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Mia Farrow's elegant innocence in The Great Gatsby

Urban Outfitters’ new TBA Collection, designed by Binbin McNiven, takes it’s inspiration from actress Mia Farrow (the woman Woody Allen left to date his adopted step-daughter…weird).

Appearing as a wide eyed innocent in 60’s horror classic Rosemary’s Baby or a decadent 1920’s flapper in The Great Gatsby, Mia was the definition of sophistication and cool, and had an inherent innocence, grace and naive charm. The TBA collection tries to capture all the features of Mia Farrow’s look over the years.

The combination of metallics (which featured prominently in many Oscar gowns this year) and soft powder colours, TBA’s latest collection creates an effortless sex appeal which takes inspiration from some of Mia’s on-screen vixens. 

The collection features some classic, modern shapes and styles including:

  • Baby doll dress with hand made beaded peter pan collars
  • A four tier hand-beaded mini dress
  • Jazzy flapper dress
  • Metallic beaded gold long waist coat

Here are a couple of the new pieces to get an idea, pop in to Urban Outfitters and check out the whole range.


Nude tiered dress from new TBA Collection


Gold Dress from new TBA Collection



We’re crazy about cupcakes here at Stellar HQ and even crazier about the non-calorific kind! This micro trend has been taking the shops by storm… gracing dresses at Fornarina, key covers at Urban Outfitters and chains at Claire’s. To get your fill of these tasty treats and more, check out the May issue of STELLAR, on shelves next week.

uo1Pixie has got a little attached to a certain leather jacket and has been spotted hanging round London, front row at LFW and at the NME Awards sporting this studded leather…Good news is so can you!

Her leather number is actually high-street label Religion which is stocked in Urban Outfitters and Arnotts. The jacket is priced at €310 and will be hitting stores on April 21st.

Pixie wearing Religion Pixie wearing Religion


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