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Ok so the summer is still a long old way off but there's no harm in putting a little thought into what you'll be wearing once the sun returns now is there?

This fabulous Mystic Jacket coming this Summer to couvertureandthegarbstore.com and we think it will be the perfect summer festival accompaniment for anyone that likes a bit of magic in their sunny days.

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These Lavenham jackets for AW14 will make you feel like you are on the slopes even if you're just sipping hot chocolate at Selfridges winter Chalet.

Pastel pink and blue and perfectly 'on trend' these beauties will see you through the cold days ahead.

Taking inspiration from the AW14 catwalks and the trend for sugary pastels and bold brights, each jacket has a contrasting corduroy chest panel in eye - catching colourways and popper fastenings.

You can stick these on your Christmas list as they are available now - prices range between £145-£195.

The sun may not be out to shield your eyes from but you can  save money on one of those SAD light machines by getting this new collaboration jacket from Weekend Offender & Casual Connoisseur.

In a bright, sunny yellow you'll be wondering where winter got to as you are toasty warm and lit up like the chin of someone who's being asked if they like butter.

If the yellow is a little bright for your sensibilities, not to worry - it also comes in a more subdued navy. 

This Weekend Offender and Casual Connoisseur collaborative jacket has been named 'Darblay' at and it will be at the Weekend Offender store in Soho on Saturday, November 1st 2014 at 1pm in a exclusive limited quantity and in these two colour. The jacket will also be available online Monday, November 3rd 2014 at www.weekendoffender.com  and www.casualco.com

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For Autumn/ Winter 2014, Farah collaborates with photographer Gavin Watson on a digital print collection, which includes a bomber, shirt and t- shirt.

The print has been designed combining two images from Gavin’s back catalogue of work. Both images are taken from a rave club, and features friends and family of Gavin, making the collaboration a very personal one.

Gavin Watson was born in 1965 in northwest London. He started taking pictures at an early age, and by the time he was 14 he was a skinhead, immersed in the world of Madness and Two Tone, and set about documenting the antics of his friends and especially his ‘muse’, his brother Neville. The pictures are fresh and full of energy and reek of the essence of their time. In spite of his youth, Gavin’s natural eye for a moment and the stark honesty of the images have made this collection of work and its later developments into one the UK’s finest documentary portfolios.

Fast forward to the present and Gavin has established himself as a hugely successful and renowned working photographer. The raw energy of his style is undimmed and it still resonates through his work.

www.farah.co.uk

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SupremeBeing windbreakersBeen looking for the perfect clothing shield for this wind and rain we've been experiencing? Look no further. Supremebeing have come out with a range of really cool wind breakers just in time for the weather adjustment and the season change.

Supremebeing’s Autumn Winter 2013 collection draws inspiration from vintage Americana, 1950’s style with 60’s work wear and military influences. As part of the collection Supremebeing have a range of windbreakers for all tastes. Using bold block colours, these coated cotton showerproof jackets are made for the stylish man on the go. 

The range also features the Pine Camo design (middle image) based on the 1965 'Strichmuster' Dash Print, as used by SWAPO, the South West Africa People's Organisation in their fight against South African Apartheid. The Pine Camo is one of the key styles of the season bringing a new face to the camo trend.