Foxy Lady

Burnt oranges and wild eye make up featured amongst Miu Miu’s autumn/winter collection, harnessing a modern twist on the heritage trend. This is possibly an answer to Mulberry’s Fantastic Mr. Fox collection, which featured on the catwalk fall of 2011, along with the Fox Lock bag that was popular amongst A-list celebrities, such as Solange Knowles.
From Fendi’s tiered and laser-cut fox fur coat to Ugg’s Foxley black boots, take the feline fur, strong in amber tones, to the next level. But, you don’t need to break the bank this season, splurging on designer gear, as the high street really has made this trend its own by creating cute as a button earrings, shirts and dresses.
With an almost 1970’s feel, this trend is right on point. Mix up the masculine, suede jacket by Miu Miu with River Island’s quirky fox chain earrings, for a perfect mix of high end and high street.
For the not-quite-yet-winter weather, grab Peter Jensen’s super popular, pure wool knit jumper with Fox motif and pair with some neutral shade wedges for a key autumn/ winter ’12 day time look, cosy and chic.
At Calvin Klein, the models eyebrows were bleached to create a more ‘bare faced beauty’ look, which matches up to our favourite urban creatures notoriously mysterious face. If your feeling bold, add a splash of tangerine eye shadow for a mythical, tuemessian fox eye, similar to Prada’s catwalk make up look.
You don’t have to be old to be a silver fox this season, follow the likes of Kelly Osborne and put grey tones in your hair, she says, ‘I’ve always wanted to be young and have grey hair.’
Why not bring the foxy fascination in to your home as well this season, with tea towels, plates, pillows and figurines. Donna Wilson’s bright, yet simple fox face cushion is 100% lambs wool and is perfect for a 1970’s living space- makes staying home in the night time hours all the more cuter.
It might be getting chilly outside, but we can all be wide-eyed and bushy tailed this winter!