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Rare London set for autumn launch of new trends
Sep '12
Rare London is getting ready for the arrival of autumn with the launch of three new trends, each of which offers customers something different to help update their wardrobe.

The brand will kick things off with the launch of its precious metallics trend on September 3rd - a collection that is bound to be perfect for stylish women who are looking for something fun to wear on a night out. Metallics always come into their own as the evenings get darker and this latest collection from Rare London is just what fashionistas need.

September will also see the release of a new Gothic trend on 10th. This look has been all over the catwalks and Rare London has created its own on-trend version that perfectly captures the dramatic elegance of the look.

If this does not appeal, the autumn luxe trend - which launches on September 17th - might be just what women need to give their wardrobe an instant style update ready for the arrival of grey skies and chilly mornings.

There will be plenty of bargains available on the Rare London website in September, as the brand is offering 20 per cent off its brand new accessories range. This means shoppers can sort their entire outfit in one go, at a price they'll love. The offer begins on August 30th and runs for one week. The discount code shoppers should use is JEWEL20.

A six-hour flash sale will take place on September 5th, with the popular scuba dress being reduced to 80 per cent off, taking it to just ?5. Available in aqua and hot pink, the Rare bodycon dress hugs every curve and is perfect for a Saturday night out when teamed with heels and a statement oversized clutch.

Students can also grab themselves a bargain, as they will be able to enjoy 20 per cent off with Unidays Plus during Fresher's Week from September 10th. What's more, the first 50 students to make a purchase will receive a free accessory from the brand new AW12 range.

There will be a competition running for shoppers from September 3rd. Rare London has ten pairs of tickets to London Fashion Weekend to give away, while each winner will also receive ?100 to spend at rarelondon.com on any dresses and outfits of their choice. The competition ends on September 19th.

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