Fashion’s New Slant

It’s another trend we can blame on Brexit, the fluctuating hemlines we saw on the spring catwalks are a reflection of the tumultuous nature of the stock markets, apparently.

That may not be strictly true, but fashion is certainly veering towards skewed edges and one-sided designs right now, injecting much-needed freshness into the high-street collections too.

The economy may be uncertain, but these are the investment buys you won’t regret…

 

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