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  1. Scarlet fever!

    Scarlet dresses look great on pretty much all skin tones, and are almost as classic as the little black dress – a great option for a night out. Upon our usual perusal of the ‘best dressed’ celebs of the week, we noticed a number of ladies in red. Here’s our favourite three for a little while.

    And now you can click on the pictures to use Snap Fashion and find and buy similar dresses to suit your budget from over 150 top retailers.

    By using our iPhone app or the website,, you can take a picture of anything to find items of clothing in the perfect colour. Love watermelons and fancy a dress to match? No problem. Or have a favourite outfit and want to find the perfect shade of shoes to match? We can help – go on, give Snap Fashion a go and tell us what you think!

    Natalie Portman wears Dior

    Natalie Portman wears Dior

    Karlie Kloss does her thing in a sleek Jason Wu number

    Karlie Kloss does her thing in a sleek Jason Wu number

    On the red end of scarlet but still amazing, Dress Hemingway wears Henry Holland's Pre SS14 collection early!

    On the red end of scarlet but still amazing, Dress Hemingway wears Henry Holland’s Pre SS14 collection early!

    Pics: Vogue

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  2. Election fashion special: stars and stripes

    We’re writing this while glued to the news* and waiting for news of who will be the new President of the USA. Regardless of the result, we’re gripped by election fever and to celebrate, here’s some stylish stars and stripes, from classic flag type shorts that look great with opaque black tights and plimsols to on-trend velvet and sheer tees that tap into the gothic trend.

    *Okay result in, congratulations to President Barack Obama and didn’t the family all look great on the podium for the victory speech!

    Classic! Topshop have a good choice of stars and stripes shorts! We love this bleached pair by MOTO

    Isabel Marant crystal star ring £60 from Net-a-Porter

    Devour stripe tshirt £50 from Topshop

    House of Holland USA tights £15

    Wildfox Seeing Stars Lennon sweater £208

    Pics: Retailers

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  3. Collaboration alert! Schott and House of Holland

    Calling all devotees of colourful hi-tops, bomber jackets and fans of Styled to Rock, Henry Holland has buddied up with cult US label Schott to bring us some seriously eye-catching jackets with an urban edge and celebrate the label’s 100th birthday.

    While Schott brings back slightly grim nineties fashion memories for me, the grunge/rave thing was all over the SS13 catwalk. I bet we see Pixie Geldoff sporting one of these lairy leathers fairly soon and Schott has dressed the likes of Kate Moss, Rihanna, Blondie and The Sex Pistols.

    This one reminds me of Willy Wonka!

    Eye-catching colour combo

    Pics: Elle.

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  4. Olympics: Nicola Roberts takes Gold for party dress

    We all know that the sports luxe trend has legs for the whole summer season and we salute Nicola Roberts for getting into the Olympic spirit by teaming her glam maxi with Henry Holland x Superga pumps for the Warner Music Group’s pre London 2012 Games bash at The Tate Modern.

    One to copy!

    For more pics of the attendees (we heart Leah Weller’s daring minimalist look and Poppy Delevingne’s colour blocking) check out the full article.

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  5. Celebs who love round glasses: inspiration gallery

    It’s the trend that just keeps on going. Circular-shaped sunglasses have been around since 2009 with everyone from edgy Lady Gaga and Mary-Kate Olsen to glossy celeb stylist Rachel Zoe rocking a pair. Fearne Cotton and Alexa Chung have made the look typically London-refuse-to-try-hard. Nice job girls.

    Will you be partaking in some round sunglasses fun?

