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Gabor launches AW’18 Collection, with a focus on trendy ankle boots.
A winter staple, sturdy ankle boots are a must on my shopping list for the season. Just in time, I came across Gabor, a local German shoe manufacturer based in Rosenheim, and liked their latest collection. Lots of black, with a few patterned and self printed options, ranging from flat to 4-inch heels.
The collection retails from 79€ and you can shop online from Gabor’s website.
Must have down jackets and coats by Fuchs Schmitt
A good winter jacket is your number one essentially for the oncoming season. Temperatures are expected to drop precariously low, and you will need as well insulated a jacket as you can get. With Fuchs Schmitt, you get solar ball technology, jewel-toned colours, detachable hoods and lightweight jackets to help you brave through German winters.
Jackets are priced from 259 onwards; you can maybe get a better price at their factory outlet in Aschaffenburg / Strietwald. More styles and details here.
Architectural designs and Swarovski bling for Thom by Thomas Rath
THOM by Thomas Rath’s autumn / winter collection is characterized by different materials and patterns. Rhodium plated, all pieces have a distinct look, ranging from casual to formal. Swarovski crystals are used to add bling to the pieces, make it modern and classic at the same time.
Thom by Thomas Rath is available at qvc.de
Devil is in the details for Frank Walder Fall 2018 Collection
A whole lot of attention is invested in Frank Walder’s latest collection, with flowing silhoutte, jewel-toned palette and number of interesting details – such as lace trims, rib ribbons, rhinestones, leather patches, sporty knit cuffs and black inner leg stitch.
Frank Walder’s latest collection is available at www.frankwalder.com
Orsay’s Winter Edit
Nothing says new season like a shift in colour palette and introduction of warmer fabrics. Orsay’s palette includes browns, grays, mustards, greens and even a hint of rosy shades, for vintage floral prints, stripes and check. Embellishments include cowboy accessories, embroidery, lacing and metal eyelets.