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Tommy Ton all fashion month long. Now that the shows have wrapped, Pernille Teisbaek, Annina Mislin, Ece Sukan, and more of our street-style favorites let us in on what they’re shopping for this fall. Here’s betting you’ll want most of it.

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Girl’s Day’s Hyeri takes on sporty street fashion looks for ‘CeCi’

Girl’s Day‘s Hyeri, who’s been receiving a lot of love lately, put a sporty twist on street fashion looks for ‘CeCi‘ with a mix and match of different pieces for a variety of eye-catching outfits.

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Hyeri continued to make fans’ hearts melt with her cute charms as the model for sports casual brand ‘EXR‘s 2014 F/W collection for this shoot. She kept her style practical yet stylish with her sneakers and jackets for warmth and comfort this season.

An ‘EXR’ marketing rep stated, “It was our first photoshoot with the new face of ‘EXR’, Hyeri, and it was a very pleasant experience… Hyeri freely displayed fun expressions that matched with the pictorial’s concept, receiving compliments from the staff on set.”

Check out more of Hyeri’s pictorial in ‘CeCi’s November issue!

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High street could be forced to slash clothing prices before Christmas

The Next boss said: “This is a natural consequence of the fact the company
issues profit guidance. It means that every so often we are going to get it

Alistair Davies, analyst at Investec, said the comments from Next are “not
encouraging” for the fashion industry and that slow trading could lead to
widespread discounting before Christmas.

He said: “Lower than anticipated full-price sales mean growth forecasts for
peak are lowered, and we suspect this represents a risk across the industry
of a highly promotional run-in to peak.”

The British Retail Consortium has already warned that UK retail sales fell by
0.8pc in September compared to the same month last year, the biggest decline
since 2008. Retail analysts expect a similar fall for October when the
figures are released next week.

Retailers claim the warm weather is dampening demand for their new autumn and
winter collections, which include coats and jumpers.

Lord Wolfson said the slowdown highlighted the changing habits of shoppers.

“It is further evidence that no one buys their winter wardrobe until they need
it,” he said. “Shoppers are now prompted to do their shopping rather than
being prepared for it.”

The weather is likely to drag down sales for Marks Spencer, which posts its
interim results next week and is under pressure to deliver an improved
performance in clothing.

Shares in MS fell by 2.90, or 1pc, to 403.70p following Next’s trading
update. Shares in Next fell 35p, or 0.5pc, to £64.

The City was expecting the profit warning from Next after the company warned
in September that it would be forced to lower its guidance for the year if
the mild weather continued into October.

In its statement on Wednesday, Next said that its sales in the last three
months grew by 5.4pc, compared to initial expectations of 10pc growth.

This has led to the company cutting its forecast for annual pre-tax profits by
3pc to between £750m and £790m, compared to between £775m and £815m

However, although Next has cut its forecasts, the lower guidance still means
the company is expecting profits to grow this year by between 8pc and 14pc.

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Generation debuts its high-street fashion online on

Generation debuts its high-street fashion online on

KARACHI:, Pakistan’s leading ecommerce destination, has expanded its wide assortment of local and international brands with the addition of the local high-street fashion brand “Generation”.

Owing to its huge success since bursting onto the scene in the 1980s, with its iconic ready-to-wear collection, Generation now plans on bridging the gap in the tier two and three markets, by taking their entire product portfolio online on The move comes as part of the company’s business strategy of aggressive expansion in the country.

Speaking on the occasion, Farees Shah, Cofounder said, “We are extremely excited to have partnered with Generation, the pioneer of prêt-à-porter in Pakistan. It is a very strong addition to our wide assortment of local and international brands. In our constant endeavor to bring the finest brands closer to our wide fashion conscious audience, this partnership has further strengthened our offerings as a complete collection of all leading fashion brands in the country and will benefit both the brand and its patrons. We expect a phenomenal response to the launch of Generation on thanks to its strong brand appeal and our wide nationwide reach.”

