To fill the sartorial-shaped hole left in our hearts, we spent every moment they were closed saving the best pieces from our favourite designers – and just as our wishlist started to get out of hand, the luxury e-tailer announced the reopening of their online operations. Yup, Net-A-Porter is back in business.
From socially-distanced birthdays to -induced , the current global pandemic has wreaked havoc with the fashion industry and everyone was shocked by the closure of London warehouse back in March.
Stuck in a wardrobe rut after seven-or-so weeks of lockdown? Net-A-Porter is the perfect place to head. Consider ditching your tracksuit in favour of a summer dress or Zoom-worthy top and the way you feel about working from home will be transformed. If we can’t pub crawl this bank hol, we shop.
Spotted on the SS20 runways of broderie anglaise trend is more prolific than it has been in a long time this season. So are sitting pretty at the top of our to-buy list. Luckily, broderie anglaise goes hand-in-hand with our new-found desire to invest in pieces that are both comfy and cool (in both senses of the word).and , the
Alongside light and floaty fabrics, we’re taking comfort in trends which remind us of our childhood. Case in point: tie dye – a kaleidoscopic method of hand-dying which is experiencing something of a renaissance. has successful diverted our attention away from tie-dye loungewear and managed to make the trend somewhat grown up. This is already in our basket.