    Alexa goes bold for fashion week fun

    Fearne looks effortlessly cool

    Cheap and cheerful ASOS colourblock sunnies £12 (and they tick the pastel trend box - clever ASOS)

    Kristen plays the grunge card

    Mary-Kate Olsen makes these her own with a boho twist

    Beautiful leather oversized round sunnies from The Row - £259

    Had to include Rachel Zoe's amazing look

    Nicole Richie makes her round glasses glam

    Lady Gaga loves'em

    On the catwalk (and an Olsen) from Who What Wear's amazing blog

    The original icon

    Henry Holland For Le Specs Exclusive To ASOS Lennon Round Sunglasses £70

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  6. LFW day two: make-up vs crayons

    Today London was celebrating the arrival of Moschino Cheap & Chic and the collection screamed 1960s, liquorice allsorts and make-up.

    Carrying on SS12’s prominent trend of sugary pastel cuteness, pointy kitten heels, pretty lace and candy colours all featured heavily, as well as bright pink knits with crochet collars, bold buttons teamed with sixties style cigarette trous.

    And the best bit? The amazing prints featuring lips, make-up and bows. Just soooo cute. Our biggest criticism: fur, which apparently is real. Eew. Just say no.

    Make-up prints with bright lace - is this really for winter?!

    The eyes have it

    I LOVE this 1960s style coat with cute pointy shoes

    Henry Holland also stuck with bright pastels but the shot of primary red (dubbed Crayola red by some) which featured surprisingly heavily in the House of Holland collection, stopped it being too saccharine.

    I loved the bright zig-zags in the silk dresses but the 1970s flared leggings with blazers left me cold. The punchy Hounds tooth was very Holland but it was all a little too disco for me. I prefer Holland in his statement tshirt era.

    The highlight of the show?

    The houndstooth look

    More zig zags

    Pics: From Vogue and Twitter.

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  7. Slinky fringing

    There’s something about fringing that is so glamorous Art Deco roaring twenties-style. We loved Georgia May Jagger’s Julien MacDonald number and Blake Lively’s risqué Marchesa frock. Fringing looks particularly glam in silver and Lanvin, Marchesa and Salvatore Ferragamo

    But fringing can also be mussed up for a rock-and-roll sixties vibe and looks great with jeans, flat boots and preferably a leather jacket a la Balmain. We’re starting to see plenty of fringed t-shirts and kimono tops popping up all over the high street. Enjoy!

    Fringing feast!

    In love with this House of Holland dress with fringe strap - £194 from £485 in the ASOS sale = bargain!

    This limited edition pink tie dye prink fringed kimono from River island is an easy way to dabble in fringing £40

    Ultimate fringe bodycon dress by Dress Up Topshop - £75

    Sooooo rock & roll - ASOS metallic knitted jacket with fringe details - £13.50 in the sale

    Main pic: WhoWhatWear.

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  8. Henry Holland for Little Mix

    We’ve been watching X Factor now-and-again over the past few weeks and are always glued to Twitter … so we couldn’t help noticing that designer Henry Holland is a big Little Mix fan, so much so that he has made personalised House of Holland tights for the band.

    Henry tweeted ‘Life Made’ after meeting the band last week and the tights appeared soon afterwards! Check them out.

    Check out those tights!

    And more!

    When Henry met Little Mix

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  9. InStyle Henry Holland cover taps into Augmented Reality trend

    Yesterday we received our copy of the InStyle UK December issue with a very beautiful cover by Paul Smith. The only problem is that the special edition covers are only available to subscribers and we really wanted the Henry Holland one, which comes with a very cool augmented reality twist – because we’re tech crazy.

    Lucky subscribers with the Henry Holland cover can download the Aurasma Lite app (for iPhone and Android) to make the cover come alive. The tech company was behind Debenhams’ augmented reality app too.

    InStyle promises a ‘super-stylish surprise’ and we reckon it might be a film clip for the ‘Film InStyle’ project – all the films will go online after 23rd November. Then again as the cover contains massive leopard print (a little like Henry’s print design on the dress Pixie Geldof is wearing) it’s possible it might be a leopard-print-based animation.

    Let us know if you have the cover and have tried it!

    We’re so pleased that augmented reality apps are gaining a wider audience in the fashion industry…now bring on visual search!

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