From creating Rihanna's, Kim Kardashian West's and Lorde's most iconic outfits to cementing London's best dressed It-girl scene, super stylist and creative director Avigail Collins is known for creating celebrities exciting new looks. But Avigail's wardrobing skills extend even further: S ee her own streetwear-inspired line, Silver Spoon Attire , which was founded in alongside her husband and fellow sought-after stylist Damian Collins. The stylist's high-profile music clients and global street style following make up a pretty impressive fan club. If anyone can spot the next big thing, it's Avigail, which is why we're thrilled to have her at Who What Wear UK to bring you a monthly column about what's hot now.
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So please, fashion world, quit talking about boobs. It only serves to make us feel insecure about our bodies from one season to the next. We love clothes! We love and enjoy the art of styling ourselves.
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I do—32Cs. It's just I have such clavicle issues, I don't like them on show. This was something Alexa Chung said in a interview with British Vogue that not only stuck with me throughout my twenties, but confirmed in some small way that how I was dressing at the time hiding my own 34C boobs was, in fact, considered chic. For years I have tried to compress my chest usually with no-wire triangle bras that flatten rather than give lift , or hide my breasts in oversized oxford shirts, loose-fitting cashmere sweaters, and baggy white T-shirts tucked into mini skirts or jeans.
Despite the applaudable rise of plus-sized fashion ranges with most major brands these days, along with a wider variety of petite and tall sections popping up in shops on the high street , there's still one demographic who find clothes shopping something of a nightmare. Those among us with big boobs. Yes, we know we're lucky to have been blessed with a larger than average bust, but as we're no longer in the 's, this sadly doesn't apply to today's fashion trends. Most silhouettes on the hight street are aimed at smaller boobed ladies and seem to forget that those of us over a D-cup are going to need at least an extra several inches of fabric, to encompass our larger assets. ASOS even have their own Fuller Bust section that caters specifically for this clothing issue with some form-fitting bodies and floaty camis.