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Cover Editor-In-Chief
Photography: Cameron James Wilson
Tallulah Doherty
Hair & Make-Up: Adam Burrell
Model: Anna @ Premier Model Management.
Art Direction
Edgar Hoffmann

Photographers
Fashion Editor
Cameron James Wilson
Stefani Ania Suffo Marian Kihogo
Matthew Pandolfe
Simon Thistle Features Editor
Anna Thiessen Rachel Royce
Ikwa Zhao
Lucie Hugary Video Editing
Barry Hollywood Georgia Hudson
Damon Baker Marie Schuller
Ryan Aylesworth
Contributors
Jesse Laitinen
Alan Chan Alexis J
Sarah Jane Grace Carroll
Amar Daved Biki John
Hayden Williams
www.glossy-mag.com Lucy Laucht
Twitter: @GlossyMag Laurel Waldron
Facebook Group: Glossy Magazine Laura Walls
All Enquiries: hello@glossy-mag.com Bip Ling
© Glossy Magazine 2010- All Rights Reserved. Evangeline Ling
JOHANN WOLFGANG
VON GOETHE,
1749 - 1832
Contents
1 Three Trends To Wear Now 9 About A Girl 20 Glossy Editorial
Shearling, Capes and Ombre Laura Walls explores the Kadri
Hair we’ve got the lowdown platonic girl crush.
on the hottest looks for autumn/ 21 Glossy Editorial
winter 2010. 10 Glossy Editorial Bronzed
After You
2 Blog Loving 22 “My Muses”
Stephanie J editor of NEET 11 Designer Spotlight - Laquan Smith by Illustrator Hayden Williams
Magazine chats to us exclusively We catch up with the latest
about how she got her start in online wunderkind of the New York 23 Glossy Video Interview
publishing and her future plans. fashion scene. Joel Dash, Fashion Entrepreneur

3 Glossy Editorial 12 Glossy Meets… 24 Glossy Video


Boys Wanna Be Her Sex blogger Chloe of Bip & Evangeline Ling
“So I Met This Guy”
4 Glossy Video Interview 25 Glossy Editorial
Zara Martin, TV Presenter 13 Glossy Editorial Mountain Battle
C’est Chic
5 Five Minutes With…Alicia Ong 26 The Bold and The Beautiful
We catch up with the designer 14 Illustrator Spotlight Biki John breaks down autumn/
behind boutique label Al & Alicia. Missy McCullough winter’s most stylish jewellery trends.

6 Intern Diaries 15 Behind the Lens 27 Glossy Editorial


Blogger Lucy Laucht strives to Grant Thomas Fly Away With Me
gain a foothold in the fashion
industry in New York. 16 Glossy Editorial 28 The Hot List
Less Is More
7 Glossy Editorial 29 Glossy Editorial
City Dweller 17 Glossy Editorial Streets Below
In These Jeans
8 Feast From The East 30 Style Stars
Laurel Waldron investigates 18 Glossy Salutes Our gorgeous fashionistas
the Fashion East phenomenon Illustrator John Paul Thurlow reveal their style tips.
that has helped nurture some of
today’s most successful designers. 19 We Want Her Wardrobe 31 Glossy Editorial
Julia Sarr-Jamois War

= Video Content 32 Glossy Hearts Goldie London


TOPSHOP

SHEARLING

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hearling: Who knew that the
simple addition of a shearling
trim to ankle boots, leather
jackets and shoulder bags could

to now
result in such an effortlessly cool
combo. There’s a million different
ways to rock this trend. We recom-
mend going for a slouchy shearling
leather jacket that can be paired
with skinny jeans and cute dresses.

TOPSHOP
MIU MIU
BURBERRY
OMBRE HAIR

O
drs
mbre Hair: We first spotted this on
Drew Barrymore and since then other
celebs have been going dip dye
crazy. Admittedly, it does looks fabulous. It’s

a
one of those beauty looks that means you can
pretty much get away going quite minimalist
in terms of style as your hair’s doing all the
hard work. WE LOVE!

w
CAPES
TOPSHOP

C
ASOS

apes: Yes! Finally we have a


reason to dress like a superhe-
ro! Capes are everywhere this
season and the fact that they comfort-
able yet tres chic make them top of
our wish list. We’re loving Asos and
Topshop for their chic yet affordable
versions.
BOYS
WANT
TO BE
HER
PHOTOGRAPHY - STEFANI ANIA SUFFO
HAIR & MAKE-UP: FAYE LAUREN
MODEL: LEXI BERGENS
JUMPSUIT BY SIMON EKRELIUS
SHOES ZARA MARTIN'S OWN.
ALL JEWELLERY BY LEBLAS JEWELLERY.

