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My Mum is fond of telling the story of when I was a little girl. The one where all the other girls loved pretty dolls and I only ever wanted toy cars. And to climb trees. And to have terribly big adventures. I still love cars (and now get to drive them- too fast probably) and I still lust after owning the highest of high tree house. One where I can pull the rope ladder up after me and leave the world behind (until I get hungry anyway). And I'm wondering if this is where it all started, my love for things tough. The Parka rather than the Princess Coat. The Biker Boots as opposed to the Mary Janes. The Little Lacey Dress, yes, but worn with my Doc Martens. For me there's nothing more appealing than a bit of girliness worn with big toug..

Baggy jumpers and forties fashioned skirts. Oversized snoods and kooky parkas. Black leather drain pipes and roughed up Bovver boots. Chiffon pleats under androgynous blazers. Clashing print tee's and heritage cardys. Sling it all on, and you've got 2011 Winter fashion sorted. Sling it all on from Young British Designers, you've blitzed it in a totally original way. The kind of way that's going to get you noticed this winter, that's going to have your friends pining and stealing from your wardrobe. The same way that will show you're bang on trend, but dare to be different. To sum it up, fashion for Autumn Winter 2011 is spiralling in almost every direction. Whether you like to dress prettily with mittens on your manicured fingers, or ..

And I just can't hide it. Sitting here writing about the new season's collection from Young British Designers. Our third season and we think our best to date. By far. Of course when we say 'our best' we mean our brilliant designers' best. There's a whole new line up joining our existing names. There are more shoe designers than ever before including handmade vintage boots by Lama Peach, stunning heels by Joanne Stoker and the embellished delights from Aksha Fernandez. There's riotous knitwear from the girls at Cooperative Designs, there's cool as f**k clothing from Fanny and Jessy, Obscure Couture and Two Weeks. There's lots of jewellery to beguile and adore from the likes of Comfort Station and some -not for long- unheard of new d..

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