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Vintage Charm

Luggage bags are all the rage these days and Burberry's new icon bag — The Orchard Bag — is a perfect fit. Inspired by vintage luggage and the British countryside, the Orchard collection expresses the brand's craftsmanship elegantly. It's available in a range of colours, mostly earthy, and in materials like suede and quilted leather. We particularly like this one in quilted leather.

Colour Burst

Casual yet chic, Marc Cain's Fall-Winter collection comprises fitted blazers, short cardigans, knee-length skirts and dresses. It's a mix of powder tones as well as strong colours such as red and blue used in contrast with black. Elegant fabrics are combined with coarse knits while soft angora and mohair knits are combined with fine nappa leather. Jacquard, animal and paisley prints create a feminine image as do the geometrical dots in the collection.

Scent of a Man

To appease its male customers, Fendi, the Italian luxury fashion house, has rolled out its first fragrance for men. The Fan Di Fendi Pour Homme comes in a striking sunset gold hue held in a signature Fendi design glass bottle. Music producer, composer, DJ and style icon Mark Ronson is the face of the fragrance and exudes the strong, powerful yet warm character of Fan Di Fendi.

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