Whether it’s runway, high-street or makeup, this season’s new take on colour blocking has got us head over heels in love.
The understated nude paired with bright neons, perfect for a hot summer’s day.
An easier way to incorporate this trend into your wardrobe? Try out the new, and appropriately name of course, Bobbi Brown Neon and Nudes Collection. A dusting of champagne eyeshadow and a pop of coral on the lips, perf.
The logo-centric label set up by punk designer Stephane Rayner in the ‘80s with its cult-visited store on the Kings Road used to be the preserve of hip scensters.
But now the brand seems to be coming back into popular culture with its new collection exclusively being stocked at Selfridges. You might recognise Boy London’s distinctive graphics from The Jonathon Ross show where Rihanna sported a full head-to-toe ensemble.
Needless to say, we are total fans of the graphic-tee look, as evidenced in our very own design - WHAT YOU GON DO WITH ALL THAT JUNK?
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Fringed clothing has a bizarre tendency to make us want to dance, and now we’re suddenly in the mood to listen to Hey Ya by Outkast…