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38-42 Miss Canteen: Showcasing five CANTEEN’s guide young girls who to the top S/S 13 qualify for the title trends you should of Miss Canteen be wearing! by working their way up in the 28-29 industry. Street Style: Hitting he streets 76-79 of London to snap CANTEEN Meets: some of the Interview with coolest chicks musician and around! fashion icon Delilah 45-55 Screen Queens CANTEEN plays homage to our favourite film characters of the 80s and 90s. 60-73 Dress Me Up Raiding mums wardrobe on the English coastline 84-91 Print Zest Clashing and contrasting patterns for S/S hottest trends 98-104 Miss E. Wood Flash back to the Sixties with Elle Woods.
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105-108 24-25 34: Fashion Whispers: New On The Menu:CANTEEN Surface: A selection of Showcasing the The place to find small fashion hottest up and tips and tricks on all your hair, anecdotes to pass coming new make-up and nail on to your friends. music, films and needs exhibtions you 111 should get Guilty Pleasures: involved with! All the things you hate to love. 35: Renew Review: 115 some ‘golden Hickleston Hovel: oldies’ that you A short story might not know about Mrs about today but Hickleston and her still hold up as quriky litte shop. some of the best books, films and 115 music of all time. Stockists 94-95 Shop & See: This month we give you an insight into London and out pick of the greatest places to spend your wages this month!
meet the team
mills billie-jo williams skelton STYLIST & RESEARCHER Can’t function without a cup of tea.
bel andy sarah monatts wong moretti kay adams
STYLIST, LAYOUTS PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTOGRAPHER & RESEARCHER & FEATURES & RESEARCHER Grunger B loves to Wears 6inch heels Always seen with rock leather on even in the a big smile on leather. snow. his face.
STYLIST, PHOTOGRAPHER & LAYOUTS Loves a leather jacket even in the summer.
HAIR/MAKEUP ARTIST & STYLIST Never seen without her red lippy.
PHOTOGRAPHER Has a walk in wardrobe just for shoes.
ruff les & frills
kicks No more worrying about how on earth you’re going to be able to run for the bus in your new 6 inch heels you just bought! Go back to sleep you’re nightmares are over. its all about KICKS as in KICK YOUR HEELS TO THE CURB! If you think your new Nike high tops are just for runs with the dog think again! Ditch the joggers and take inspiration Mochino Cheap & Chic by pairing a cute summer dress with contrasting high tops.
Its all DRAMA DRAMA DRAMA think Christian Lacroix. We’re giving special shout out to the genius’ that are Benjamin Kirchhoff and Edward Meadham, here at CANTEEN we loved this collection. It embodied everything we love; dressing up, costume, and colour! Add something extra to your outfit, CANTEEN believes jewelled tights is a great first venture if you’re not used to wearing a hand emboridred peacock feather cardigan down your local shop. All you need is a pack of easy to find plastic jewels (think hobby craft), some super glue and colour filled tights.
WILLOW BALENCIAGA MOSCHINO CHEAP & CHIC
KATIE GRAND FOR HOGAN
Boudouir grunge Its time for the balance, that 90â€™s grunge didnâ€™t showed us, your still the same tomboy yet not so Kurt Coban, more Courtney meets Scott Schuman. Grunge as we have never seen it before, simple cuts and sensuous materials make for an effortlessly relaxed look. A flowing mix of masculine and feminine layering. The look is fresh, easy and wearable.
Keeping it minimal, light and fresh for that cool that only exude's from simmer. Shine hasn't just been covalently bonded to just Sliver this season it's about MIXING IT UP! Colouring layering or blocking anything goes as long as it glow's this season. For a young fresh take on this look to none other than Topshop's latest MAKE-UP collaberation Louise Gray, the Queen of a good clashing print, take notes to mix up your style and cause a stir at the next social event you attend don't forget your mirrored head piece.
DOLCE & GABBANA DAMIR DOMA
CELINE CHRISTIAN DIOR
Whispers and secrets of the fashion world to pass on to your friends!
Singer Boy George worked as a shelf staker in Tesco untill he was fired for dressing to outrageous. The next day he turned up dressed in nothing but Tesco bags.
40 per cent of women have hurled some form of expensive footwear at men.
Iconic fashion label Burberry was founded in Basingstoke, once voted the most boring town in England.
