MMU Fashion Society Charity Event
Pop Couture will be showcasing key pieces from their exciting SS12 collection, along with designs from Manchester Metropolitan University students, all for a good cause this March – in association with MMU Fashion Society. This will take place at one of the city’s many cultural tourist attractions – Victoria Baths on Wednesday 14th March 2012. There will be live performances from local artists and dancers alongside the fashion show, all in aid of UNICEF. We are so excited about this at Pop HQ! See some of you there! x
Pop superstar Rihanna has been recently pictured in Hawaii adorning her enviable curves in a rather revealing silver bodysuit by Norma Kamali. Check her out enjoying a relaxing day yachting with friends. Steal her style with Pop Couture’s Meredith Cut Out Mesh Body. No need to fork out the hefty designer price tag of £350, at £15 you can get the look for a fraction of the price! Wear if you dare…
Check out our perfect pastel pieces, from only £9! Choose from a selection of coloured jeans, skaters, blouses and bodycon dresses. Get your wardrobe ready for the spring! Check out our ‘Trends’ section to shop Pop Couture’s wonderful new lines…
Hyperflorals are here for the spring, printed blazers have been spotted in Mary Katrantzou’s SS12 collection, and also have been a big hit with celebrities. Steal Black Eyed Peas Fergie’s style with Pop Couture’s lovely lilac version. See our ‘new in’ section to get yours!
Go for preppy glam a la Emma Watson and Chloe Moretz this spring – Try Pop Couture’s take on tartan skaters for only £15! They come in a selection of bright hues. A worthwhile piece for addition to your wardrobe seasonal.
Wear with: sharp blazers, boots and smoky eyes perfect this trend.
Inspired by D&G and Carmens catwalk collections, scarf print incorporating baroque prints, jewel tones and animal prints are key for this season. Pop Couture’s selection of printed tunics and skaters, are all under £20 (bargain, we know!). To really emphasize the look team with big shades and tribal heels to achieve an up-to-date version of the eighties trend.