January is usually the time for transformations, and Autumn is usually that back to school mindset where you become a serious grown up again after the summer playtime. However, thanks to some clever nail inventions and clothing collection launches, we’re going to show you how you can still indulge your inner stylista with a series of prints, textures and weird places to put fabrics…
British clothing brand Yumi has an array of eclectic and quirky digital prints for it’s AW14 season, fronted by model Lilah Parsons.
Keeping true to their English Heritage with lots of quirky touches – there’s a whole host of coordinates and suits in cosmic digital prints, metallic layer options, chunky winter knits with lace panelling, and lots of pastel tones too.
As part of Nails inc’s 15th anniversary celebrations, they have developed a wicked range of fabric effect nail polishes fronted by British ‘face’ (and now hands,) Alexa Chung so that you can stay abreast of the fashion pack with a whole new selection of very clever and innovative techniques placed on your nails.
Comprising 6 new techniques and cutting edge technology including pearl, matte, nude and metallic particles, minute glitters, the new collection features luxurious fabric effects and finishes such as lace, cashmere, leather, silk, sequins, and even camouflage.
Such a lot going on in those gorgeous bottles – yet still light enough to pop in your handbag.