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Spotlight: Debenhams Spring/Summer 2013

facebook.com  6601_432216333530248_1350757781_nThe temperature is rising which means all the stores are unveiling their Spring & Summer 2013 collections. Last week, I paid a visit to the Capital D Studio in Al Quoz to check out their new collections from Debenhams Middle East.

This preview consisted of a focus on their DESIGN segment featuring their lines by famous designers including Principles by Ben de Lisi, Jasper Conran, Butterfly by Matthew Williamson, Star by Julien MacDonald, Rocha by John Rocha, Betty Jackson, Jeff Banks, Edition, and H! by Henry Holland.

For years, Debenhams has remained a dependable department store to visit for any outfit. If I ever have a last minute occasion, I head directly to Debenhams because I’m sure to find something that works thanks to their mini-shopping mall concept with multiple designers located under one roof.

During the preview, I started out in the menswear section where I spotted some lovely patterns of shirts and ties that would work in even the most conservative office. Also spotted were messenger bags and hats that I recommend all the men add to their closets.

For spring, Debenhams has a mix of structural jackets, brights, prints and flowy silhouettes. I zeroed in on the dresses in the Principles by Ben de Lisi line. And thanks to the lovely team at Debenhams, I even managed to catch a photo with the man himself who has designed for the superstars of Hollywood like Kate Winslet.

And if your decor also needs a spring uplift, checkout the Debenhams home section with some lovely accessories and bedspreads, especially the one by Matthew Williamson.

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Debenhams is the perfect destination for a Spring makeover – whether it is for you, the boyfriend or even the home! Follow Debenhams Middle East on Facebook for the latest news.

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