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Discover the hot trends for Winter 2014 here first

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Listen up, fashion fans! We’re holding a special Winter Fashion Event this Friday and Saturday as we help you get ready for the coldest season, starting with your wardrobe.

Over the course of two days we’ll be bringing you loads of ideas to help you stay stylish as the temperature takes a turn for the frozen, and at the forefront of that are four hot trends that’ve been picked out by our fashion buyers.

We’ll be showing you why Faux Fur is no fashion faux pas this winter, as well as look-at-me Animal prints. Plus, Winter Pastels will help you bring out your inner ice queen, and Haberdashery-inspired fringing and embroidery are on-trend too, adding a luxe edge to folky prints.

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We’ll explain how to integrate these looks into your existing wardrobe to stay on-trend without breaking the bank, and on the subject of saving money, we’ve got two great Today’s Special Value offers too.

Dennis Basso reversible faux fur coat

On Friday, this fab reversible faux fur coat from Dennis Basso will help you feel like a red carpet movie star, and on Saturday you’ll be able to pick up a gorgeous new pair of waterproof boots from EMU at a special low price too.

And, on top of all that, Clarks will be celebrating their 6th anniversary with us, and Knitwear by Etoile will be joining us to celebrate their first year on QVC!

It’s going to be a packed two day event, with additional jewellery hours from Butler & Wilson and Frank Usher to help you complete a head-to-toe look too.

Join us from 11pm on Thursday night to make sure you don’t miss out on a thing.

Shop for gorgeous Fashion straight away.

2 Comments

  1. Francean Alexander October 9, 2014 at 12:13 pm -  Reply

    Really really wanted the Dennis Basso coat qworn by Lazara at Fashion and jewellery show 2014 (127 936) but it sold out before I could order, please bring it back, qvc!

  2. Dee October 10, 2014 at 11:31 am -  Reply

    disappointed that you are still selling Dennis Basso, his constant comments about his lucrative real fur business are upsetting for those of us who do not agree with the fur trade

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