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Women’s Fashion Spring

Whether a trench coat or a jumpsuit, this season’s tailoring pays homage to both the precision and eccentricity of Savile Row. The bold looks hit the soggy streets of London for T’s first digital cover story.

Photographs by Johnny DufortStyled by Jane How

Whether a trench coat or a jumpsuit, this season’s tailoring pays homage to both the precision and eccentricity of Savile Row. The bold looks hit the soggy streets of London for T’s first digital cover story. Photographs by Johnny DufortStyled by Jane How

Designed and produced by Hilary Moss, Jacky Myint and Daniel Wagner. Photo animations by Greta Larkin.

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Hope Bailey saves HUNDREDS on designer deals in charity shops

A fashion influencer who used to be 'embarrassed' to be seen in charity shops has revealed how she saves up to £ per shopping trip on designer hauls. 

Hope Bailey, 18, from Castlefield, Manchester, started shopping regularly at charity shops and car boot sales three years ago when she wanted to expand her wardrobe without breaking the bank.

After snapping up vintage Burberry and Coach bags and purses, a Dior t-shirt and Mulberry belt for a fraction of the original price, she now shops almost exclusively second hand - and hopes by showing off her hobby to break the 'second hand taboo'. 

Despite feeling embarrassed by going to the second hand stores with her mum as a child, Hope now embraces the bargains she bags and insists that charity shops are not the 'smelly' places people think. 

Hope Bailey, 18, from Castlefield, Manchester, started shopping regularly at charity shops and car boot sales three years ago

Hope Bailey, 18, from Castlefield, Manchester, started shopping regularly at charity shops and car boot sales three years ago

Hope said: 'When I was in high school I would buy eight things from an online fast fashion business for about £ and now I can get 50 if not more things for about £40 from charity shops, so I'm saving hundreds a month. 

'I'm quite passionate about my outfits so I buy quite a bit but it could be even cheaper for other people. 

'I wouldn't be able to keep up with or afford my own demand for new outfits and clothes on the websites that everyone else shops on. 

'It's allowed me to live more comfortably as a student in Manchester and have more days out.' 

The advertising and brand communication student now hopes to break the stigma around charity shops and encourage more people to shop there instead of at fast fashion brands. 

She has revealed how she saves up to £ per shopping trip on designer hauls

She has revealed how she saves up to £ per shopping trip on designer hauls

She snaps up vintage Burberry and Coach bags and purses, a Dior t-shirt and Mulberry belt for a fraction of the original price and now shops almost exclusively second hand

She snaps up vintage Burberry and Coach bags and purses, a Dior t-shirt and Mulberry belt for a fraction of the original price and now shops almost exclusively second hand

She's gained an online following sharing her thrifty finds and uses her platform to inspire others to use the stores to help the environment and raise money for a good cause all while developing their own unique style.  

Swapping fast fashion for vintage has also meant that Hope can buy more clothes whilst spending less and extending the life of worn clothes, which could otherwise be heading to a landfill. 

In response to claims she's going to 'buy out' the second shops that may be needed by people in low income households, the teen insists the stores are 'overwhelmed' with donations that are headed to landfill if no one buys them. 

She has admitted to feeling embarrassed by going to the second hand stores with her mum as a child

She has admitted to feeling embarrassed by going to the second hand stores with her mum as a child

Hope now embraces the bargains she bags and insists that charity shops are not the 'smelly' places people think

Hope now embraces the bargains she bags and insists that charity shops are not the 'smelly' places people think

The advertising and brand communication student now hopes to break the stigma around charity shops

The advertising and brand communication student now hopes to break the stigma around charity shops

Hope said: 'I first got into it because I didn't want to wear the same outfit twice when I started going to sixth form and you could wear your own clothes. 

'I wanted to stand out and not wear the same things as everyone else so the only option that was affordable was charity shops. 

'From shopping at charity shops I just got more into sustainable shopping and realised how bad the fast fashion industry is. 

The teen visits charity shops every other day and car boot sales twice a month in a bid to keep up a stylish daily appearance with a host of different, unique outfits

The teen visits charity shops every other day and car boot sales twice a month in a bid to keep up a stylish daily appearance with a host of different, unique outfits

Despite the taboo against shopping second hand, Hope points out that it's the same as buying an item from Depop, which seems more acceptable to most people

Despite the taboo against shopping second hand, Hope points out that it's the same as buying an item from Depop, which seems more acceptable to most people

'Pretty much all of my clothes are from charity shops, I very rarely will shop at a fast fashion brand unless it's something I need like underwear and pyjamas. 

