Friday, 30 July 2010

Femail fashion

Miss Magpie writes for the Daily Mail website.

For those of you who are too busy/lazy to click on the link, here's a taster of what Femail readers were casting their eye over earlier this week:

Goodbye Size Zero: Plus-size designer fashion finally makes its debut, courtesy of U.S. department store

The fashion world may continue to argue the plus-size debate for years to come, but one company has taken matters in to its own hands.
Saks Fifth Avenue, the ultra chic American department store, will soon be adding plus-sized clothing to the high-end floor of its world famous New York branch - a major coup for designers, shoppers and the fashion industry alike.
Due to hit rails in conjunction with the Autumn/Winter 2010 collections, garments that were last season only available up to a US size 10 (UK size 14) will soon be up for grabs up to a US size 14 (UK size 18) and some styles may even be produced up to a US size 20 (UK size 24).
Saks Fifth Avenue's legendary third-floor houses collections from the world's most exclusive and celebrated designers...

 Read my article to find out more about Saks Fifth Avenue's exciting new venture

Go on - hit that link. You know you want to. Speaking of hits, did you know that the Daily Mail website gets 47,000,000 a month - I can only dream of being that well read!

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