TAP TO WATCH

GLOSSY VIDEO INTERVIEW


ZARA MARTIN
Photography: Amar Daved
Styling: Marian Kihogo
Make up: Cassie Lomas
Hair: Yoshitaka Miyazaki
Photography Assistant: Dean Ashton

www.zaramartin.blogspot.com
TV presenter, model and actress Zara Martin, exudes that old Zara recently turned designer by collaborating with fashion
Hollywood glamour, which makes her impossible to ignore. label BodyAmr. She worked with the brand on a 7 piece
Her smouldering looks are a result of her British father and capsule collection, which was shown as part of the BodyAmr
Indian mother. This fledgling star first graced our screens as spring summer 2011 show, at London Fashion Week.
a presenter for the news and pop culture station helmed by Al
Gore Current TV and has since spread her wings creatively by Glossy was honoured to shoot and interview the multi
working on a slew of fashion and television related projects. talented beauty.
BLOUSE BY SPIJKERS EN SPIJKERS
SKIRT BY J.MASKREY
SHOES ZARA MARTIN'S OWN.
ALL JEWELLERY BY LEBLAS JEWELLERY.
INTERN
DIARIES
FASHION BLOGGER
LUCY LAUCHT INTERNS
AT FASHION PRODUCTION
AGENCY NORTHSIX
IN NEW YORK

A fashion marketer by trade, I started my blog www.


lucylaucht.blogspot.com as an honest account of the
highs and lows of moving to New York City as I strive to
succeed in the industry that captivates me so. WEEK 1 – AUGUST 23
Moving to New York City to pursue my dream I arrive early for the first day of my internship at
following a close family bereavement is one of the hardest, production agency Northsix where the office is spacious and
and possibly selfish, decisions I’ve ever made. Leaving the shelves lined with files announcing exciting names like
behind family, friends and familiarity is a massive step. Interview Magazine and Balenciaga. North Six’s role is to
Despite a mind full of what ifs, I’m finally here and I’m act as a production facility, organizing photo shoots for high
{apprehensively} excited about it too. end fashion photographers, which includes working at an
editorial level with some of the worlds biggest magazines, as
The phrase “If you can make it here, you can make well as organizing shoots directly for high end fashion clients
it anywhere” was coined for good reason and four weeks themselves and their advertising agencies.
into an adventure of a lifetime, here’s the story so far… My first assignment is to run a wrap book to the Vogue
Offices. I practically sprint the fifteen blocks to 4 Times
Square, with visions of meeting Anna Wintour herself in
the corridor. Alas, the closest I get to that dream is the
messenger centre although I do spot Candy Pratts Price
walking through Times Square. >>
PHOTOGRAPHER - MATTHEW PANDOLFE
STYLIST - TORIAN LEWIN
HAIR & MAKE UP - SHATIMA SIMMONS
BLOUSE - CHEAP MONDAY
BANDO - MODEL’S OWN
SLIP - VINTAGE
SHOES - JEFFERY CAMPBELL
BAG - VINTAGE
BRACELETS - STYLIST OWN
From the second we clicked onto “So

