September has arrived and the prospect of going back to university essays or nine-to-five workdays has never been so unappealing. However until then it is time to make the most of your final days of summer, and what better way to relax than to get your weekly medicinal dose of 405 words of fashion? Here it is.

Friday’s Fashion favourite…. A Morir by Kerin Rose

Beautifully adorned by hand, A Morir’s new collection of eyewear by celebrity designer, Kerin Rose, really does a lot more than catch your eye. Rose’s creative vision in bringing the world of accessories to a whole new level by combining luxury eyewear with majestic jewellery is quite simply fashion genius.

The designs vary from boasting five gold chains to flirting fabulously with Swarovski crystals demonstrating a twinkle in the eye. It is understandable why these creations are a favourite amongst daring celebrities keen to showcase statement fashion. The future of fashion lies simply in the courage to accessor-eyes.

Having studied Pop Culture History at New York University, it is safe to say that Rose is an expert in the evolution of fashion culture: predicting that the future is bright, she considerately brings you shades to shield your eyes along the futuristic voyage.

Despite Rose’s eyewear retailing for up to £2000, it would simply be rude to turn a blind eye. Blink Bling is the new Bling Bling, and Kerin Rose is here to prove it.

www.a-moirir.com

Friday’s Fashion Fix-Up… Millie Mackintosh

There are many reasons to love Millie Mackintosh. 1) Her late great-grandfather invented Quality Street (need I say more?) 2) Her catfights on E4’s hit reality television show, Made in Chelsea, keep us glued to our screens every Monday evening, resulting in Millie recently winning the National Reality Television Award for best female personality of the year, and 3) she happens to be one of Britain’s most fashionable young women. With this in mind, we thought we’d spoil you with a guide on how to get Millie’s Made in Chelsea look at Made in China prices. less.

Exact Floral Print Trousers: Warehouse, £65, Fuchsia Tie Front Shirt: East, £10, Patent Pumps: Steve Madden, £45, Ellie Large Clutch: Great Plains London, £40

TAKE A B.O.W: BRAND OF THE WEEK…. Smooooth Clothing

Straight in from Barcelona is Smooooth Clothing, a new fashion brand for men and women set up by Catalan graphic design student, David Hidalgo. The brand bases itself mostly on sweaters and t-shirts, each boasting individuality and avant-garde images with a 3D twist. The images, originally photographed by Hidalgo himself as well as various contributing photographers, capture everyday life from food to nature to cosmopolitan city life, embracing realist fashion and keeping Smooooth Clothing’s competitors quite literally at arm’s length.

With sweaters retailing at 60€ and t-shirts at 25€ exclusively on Smooooth’s website, as well as offering international delivery, a passport to being ‘cool’ has never before come so reasonable. Being a hit in Spain’s second city, it won’t be long before the smooth style on the Barcelona block comes knocking at London’s door.

www.smoooothclothing.tumblr.com