Ecommerce in Pakistan has taken a huge step forward in the past two years, owing to the significant rise in the number of internet users and growing acceptability of online payments. is the leading fashion and electronics destination catering to the aspirations of modern Pakistan. The website offers latest trends and styles and a plethora of life and style brands at a click. Hosting over 400 local and international brands, the online portal offers its users more than 15,000 unique products to choose from.

Speaking about the collaboration of Generation with, Khadija Rehman, Director of Generation said, “We are thrilled to enter such a competitive and growing market of ecommerce. Through, we wish to provide an online shopping experience to all our Generation customers, especially those who have little access to our physical stores. We chose to partner with as they are the most trusted ecommerce portal in Pakistan and have established themselves as the leading life and style destination.”


Incorporated in 2012, is an online shopping portal featuring apparel, accessories, shoes and beauty products for both men and women, as well as a wide variety of electronics. currently offers a portfolio of over 400 brands and 15,000 products and hosts 1.3 million visitors on its website, every month. Headquartered in Karachi, it has delivered both internationally, as well as to over 200 cities in Pakistan. is part of the Asia Pacific Internet Group (APIG) which supports some of the leading internet companies in the region. Founded by Rocket Internet in 2014, the APIG’s mission is to promote innovation and entrepreneurship throughout Asia and the Pacific and to support the development of a vibrant online culture. APIG’s network currently consists of 10 companies, which are operating in 15 countries.


GENERATION was incorporated in 1983 when the need for smart dressing set the ideology behind GENERATION – to provide a distinct style of designing, attractive and comfortable clothing and a one-stop solution. GENERATION apparels illustrate graceful silhouettes, fluid lines and modern cuts, making comfort its top priority. The clothing range is divided into six lines; WOMAN, FORMALS, CLASSIC, BASIC, COTTAGE and G2 line for the new GENERATION.

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Sympatex presents new functional laminates for street fashion in Munich

At the Munich Performance Days that is due to take place from 4-5 November 2014 Sympatex Technologies will present a wide-ranging product portfolio.

The ecological alternative among functional textile specialists will introduce new laminates with the guaranteed green Sympatex membrane for the sectors of fashion, street wear and leisure wear.

Several new developments made of 100% recycled polyester will be offered. New laminates made of certified organic cotton, produced in a 100% certified organic way, have recently been added to the Sympatex portfolio. Other highlights are new products treated with Polygiene Odor Control Technology.

Two-layer laminates

Sympatex offers a 100% recycled polyester with a mini ripstop look, a soft touch and mechanical stretch.

Among the lightweight three-layer articles, there are very fine and smooth all-rounders, for instance with uppers in a houndstooth look as well as opaque jersey knit for linings, the company reports.

The fabrics are produced with 100% pure recycled polyester, so they can easily join the recycling process again.

Organic cotton

For the first time, the Sympatex portfolio contains products made of certified organic cotton. The two-layer article is said to offer a beautiful simple, smooth plain weave with a typical, slightly fibrous cotton touch. The reverse side of the three-layer article features a soft jersey knit.

“The look of the majority of new developments is aimed at the sectors of leisure wear and fashion. The high performance level also makes these articles special. Here, Sympatex can offer a very high breathability, amongst other things,” explained Haymo Strubel, Director Apparel at Sympatex.

All products can receive treatments with the 100% fluorocarbon-free, water-repellent Bionic Finish Eco as well as with Polygiene, a technology featuring active odour control. In addition, more than 75% of the Sympatex laminates in the business area Apparel are already bluesign approved at the moment.

Guaranteed Green

Sympatex Technologies has been a pioneer for high-tech functional materials in clothing, footwear, accessories and technical fields of application since 1986. Together with selected partners, Sympatex develops, produces and distributes membranes, laminates and functional textiles as well as finished products.

