Some­thing old & new

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I’ve al­ways hated the phrase ‘out with the old, in with the new’. It’s deroga­tory on so many lev­els – most of which are too im­por­tant to go into in th­ese 250 words. How­ever, when it comes to style, I can take the say­ing with a pinch of salt. Of course, we all have older pieces in our wardrobes that are more sen­ti­men­tal; my favourite dress, for ex­am­ple, is a £45 Zara num­ber I bought in 2013 that trans­ports me from girly nights out to my hon­ey­moon to last week’s bank hol­i­day with ev­ery wear.

But, much like how I imag­ine my friends with chil­dren feel about hav­ing their sec­ond, third, and even forth sprogs, there’s al­ways room in my heart for more. So, I con­sider it Look’s obli­ga­tion to show you new things that’ll be­come just as beloved as your ex­ist­ing wares. We’ve whit­tled down the very best of au­tumn col­lec­tions hit­ting stores now (p8). From River Is­land’s new luxe edit and Pri­mark’s pre­mium of­fer­ings to the US brand mak­ing waves on Brit soil, you’re sure to find some­thing that makes your heart skip a beat. Th­ese aren’t the only launches we’re los­ing our minds over: ASOS has some very ex­it­ing news to share with you on p18. ‘New’, how­ever, isn’t just ma­te­rial: it can be a skill. We’ve re­viewed the best beauty cour­ses to up your make-up game sig­nif­i­cantly (p68). Or, if more money is your goal, I rec­om­mend tak­ing a leaf out of a side hustler’s book (p42). Af­ter all, ev­ery new be­gin­ning – be it sar­to­rial or oth­er­wise – has to start some­where…


eek! Our fave e-tailer is now do­ing make-up

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