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The fashion icons who inspired Alexa Chung’s latest Mulberry collection

 (Alexa Chung/Mulberry)

(Alexa Chung/Mulberry)

Alexa Chung has released a new collection with British accessories label Mulberry to mark its 50th anniversary.

Launching this week, the new Mulberry x Alexa Chung line marks the latest collaboration between the model and the label, which famously named one of its most popular handbags, the Alexa, after her when it debuted in 2010.

This time around, the collection takes its cues from vintage satchels and the original Elkington briefcase that inspired the Alexa bag.

It’s filled with a range of boxy, masculine bags that are large enough to fit everything you could possibly need for the day, as opposed to some of the label’s evening bags, which are much smaller.

There are patent styles and also some that come in shiny crocodile finishes.

Colours range from earthy shades of dark chocolate and tan, to brighter green and blue hues.

But the inspiration behind the collection comes

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The Jamaican-Canadian beauty is the fashion brand’s latest campaign model, releasing a curated collection of high summer pieces that not only show off her eclectic taste and style, but encapsulate the individuality and confidence that Harlow effortlessly exudes.

The Bahamas served as a stunning backdrop for the highly-styled campaign, which was creatively directed by Teyana Taylor.

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“Having Teyana Taylor creatively direct this campaign and be on set with Winnie really enabled us to bring together two powerful females and capture such a vibrant campaign,” said PLT CEO Umar Kamani.

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“I have been following Winnie’s career for a very long time now and she is the ultimate body positive advocate,” she added. “I am so delighted we’ve been able to bring this campaign to life and have had Winnie’s involvement from the very start.”

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Jacqueline Jossa stunned into silence as new fashion collection sells out in minutes

Jacqueline Jossa was left stunned into silence at her Essex home after hearing of the instant sell-out success of her latest clothing collection.

The former EastEnders star has an impressive fashion line collaborated with In The Style and it would appear fans can’t get enough of it either – as her latest ‘drop’ sold out in minutes.

The actress took to Instagram, wearing a pale grey half-zip sweatshirt, no makeup and with her hair scraped back, to share her shock at the sell-out news.

She then gushed to fans: “Guys, I’m sitting at home in complete silence. The kids are in bed and there’s no TV on, I just sat there and thought… I am so lucky. A year on from In The Style to be still selling out.”



Jacqueline Jossa couldn't believe how fast her summer collection was snapped up
Jacqueline Jossa couldn’t believe how fast her summer collection was snapped up

The actress was reportedly offered a

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The crises of the past year – the COVID pandemic, the social lockdowns, the economic shock – are on the wane, and that’s good. However, the crisis post-mortems are rolling in. It’s only natural to compare the current economic crisis to the ‘Great Recession’ of 12 years ago, but as Oppenheimer’s chief investment strategist John Stoltzfus points out, “Considering the differences in what caused the Great Financial Crisis of a little more than 12 years ago… and the current crisis… it’s little wonder that as good as things are when compared to this time last year there remains much to be revealed as to how the exit and the legacy of the pandemic crisis will take shape…” Stoltzfus also believes that the economic data, while suffering some setbacks, is generally resilient. Markets are rising, and that, as Stoltzfus

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