What to Wear this Winter: Corduroy

Miuccia Prada, Diane Keaton, your favourite geography teacher from secondary school. What do they have in common? All three of them are lovers of one of the most (wrongly) maligned fabrics in fashion: corduroy. Long considered a more utilitarian textile due to its durability and its popularity among workers, fashionistas throughout the ages have tended... Continue Reading →


Bare it all with the transparency trend

The snow that fell this weekend had us dreaming about warmer weather. We would love to be strutting down the street with our sandals and bare legs, but the reality is different: we are wearing so many layers that we can’t move.  If only we could wear our favourite sheer blouse without any chunky knits... Continue Reading →

Harper & Blake Does Parisian Chic

The fashion world was rocked earlier this year when, in July, Colette - a veritable cornerstone of the independent boutique scene in Paris - announced it would be closing its doors on December 20th. Tributes poured in from all four corners of the fashion world after the news broke, with Karl Lagerfeld revealing that it... Continue Reading →

How We Are Styling Shearling This Season

Stylistically speaking, shearling has had a troubled history. Older generations will remember it draped over Del Boy Trotter’s shoulders, or sported by local market traders and radio DJs; earning the shearling coat a place alongside shoulderpads and mullets in the list of ‘things we’d rather leave in the 1980s.’ In the early noughties it was... Continue Reading →

Harper’s Top 8 Party Season Essentials

The Winter months are a happy time for Harper. It’s the perfect opportunity for layering neutrals under a slick scandi coat, or for throwing oversized camel scarves on top of subdued black outfits. It’s a time when a lot of christmas maximising (maximum presents, maximum knitwear, maximum turkey - the list goes on) needs to... Continue Reading →

Blake’s Top 8 Party Season Essentials

The Christmas season has arrived, heralding that yearly moment when fashion branches off in two completely opposite directions. On the one hand, it is a time to rejoice: and not only because it’s the time of year when you can sleep in until noon and eat Christmas pudding for breakfast, but also because it’s perfectly... Continue Reading →

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