Before Henry Holland made it big in the fashion industry he worked for teen magazines Smash Hits and Bliss.
Top bi-monthly fashion magazine Wonderland was founded on the reaity tv show Dragons Den. The first ever pair of Doc Marten boots were made from old car tyers.
street style Callisto 20 Shop Assistant Jacket - Vintage Tshirt - Camden Market Trousers - Ebay Shoes - Vans “I just pick up whatever I can off the floor!”
CANTEEN hits the streets of London to snap some of the coolest chicks around!
Sophia 23 Working in Fashion PR Jacket - Topshop Dress & Scarf - H&M Boots - Clarks “Running around London all day picking up samples means I dress for comfort rather than style”
Ella 21 Studying Illustration @ Camberwell Jacket - Urban Outfitters Jeans - Charity Shop Bag - Mum’s vintage Boots - Dr Martens “Being at a creative uni I’m constantly around stylish people and get get inspired by them”
Rosie Ashley 20 19 Studying Textiles @ CSM Laurel Studying Graphics @ LCC Scarf & Jeans - John Lewis 23 Coat - Dark Shadows Cardigan - Topshop Market Stall Owner Shirt - Cos Bag The Cambridge Satchel Company Cape - Spitafields Market Satchel - Beyond Retro “I’m mainly stuck in the stuck in the Jeans - French Connection Shoes - Dr Martens studio all day so I keep to Boots - Camden “I’m a huge fan of androgynous something relaxed” “Working on the stall I dress to keep style and love to mix it up to warm but try to incorporate some wearing mens pieces” of my style in their too”
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renew review Introducing new on the menu, CANTEEN’S guide to the hottest up and coming new music, films and exhibtions you should get involved with!
BEST COAST - An American surf pop band from, California. The band consists of duo Bethany Cosentino and Bobb Bruno, think Beach Boys vibe with East Coast 60’s girl group influences such as the Ronnettes and Shangri-Las. Having already had their music video ‘our deal’ directed by none other than Drew Barrymore and this summer supporting Green Day on their 2013 US tour theres no doubt this due will be ‘13s summer break out group!
D AV I D B O W I E I S : E X H I B T I O N The V+A this summer will hold one of its most exciting exhibtions so far for fashion and music lovers. The David Bowie Archive will curate the first international retrospective of the extraordinary career of David Bowie including handwritten lyrics, original costumes, fashion, photography, film, music videos and set designs.
T H E G R E AT G AT S BY 2013 brings the long awaited re-adaptinon of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s literary classic The Great Gatsby to our big screen. Toby Mguire stars as Nick Carraway a Yale graduate, a World War I veteran, who is lured into the lavish world of his neighbor, Jay Gatsby (Leonardio Decprio) Soon enough, however, Carraway will see through the cracks of Gatsby’s nouveau riche existence, where obsession, madness, and tragedy await.
Check out some ‘golden oldies’ that you might not know about today but still hold up as some of the best books, films and music of all time.
H E AT H E R S The cult dark comedy from 1989. Starring Winona Ryder the Queen of Teen in the late 1980s as Veronica forced into the world of ‘The Heathers’ she muddles over the consequences of giving up one set of friends for another. Her association with the new boy in school, sociopath JD (A young Christian Slater) turns out to have deadly consequences. Heathers remains a benchmark in contemporary cinema for bringing surreal intelligence into Hollywood films.
F L E E T WO O D M AC : R U M O U R S One of the most popular groups of the late ‘70s Fleetwood mac, Combed soft rock with the confessional introspection of singer/songwriters they added the soft rock duo of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks to their lineup, Fleetwood Mac created a slick but emotional sound that helped 1977’s Rumours become one of the biggest-selling albums of all time. Diamond selling and grammy award winning Fleetwood Mac still inspire music to this present day.
G R E AT E X P E CTAT I O N S Considered by many to be Dickens’ finest novel, The story abounds with some of Dickens’ most memorable characters. It traces the growth of the book’s narrator, Pip, from a boy of shallow dreams to a man with depth of character. As Pip unravels the truth behind his own ‘great expectations’, the mysteries of the past and the convolutions of fate through a series of thrilling adventures steer him towards maturity and his most important discovery of all - the truth about himself.
miss canteen CANTEEN showcases five young girls who we applaud for working their way up in the industry and get to know them on a more personal level. Sarah Thomas - Model Battersea 22 I study Fda Styling and Photography at the London College of Fashion. I like the course and enjoy being surrounded by creative people. I was originally signed with Zone model agency for two years and have now moved onto Select. I love the modeling industry and feel very lucky. Jane Duval originally scouted me in Primark in Oxford Circus, however, when I was scouted for select at a craft event, it took me five months to go to the agency, partly because I was so nervous. I do not want to model forever and know I will not be able to. At the moment, I am taking everything as it comes and remaining positive..
