It could be time for a fashion north face coats maths lesson, as geometric prints are making a comeback this winter.Think strong shapes, dramatic angles, bold symmetry and thick blocks of colour.
Dries Van Noten, Prada and Issey Miyake featured angular graphics on the catwalk, Mary Katrantzou layered geometric print on print and Erdem mixed geometrics with florals. As TV presenter Kirstie Allsopp showed on the set for Loose Women, this is the perfect way to make north face online a statement. Geometrics are a daring alternative to the ubiquitous little black dress and, if worn correctly, they can seriously flatter the figure. House of Fraser’s BIBA dress (￡69) cleverly draws the eyes to the thinnest part of the waist and diagonal lines accentuate curves.
Monochromatic zig-zags across the Debenhams’ belted-dress breaks up the figure, while carefully placed right angles from Oasis ensure the silhouette has mathematical precision.
With such high-impact clothing, you should pair it with solid colours, understated accessories and black or nude shoes to let the prints do the talking.
With New York temperatures decidedly chilly, Miranda Kerr today ensured little baby Flynn was wrapped up for the winter conditions.
The seven-month-old looked warm and snug in a hooded navy blue top, stripey trousers and warm socks as his mother carried him through the streets of Manhattan.
The 28-year-old Australian model smiled and showed her famous dimples despite the cold weather.The wife of actor Orlando Bloom wrapped up in a camel coloured coat, shirt and sweater, and showed off her long legs in a black miniskirt.
Black tights and suede ankle boots discount north face sale completed the look.
The star was clearly enjoying some relaxation time away from her modelling career, which has been particularly busy recently. Earlier today the model was seen carrying her little bundle of joy once again wrapping up against the elements. Baby Flynn looked adorable in his grey jacket and a matching knitted hat. Meanwhile Miranda stepped out in a red suit with a black puffa jacket over the top. Yesterday, she was spotted taking part in a photo shoot for designer David Jones in the city, looking stunning in a striking jade jacket and white trousers.The mother-of-one has also recently revealed her beauty secret for her enviable blemish-free complexion and shiny hair.Miranda told Australian Cosmopolitan: 'I will not go a day without coconut oil. I personally take four tablespoons per day, either on my salads, in my cooking, or in my cups of green tea.'