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Neil Hendy

Marks & Spencer, head of womenswear design

One of my favourite trends from the last decade was the boho look.  It was a democratic trend that saw young trend setters as well as the older generations embrace the style. Gypsy skirts, layering, the must-have accessories, all combined to make a trend that continues to have longevity, you will see the feminine elements of this look in spring 10 trends.

It was also a look that was hugely championed by celebrities such as Siena Miller and this gave it even more momentum. The ‘it’ bag, is my key piece for the decade. It reached fever pitch with no price barriers and the average shopper saving for a bag that became an old style soon after buying. Every designer had their moment but the Chloe Paddington stood out.

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