Haute Fashion Looks From Farfetch That You Need Now

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Alannah Sparks, Fashion Editor for Farfetch

Photo Credit: Courtesy Farfetch

We don’t have to look far(fetch) for fashion advice. We’ve turned to Alannah Sparks, Fashion Editor at Farfetch, to get her advice for what we should be wearing right now. The always-stylish Sparks is responsible for setting the fashion tone of the website’s editorial. She also cultivates relationships within the industry at large, as well as sources fashion stories from Farfetch’s wide network of international boutiques. So you know she knows what’s haute. Here are her picks for the season:

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This Haider Ackermann is the epitome of understated sex appeal

Legs Are Back

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Legs are back in the fashion spotlight this summer so get the bronzer out and shimmy into a micro-flare skirt. Fausto Puglisi knows all about high-octane femininity, and this frivolous flippy mini will ramp up the energy of any outfit.

The New Ultra-Sex:

Racy cut-outs, deep plunge necklines, bondage shoes and peeping tom fabrics: a bold new sexiness has emerged this spring. Try it if you dare!


The Bondage Stiletto

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please shorten “neck” of string between top of heel and ankle wrap. Also, please clean up strings at ankle (remove excess)

Intimidatingly high and with long leather laces to snake up the legs, the power stiletto is back and it means business. These Aquazzura ones are eye-catchingly bright, but make no mistake they

The New Erogenous Zone

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Get the highlighter ready; your sternum (just between your breasts) is out and proud this spring, as necklines take a diving plunge – and there’s no coming up for air. This Acne dress manages to be chic and sexy. Or just try a sharply cut blazer with nothing underneath.

Cut it Out

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There’s nothing more suggestive than an aptly placed cut-out. This season, the lower back or rib cage take centre stage. Cushnie et Ochs epitomizes modern va-va-voom in its designs, and this dress is testament to that.

The New Sheer

Swap your wispy chiffon for sports mesh and laser-cuts for a cooler, harder way to flash some skin this summer. This T by Alexander Wang skirt gives a glimpse without giving it all away, which is just the right way to approach this trend – best to leave the full-frontals to Rihanna.

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