Who are your current style icons? Audrey Hepburn. I don’t exactly dress like her but love her style. I also think Alice Goddard dresses well and really want one of her Love Tits tops. What is your typical day to day style? I guess you could say smart. I only wear skirts and dresses. Song of the moment? Alt J- Breezeblocks What’s next for you? I’m not too sure, I still have a year and a half left of my course. After that I guess I want to try and pursue my modelling more or work at a magazine. Most memorable trip? Three years ago I went to Brussels with three friends for a birthday. We all took our cameras, ate delicious food and saw so many beautiful buildings and churches. I would definitely love to go again. Most memorable meeting? I was lucky enough to audition to be Cinderella in the new Disney film. I got the audition through my agency so that was a pretty amazing opportunity even though I didn’t get the job. How did you get to where you are today? I went to Cardiff for the weekend for my friend’s birthday so the underground and the 170 bus. Describe your perfect day? My perfect day would be on a day trip with some friends. One of us would drive, we would all have our cameras and we would have a lovely pub lunch.
Phoebe Garlick- Designer Somerset 23 I am a fashion designer with my own clothing company Henry Hunt, we produce a collection of high fashion and stylish pieces with an English Country Affair feel inspiring a collection for both ladies and gent Who are you current style icons? Daphne Guinness, Blake Lively Describe yourself in three words? outgoing, creative, ditzy What was your last purchase? Some Velvet Check Treggings from topshop Describe your typical day to day style? relaxed and casual with a splash of colour and touch of high fashion lux Describe a pivotal moment? deciding to start Henry Hunt! Song of the moment? Johnny Cash - Gods gunna cut you down Guilty pleasure? Expensive shoes What’s next for you? Pushing Henry Hunt onto a new level, rebranding and redeveloping into a high fashion design label Where do you hope to be in 10 years? In a studio in London overseeing my staff and designing collections to be shown at Fashion week with a flagship store in Sloane Square or Kings Road.
Describe your typical work day? It varies loads! but normally Check emails and orders in the morning, update fb page and twitter, Go down to the studio and start making orders or new designs. Most memorable trip? California a few weeks ago. Went for a month on a roadtrip with my boyfriend, it was the most incredible experience, we went all over and ended up in Arizona. Most memorable meeting? It would have to be Christopher Bailey when I ran into him in a club, I nearly cried! How did you get to where you are today? With a lot of help encouragement and support from my mum and family. Also by the drive of wanting to do my own thing and never work for anyone else ever again!!
Nicole Jessop - Creative Director London 21
Rebecca Bennett - Intern London 21 A little northern girl currently studying Fashion Promotion at University for the Creative Arts. My most recent work experience was with Selfridges and have an upcoming one in Fred Perry marketing. My dream graduation job would be to work in an innovative and creative marketing company. I enjoy city breaks, discovering new places and soul music nights my friends. Who are your current style icons? Young Marianne Faithfull, Edie Campbell, Alix Brown.
So my name is Nicole, I am the founder and creative director of KTW.Keep The Wolf is a online fashion website bringing fashion lovers the latest from the fashion world along with the freshest new talent. KTW has grown from a simplistic blog to a fashion website that plays host to the KTW online magazine and also sells the KTW print mag.
Describe yourself in three words? Optimistic, Dreamy, Ambitious
Who are your current style icons? Hmm I wouldn’t say I have a style icon but I do like some of the outfits XXX wear
What was your last purchase? Black, winter boots from Office. I always have to wear heels because I’m small haha.
Describe yourself in three words? Creative, postive, determined
What is your typical day to day style? Understated, mainly black! Leather or fur, always lippy!
What was your last purchase? Oh that was a pair of cheap monday jeans the high waisted pair and I’m just about to get a unicorn clutch bag from the whitepepper
Describe a pivotal moment in your life? Working on a window display in Selfridges and seeing the final piece in i-D and Vogue, receiving great feedback for the tiring over night shifts!