'People are surprised when I tell them I shop in charity shops - a lot of girls message me on Instagram and ask me to send them the links to the clothes I'm wearing and I have to say sorry I don't have a link it's from a charity shop. 

'I've had a few comments on TikTok saying I'm going to buy the shops out but if you went into their storerooms you'd see they're just overwhelmed with donations and they have to send it to the landfill if it doesn't sell.' 

The teen visits charity shops every other day and car boot sales twice a month in a bid to keep up a stylish daily appearance with a host of different, unique outfits. 

She says that not only can you find great quality second hand items of clothing in charity shops, but big retailers including Pretty Little Thing and Zara also make direct donations to the stores meaning they're often packed with brand new items as well. 

Despite the taboo against shopping second hand, Hope points out that it's the same as buying an item from Depop, which seems more acceptable to most people. 

Once she's worn an outfit and won't wear something again, the fashionable student gives the clothes and accessories to her friends or re-donates them so nothing goes to waste. 

Hope said: 'I'd gone in them occasionally with my mum when I was younger but it's such a taboo thing I felt so embarrassed and would run in quickly if I saw someone I knew, hoping they wouldn't see me. 

'It's a pride thing about not shopping second hand but there seems to be a big difference between Depop and charity shops - more people will shop on Depop than in charity shops and it just doesn't make sense because it's the same thing. 

'I think a lot of people still have the perception of charity shops 20 years ago, especially older generations because my aunties always say 'I don't understand how you go in them'. 

Once she's worn an outfit and won't wear something again, the fashionable student gives the clothes and accessories to her friends or re-donates them so nothing goes to waste

Once she's worn an outfit and won't wear something again, the fashionable student gives the clothes and accessories to her friends or re-donates them so nothing goes to waste

The fashion conscious teen now hopes to encourage more people to shop sustainably and develop their own unique styles

The fashion conscious teen now hopes to encourage more people to shop sustainably and develop their own unique styles

She hopes by shopping second hand instead of following 'fast fashion microtrends' people will shop more sustainably

She hopes by shopping second hand instead of following 'fast fashion microtrends' people will shop more sustainably 

'But they're not like how they used to be - they won't sell anything that's damaged or got stains on so it's all really good quality.'  

The fashion conscious teen now hopes to encourage more people to shop sustainably and develop their own unique styles by shopping second hand instead of following 'fast fashion microtrends'. 

Hope said: 'Other influencers that I've met through Instagram have messaged me asking me to take them to charity shops and they're now addicted to it because of me. 

'I love that because I've shown them a new way to find outfits that's helping the environment and giving money to charity. 

'I would encourage more people to shop in charity shops especially if you want to dress outside of the box because when you see people in the same pattern or style, that's not their own style, that's just a fast fashion microtrend. 'If you want to have your own style it's better to shop somewhere where everyone won't have the item.'

She says that not only can you find great quality second hand items of clothing in charity shops, but big retailers including Pretty Little Thing and Zara also make direct donations

She says that not only can you find great quality second hand items of clothing in charity shops, but big retailers including Pretty Little Thing and Zara also make direct donations

Because retailers donate from the stores they're often packed with brand new items as well

Because retailers donate from the stores they're often packed with brand new items as well

Hope said: 'Other influencers that I've met through Instagram have messaged me asking me to take them to charity shops and they're now addicted to it because of me'

Hope said: 'Other influencers that I've met through Instagram have messaged me asking me to take them to charity shops and they're now addicted to it because of me'

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All the And Just Like That Outfits We’ve Seen So Far

At long last, we’ve finally gotten a glimpse at what a Sex and the City wardrobe looks like without its longtime stylist Patricia Field. And Just Like That, HBO Max’s upcoming revival series, is instead styled by Field’s protégée, Molly Rogers, and co-costume designer on the Sex and the City movies, Danny Santiago. (The latter has lately also been styling Kim Cattrall.) Field’s successors started out with something of a shocker: When filming began earlier this month in New York City, Carrie Bradshaw appeared to have traded in her “It” bags for WNYC totes. (Fret not: A vintage Fendi baguette soon resurfaced on the newfound podcaster.) As for Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon,), now both moms of teenagers, they’ve taken on an air of sophistication. The latter has even made the leap from red to silvery grey hair.

