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Female Fave Five Fashion Finds: '50s Silver Screen Fashion, Graphic Tees And Art On Sneakers

Five kickass releases not to be missed.
H&M Studio Fall/Winter 2018 collection
H&M Studio, the high street giant’s more directional line, revisits a decade that hasn’t been celebrated in fashion for awhile now — the ’50s. Coloured by the iconic crime film Twin Peaks, the range’s bold, saturated hues are juxtaposed with boyish sensibilities all round. Available at H&M Orchard Building from 6 September. Aldo Mx3 artist collection
We know a white sneaker will never go out of style, but the DIY aesthetic on kicks are kind of having a moment. Aldo has commissioned five artists — hailing from Montreal, London, Seoul, Dubai and New York City — to put their spin on their Mx3. Now, are these sneakers or art? Available at Aldo Ion Orchard from 7 September. Chanel Code Coco in black ceramic
Although the Code Coco is relatively new on the scene, it’s fast become the absolute must-have amongst the crop of Chanel‘s timepieces — equivalent to the 2.55 of handbags. After all, it was the bag’s clasp that informed the design of the watch’s face. This latest jet-black beauty also nods at the house’s iconic tweed jackets with a contrast trim. Now available at Chanel Fine Jewellery boutiques. Harry Winston Loop Colour collection
As precious as they’re a riot of fun (especially in the high jewellery coterie), these Harry Winston gems are more than meets the eye. It calls upon the teardrop shape the man himself popularised years ago, but now come in irreverent multi-hues. You know what they say: something old, something new, and something blue.   BOSS x Michael Jackson graphic tees
To honour the King of Pop’s 60th birthday on 29 August — and commemorate his Thriller album cover on which he donned a BOSS suit — the menswear doyen has rolled out these graphic T-shirts for Jackson fanatics. They feature illustrations of his signature moves and actual prints of old images. Available at BOSS boutiques.