What’s next for you? Graduation, the future, and beginning the career ladder climb! Hopefully some volunteering and travelling in Asia over the summer first though. Where do you see yourself in 10 years? I would love to have worked my way up into a creative marketing job and to have a pretty apartment in a european city. Oh and a Dachshund puppy! Describe your typical work day? My work experiences vary everyday from creating ginormous, illuminated plastic crystals for the Alex Mattsson ‘Bright Young Things’ promotion to dressing handsome male models for look book campaigns to communicating with magazines such a Vogue to gain extra press. Making a good cup of tea is alwaysa good skill too ha. Most memorable trip? Visiting my best friend in Southern France, drinking beers on the empty beach in the middle of the night and walking around beautiful little historic french towns during the day. I love architecture! Most memorable meeting? Erin O’Connor telling me to keep dreaming! How did you get to where you are today? Persistance is the key! Emailing people until they give in haha and being a little bit cheeky, always trying to get the most out of every opportunity you’re given.
What is your typical day to day style? Well it really does vary sometimes I dress like a granny (I like to think a chic granny) so interesting knits vintage shirts and a range of skirts mini and ankle. I do like the tailored look so again shirt teamed with blazers and I love a good peg leg trouse. Describe a pivotal moment in your life? I guess it was creating keep the wolf and being able to delvelop it. Plus getting the opportunity to meet so mny talented people!! What’s next for you? Welll the next issue of KTW is will be published online for next febuary (on time for LFW). So the KTW team and I are very busy getting it all finshed. We have been given the opportunity to work with William mccgerory who is a amazing film director so we are really lucky to have some of his precious time. This collabration is to great our first fashion film, so wer’e all very excited for the finshed product which will be available to watch on the website once launched! Most memorable trip? Searching for a bar on the beach front in turkey...
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? That’s a hard question! I enjoy so many things within the fashion industry so I would like to think branching off into New projects but Most memorable meeting? always wanting to have involvement with nurturing new talent. meeting our cover girl paloma faith was great. We previously had met during fashion week but it was lovely to meet her Describe your typical work day? again and get to ask her lots of questions. after teas, nibbles and general chit chat we have a quick look at meassages emails etc, if we have a big project on or we are in the How did you get to where you are lead up to a magazine launch we will have a group meeting and thentoday? back to individual tasks. Just hard work, not giving up and not sleeping much!!
Hayley Clifton - Buyer Shepherds Bush 20 I am a twenty year old buyer from the midlands, I moved to London to study Buying at the Fashion Retail Academy, which led me to a buying job at juicy Couture. Who are your current style icons? Jessica Stam, and Josh Beech Describe yourself in three words? Moody, Attentive, and Determined. What was your last purchase? Hot chocolate from Starbucks What is your typical day to day style? Shirts layered with jumpers, and man shoes. Describe a pivotal moment in your life? Sitting front row and Topshop Unique ss13 Song of the moment? Wicked games- Chris Isaak What’s next for you? Moving to a new flat in kensington, and redecorating every room with glitter. Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Hopefully much closer to my goal of a head buying role. Most memorable trip? Last summer I went to San Francisco, it was amazing I went whale watching on a tiny fisherman’s boat. Most memorable meeting? Channing Tatum, I cant even describe it to you, literally. How did you get to where you are today? I studied at the Fashion Retail Academy, worded extremely hard, and got my job through an internship. Describe your perfect day? Pajamas, phone off, greys anatomy.
SCREEN QUEENS CANTEEN plays homage to the biggest screen queens of cult 80’s and 90’s films bringing your favourite characters back to life.