lossy
G s...
Chloe
I Met This Guy” we knew it would be

Meet
one of those blogs we wouldn’t need to
add to our bookmarks list to remember.
Chloe’s frank take on juggling sex and
relationships with a blossoming career
in fashion makes for addictive reading.
We caught up with her to find out more
author of the
about the woman behind the alias. “So I Met This Guy” blog.
FIRST OF ALL WE JUST WANT TO SAY IT’S REFRESHING
TO HAVE A WOMAN TALK SO CANDIDY ABOUT SEX
AND REALLY OWN HER SEXUALITY SO WE THINK YOU
TOTALLY ROCK! WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO START UP
YOUR BLOG ?
Thanks for the compliment; it takes one to know one.
I started So I Met This Guy as a way to share my crazy
escapades with other women, (and men) to inspire them
to live for themselves and do what feels good. It is about
taking actions that reflect one’s wants and needs. People
tend to get caught up in what is expected of them and
focus on fitting a certain mold; the most important thing
you can do for yourself and those around you is be true to
yourself. I also wanted to open women up to the idea of
not being shy or afraid to express them selves sexually.
Many women are
embarrassed to admit YOU SEEM SO CONFIDENT IN YOUR for sex to ruin that. Although if it did that would really
they masturbate; it’s SEXUALITY IS THAT SOMETHING make the point that women are not allowed to be as
not like I walk around YOU’VE ALWAYS POSSESSED? sexual as they naturally are without repercussions.
with a sign on my Yes and No. Just like everyone I have
back, but if it comes insecurities but I realized that people find ONE OF OUR FAVOURITE POSTS IS THE ONE IN
up… I have no problem insecurities really unattractive; no guy WHICH YOU DISCUSS MONOGAMY AND THE FACT
talking about it. I want wants to hear a girl talk about how she THAT BOTH WOMEN AND MEN CRAVE PHYSICAL
to inspire that level of thinks she is fat. So I told myself, “You look ENCOUNTERS OUTSIDE OF MONOGAMOUS
comfort in everyone, damn good,” I made a point of focusing RELATIONSHIPS WHICH CAN OFTEN BECOME
not just men. on something positive. Even if I thought my MONOTONOUS. WHY DO YOU THINK THESE
waist was not small enough, I think super SORTS OF DISCUSSIONS DON’T EXIST IN THE
skeletal is sexy, I would focus on how hot MAINSTREAM ?
my lips and legs looked. Confidence is Because it’s really scary. It means everything we
the key to everything and it is something were told growing up is a lie; you’ve read a fairy tale
that can be learned. You have to have this before right? Happily ever after, case in point! It is
FUCK YOU attitude a bit. If you know you much easier for people to pretend that they don’t feel
look good, other people will think you certain things than it is to deal with those feelings.
look good too. Sexy is a state of mind. The more women I talk to, not as Chloe but as myself,
the more I realize that it doesn’t matter your age,
WHAT ARE THE MAIN REASONS YOU WANTED TO background or upbringing. At a certain point in all
KEEP YOUR BLOG ANONYMOUS ? relationships it becomes about a choice; do you want
For fun. I love having a wild experience and knowing to make what you have work or do you throw in the
that I am going home to write about it in the morning. towel and find something new? What does making it
It turns me on even more. It’s especially fun as a friend work mean? A very close friend of mine is married and
of mine owns a gossip magazine here in New York she has someone who she has sex with every week or
and this whole game is going on literally underneath so. That’s it. She is saving her marriage by having sex.
his nose and he has NO IDEA! Some people will read that and not understand it and
I also do not think that the general public is welcoming guess what? Maybe it’s not for them to understand; it
of what I am writing about (again why I feel it’s is also not for them to judge.
important to write about it) and I do not want it to People in the mainstream are obsessed with labeling
affect my ‘real life’ job situation. I have worked very everything! I detest labels because they give a
hard to get where I am professionally and I would hate predisposed idea of something. They have negative
STYLIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER: IKWA ZHAO
HAIR AND MAKE UP: SIMMONE GRIFFITHS
MODEL :MONA @ EMG

SONIA RYKIEL DRESS; COUNTRY ROAD


BELT; COUNTRY ROAD STRAW HAT
strat
Ilu ightor
Spotl
Missy
McCullough
iMissyYou.com
WHEN DID YOU FIRST REALISE YOU
HAD A TALENT FOR DRAWING?
My first memories of drawing were with
my brother in our living room when I was
seven years old. My mother didn’t allow
us to eat sugar, so we would create art
after school to sell to neighbors on the
weekend. With the money we made, we
would buy candy and sweets from the
Hostess store down the street. I guess, at
that moment, I realized people would buy
my drawings.

ARE YOU CURRENTLY WORKING A FULL


TIME ILLUSTRATOR?
Yes. I work on editorial and commercial
assignments as well as my own projects.

COULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR CREATIVE PROCESS


WHILE WORKING ON AN ILLUSTRATION?
Once I establish the direction and concept with
the editors or clients I go through my tear sheets,
digital image archive, my travel photos, etc., with
the story in mind. I flood my head with imagery and
then something clicks. I then usually do rough pencil
sketches focusing on general layout, basic look and
feel and general color scheme.

WHERE DO YOU FIND YOUR


INSPIRATION?
Kind of anywhere and anything. I have
an image archive of many different
vintage illustrations, photos of people
and places. I also find inspiration by
way of magazines, blogs, traveling,
fairytales, fashion, Art Nouveau, Italian
Renaissance art, architecture, and
even taking walks with my dog around
downtown.

WHAT DO YOU ENJOY DOING


AWAY FROM ILLUSTRATION?
I love spending time with my husband,
family and friends. I walk all over
Downtown Los Angeles with my
dog. I love going to familiar and new
restaurants all over LA… especially
Mexican restaurants! I also love
farmer’s markets, museums, and the
main library in Downtown, LA. I enjoy
traveling and spending time in other
countries and cities and immersing
myself in their cultures. And recently, I
have been baking pies a lot. >>
Despite having never taken a
photography class, or even glanced at
a text book on the basics of the subject,
17-year old Welsh photographer, Grant
Thomas, has emerged as a start on
the rise within one year of moving to
London. We caught up with the talented
teen to chat about his influences and
find out what makes him tick.

WHAT SPARKED YOUR INTEREST IN WAS THERE SOMETHING


PHOTOGRAPHY AND WHEN DID IN PARTICULAR, SUCH AS A
YOU START SHOOTING? PHOTOGRAPHER WHOSE WORK
I started shooting when I was 16 in YOU SAW, THAT MADE YOU WANT
Wales, I’ve just always been quite TO BE A PHOTOGRAPHER?
interested in photography and fashion I did a lot of research online but it just
and it all kind of merged together. But kind of came naturally.
there wasn’t really anywhere to shoot
in Wales because where I lived was DID YOU EVER TAKE A
so isolated so I just took photos of PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS IN SCHOOL
anything really, like, landscapes (and) OR ANYTHING OF THAT SORT?
portrait stuff. Then I started shooting No, never. Completely self-taught.
(…) low-end fashion with (…) amateur
models and amateur team members in DO YOU TEND TO USE NEWER CAMERAS
Wales – mostly in Cardiff… then I kind OR DO YOU EVER VENTURE INTO OLDER
of went up from there and moved to CAMERAS?
London quite quickly. I’d like to shoot film I just haven’t because it’s
not so convenient right now as I’m so busy I
can’t really swap between them.
Gra nt
Th om as
* Interview by Grace Carroll
grant-thomas.blogspot.com
PHOTOGRAPHY: LUCIE HUGARY
WWW.LUCIEHUGARY.COM

MAKE-UP AND HAIR:


ON ANNA-MARIE: HAIR BY MARY IRWIN @ AGENCY GERARD
MAKE-UP ON FIRST IMAGE BY FAYE LAUREN USING MAKE UP FOREVER
MAKE-UP ON SECOND IMAGE BY MARY IRWIN @ AGENCY GERARD USING YABY
COSMETICS

ON DEBORAH: HAIR AND MAKE-UP BY FAYE LAUREN USING MAKE UP FOREVER

MODELS: ANNA-MARIE REILLY @ NEXT, DEBORAH MACE @ ELITE

LESS
IS
MORE
TOP VINCE
SHORTS HELMUT LANG
BRACELET CITRINE BY THE STONES
PHOTOGRAPHER BARRY HOLLYWOOD
WWW.BARRYHOLLYWOOD.COM
FASHION DIRECTOR: DAVIS CARRASQUILLO -
WWW.1FASHIONPRODUCTIONS.COM
FASHION ASSISTANT: MEREDITH SMART
DIGITAL ASSISTANT: ROCCO
MODELS: CHARLOTTE LOHMANN ,
KLARA WESTER AND GERALDINE HASSLER;
ALL @ NEXT MODELS NYC
MAKEUP: WENDY KARCHER
FOR MAKEUP FOREVER NYC
HAIR: MIOK FOR CUTLER NYC
USING REDKEN / JUDY CASEY INC
NAILS: SHAMINA JENKINS
FOR KEN BARBOZA ASSOCIATES

