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Leading designer clothes shops

In today's fast paced, fashion forward society, you need to know what is hot, and what is not. One wrong move and you could find yourself listed in the 'worst dressed' pages. However, this article will give you the low-down on the leading designer clothes shops right now, to have you looking on trend and fabulous this summer.

Ladies' wear

Where to find out the latest designers For top tips on the latest designer fashion, the glossy magazines are a great place to start. The A/W 2011/12 shows have recently shown that the bright colours of the summer are toned down for A/W with autumnal hues. Designer online shopping catalogue store Net-a-Porter has a comprehensive list of the top designers, but it really depends on what your style is. Designers to suit your style If you like casual shirts, polos and jeans, then try brands like Ralph Lauren and Lacoste. For pretty florals and feminine pieces, D&G, Chloe, and favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge, Issa. For more edgy, rock-chic pieces designers like Balmain, Lanvin and Alexander McQueen are favourites of rock style clothing designs favoured by Kate Moss and Daisy Lowe. For great shoes, classic designers like Jimmy Choo and the iconic Christian Louboutin are great options.

Men's wear

For men, casual wear, classic designers such as Ralph Lauren, Lacoste and Fred Perry do great classics such as Polo clothes and shorts as well as T-shirts, shirts and accessories. For smart wear, Hugo Boss, Moschino, Prada and Gucci are wonderful premium brands. If you are looking for something a bit more daring, Lanvin, Paul Smith and Marc Jacobs have cutting edge, modern designs. Accessories For accessories, Mulberry does fantastic leather satchels which are a timeless investment, and Guuci do great bags too. Jimmy Choo are not just a shoe brand for women. They have gorgeous premium men's shoes. Where to buy To find them, try on some of these high end pieces. You can either visit their stores, or try premium department stores such as Selfidges, Harvey Nichols and Frasers, who are in Glasgow, Cheltenham, Manchester and all big city shopping centres. Alternatively, try online catalogue stores such as Net-a-Porter (or for men, Mr Porter), ASOS and Browns.

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