The Sympatex membrane is said to be optimally breathable, 100% wind- and waterproof and regulates the climate. It is 100% recyclable, bluesign certified, received the Oeko-Tex-Standard-100 certificate and is PTFE-free and PFC-free.

The technologies and procedures are based on the principles of ecological responsibility and sustainability with a special focus on the optimal carbon footprint.

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High street fashion store offers Northampton shoppers a free VIP experience

A fashion store in Northampton town centre is offering customers the chance to have a VIP shopping treat.

HM in Abington Street will host a VIP Breakfast Shop-In on Friday where customers will be treated to discounts, beauty treatments, drinks and food.

The Northampton store has been selected as one of only 12 in the country to host the exclusive event for customers in the town.

Between 7.30 and 10am customers will be treated to free tea and coffee, selection of pastries, complimentary beauty treatments from various stations and all customers will get a 20 per discount if they spent £25 and over during the event.

A spokesman for HM said: “Anyone is welcome to come and we’ll be offering the VIP treatment to all.”

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Seoul fashion blends luxury, high street

When Steve J Yoni P’s Seoul Fashion Week show on Oct. 20 surprised many in the star-studded front row and packed auditorium with its combination of romantic colors and playful graffiti prints.

“I think Steve J Yoni P fits the mood of what is going on in Korea, between high street fashion and luxury,” said Danny Stienen, a buyer from Antonioli in Milan.

It is difficult to be both sexy and feminine at the same time, added Stienen.

“But I think this year’s womenswear collections, along with Steve J Yoni P’s, are able to present both characteristics and define luxury street style,” he said.

Steve J Yoni P (Seoul Fashion Week)
Seoul Fashion Week, in its 15th year, ended its six days of spring-summer glamor Wednesday at Seoul’s newest venue, Dongdaemun Design Plaza. The week included 85 fashion shows, and was attended by more than 60,000 fashionistas, models and buyers, as well as K-pop fans hoping to catch a glimpse of their idols.

SFW rolls out the carpet a little later than other major international fashion weeks, such as New York, Milan, Paris and London, so buyers often arrive with limited budgets. But international buyers said they were planning to spend more money in Seoul than in previous years after watching the shows.

“K-pop and Hallyu play a big part for people in Hong Kong and Asia to like K-fashion,” said Tony Lee, merchandising manager of Hong Kong’s Harvey Nichols.

“Korean clothes comprise 6 percent of the total purchase we make and it is likely to increase,” said Lee, who is on his seventh visit to SFW.

“There are unique patterns that don’t exist in Europe,” said Steinen. “I think that these kinds of special styles and logos can break into the European fashion market.”

In response to the worldwide “Normcore” trend for unpretentious and inconspicuous clothing, Seoul’s womenswear is wearable and practical, but adds layers of romantic and funky style for a more luxurious look.

Designer Park Seung-gun of pushButton, known for his whimsical and creative designs, presented a lovely collection inspired by a photograph of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, wearing a simple white shirt and wide denim pants with a cigarette in one hand. 

pushBUTTON (Seoul Fashion Week)
The collection highlighted simple and practical style, while adding delicate spring color palette of baby pink, sky blue and saddle brown for a ladylike touch. Soft textures, including silk taffeta, emphasized the collection’s funky romantic style, with playful, flared skirts and cocoon silhouette outerwear.

Steve J Yoni P’s collection lived up to the hype, set on the theme “Modernistic Renaissance,” through prints based on ancient plants and statues used in the collection’s signature items, layered wrapped-skirts and skirt-inspired belts.

Soft romantic colors like baby pink, lemon yellow and royal blue blended well with the overall theme of the collection, painting a widely romantic and fun spring collection.

Low Classic, under the helm of designer Lee Myung-sin, continued its witty and classic design displaying a practical line, in tune with the collection’s theme “American Dream.” The models sauntered down the runway with short orange hair in unison, reminding of rusty-haired Mila Jovovich in the 1997 film “The Fifth Element.” 