PHOTOGRAPHY - BETH A. WELD STYLING - BILLIE-JO SKELTON MUA & HAIR - SARAH KAY
BLAZER - BEYOND RETRO SHIRT - BLITZ VINTAGE SKIRT - H&M PEN - PAPER CHASE
OH SO CLUELESS
SUNGLASSES - CLAIRES ACCESSORIES TOP - VINTAGE BELT ASOS JEANS - LEVI
ONE DAY SHE MAY BE ALMOST FAMOUS
DRESS - ASOS MARKET PLACE
ANOTHER SULTRY SUICIDE
ALL NECKLACES - TOPSHOP LACE BODY - ASOS SKIRT - ASOS EARRINGS - ROCK & ROSE
FUR COAT - ROKIT VINTAGE DRESS - BLITZ VINTAGE HAIRCLIP - H&M
THE ADOPTED TENENBAUM FEELING CRAFTY 49
HAIR BOW - TOPSHOP SHIRT - ASOS BROOCH - EBAY BLAZER - ROKIT VINTAGE SKIRT - H&M TIGHTS - H&M
THATS mISS HEATHER CHANDLER TO YOU 53
SUNGLASSES - TOPSHOP, LEATHER JACKET - H&M
THIS GIRL DOESNT CRY BABY
YOU’RE IN A DOOMED GENERATION 55
NECKTIE - TOPSHOP DRESS - URBAN OUTFITTERS, BIKER JACKET - H&M
DRESS ME UP PHOTOGRAPY & STYLING: BEL MORETTI & ANDY WONG
MODEL: NIA GREWCOCK
CROWN - MEADHAM KIRCHOFF FOR TOPSHOP, TUNIC - TOPSHOP, MESH TOP - VINTAGE, FEATHER CAPE - TOPSHOP, SKIRT - AMERICAN APPAREL, BOOTS - VINTAGE
TSHIRT - BEYOND RETRO DRESS - TOPSHOP, RING- MANGO
HEADDRESS - STYLISTS OWN NECKLACE - FIONA PAXTON FRINGE CAPE - TOPSHOP MESH DRESS - AMERICAN APPAREL, TROUSERS - ZARA
HEADDRESS - AS BEFORE JUMPER - ZARA MAN SKIRT - AMERICAN APPAREL RING - AS BEFORE
SHIRT - URBAN OUTFITTERS NECKLACE - TOM BINNS TOP - TOPSHOP TROUSERS - ZARA RING - AS BEFORE
ROLL NECK - H&M NECKLACE - AS BEFORE BELT - DIESEL SKIRT- AMERICAN APPAREL
HEADDRESS - AS BEFPRE FUR COAT - TOPSHOP TOP - URBAN OUTFITTERS SKIRT - VINTAGE BOOTS- AS BEFORE
ROLL NECK - AS BEFORE TOP & SHORTS - VINTAGE NECKLACE - FREEDON @ TOPSHOP RING - AS BEFORE
HEADDRESS - AS BEFORE TOP - TOPSHOP CROTCHET CARDIGAN - URBAN OUTFITTERS TROUSERS - AS BEFORE
canteens meets.. delilah For our launch issue, CANTEEN meets with 22 year old superstar Delilah who’s been seducing the underground music scene for the past 5 years and is now coming up for air as she tours Europe and beyond. Following collaborations with Chase & Status and Maverick Sabre, Delilah is going it alone. The singer/songwriter to talks style mistakes and stardom.
“I was the poster girl for badly behaved teens! I was stroppy, stubborn and rude.”
Obviously you have quite a distinctive style, do you try to keep up with the trends or do you just create your own? I can’t keep up with trends! Fashion changes so often, all it takes is one video or a picture online and something can become on trend just like that. I try and wear what makes me feel good. I love to play dress up every once in a while but generally my style is quite comfortable. Does your style tend to change when you perform at gigs? I most definitly take every opportunity to experiment with new things and I try and push myself to create something exciting for every show I do, but when performing on stage you have to be comfortable too so it’s finding the right balance. How do you feel fashion and music interlink for you? I’m heavily involved in everything I do. I work with a stylist but I’m not a clothes horse, we collaborate and ultimately I decide what I’m happy wearing. This goes for my music as well; every word comes from me so I guess both represent how I’m feeling at any given time. If you could say something to your teenage self now what would it be? Don’t worry so much! Don’t give up. Enjoy it before it’s all over. Sadly I didn’t really enjoy my teenage years, in hindsight I was involved, and good at a lot of cool things. I wish I had embraced some of my opportunities more and made the most of them, because now I’m too busy to do a lot of the things I love to do. When you think of your teenage years, is it clear to see how both you and your style have developed? I was the poster girl for badly behaved teens! I was stroppy, stubborn and rude. I had nice qualities too but sadly they were rarely seen! All my angst was great for my I was the poster girl for badly behaved teens! I was stroppy, stubborn and rude. writing though! So I guess that’s one positive thing (laughs). As for my style, well what can I say…? It was developing! At the time I thought I had great taste and so did my friends but looking back it wasn’t so wonderful. Think Sovereign rings, and velour track suits!
