Jan 2017

Spring Awakening

Spring Awakening Revive your wardrobe with SS17’s freshest trends. Spring may not be in the air quite yet, but we are choosing to see that as a good thing. It gives us the opportunity to make sure that our wardrobes are as fresh and inspiring as those sweet, sunny days when they do finally arrive. And we have scoured SS17 for the best trends for helping us do just that….

The Biggest Trends For Next Season To Know Now Stripes strike back, hair is shorn and Frankenstein’s monster is shaping shoulders: welcome to Spring/Summer 2017. Stripes Labels like Paul Smith and Missoni have stripes sewn into their DNA, but lines of every thickness and shade were seen elsewhere.¬†At Mulberry, schoolboy stripes were made into blazers and matching bermuda shorts. Burberry showcased silky pyjama stripes, while Stella McCartney opted for traditional

Are you the woman who starts getting dressed up and then decides she can’t be bothered and puts on her jeans instead; if so, you are our kind of woman. There’s not so many brands you can dress up in every day, but at Please Don’t Tell we are trying to make this easier for our customer. For when you have to work, when you have to run, bring your

In the last six weeks the team have travelled, once by train and once by air, to Paris for the AW13 shows. Always keen to see, not only the designer shows but the street style it is safe to say that there is one brand that everyone is wearing ALL THE TIME…Kenzo. It’s official, Kenzo is cool. We spotted tiger jumpers, slogan emblazoned sweatshirts, baseball caps, which have become cult

After a visit to Florence last month for Pitti Uomo Fashion Week our minds have been a swirling, heady mix of the vivid, kaleidoscopic prints from Peter Pilotto’s SS13 pre-season collection. As ‘Special Guest Designers’ Pitti granted the womenswear brand carte blanche to showcase their pre-collection in whichever way they so desired, and they certainly didn’t disappoint. Guests were invited to the magnificent ‘Palazzo Borghese’, which dates back to the