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FASHION


Myrine unfolds the beauty of winter luxury, where style and comfort is a perfect fit, a reflection of her dreams - a woman enveloped in a dynamism and freedom of movement.


Myrine & Me


Among the collection’s highlights are an inspiring blend of knitwear worked in soft volume and texture, along with an impressive range


of timeless separates that works with just about everything.


Te hues to keep warm this winter 2012?


Rich tones of chocolate, oak, camel and espresso with vivid bursts of tangerine, burnt orange and sienna, along with wintry whites, inky blues and greys. A palette made for a rich, warm feel this silvery winter.


Feminine style with character, LAUREN VIDAL presents pure-lined, creative and evocative styling that depicts a comfortable ease, elegance, and subtlety.


Relaxed and contemporary outfits combine fullness and femininity, minimalism and glamour, successfully conveying more than simply fashion, a true ‘philosophy of existence’. Lauren Vidal is a collection for every woman.


Lauren Vidal Ross & Bute


An authentically British lifestyle brand, with roots in the rural islands of Scotland and wildest Chelsea, Ross and Bute draws upon a broad range of style influences mixed together with an artful eye to create an entirely timeless look with a modern London edge.


In the Bute tradition, the brand believes in using high


quality materials, fabrics and manufacturing applied to designs which are entirely new and modern. Te results are garments which are refined with a playful edge.


Ross and Bute is intended for confident women who appreciate quality, timeless yet original style and a brand with meaning and heritage.


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