Words - Beth Weld
canteens meets.. delilah Who are your current style icons? I don’t really have a style icon as such; I try to be completely unique. Having said that I think Dita Von Teese always looks impeccable and really embodies femininity and glamour. I also love how Gwen Stefani combines punk rock with high fashion looks so I guess if I were to have an icon they would make the cut! What’s your favourite current fashion item? I love shoes! Obviously winter is always a good time to invest in a pair of great boots! I also love leather this season; leather tee’s, trousers, skirts, everything! What’s on your playlist right now? I’m really loving Kendrick Lamar’s new album. Possibly one of my favourites this year! I advise everyone to have a listen. Who would you name as upcoming talent? I’m a big fan of up and coming Australian rapper Iggy Azealia. She combines high fashion and hip hop. She has a great look and is really representing for the girls! How does having your own stylist help you when choosing outfits for events? I couldn’t do it without her! Day to day I’m not one of those people whose stylists decide there weekly wardrobe but when it comes to a red carpet event my stylist (Cynthia Lawrence John) is incredible. I rarely fit into a dress straight off the rail so alterations are always needed and we try and make everything I wear that little bit different. Cynthia knows how to make something look effortlessly cool and I still feel great in it too so it’s a win win. What are your current projects and plans for the future? At the moment I’m working on a new album for 2013. It’s so much fun being back in the studio and I can’t wait for everyone to hear and see my new material.
Delilah’s new album is due for release in mid 2013, keep your ears open kids!
Print Zest No such thing as too much print...
Stylist : Sarah Kimber Photographer: Monatts Adams 84
Stained Glass One Piece TOPSHOP ÂŁ35.
Aztec jacket and skirt H&M £3 Blue socks NEWLOOK £5.99 Xena Aztec Print Platform Shoe Boots BOOHOO £35
Rochelle Aztec Print Mesh Insert Bodysuit BOOHOO £12 Mustard binkini bottoms H&M £3.99 Green leaf bracelet H&M £3.99
Cut out bralet TOPSHOP £30 Maroon dimond taliored trousers £34.99
Colour block bralet H&M £12.99 Graphic trousers H&M £15 Snakeskin heeled sandals ZARA £49.99
Geo Print Cut Out Suit Tex mex print / UK 10 £15.00 Hair & Make-up: Sarah Kimber Model: Alex Stefani Set Design: Sarah Kimber
Midi Bodycon Dress In Bandana Print ASOS £13.00
shop and see - london As part of CANTEENâ€™s Review & Do section we give you an insight into a different city each month. From shops, teating to hitting the dance floor, Shop and See is the only guide you need! We begin with the capital city, the one and only London! And out pick of the greatest places to spend your wages this month!
SHIRT - HOBBS, EARRINGS - LIBERTY LONDON
MISS E. WOOD PHOTOGRAPHY - MAXWELL TOMLINSON STYLING - MELISSA WILLIAMS MODEL-ELLIS WOOD
DRESS - ASOS, RUSSEL & BROMLEY, EARRINGS- H&M
ROLL NECK - NEXT SKIRT - TOPSHOP BOOTS - HOBBS
DRESS - VINTAGE, BOOTS - HOBBS
SKIRT - TOPSHOP, ROLL NECK - NEXT
Our twist on this seasons trends for hair, make up and nail art. We bring you the latest products to achieve the looks straight from the catwalk.
ROLL NECK - AMERICAN APPAREL, DRESS - H&M
ELECTRIC EYES This look derives from the psychedelic 60's with a tough urban kick trending on the runway for Moschino's Cheap & Chic range. To apply, all you do is draw on the waterline and lower lashes. Don't worry, no need to spend a fortune just to get this spectacular look, get down to your local Superdrug or Boots and buy the Rimmel Eyeliner twist for £3.99!
Plaits are gonna be a big trends for SS13 so get ready to start customising your hair. To get the plaits with the hair in the bun look, buy yourself a bottle of Bumble and Bumble's Prep spray for £15 and the amazing Bumble and Bumble's Classic Hairspray for £18.50 just to give it the hold your bun needs!
