Deck out like a plate.
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From 100 denier tights to clumpy eyelashes: this week’s manufacture trends

What’s hot and what’s not in fashion this week

Prospering up

Disco Marilyn Aka Donna Jordan, the Andy Warhol the leading part whose bleached eyebrows and general levels of awesomeness understandably inspired the new look at the new British Vogue, judging by the cover. Into it.

100 Denier M&S tights Essentially a deceiver’s guide to getting the Balenciaga shoeboot on the cheap. Starting a plea to get M&S to make them in high-shine purple.

Dressing like a face See Mulberry’s romantic crockery-inspired spring/summer 2018 solicitation for details, and Zimmerman’s next season florals.

Ankle-crop trousers We’re all finished a stunted hemline met with a statement boot. The new high-low combo.

Accepted down

Power sleeves No longer the way to zshush up an outfit. Now it’s all involving arm warmers, a sort of detachable sleeve, as seen in the new issue of Popularity.

Free weekends As is customary at this time of year, we are sassy out of them until March 2018.


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Clumpy eyelashes It was a trend on the catwalk, good manners of Jeremy Scott and MSGM, but in the rain and cold, doesn’t eatables that well IRL.

Losing your password Scientists at the University of Washington partake of developed a fabric that stores data in your vestments. It’s washable, too.

Sofa searches Not fun now old pound coins are no longer judicial tender.

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