DENIM JUMPSUIT - REDO JEANS


ILLUSTRATIONS BY JOHN PAUL THURLOW.
COURTESY OF JOHN PAUL THURLOW
ILLUSTRATOR
JOHN PAUL
THURLOWE
by Marian Kihogo
The precise lines of John Paul Thurlow’s work are instantly
recognisable. The illustrator and artist is known for his
striking cover illustrations. His body of work includes
a 100 strong collection of illustrations of his favourite
magazine and record covers executed in his precise
and astoundingly realistic style. The fact that John Paul
Thurlow is able to recreate digitally mastered images
via tHe medium of illustration is an incredible feat.
With each he leaves his indelible mark by adding extra
scribbles, thoughts and feelings. His work is also notable
for showing the arduous process that goes into his work.
His sheer technical skill is awe inspiring and it is no
wonder that his counts the likes of the Gucci Group, ELLE
etc s clients. We were honoured to interview the talented
illustrator on his Cover series project, his work to date
and much more.
A LOT OF GLOSSY READERS HAVE COME ACROSS
YOUR WORK AT SOME POINT OR THE OTHER VIA A
BLOG OR SOME OTHER ONLINE MEDIUM BUT MANY
OF US DO NOT KNOW MUCH ABOUT THE MAN
BEHIND THE COVER ILLUSTRATIONS. WHO IS JOHN
PAUL THURLOW?
Oooh that’s a deceptively tough question to answer but
to be honest I value anonymity. Everything you need to
know about me is in my
art and the Covers book. WHAT WAS INSPIRED YOUR COVER
ILLUSTRATION PROJECT?
The idea for Covers has come to me more
than once. First at college where I made a
piece of art, which recreated the cover of
the first 7” single I ever bought: Yes Sir I can
Boogie by Baccara. And once again when
I went on a retreat to Japan to escape
London and all it’s shit. I was automatically
drawing the contents of my room in order
to forget stuff and there it was: a travel
size British Elle on the low table. I just kept
on drawing it… although I must admit I
changed the title to fit my mood. >>
PHOTOGRAPHY
BY CAMERON-JAMES WILSON

HAIR BY ADAM BURRELL


USING BUMBLE & BUMBLE,
MAKEUP BY ADAM BURRELL
USING MAC COSMETICS.

MODEL ANNA
@ PREMIER MODEL MANAGEMENT.
BRATZ.
The infamous pouty lipped dolls 'With
A Passion 4 Fashion' have been around since
2001 and have had such major success, it's
actually quite unbelievable! These fashion dolls
pushed boundaries within the doll industry and
even influenced fashion designers and real life
fashion trends! I have watched them grow into
the phenomenon they are and even saw them
overtake Barbie as the #1 selling fashion doll at
the peak of the Bratz brands success. The dolls
stand for fashion (of course) friendship and
diversity which is very inspiring in itself! They
even had an episode of Project Runway Canada
all about them.....just goes to show how
influential these fashion dolls are in the fashion
industry!! Sassy, fashion forward and totally
inspiring.....the Bratz are a big inspiration in
my work and very fun to sketch and design for!
Who knows..... maybe I'll end up designing a
collection for the Bratz one day!

JESSICA RABBIT.
Jessica Rabbit, the iconic animated
character from the movie 'Who Framed
Roger Rabbit' has had a major influence on
my illustrations since the day I watched the
movie for the first time. I was completely
besotted when I was younger and I still am
as a teenager. I would watch the movie, pause
the video and sketch Jessica Rabbit over and
over again until I perfected it! Jessica Rabbit is
glamorous, sexy, and impossibly perfect....well
she is animated! Still, this hasn't stopped her
becoming an icon for loads of women....some
go as far as having cosmetic surgery to try and
look like Jessica! That signature side swept
hair covering one eye, her sparkling red gown
that hugs her curves in all the right places
and shows off her clevage. Not forgetting her
super high red stiletto heels!! Drawing Jessica
has helped me perfect drawing a female form
which is why she is a big inspiration. Looking
at some of my fashion illustrations, I can see
where I may have subconsciously added some
Jessica Rabbit flair.....she is embedded in my
brain still after all these years haha!
MY MUSES
BY HAYDEN WILLIAMS

SUPER TALENTED ILLUSTRATOR


HAYDEN WILLIAMS TALKS US
THROUGH THE ICONS THAT
SHAPED HIS CREATIVE VISION
AND CONTINUE TO
INFLUENCE HIS WORK.

