Karlie Kloss shot by Hedi Slimane for the February issue of Vogue Japan
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Does anybody else love planning what they wear for Christmas day well in Advance? I'm actually going to wear a pretty black shift dress with silver beaded peter pan collar which my sister is giving me for Christmas. I'd love a pair of sparkly shoes to match though; if only I could afford a pair of those pretty Guiseppe Zanotti's pumps, they're half off on net a porter right now, only £208...
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Vogue have just released pictures of the second part of Versace's collaboration with H&M. It's really prety and sweet focusing on white and pale blue with prints of girly butterflies and summer fruits. It's very conventional for spring but I'm not complaining, I love pretty girly clothes. I really want to buy the pretty blue printed shorts and white bikini in matching print, they're just £24.99 each which is about as cheap as it gets when your buying Versace. If I get enough Christmas money I might go for pretty pair of pumps (£39.99) too.
The collection is available online (and only online so you can imagine how difficult it will be to get onto the H&M site) from January 19th. Don't fret if you don't get your hands on a piece in the collection though because H&M has yet another designer collaboration coming this year, the brand is teaming up with Marni in March.
Jumper - asos; skirt - madamoiselle tara; bag - cambridge satchel company; shoes - roger vivier
Bodice & belt - vintage; skirt - zara; sandals - alaia; tights - matterhorn
Beautiful, fluffy, springy femininity from Sarah Burton yet again for Alexander McQueen ss12. Lady Gaga has already donned one of the dresses for her shoot in Elle UK's January. That's not surprising when you look at the whole collection (and I suggest you do) Sarah Burton has managed to make layers of embroidered organza and hand massaged ruffles look as if they sprouted out of the models themselves in Black Swan style only the models are more like mermaids, with elaborate fitted bodices and frothy tails. There's a skeletal feel with the lace headpieces but it isn't eerie, it's very natural. The dresses look like frothy seas rather than Halloween creations.
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Luize Salmgrieze pulls on some cat inspired hats for December's edition of Glamour Spain.
Shot by Alice Rosati, cat ears chosen by Mapi Vidal, eyes painted by Luciano Chirello and fur groomed by Alexandry Costa
Cat shoes, cat hats; is it me or is the eccentric lady trend becoming a cat lady trend? I hope so, I'd love an excuse to don a pair of cat ears with a slick of feline liner on my eyes every day of the week.
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I really want some fun flats like these gorgeous Charlotte Olympia Kitty Shoes (top) but at £485 hey are about £460 out of my price range. Since Alexa Chung, Katy Perry and Sarah Jessica Parker have all been spotted wearing them I'm hoping the high street will come up with some cheaper alternatives.
Right now you can get some cute face shoes from Asos, and there are lots of fun knitted animal slippers at Urban Outfitters if you don't fancy wearing faces on your feet outside.