Audemars Piguet’s men’s watches generally garner all the column inches but it takes just as much care and attention over its women’s collections, just with a little less fanfare. Words by Laura McCreddie-Doak.
Ditch the coat this season and face the elements in a cape. Capes have long been staple looks of the autumn, winter season for a number of years. The perfect match to any ensemble, long capes offer the ideal alternative to traditional coats thanks to designs by power houses Elle Sabb and Ralph Lauren.
A trip to Kakslauttanen is an adventure that you’ll never forget. This family run hotel in Finnish Lapland, just 250 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, offers the chance to truly get back to nature.
Apart from the opportunity to wrap up in soft and cosy fabrics, tying the knot during the colder months means gorgeous lighting for photographs, more-ish meals, red wine and of course the potential of having a white wedding – literally.
There’s nothing more romantic than saying ‘I Do’ against a crisp white background of soft, fluffy snow. However, the season has plenty more to offer than frost and ice. Winter weddings are packed with character, offering a chance to indulge in a truly hearty and luxurious affair.
Red alert! Red alert! Calling all fashionistas. From scarlet to deep tones similar to your favourite glass of claret, embracing this rich hue shows both classic chic credentials and confidence in your clothing choices. Heralded by Alexander McQueen, Fendi and Max Mara this is a style that can be transferred from work to the dancefloor with the simple addition of a few accessories.
If Molly Jane Sheridan isn't glossing TV's finest you'll find her creating looks for catwalks and fashion campaign alike. The busiest make-up artist in the country has put down her brushes to take us through her top four AW17 make-up tips for everyday, easy use.
The epitome of luxury, silver is a key trend this season. From metallic boots to icy inspired knitwear the look may seem a little out of this world but is easy to achieve. Championed by Saint Laurent and Chanel it is a trend that is sure to leave an impression.
As we bid a fond farewell to summer and pack away our shorts and bikinis for another year it’s understandable that the beginning of autumn and winter can seem a little flat. Fear not, we’re thrilled to bring you selection some of the best events, books and experiences to make the most of this season.
Add a classic touch to your style this season with soft leather. Fine leather designs took centre stage at shows across AW17 Fashion Week, with the likes of Alexander McQueen and Hermes leading the way with their pieces. From capes to ruffled leather boots a touch of leather, whether subtle or extravagant, is a must this season.
Introducing Lynne McCrossan – a cashmere convert with style running through her veins. A respected stylist, writer and designer Lynne has provided the creative vision behind our latest edition of ROX Woman. Here she offers an insight into her passion for luxury and Scotland’s timeless style.
For some summer sun is the spice of life. Me, I need rip roaring fires and crisp chilly mornings to satisfy my soul. The allure of autumnal abundance in lashings of layers, be them jewels or knit, are the perfect preparations for a season of excess. Then when you feel like a fat Christmas turkey who can’t take anymore, in swoops New Year like a breath of fresh air, bliss.
A trend that is showing now sign of wilting anytime soon is modern florals. Not simply a look confined to the summer months, floral designs are sure to brighten up your day throughout the cold and wet winter months. Designers such as Preen by Thornton Bregazzi showed there’s more to the trend than pastel colours by showcasing multi-coloured prints on black.
It was a night of diamonds and thrills at the ROX Magazine AW 17 launch. We unveiled the latest editions of ROX Woman and ROX Man to press and social influencers at an intimate dinner in the Argyll Arcade Thrill Room last Wednesday.