The Jewish Chronicle - - LIFE -

Mod­els and fash­ion­istas let their clothes do the talk­ing It was once con­sid­ered tacky to wear a la­bel em­bla­zoned on your chest for all to see. It’s a show-off tac­tic for wear­ing de­signer and be­ing proud of it. This soon died with 80s fash­ion (un­less you're a teen, into sports­wear) apart from GAP of course — the High Street chain has al­ways loved their la­bel, be it on kidswear and adultwear. Their sig­na­ture logo hood­ies have been best­sellers for years — I’m still try­ing to work out why!

I do ev­ery­thing I can to avoid ob­vi­ous la­bels. Even a Ralph Lau­ren polo icon feels wrong to me. But then along come Gucci and Vic­to­ria Beck­ham, cre­at­ing a laid back look which is suit­able teamed with both your den­ims and your leather skirt too. It’s a rockchick, streetwear style that’s got celebri­ties in a tizzy of ex­cite­ment. And I ad­mit it looks pretty damn cool too.

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