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As Fall is fast approaching, we are getting giddy with excitement to dust off our favourite denim, boots and cutie blazers. No doubt our warebrodes will need a few new pieces to  keep us updated on all the trends and we are excited to check out two collections that are set to release this fall for Target and H&M. As we are huge supporters of affordable, fashionable clothing, these companies have partnered up with two heavy hitters in the industry to design some seriously wicked clothing, at prices that young hooligans (such as ourselves) can justifilably purchase without serious remorse.

1. (See picture above) The very talented French designer Isabel Marant collection for H&M is set to release November 14th worldwide. I imagine it will sell out very quickly as her boho-chic style is so effortless and elegant and big on attitude. Very excited to get my hands on something, maybe even the silky slip dress above… fingers crossed. 

2. Second is Philip Lim’s line for Target. This line is available to view online however the merchandise is not for sale until September 15th. These pieces are clean, simple and PERFECT for work. The clothes are idiot proof because they were made with such a small colour pallet, that everything actually goes with everything. Loving the colour blocking look below and this emerald green is super sassy. Definitely worth checking out!




We would like to present Miss Cara Delevinge with an honorary IRV “hippest chick we wish we knew” award. It might be the dark eye brows, her wicked style or just being on every runway these days but you know you’ve made it when you are the face of the new Burberry campaign. She oozes hipster IDGAF attitude and we fully support her! Rock on Cara and keep up the wicked instagramming so we can tag along to your super-fab life (and apparently being best friends with Pharrell)


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I openly admit that I am often attracted to the ugliest item in stores. Now, take H&M where half the store is made up of hideous fashion mistakes, and you’ve created a kid in a candy store type situation. Continue reading