Low Classic (Seoul Fashion Week)
Miss Gee Collection (Seoul Fashion Week)
The collection added a funky, bright touch to its knitwear and comfortable easygoing silhouettes.

Designer Gee Choon-hee’s Miss Gee Collection marked the last day of fashion week. The collection was dominated by toned down achromatic colors with flashes of blue and yellow for emphasis, balanced with minimal clean-cut lines and simple silhouettes.

“This year’s Seoul collection was impressive,” Tony Lee added after the show. “A mix of fun and avant garde style can become a niche market for Korean designers.”

By Ahn Sung-mi (

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Coronation Street’s Kate Ford stuns in ethereal high fashion photo shoot

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Going from the Rovers Return to high fashion modelling might not seem like the easiest of transitions.

But Kate Ford made it look like light work with a stunning photo shoot that showed her looking barely recognisable in fairytale gowns and ethereal waist length locks.

The brunette beauty, who plays Tracy Barlow in Coronation Street, gets a high fashion makeover for a one-off shoot set in the stunning Cheshire countryside.

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Unrecognisable: Coronation Street's Kate Ford cuts a glamorous figure on high fashion photo shoot in Great Warford, Cheshire

Unrecognisable: Coronation Street’s Kate Ford cuts a glamorous figure on high fashion photo shoot in Great Warford, Cheshire

Kate, who is an ardent horse riding fan, slips into a Maid Marian-esque dress to ride barefoot on a rare, white Spanish horse.

The elegant red gown – cut away to reveal her ample cleavage – shows off the 36-year-old’s enviable physique as she smoulders on the back of the beautiful stallion.

Lengthening her brunette tresses with honeyed tips, Kate’s camera-ready prowess is accentuated with a soft pink hue and dark eye make-up.

Ethereal: The actress goes barefoot on a white horse as she's shot riding through the countryside in an elegant red gown

Ethereal: The actress goes barefoot on a white horse as she’s shot riding through the countryside in an elegant red gown

Natural beauty: Kate is a long way from her character Tracy Barlow, who is currently wrapped up in an intense story involving soon-to-be husband Rob Donovan

Natural beauty: Kate is a long way from her character Tracy Barlow, who is currently wrapped up in an intense story involving soon-to-be husband Rob Donovan

A great departure from her casual cobbles wardrobe, the actress also cuts an elegant figure in a high-neck golden gown.

She poses against a sunlit back drop in a cream tulle skirt – something her character Tracy certainly wouldn’t have picked out. 

The shoot was styled by Lorraine Mcculloch while hairdresser Alex Foden and Collette Casey helped glam up the actress for the shots.

Art Director Laura Graham teamed up with photographer Rosie Hardy for the stunning shot which took place at Penfold Stables in Great Warford, Cheshire.

A nominee for Best Serial Drama Performance at the 2015 National Television Awards, Kate is currently embroiled in one of her most intense soap storylines in her time as Tracy.

The Rovers Return regular is getting set to marry murderer Rob Donovan (played by Marc Bayliss), though it’s not expected to be a fairytale ending for Tracy. 

Riding fan: The brunette, who is an ardent horse rider looked comfortable perched on her stunning white horse

Riding fan: The brunette, who is an ardent horse rider looked comfortable perched on her stunning white horse

Kate has been throwing herself into her acting after her real-life marriage to Jon Connerty hit turmoil.

Speaking to The Sun this week, she said: ‘When Jon and I first parted it was quite hard to put my personal life aside,

‘But then it became therapeutic to concentrate on my job. People call it “Doctor Theatre” – when you’re acting, you can’t worry about things.

‘We really tried hard to make it work. But it came to the point when we knew we had to get a divorce.’ 

To vote for Kate for in the 2015 National Television Awards in the Best Serial Drama Performance category, please go to 

From actress to model: Kate is currently nominated for a National Television Award for Best Serial Drama Performance

From actress to model: Kate is currently nominated for a National Television Award for Best Serial Drama Performance



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