Meanwhile, there are four newcomers to make up for Samantha’s absence: Nicole Ari Parker’s Lisa Todd Wexley, a notably chic documentarian; Sara Ramírez’s Che Diaz, an edgy non-binary comedian; Karen Pittman’s Dr. Nya Wallace, a Columbia Law School professor; and Sarita Choudhury’s Seema Patel, a (single) powerhouse real estate broker. Head behind the scenes for a closer look at all their ensembles so far, plus keep track of the ones that follow, here.

Finally, it’s the Carrie Bradshaw look we’ve been waiting for: a tightly wrapped robin’s egg blue dress, a grown-up version of the iconic black bodycon moment from her early days of tapping away on restaurant windows. This one happens to be a Norma Kamali “Diana” jersey dress, notable for its one-shoulder, ruched style, and paired with some Aquazzura sandals and a cream blazer on top.

Though we may have seen her trading in her It bags for tote bags earlier on this season of And Just Like That it would appear that Carrie is back to her old bag of tricks with this clutch.

Carrie is not the only one ready for fall. Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Dr. Nya Wallace (Karen Pittman) take a coffee break on a park bench, with Dr. Wallace in a maroon pair of the coveted J.W. Anderson chain loafers matched up with an orange and purple Adidas sweatsuit, and Miranda with her Loewe skirt.

Both ladies have also seemingly decided that backpacks are the accessories they’re going with this season.

And just like that (sorry) it’s officially fall. Carrie was seen welcoming the cooler weather on September 27 with a trench coat and matching fedora, sticking to neutrals and red.

A closer look at Carrie’s latest statement footwear.

Carrie sure has been throwing wardrobe curveballs, but fret not: The shoes spotted here appear to simple give Parker a break between scenes.

Saint Laurent glitter pumps? Now that’s more like it.

Sarita Choudhury returned to set on September 27, marking just the third sight yet of her character Seema Patel, a powerhouse Manhattan real estate broker (seen here wearing leather boots by Christian Louboutin).

On September 17th, , Parker was spotted in a new outfit, but we’ll excuse you if your eyes are drawn elsewhere first. What, exactly is going on here? We’re not entirely sure, however, the sponge ball-like detailing on her sandals is cute.

On September 15th, , Parker was spotted in more classic Carrie whimsey in the form of this colorful check outfit. Please note: this is not a dress or skirt, but actually pants.

On August 31th, Kristin Davis and Nicole Ari Parker were spotted out and about. Davis is in classic “Charlotte” outfit with a yellow tweed skirt, why Parker’s look hints that her character will certainly be bold.

Sarah Jessica Parker had already promised the return of Carrie’s famed tutus, and August 27th, she was spotted in what seems to be the updated take: full length with a colorful striped sweater and black and white booties.

While the beachy palette of this dress and woven sunhat suggests a vacation, Parker was actually spotted filming this scene in Soho.

Do Carrie’s gold-heeled socks and Birkenstocks scare you? At least know that this is a hospital waiting room scene. Cynthia Nixon’s Miranda meanwhile is dressed in an Akris denim dress, Loewe bag, and vintage Max Mara blazer.

Yes, as per Parker’s Instagram, Carrie’s particular affinity for the streetwear tutu is carrying over to the new series.

Along with new castmate Nicole Ari Parker, Parker posted a full look at the full cast.

Carrie kept is relatively simple in a pink coat, and simple dress underneath while spotted in this scene.

Carrie added to the drama of her first reunion with Big by making a not-so-subtle reference to their (almost) wedding. “I made the effort!,” a disappointed Carrie exclaims in the first Sex and the City movie. “I put a bird on my head!” Her latest feathered friend found a home atop a voluminous polka-dot skirt by Carolina Herrera.

There appeared to be nothing very Carrie Bradshaw about the look Carrie wore to her surprise reunion with Natasha—the one who prompted Carrie to scream “you string me along for two years and you marry some year-old girl after five months!” at Big in Sex and the City season 2.

A closer look, however, proves that Carrie has gotten her hands on Gucci’s epic Balenciaga remix, marking its first-ever sighting in the wild since Alessandro Michele dropped the collection in April.

Though you’d be forgiven on missing the moment, given e

Natasha, notably sporting a wedding ring, joined the rest of the crew in topping off her dress with a belt.

Carrie’s gay best friend Stanford (Willie Garson) resurfaced on July 23, unmissable in a periwinkle Paul Smith suit and dandelion-yellow Aldo loafers. And he wasn’t the only Sex and the City throwback on set. Carrie’s Chanel flower brooch dates back to her fling with Aidan (John Corbett) in season 3. You may also recognize her Manolo Blahniks: As @everyoutfitonsatc noted, they’re the same ones she wore to her courthouse wedding with Big.

