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Every fashion week brings a whole array of new trends and styles – but we're not looking at the catwalk for inspiration, no, we're taking to the streets.

Fashionistas, bloggers, models and journalists alike flock to New York twice a year to show off their epic style, and we can learn a thing or two from these ladies.

In the mix of trends, we're seeing some hot stuff coming along, and here we break down the must-have pieces you need to grab right now:

Faux fur and sherling




Big prints


Flash accessories


To flares and beyond


Statement jackets


Booty lovin'




Any woman who says she doesn’t want a thinner-looking face is clearly lying. Who wouldn’t want the beautifully sculpted cheekbones that come with having a slim face?

If you’re as unlucky as we are, then don’t worry about it, here’s what you can do to have a slim-looking face:

Get layers

Vertically-shaped layers can elongate your face and make it look slimmer. But, be careful not to make them too short.

Avoid bobs

When hair is one length, it makes the face look much fuller than it is. So if you want to take away a few pounds off your face then don’t you better steer clear of anything that even resembles a bob.

Side parting

A long layer of hair swept to the side will accentuate your cheekbones and hide a high forehead. A side fringe is a cute and stylish way to elongate your face.

Add volume

If you add volume to the top of your head you will draw attention to the eyes and forehead. Hair that is flat on top doesn’t have any face-slimming qualities so don’t be afraid to back comb.

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