Justin Timberlake is going to be busy this New York Fashion Week, as well a putting on a William Rast show the singer is performing at Fashion Rocks and at the Roseland Ballroom as models strut the catwalk for his A/W collection.
When was the last time you bought something with a huge label slapped across the chest? I ask this because The Independent has recently wrote an article on the death of overt branding.
Now that the sales are in full swing, it’s time to start picking out the true bargains. House of Fraser is usually too chav-tastic for me, but these J. Lindeberg jeans are a steal at £50. The simple design and dark wash make this a wardrobe staple instead of a regretful sales purchase, so you won’t have to worry about whether you’ll still like it in six months.
A perfect grey v-neck cardigan is something to be cherished, I never take off my Uniqlo men’s one but this one from J Lindeberg is pretty special.
Urban Outfitters have taken their sweet time getting their online store the same amount of brands as their physical store but they got there in the end. Now they have brands like D.I.E, Surface to Air, Filippa K and this J.Lindeberg jumper.
In the double breasting stakes, cardigans
lag well behind coats and even hoodies. Most double breasted cardigans look
like someone decided to add another set of buttons after they’d finished making
it. J.Lindeberg have avoided this with their low cut double
J Lindeberg’s retro tank top is only for the brave, the retro fractal-like pattern is a bit garish especially in those minty fresh colours.