Miss Sixty Reveals A New Luxe Denim Line

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  • Discover the new AW15 collection from Miss Sixty...

    The new season is upon us, and with a new season comes a new wardrobe, and we think Miss Sixty might just have yours covered with their AW15 offering.
    Launched way back in 1991, Miss Sixty has long been serving up cool, trend-led denim buys, and now they’re back with a new showstopping collection and an equally cool new concept store.
    The campaign is fronted by supermodel Natalia Vodianova, and takes on all the hottest AW15 trends, with some fun new fabrics thrown into the mix, too. Expect to find chic black knitwear covered in fringing, classic black party dresses, off-duty duty denim jumpsuits and our hero buy, the denim embellished off-the-shoulder top.

    You’ll also want to check out the new accessory range that’s ideal for re-charging your wardrobe without breaking the bank, and features some seriously stylish pom pom detailing that’s sure to liven up even the simplest of looks, with very little effort.
    All the new wares are so artfully styled in that signature Miss Sixty way that makes denim even more appealing, and sees Natalia giving us styling ideas for the season ahead. We’re taking inspiration from that chic utility-style jacket, worn draped across the shoulders, and the clever denim layering for the ultimate off-duty weekend look.
    Alongside this winning new season collection, the brand have also opened a standout concept store in Westfield White City, that looks and feels every bit as unique as their denim offering. The new space is inspired by all things retro, with a distinct 60s vibe, perfectly balanced with wooden textures, geometric prints and lashings of metallics.
    So if denim is your thing, and you fancy getting your hands on some of the new Miss Sixty wares, shop the lot now on Miss Sixty, or head to the new Westfield store now.

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