Three Important Pieces of News

We have three exciting pieces of fashion related news to impart, the only difficult thing will be to decide what to spend your hard earned cash on first.


MR by Man Repeller – Leandra Medine’s Footwear Label



The style goddess that is Leandra Medine, the woman behind super blog Man Repeller, has created a footwear label available exclusively on Net-a-Porter. With colourful platforms called ‘LOL If You Think I Can Walk In These,’ embossed pink velvet loafers entitled ‘The Alternative to Bare Feet,’ and chunky heeled boots that live up to the name ‘I’m Here To Party,’ this collection is all about letting your footwear do your sartorial talking.


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See how Leandra styles the collection in Net-a-Porter’s The Edit


Archive by Alexa – Alexa Chung for Marks and Spencer



Alexa Chung has once again been rummaging in the Marks and Spencer archives to create her second collection for the British high street giant. While her first collection was more sweet and girly, this second foray is a bit more grown up and womanly. With a focus on outerwear and eveningwear as well as wardrobe staples, this collection is sure to be another sellout.


Shop the Collection from November 1

Watch Alexa talk about the collection


MADE Sydney – Fashion, Music, Skate



This one of a kind event bringing together fashion, music, and skate culture is coming to Sydney. The cult Paris based label Faith Connexion will be bringing its first ever runway show to this weekend long festival taking place from 11—13 November. As well as live DJs, a premier showing of The High Life: Slim Aarons documentary, a skate competition, and of course Faith Connexion. Not to mention a number of local designers including Emma Mulholland, Pageant, and 69 will have pop up stores for your shopping pleasure.


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Emma Batchelor

Emma Batchelor

As well as a near obsessive interest in fashion, Emma is a former scientist, occasional contemporary dancer, avid reader and self-confessed cat lady (she has three). Emma lived in Leiden in the Netherlands as a baby and Leiden ought to have been her middle name had her mother thought of it at the time and not chosen Louise instead.

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