This weekend I'm tracksuit shopping - old school Adidas tracksuit shopping, to be specific. I'm going all out for the classic three-stripe, totally man-made matching numbers that made such a lasting impression on me when the likes of Run DMC popularised them in the mid-1980s and have been sneaking into my wardrobe ever since.
Despite the sports luxe trend's focus on easy to wear leisure pieces in beautiful but generally wholly unsuitable fabrics - leather, silk, satin etc - the humble jersey sweatshirt remains a go-to, reliable unisex basic.
Neon was a bit of a departure for me... I'm the Queen of Taupe after all! I thought it was a fresh addition to the collection and would be a trend on the runways. Neon brights are everywhere this season so I'm glad my bold choice was right on the mark.
JJB Sports reported a rise in its sales over the Christmas period, a boost for the struggling retailer that has run close
Ever wondered where Jedward get their crazy trainers from, or the Tony the Tiger coats they bumbled about in on Celebrity Big Brother?
This weekend is all about styling yourself up a streetwear storm, mixing bits from the new Adidas Originals Blue collection with some edgy accessories from NYLA Boutique and Regal Rose for a luxe sportswear look that is most definitely not for sweating in.
Gwyneth Paltrow was spotted looking decidedly sporty in Central Park yesterday. Although we'd like to think that she was
J Brand has been the denim label to be seen in over recent years, since the likes of Katie Holmes, Anne Hathaway and the