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From William Morris and Damaris Goddrie to Sheryl Sandberg and hair serum: what’s hot and what’s not on Planet Fashion this week

Going up

Listening to a song over and over again Not obsessive. Now officially cool, because JW Anderson does it.

William Morris Britain’s most aesthetically pleasing socialist has been rediscovered for AW15. Joe Richards and Marc by Marc Jacobs have used the prints, while Golden Lily wallpaper is so next season.

Damaris Goddrie Our new favourite model. The mop of hair and the sleepy eyes are a win-win combo.

Opticians’ font Really close to Marc Jacobs’, no?

Saffiano Not a Tuscan village, but the name for the slightly rougher finish on leather that makes it practically impossible to scratch. Memorise when bag shopping.

Going down

‘Perfect’ The preferred terminology is now “ideal”. As in, “8pm in the pub? Ideal scenario.”

Three-Pret days Three meals from Pret a Manger in one day is a sign things have not gone to plan. The culinary equivalent of a sad face.

Hair serum Judging by Topshop Unique’s show, wild and fluffy are the adjectives you want to describe your hair next season.

Sheryl Sandberg It’s all about Gloria Steinem: see a fashion shoot in Porter dedicated to her 1970s style, plus a cameo in The Good Wife.

Statement sweaters Thanks to Max Mara, next season it’s all about Marilyn Monroe’s chunky, hand-knitted cardigan, circa 1962. Cosy.

The end of Orange Wednesdays Truly upsetting. Why hasn’t this been brought up in parliament yet?

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