REMEMBER Crayola Crayons? If your childhood was anything like ours, a brand new yellow and green cardboard box filled with pristine paper-wrapped wax crayons, or chunky felt-tip pens, was enough to send us loopy – and keep us occupied for hours.
WHILE shorts have been a summer essential for decades (it's safe to say denim cut-offs will never go out of style), they don't tend to get much attention on the catwalks, where glittering gowns, edgy tailoring and statement prints usually hog the limelight.
WALLFLOWERS, be warned: There's one current catwalk trend that's bolder, brasher and a helluva lot more fun than all the others combined – so if your idea of the perfect summer involves wafting around in kaftans and espadrilles, look away now.
SHE'S the iconic model who will forever be known as the 'face' of the 60s, but in the five decades since she first found fame as the elfin-faced muse with big eyes and long lashes, Twiggy has remarkably never fallen out of fashion.
THE appearance of pale, pretty colours on the spring/summer catwalks wouldn't normally be much to write home about – but this year, it was the designers who chose these soft shades that was most surprising.