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This summer the Nepalese designer showcases an array of garments that are allied with some unique nails. The oxblood drip nails are a cool way to decorate your nails and it will benefit your look. The best way to get the effect is to buy the Chanel Le Vernis Nail Colour 637 Malice for ÂŁ18.00.
guilty pleasures Don’t be alone in your private obsession with the Biebs, or that on a Saturday night you’d rather curl up in a onesie than hit the town. CANTEEN shares the secret things we all hate to love!
-JUSTIN BIEBER -NICKI MINAJ -ONE DIRECTION
-TOWIE -JERSEY SHORE -MADE IN CHELSEA
-ONESIES -FLIP FLOPS -BUM BAGS
Hickleston’s Hovel Hickleton’s hovel was a small, generally unnoticed retail shop in the middle of a vibrant, trendy street in London. The shop as drastically different to any other on the street as the owner, Miss Hickleton, a quite large and strong woman, refused to change her garment list, the same order had been sent to the store for the past 20 years, every 3 months on the dot, the same clothes were sold, strictly only grey women’s workwear, made of a very heavy wool blend. The other women who worked there were all young, pleasant and fun but all had to dress in Hickleton’s strict work uniform, adopting a withdrawn persona, which was hard to over come even when the store had customers, which was very rare, as the public feared Hickleton’s infamous temper. One morning when her employees turned up for work, Hickleton was enraged. An order had come to the shop, which was obviously wrong, it consisted of nothing the shop had ever seen before, amazing colour’s bright whites, daffodil yellows and opulent magentas, tailored cut outs more rambunctious than the store had ever seen, frills prints and embellishment, Hickleton was flabbergasted. Looking at the label she had no idea who Christopher Kane was but had assumed that must have received a Brown’s Fashion order instead their usual. Hickleton feared the incurrence of the postal cost to send the items back, Miss Hickleton was very thrifty you see and hated spending money. Some of the clothes had to be put out on the shop floor as there was not enough space in the small backroom and by midday this had attracted some attention from shoppers walking past, much to Hickleton’s dismay.
Unsure of what to do the she reluctantly, decided to try and sell some of the clothes in the order to make some money back, which Hickleton described as “grubby profit”. In the coming weeks all of the clothes were sold, and the shop was a much happier place to be, and Hickleton made a handsome profit from it. The staff had seen a change in their usually belligerent boss and had even got away with wearing coloured accesories, and socks to work. After all the new clothes had been sold, one of the staff plucked up the courage to ask Hickleton whether or not the shop would go back to its strict ‘only grey’ policy to which Hickleton only replied “Lets just say I hope there is another wrong order coming in tomorrow”. That night at home Miss Hickleton ditched her usual lifeless and dull attire and tried on some clothes she had taken off the shop floor to ‘check’. This brought a smile to her face for the first time, in a long while since Otto had run away to join the Russian ballet. Over time The Hovel continued to flourish under its much-improved ethos, also receiving a letter from The Communications Store saying that it had been named the newest stockiest for Christopher Kane, and would be receiving regular orders and eventually also took on other brands, bringing in innovative designs and colour to the store, and Hickleton had only one request, absolutely no grey, unless its Louise. The store flourished and was renamed Hickleton’s Haven.
stockists Acne www.acnestudios.com
Dr. Martens www.store.drmartens.co.uk
River Island www.riverisland.com
Fiona Paxton www.netaporter.com
Rock and Rose www.rocknrose.co.uk
Fred Perry www.fredperry.com
Agnes B http://europe.agnesb.com/en/
Alexander Wang www.alexanderwang.com
Sonia by Sonia Rykiel www.soniarykiel.com/en/sonia-by-sonia-rykiel
American Apparel www.americanapparel.net
House of Holland www.houseofholland.co.uk
American Vintage www.am-vintage.com
B Store www.bstorelondon.com
Beyond Retro www.beyondretro.com
Lazy Oaf www.lazyoaf.co.uk
Black Milk www.blackmilkclothing.com
Louise Gray www.louisegraylondon.com
Blitz London www.blitzlondon.co.uk
M Missoni www.missoni.co.uk
Marc by Marc Jacobs www.harrods.com/brand/marc-by-marcjacobs
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Miu Miu www.store.miumiu.com Next www.next.co.uk
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Ray Ban www.ray-ban.com/uk
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