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Coco in Paris

follow site “If you’re going to go anywhere by train, you might as well go to Paris” – with those words Coco left on the Eurostar for the 2 hour commute from London – Paris comfortably transported on Eurostar…

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Always time for Salmontini!

source Life in Knightsbridge and Belgravia can get a little bewildering from time to time, with everything on offer and with all of its opulent luxury, there can sometimes be an overwhelming amount of choice; and all…

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Caramel Cropped for LFW

With the storm of models and designers taking over New York City for fashion week, Coco is starting to gear up for the upcoming events that will be taking place in London. Fashion Week isn’t…

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SUQQU's Secrets

Usually seen sporting nude shades or hues of peach on her lips, Coco has decided to break out of the box with a little help from SUQQU. For bold and vibrant looks, one should look…

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Hair Couture

While fashion week invitations and hair-care philosophies are nothing new to Coco and her Co, an invitation to the Paris Couture Week is certainly something that made us all gasp. Cordially extended by Elena Lavagni,…

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Dare to Flare

Summer would not be summer without a white editorial, and what could be better than a pair of flared white denim jeans to convey Coco’s seasonal message? After years of skinny jeans, it’s time for…

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Coco's Café au Lait

Reinventing the classic leather jacket and knee-high boots is no small feat; it requires both precision and confidence. By opting for a neutral colour palette, Coco has turned those two quintessential ‘biker chic’ pieces into…

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Coco en Blanc

According to Coco, you can never go wrong wearing angelic shades of white. The white button details on the sleeves and on the back of this tweed jacket by Chanel truly makes it stand out…

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Coco's Vampire Facelift

From Stoker’s Dracula in the 19th century, all the way down to the inexplicable Twilight revolution, vampires and all things vampiric have become a cornerstone of our pop culture references. Despite being entirely fictional and…

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