New and Noted: August 09

Last updated 14:15 09/08/2012

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NZ daily street style: July '14 Best & worst dressed: Dior show Culottes stride towards a fashion comeback We're like, totally buggin' over this wardrobe app Designers quit top Australian fashion label Best & worst dressed celebrities Best & worst dressed: Serpentine summer party The rise and fall of the supermodel Hot mugshot guy signs big dollar deal Rising style star: Nicola Peltz

WHAT'S HOT Current winter sales are the perfect chance to stock up on warm clothing for those cold days, for prices that are a steal.

WHAT'S NOT Jewellery that costs a fortune, such as this Bottega Veneta enamelled oxidised-silver necklace from net-a-porter.com, with a price tag of $8600-plus.

BEST FOOT FORWARD Dress your feet in orange, like these wedge rust suede heels from Mi Piaci, which cost $290.

ACCESSORY OF THE WEEK Net-a-porter.com says burgundy is the hottest hue of the season - and it couldn't be more correct. Available at Witchery for $249.90, this berry leather bag will go with anything.

ONSHORE A portrait of the former editor of Vogue and Harpers Bazaar, Diana Vreeland, screens during the NZ International Film Festival in Wellington this weekend. The Eye Has To Travel takes you into the extraordinary world of one of the most influential women in 20th century fashion. Sponsored by Harry's boutique, see it at The Embassy, Saturday at 12pm or Sunday at 1.15pm.

OFFSHORE Style guru Sarah Jessica Parker will make an onscreen cameo as a Vogue writer in the next series of US TV programme Glee, dressed by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour herself. Yes, it's deja vu: Parker played a Vogue freelancer for years as Sex And The City's lead Carrie Bradshaw.

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In their 20s, when they are bold enough to try new trends.

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