MARY-KATE & ASHLEY


OLSEN
I feel like I have grown up with these two gorgeous
young ladies to an extent and have watched them
grow from being actresses and tween icons into savvy
businesswoman with huge fashion empires! Mary-Kate
and Ashley, in my opinion are poster girls for how child
stars can go down the RIGHT path and have major
success! These fraternal twins have been working in the
entertainment industry since they were 9 months old and
continue to work hard and it seems to have certainly paid
off for them. Filthy rich before they could even crawl and
they totally started the tween phenomenon followed by
other young teen stars who wanted to achieve the same
huge success. Now at 22, they have swiftly moved on from
their tween days and are now forces to be reckoned with twins have achieved, and I see really humble, sweet and
in the fashion industry! Not only are they style icons (even gracious young women with great business sense and a
though not everything they wear is always flattering on genuine passion for working hard. All these things are
their petite frames), they are currently running 3 fashion reasons why Mary-Kate and Ashley are huge inspirations
lines. 'The Row', 'Elizabeth & James' and 'Olsenboye' to me and I hope one day, I can tell them in person how
which have all been very successful and they have even fabulous I think they are. One can only dream of the
been inducted into the CFDA (Council Fashion Designers success they have had and still remain humble!
of America) which is an amazing achievement. Overall
though.....take away all the huge accomplishments these Kudos to you both Mary-Kate & Ashley!!
GLOSSY VIDEO INTERVIEW
JOEL DASH
FASHION ENTREPRENEUR
WWW.DASHEMPIRE.COM

TAP TO WATCH
VIDEO EDITORIAL
BLOGGER, TELEVISION PRESENTER & DJ BIP LING
AND HER SISTER MODEL EVANGELINE
STAR IN AN EXCLUSIVE FASHION FILM TITLED
“YOUNG TALENT” FOR GLOSSY!

DIRECTED BY GEORGIA HUDSON


PRODUCED AND STYLED BY MARIAN KIHOGO

TAP TO WATCH
CHARLENE

CHARLENE O'ROURKE
www.struttlamode.blogspot.com

Age: 23
Location: Kent, United Kingdom
Job: Fashion/Costume Designer

STYLING TIPS:
1. Update old cardigans and jackets
with a fur stole.
2. Experiment with colours such as
wearing red with pink or green with blue.
3. Don't restrict yourself to womenswear
when shopping. Look in the mens sections
for jewellary and oversized shirts
and blazers.
If you were in any doubts about how to
rock autumn/winter's trickest trends our
latest crop of style stars have it covered.
From Charlene's bold statement looks
paired with a fierce fringe and gorgeous
red pout to Shareen's impeccable vintage
outfits sweetly accessorized with
layered necklaces there's a lot to take
in. We're making notes right now.

Charlene and Shareen Glossy salutes you!


SHAREEN SAWAR
SHAREEN

www.vintagemavens.com

Age: 26
Location: Miami Beach, FL
Job: Owner of Vintage Mavens
( Vintage Online Boutique)

STYLING TIPS:
1. I love wearing a winged black eyeliner (the "cat" eye)
because it gives my entire outfit a more vintage feel.
2. Don't be afraid to splurge on classic staple pieces
for your closet. I have a black Dolce & Gabbana pencil
skirt that I can pair with just about anything for a variety
of looks. Plus, it has lasted me over six years now.
3. Adding accessories is a great way to take your look
to the next level. I tend to wear oversized cocktail rings
every day, whether I'm wearing a plain tee and shorts or
a vintage party dress.
glossy
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GOLDIE LONDON
Chic yet affordable Goldie London has been our best
kept style secret, that is until now. The boutique label
first started out at Portobello Road market in London
but soon its girly yet edgy designs gained a wider
following. And it's now stocked in several boutique
across the United Kingdom as well as the flagship
Topshop store on Oxford Circus where the brand's
goegeous offering have been flying off the rails.

Their latest collection has us lusting after every single


piece. Hot favourites include the fringed Coleen Camel
Coat and the lovely lace Tinna dress. Goldie London,
Glossy salutes you!
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