Niall Cunningham made his debut as Miranda’s teenaged son Brady Hobbes—fittingly alongside David Eigenberg’s Brady—highlighting his red hair with an orange phone case and Vans. Miranda went with a silk Gerard Darel two-piece, topped off with a leather Paco Rabanne tote.

Meanwhile, Charlotte’s daughter Lily Goldenblatt (Cathy Ang) is clearly taking after her mom. She complemented Charlotte’s floral Lela Rose dress in florals of her own by Oscar de la Renta.

As for Charlotte’s other daughter, she’s clearly forging her own path. While she also wore floral Oscar de la Renta, Rose Goldenblatt (Alexa Swinton) eccentrically topped it off with a tuxedo t-shirt and Harry Potter merch in the form of a Hedwig hat.

Miranda managed to make her backpack look arguably even chicer than Charlotte’s Fendi’s basket bag. (At least when she carried it, instead of strapping it on with her Athleta tote.

Carrie added an edge to her fuscha Carolina Herrera dress by bringing back the studded Streets Ahead belt she wore in the first Sex and the City movie. Her clutch is actually vintage Judith Leiber, the designer behind the bedazzled swan-shaped clutch that Big gave Carrie in season 2.

July 19 brought both a real surprise and throwback in the form of Bridget Moynahan’s Natasha. Whether the ring on Moynahan’s finger belongs to the actor or to the character remains to be seen.

Charlotte dug deep into the archives to find these Givenchy ruffles, designed by John Galliano (and modeled by Kate Moss) in

Miranda wore a studded belt of her own, atop a Likely NYC halter jumpsuit, for a night out at Webster Hall.

There it is: the Fendi baguette bag, in the same purple sequined iteration that Carrie was robbed of in season 3, and Parker herself ended up wearing in a Fendi ad. But it wasn’t even Carrie’s most notable accessory. Could that be a Blackberry?!

You can see why the return of the baguette was a moment—it couldn’t be more different than the WNYC totes that Carrie had previously been toting.

July 15 brought our first glimpse of Sara Ramírez, who seems to be the cast’s resident alt. It’s their character, Che Diaz, who’s apparently to credit with Carrie’s new collection of totes. A nonbinary queer standup comedian, Diaz makes Carrie a regular guest on their podcast. Expect to see much more of them soon; Diaz is said to have a “big presence,” with an “outrageous sense of humor and progressive, human overview of gender roles.”

Enter Julie Halston, who showed up the day prior. The Broadway actor was a minor yet standout character in Sex and the City’s final season as Bitsy von Muffling, a socialite married to the cabaret singer played by Nathan Lane that everyone presumed to be gay.

Compared to the day prior, July 13, Carrie looked casual in a vintage silk Claude Montana jumpsuit on her way to work.

She debuted the aforementioned jumpsuit channeling John Galliano’s personal style, topping it off with a statement hat and cropped silk jacket by Dries Van Noten.

Nicole Ari Parker joined the gang on July 13, immediately establishing her character Lisa Todd Wexley’s fashion cred with a printed jumpsuit by Pleats Please Issey Miyake. In addition to being a documentarian and mother of three, Lisa appears to be an accessories master; note the paint-splattered Giuseppe Zanotti pumps, handmade Veronica Silicani bag, and statement chain necklace by the Danish label Monies.

Presumably in between takes, Kristin Davis has been favoring a pair of Nike slides—in this case, along with a Louis Vuitton bag and Alexander McQueen skirt.

Carrie apparently isn’t alone in favoring both Dries Van Noten and casual canvas tote bags, though it’s possible Nixon toted the latter off-set. She later swapped out the Bernie Sanders shoutout for a “Balloon” bag by Loewe.

Carrie wore two different WNYC totes in the same day on July

No, that’s not a $ Burberry dog poop bag—it’s a $ Burberry vintage barrel bag charm.

Naturally, she carried not one designer bag, but two—the other being a Rianna + Nina “Treasure Box.”

Behond the crew’s ensembles on the very first day of filming, July 9.Miranda buttoned her Altuzarra all the way up to the top, while Charlotte bared her shoulders in Carolina Herrera. Carrie unsurprisingly did the most, pairing a vintage Norma Kamali skirt with platform Celine pumps.

There’s more: That’s actually a hat slung across her back.

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