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THE ONES TO WATCH

Statement interiors, energetic colour-blocking, the restaurant for the fashion elite, and the bag that will take you through party season

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PENNY FOR THEM

We can detect a bubbling shoe trend a mile off, and this autumn it’s undoubtedl­y Chanel’s

scholarly loafer.

Shoes, POA, Chanel

TIME TO SPARKLE

Marina Raphael, the 22-year-old Swarovski heiress and bag designer, has magicked up the glitziest of party bags. The crystal-encrusted boxy accessory, complete with highlighte­r-pink trim, will have us dazzling on the dancefloor

all season.

Bag, Dhs4,352, Marina Raphael

COOL CARBS

The world’s most fashionabl­e jacket potato has arrived in Dubai, much to the delight of the style-elite. The Paris Fashion Week favourite, Caviar Kaspia, arrived on our shores last month and we can’t wait to tuck into the caviar-filled carbs.

EXTREME COLOUR

If Cardi B’s PFW plant-hued appearance is anything is go by, our money is on bold monochroma­tic head-to-toe looks to make a big impact next year. Designer Richard Quinn shied away from his supreme world of prints and instead presented a rainbow of fingertip-to-forehead colour-blocking that was debuted by the envelope

pushing American rapper last month.

HAUTE HOMEWARE

The past year has brought a new wave of home improvemen­ts, with everyone looking to spruce up their space. Jonathan Saunders – the Scottish fashion designer best known for his compelling use of colour – has created a range of homeware with organic vibrant knit blankets, fringe-festooned cushions and

artistic geometric candles. Cushion, POA, Jonathan Saunders

available at Matches Fashion

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