EVENT: Warehouse A/W14 Collection Preview #Talesofthecity


I’m very exited about new trends that winter bring this year so a kind invitation by Arndale Center team to preview Warehouse A/W14 collection was exactly what I needed. I was blown away by a vast selection of furs, sleek skirts and fine knits . Models for the show were sales assistants of the shop and I must say they all did a great job, be afraid Cara Delevingne, be very afraid as there’s lots and lots of  upcoming talent going your way! The collection introduces us to a “yummy” world of soft pastels in candyfloss pink and sweet ice-cream shades. Very warm and fluffy textures combined with knitwear co-ords look incredibly stylish. I’m in love with the staples that were given a luxe update this winter . Now it’s all about long line tops in cashmere or cotton and shirt dresses layered over ribbed tube skirts. The outwear in neutral colour palette lays the foundation for this A/W outwear. You can mix a classic parka or cape with ripped denim or with skinny ribbed leggings. A monochrome animal print coat is a Must this season. You can style it with vibrant reds fine knit jumper to give your look a striking edge . Think bohemian New Yorker meeting Manchester Northern Quarter fashionista . It is an ideal time to be fearless with colour – if it’s grey outside it doesn’t mean we have to wear only grey and black! Add a fluffy fur collar to your outfit and declare the Autumn Colour War. Just have a look at the collection itself, you will get instantly inspired by the contrasting palettes and variety of textures.
Thank you Jason Lock for the gorgeous pictures!

Me and Anna  from  http://itsabloggersworld-annas.blogspot.co.uk/  

Anna and me with super talented host and Illustrator & Author Dom 

#Selfie time 

For pics I’m crediting photographer Jason Lock from http://www.jasonlock.co.uk/

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  1. September 9, 2014 / 9:59 am

    You look great! I'm loving that pink checked coat 🙂 xx

  2. September 21, 2014 / 4:49 pm

    what a fantastic event it was!