget to do yours on Sunday 30th March – and officially begin British Summer Time, our Copy Writer, Laura Fraser pulls together her five key pieces to kick start a fresh new wardrobe for the new season.
Mother’s Day is Sunday 30th March and the race is on to find the perfect gift for the most important woman in your life. We have picked a collection of items from our Mother’s Day Gift Guide that we think would make any mum happy.
With the new Spring/Summer 2014 season comes a host of new and exciting womenswear brands to discover. Read on to find out who’s who at Flannels.
Fashion Week is the perfect time to discover what the fashion set are wearing and subsequently what to add to your new season wish-list. We’ve picked out four of our best dressed Fashion Week attendees, all of whom are championing must-have new season purchases.
Fashion Week has now drawn to a close this season; read on for our review of three of Paris’s stand-out shows: Roland Mouret, Lanvin and Valentino.
As Fashion Week hits its last city this season, we are celebrating quintessential Parisian style with our edit of French designers. Read on to discover how to achieve the nonchalant elegant aesthetic that the City of Love’s women are famed for.
With Milan Fashion Week finishing tomorrow, we review three of the stand out shows this season, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci and Just Cavalli
As London Fashion Week draws to a close, we are sharing some of our favourite street style snaps from over the past five days.
As London Fashion Week is wrapping up for another season, take note of our review of two notable shows: Markus Lupfer and Matthew Williamson.
London Fashion Week kicks off today, bringing a horde of stylish industry insiders flocking to our capital. Read on to find inspiration on how to dress up your off-duty denim and get the London look.