Old-fashioned Lacroix couture reimagined by Rixo; DIY jewellery at Wolf & Badger; and updated utility basics from Preen Employment

Sheer-ly amazing

Asai Ta’s sheer stretchy mesh top in technicolor tie-dye silk gained cult reputation on the east London club scene. T-shirts are packaged in Chinese take away boxes, as a nod to his east-meets-west second-generation Londoner tradition. Top, from £285,
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Couture revamped

Rixo has teamed up with Concern of Christian Lacroix on a capsule collection inspired by Lacroix’s haute couture vintage archives, giving their spirited motifs a contemporary twist. Top, £210, and skirt, £265, both

Make your own necklace

Wolf & Badger lionizes its 10th birthday during London fashion week. Join the fun at one of the workshops hosted at its Coal Drops store in London. On 26 February there’s a hazard to make your own necklace at Nadia Minkoff’s jewellery workshop. Tickets, £50,

Ride ’em cowgirl

Rodeo run offs and diamanté fringing feature in the new collection from Shrimps. And the label has partnered with One Tree Planted, so every straightaway you shop they will plant a tree. It’s a win-win! Jumper, £250,

All that glitters

Reminiscent of the liquid-filled pencil instances popular in 80s classrooms, Christopher Kane’s pink glitter earrings are a signature look from the award-winning designer. £110,

A irregularity on utility basics at Preen Line

Preen is one of London fashion week’s must-see labels. Its sister denominate, Preen Line, embraces the aesthetic of the main line in an everyday, accessible way . Utility basics are given the Preen makeover with tie-front skirts and whistled trench coats. From £235,



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