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Autumn is here, so it’s time to look around and shop for the chilly days. Atterley Road has a lot to offer this autumn, check out some of our favourite coats from the new collection, just landed!
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Formed in 1784, Viyella is one of the UK’s oldest clothing manufacturers. It is a name underpinned by ideals of function and form, as well as a deeply ingrained appreciation for classic tailoring and exquisitely crafted fabrics designed to last.
Classic, understated and elegant without exception, every collection is designed to satisfy the needs and tastes of the Viyella woman – whatever the occasion.
Autumn is here, so build your outfit around Viyealla’s petite ladies jackets, available in tweed, wool and linen fabrics, and with colours and design features suitable for both casual and special occasions.
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“This is not throwaway fashion, these are investment pieces.”
Explore Jigsaw’s effortless dresses, easy separates and this season’s brand new prints.
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After years battling Italy’s Tax Commission for evading taxes, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of Dolce & Gabbana, as well as their accountant, Luciano Patellito, have been found guilty by an Italian appeals court.
The three have been sentenced to 18 months in jail.
According to the Wall Street Journal, their lawyer Massimo Dinoia didn’t see it coming: “I am speechless. We are all shocked. The judgment is inexplicable and we will appeal.”
It was reported last year that the trio were fighting a lawsuit accusing them of withholding $540 million in taxes after the 2004 sale of Dolce & Gabbana to Luxembourg holding company Gado Srol. At the time, they were facing up to 20 months in jail, not to mention a fine of $454 million plus interest.
Despite holding public stunts like closing their Milan stores in protest and appealing to the city’s current mayor, Giuliano Pisapia, the defendants were unable to change their favor.
Two months were knocked off the maximum time, but it’s still a damning sentence that’ll undoubtedly impact the business.
However, the duo will most likely not have to serve any time since their sentence is under the two-year benchmark requiring actual jail time be served under Italian law.
But, whether they’ll work behind bars, under house arrest, or hire an interim designer to take the reins (we’d love to see what Olivier Theyskens could do with the brand), expect to see a swift downgrade in opulence with spring ’15.
But, hey, if that means a pause on that whole “colonial chic” trend they were on, this all might not be a bad thing.
The new AW14 Collection is here at Farfetch, inspired by sixties-flavoured, effortless sense of cool.
Check out some of our favourites below and shop the collection now to be prepared for this Autumn/Winter!
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Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner showed their sisterly bond through fashion yesterday.
The TV stars stepped out to film new Keeping Up With The Kardashians scenes in LA wearing matching outfits.
Khloe, 29, and Kylie both rocked red and black plaid shirts with a plain tee and distressed pale blue skinny jeans.
Chunky calf-length boots accessorised the girls’ almost identical ensembles.
The only difference between the stunning siblings came with contrasting hairstyles.
Khloe decided to leave her golden layers loose whereas Kylie, 16, wore her highlighted locks in a high ponytail.