Get your fashion fix!
Where to hit the web this month, plus get inspired with classic portraits. Dominique Afacan reports
London’s National Portrait Gallery gets a fresh fashion injection with new exhibition Vanity Fair Portraits: Photographs 1913–2008. It’s a chance to admire rare vintage prints and contemporary classics from the magazine, by greats like Cecil Beaton and Mario Testino, with 150 images on display. 14 February—26 May, www.npg.org.uk
Websites we love
When work gets dull, log on to this wellformatted site, with next day delivery and a fab new capsule collection from Jodie Kidd’s first foray into fashion.
This site is like eBay for clothes, but without all that auctioning effort. People sell high-end gear they don’t want anymore, so when someone changes their mind about that new Chloe bag, you can snap it up for €150. Just find something you like, pay the price and it’s yours.
This chunky flower ring from London accessory company Johnny Loves Rosie is just the right side of decadent, plus it fits this season’s taste for romance. €28, www.johnnylovesrosie.co.uk
Did you know?
After leaving Central Saint Martins, Luella Bartley became a journalist, working on the Evening Standard and Vogue before moving back into fashion design with her own label.