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Thu, 23 Feb 2012 08:15:58 EST The fashion team at Look magazine have taken turns in choosing their favourite pieces from Rare London's latest collections, all of which feature the key trends for the spring/summer season.
The Look magazine team chose some of Rare London's hottest items for the upcoming season and their choices are featured on the Rare London website.
Hannah Hughes, fashion director of Look magazine, chose an oversized embellished tee from Rare London, saying: 'This cute tee highlights spring's trend of oversized embellishment as seen at Burberry and Bottega Veneta. I'll wear it tucked into a high pencil skirt.'
Floral print is one of this season's biggest trends for women's fashion, and so fashion news editor Lucy Wood chose a floral sleeveless shirt. She said: 'I'll layer a clashing pastel knit over the top now, tuck it into city shorts during the summer and even wear it open over my bikini on the beach as an alternative to a kaftan. A major multi-tasker!'
Meanwhile, Kate Andrews, Look's fashion stylist, selected a cream lace top, explaining that it has ''wear with everything' written all over it', and that it is guaranteed to go with all items in her wardrobe. Fashion news assistant Sarah Ridge opted for a white broderie cut out dress.
Deepa Kumra of Rare London said: 'We're thrilled with the fashion team's choices and it's great to have these on our website. We've put a huge amount of effort into designing our spring/summer collections for 2012 and are certain our customers will love what they find on our website.'
All of the items chosen by Look's fashion team can be bought online at www.rarefashion.co.uk along with a wide range of day dresses and party dresses such as the popular mesh tube dress and the fringe bandeau dress.
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The fashion team at Look magazine have taken turns in choosing their favourite pieces from Rare London's latest collections, all of which feature the key trends for the spring/summer season.