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Welcome to the spring issue


As I have settled into my new role as Editor of STYLEetc, putting together this issue has made me see that I am not alone in stepping out into the great unknown. All around me others are doing exactly the same and every time a new feature dropped into


my inbox, I found myself inspired and encouraged by stories of people achieving great things through not being afraid to try. This theme became prevalent throughout the features in our spring issue.


I’m really proud of the magazine we’ve produced. The STYLEetc team have pulled out all the stops to ensure the pages are packed with inspiring words and images.


I travelled to London to interview Oliver Proudlock from Made In Chelsea about his fashion brand Serge DeNimes (p.16). Known on the show as “the stylish one”, Ollie gives us the lowdown on the inspirations behind his brand and style.


Closer to home we chat to Kirsty Attwood (Head of Fashion for Manchester Fashion Week) and Helen Dimmick (Managing Director of jewellers Green + Benz), who have both exchanged life in the big smoke for Manchester’s sunny skies (p.73 & p.11).


Fashion-wise we bring you our favourite spring trends fresh from the Harvey Nichols catwalk (p.8), and our fashion ed Siobhan Cooper and creative duo Sailor + Stannard have worked their magic bringing those trends to life in the photo shoot Stepford Girl (p.30). We also introduce you to Steph Cunningham, representing design talent up north with her print-tastic debut collection (p.37).


I hope this issue inspires you, as it has me, to embrace the changes and challenges the year may bring, with a resolve to do things that push us out of our comfort zone, safe in the knowledge the only mistake we could ever really make in life is to sit still!


Stepford Girl p.30 Photographer: Layla Sailor


Gemma Latham Managing Editor


Oliver Proudlock p.16 Photographer: Sven Eselgroth


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