T by Alexander Wang is a collection of laid back basics. Often described as 'model off duty'. Collections include, slouchy t-shirts, racer back tanks and relaxed fit dresses.
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When a stylist to the likes of Calvin Klein, Alexander McQueen and Vogue sets out to create a shoe collection you know it's going to be an ultra-stylish, highly sought after brand. Expect nothing less than couture inspired pieces from Tabitha Simmons.
Talbots do a preppy high street look. Known for their basics - simple black trousers, T shirts and blazers, they offer casualwear that older women love.
Inspired by the elegance of film stars and created with simple modern cuts and luxurious fabrics Tara Jarmon's effortlessly feminine pieces ooze French chic. Think soft silks, cottons, satins and velvets in a mixture of prints and colour.
Littlewood's occasion wear range Teatro, offers a gorgeous selection of dresses from floor-sweeping gowns to flirty prom dresses. You'll also find the perfect accessories to complete your look.
Ted Baker does quirky but wearable fashion. Great for printed day dresses, blazers and colourful accessories, Ted Baker offers original high street fashion.
Temperly is a celebrity favourite. A designer label that offers boho dresses, pretty prints and lovely eveningwear, Temperley does it all girly but glam.
TFNC is the glamour fashionistas port of call. Perfect for sexy party dresses and trendy party tops.
Launched in 2004 by Thai born Thakoon Panichgul this collection is very feminine. His signature touches are billowy organza and silk-linen dresses. He says: "For me it's about creating silhouettes that sort of have built-in gesture."
Wendy Pickard's jewellery range The Branch is a collection of unique designs in wood with gold, silver, diamonds and semi-precious stones that have regularly been featured on the pages of Vogue and Grazia.
Just watch 'that' Google Chrome ad for the inspiring story behind founder Julie Deane and her Cambridge Satchel Company. Today the humble school bag has become a fashionistas firm favourite and the company that started out with £600 now makes £12 million a year.
French must-have brand, a favourite amongst the fashion pack, has a decidedly androgynous aesthetic with it's sharp masculine tailoring and clean-cut lines. The name of the brand is a quirky play on the word 'couples'.
The White Company does what it says on the tin. Offering loungewear in whites and neutrals, they do nightwear as well as cashmere and cotton basics.
"Original, beautifully crafted, and designed with immaculate attention to detail", is the premise behind acclaimed British jewellery designer Theo Fennell's luxurious collections.
Theory is modern urban take on high fashion. Theory is great for easy to wear chic trousers, tailored jackets and luxe day dresses.
Exclusive to House of Fraser, Therapy is a young, fun brand for girls who want to channel their inner fashionista. Exclusive to House of Fraser.
"Futuristic Vintage" is how Thierry Lasry describes his fashionable collection of sunglasses sported by the likes of Anne Hathaway, Eva Mendes and Nicole Ritchie.
Thomas Pink is a destination for women's shirts. They specialise in well tailored shirts in high quality fabrics, offering endless options on a workwear staple.
Australian designer Helen O' Connor's Thurley brand offers up a collection of feminine and flirty pieces in fabulous prints and rich fabrics like lace and silks. Her stylish dresses are the perfect stand-out-from the crowd pieces for any occasion.
Amy Smilovic is the designer behind the Tibi label. Amy hand designs a range of prints and styles to match her personal taste and distinctive approach to dressing. The style is casual chic.
This is a fabulous one stop online hosiery shop to keep your 'legs eleven' dressed to the nines. From good old faithfuls to fashion forward pieces have your tights, stockings, hold-ups and socks delivered to your door. Brands include amongst others FALKE, Wolford, Jonathan Aston, ARISTOC and Pretty Polly.
Known for their boots, Timberland is an outerwear brand with an outdoorsy but ladylike style. They also do hi tech jackets, safari coats and T shirts.
TM Lewin is a onestop workwear shop. Offering simple shirts, trouser suits, skirt suits and shift dresses, TM Lewin cover the workwear bases at great prices.
The mail order brand TOAST has a cult following of devotees who hanker after the label's simple, yet luxurious looking ranges, all in natural fabrics. A sense of wanderlust and nostalgia permeates these easy-to-wear, comfortable pieces of clothing.
The luxury Italian brand Tod's, started out with the iconic pebble soled driving shoe.Since then the brand has splashed out with its bold coloured moccasins and loafers, sporty high heeled boots, and a collection of fine crafted leather bags.
He turned Gucci into one of of the sexiest and most sought after brands of the 90's and then gave Yves Saint Laurent a spin of his magic touch. Ford then set up his eponymous fashion empire which has subsequently become synonymous with the ultimate in luxury as well as capturing the imagination of Hollywood with his directorial debut A Single Man.
Tommy Hilfiger offers American casualwear at designer prices. Doing everything from classic macs to basic dresses, Hilfiger's look is pared back, sporty and chic.
Tommy Hilfiger Denim offers up American classics. Covering denim from skinny jeans to boyfriend styles, it is cheaper and a bit younger than his mainline.
It’s the humble espadrille, re-interpreted with a fashion twist – and all in the name of charity. For every purchase made, Toms gives away a pair of shoes to someone in need. Loved by Kristen Stewart and Scarlett Johansson.
Snap up a slice of that exquisite Stephen Jones Haute Couture style, with his new high street millinery collection for Debenhams. From statement headpieces to dramatic hats his creations will put a stylish spin to your occasion wear wardrobe. You'll also find gorgeous clutches to complement your look.
Winners of the High Street, high fashion crown, Topshop does fast fashion. Their range is huge, covering all the latest trends, with a huge selection of party frocks.
Tory Burch is known for her bold prints, bright colours and ethnic touches. She delivers clothing and accessories with an equally bohemian and pretty vibe.
A mainstay on the New York fashion scene, Tracey Reese's ultra-feminine collections capture that Upper East Side chic with effortless and timeless style. Bright colours, unique prints and a great selection of dresses are her signature looks.
The ultimate in old school glamour with an on-trend feel, Traffic People started out life as a Portobello Market stall. Since then the brand has become best known for its vintage-style occasion dresses as well as its playsuits and those perfect pieces to update a wardrobe - blouses.
Trinny & Susannah for Littlewoods do a fashion inspired capsule range at affordable prices. Perfect for fashion dresses for every body size.
True Religion is the cool girl’s designer denim brand. Distressed boyfriend shorts, hooded denim jackets and skinny jeggings all have a hippie, bohemian vibe.
American cashmere brand TSE is perfect for those looking for the ultra-fine luxury of quality cashmere in modern, contemporary styles. Over the years the label has collaborated with the likes of Jason Wu and Narcisso Rodriguez.
Elegant and feminine jewellery heavily influence by designer Kate Rose's travels to Indonesia, Spain and Italy. These are styles you can wear every day and are great gifts for friends and family.
In 2003 Cynthia launched Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent. She uses classic, feminine, fresh silhouettes that encourage women to express their individuality through well-conceived, impeccably crafted, timeless garments.
Twenty 8 Twelve is the fashion offering created by Sienna Miller and her designer sister Savannah. With a predictably hippie, cool chick vibe, it’s a boho girl’s urban staple. In January 2012 the sisters stepped down as creative directors of the brand.