1. Love Lamie Blogs For JOY!

      We spent some time with blogger / instagrammer Laura Stewart of Love Lamie and asked her about how she got started, what inspires her and what she loves about Louche! Check out her interview below and how she styled her favourite pieces from Louche AW14. Talk us through your blog. How did you start? I started Love Lamie more as a creative outlet. I take a lot of photos, so I wanted a nice place to share everything, my travels and stuff. The "fashion" part of my site is just a place where I feel like people can get to know me more, image wise.
    Can you give us the name of three style icons? I don't think I have any style icons, I try to just do my own thing, if I like it, I'll wear it! [caption id="attachment_8488" align="alignnone" width="300"]
    Louche Karm Dress[/caption]Describe your style?I would say my style is comfortable & casual with a dose of smart pieces and a sprinkle of hippy vibes.I love things that hang well, I'm all about basics, simple pieces with a nice cut.What do you get up to in your spare time?
    I spend most of my free time drawing, working on my portfolio, going on skate cruises & spending time with my boyfriend. What
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  2. Every Vintage Fashion Lovers Dream - An Interview With Kerry Taylor.

      [caption id="attachment_8437" align="alignnone" width="200"]Kerry Taylor with Catherine Walker sea-green sequinned evening gown, worn for the State visit to Austria in 1989</div><a class=Read more
  3. The Manifesto - Autumn Dressing For Men.

    It 's time to put away the shorts and sunscreen and really start planning your winter wardrobe. Every man needs a few style staples to see him through from October until Spring. Great transitional dressing is all about layering up T-shirts with soft chambray shirts, keeping it casual with a sweatshirt for a great off duty look and investing in a coat that will see you through the seasons. The Fur Lined Parka: The parka is always going to be your fail - safe option when it comes a great winter cover - up, as the temperature drops you need a coat to keep out the elements.The parka is an enduring style, the way to ramp up your street cred is to go for a colour other than navy:
    The Classic Fairisle Sweater: Fairisle 's are a perennial favourite and they don' t just have to be for Christmas.
    Choose one with a more muted colourway that will see you through autumn until December:
    The Layering Shirt: Keep your shirts checked or in a soft, brushed cotton feel and layer over t - shirts.A heavy duty check is perfect to wear as a shirt jacket and a soft chambray will keep you warm all winter.
    The Sweatshirt: Every man needs a sweatshirt, you can 't go wrong with a classic grey marl but add personality with a numbered graphic or message.
    The Graphic T - Shirt: Layer a graphic t - shirt under a shirt to add an extra edge to your look.Movie icons and a cowboy print bring personality:
    Trousers or Denim ? : Weekends shouldn 't automatically mean denim. Mix it up and go for a tailored trouser instead for a smart but casual look. Easily adaptable, team yours with a graphic T-shirt or sweatshirt.
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  4. Dressed to Impress.

    October is the month when we start to think of the upcoming party season and although the nights are drawing in, don
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