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What To Wear in 2017

A new year, brings a new look. Time to kick start 2017 with the top trends from our favourite luxury designers. As we move away from 2016, we see the industry take the best trends of last year and rework them to deliver a brighter, bolder and stronger year for fashion. Leisurewear still reigns the catwalk… and streets, with dramatic silhouettes, femininity and masculinity blur the gender lines and vintage dress is modernised. We have compelled a list of the trends to look out for in 2017 to let you create your new look for the New Year!


We continue to love the athletic look that dominated the 2016 catwalks, this year leisurewear takes it up a notch with bolder shapes and designs. High is renowned for fusing casual with couture, their new collection introduces high-tech stretch fabrics in slimming colour block leggings and voluminous dresses with racer backs.

Retro velvet

In 2017 we are taking is back to the 70’s, a decade of to glamour, disco dancing and kick flares. The seventies menswear trend persuades you to sharpen up, and invest in some handsome tailoring. The velvet Hockley jacket from BOSS Hugo Boss has a lustrous touch to add flair to your formal look this season.

Clashing colours

Get playful this year and take a look at the delicious Sophie Hulme collection, with every colour at your fingertips, each bag holds ample space and is treated to a charming keyring – the Cromwell tote bag is sure to be the ‘it’ piece this season.

Check prints

Heritage pieces are must-haves this season in menswear. Experts in modern tailoring, Fred Perry offers a stylish cotton shirt adorned in multi-colour check to dress up your casual wardrobe – versatile and handsome style your checks with jeans, chinos or a three-piece suit to make an impression at formal events.

Reworked Shirts

Victoria Beckham redefines femininity with a selection of dynamic shirts, from oversized bows to elongated sleeves. We particularly love this off-the-shoulder stripe shirt, a fitted bodice flares from the waist for a shapely style and statement frill trims it all off.