In HURR Wardrobe is back with a very special edition starring Freya Rabet. After working as a designer for both fast and sustainable fashion brands, Freya Rabet launched her own label, Freya Simonne, of upcycled pieces last year and an environmental education project, Protect Your Mother. As extensions of her own personal style and sustainable ethos, Freya crafts her limited-edition collections from gorgeous vintage fabrics and duvets in an array of florals and pastel hues. We caught up with Freya to learn more about her work and to introduce you to her fabulous world.
Not only did we get a behind-the-scenes peek at Freya's design process and personal style ("Eclectic! Feminine! Fun!") but she is also launching an exclusive capsule rental collection of her pieces on HURR, a portion of the proceeds of which will be donated to her friend's charity, The Love Hearts Appeal. Her entire process is the embodiment of our monthly theme of loving your clothes. Welcome to In HURR Wardrobe.
The numbers are in and the facts don't lie. Stand Studio coats are officially our most popular item on HURR this month. Keep reading to see how our #HURRGirls styled them.
Bold prints are trending and we're loving it. From abstract graphics, to the cult checkerboard print, here are our favourite looks and the rented pieces to recreate them...
Big knits have been big news for as long as we can remember, with billowing sleeves, fluffy threads and a bolder-the-better colour palette defining transeasonal wardrobes everywhere. But what better sense of lockdown achievement could there be than knitting your own? I’ve rounded up our favourite do-it-yourself knit-kits to help you create a sustainable staple that’ll see you through the seasons.
Words by Kate Haines
We're calling it. This year is not just about getting dressed again, it's about getting dressed up. So for the month of January, our focus is to celebrate the idea of dressing your best to feel your best.
With the news of the Sex and the City reboot, we thought we'd look back on Carrie Bradshaw's best outfits and recreate them with pieces listed on HURR. From the iconic newspaper dress to her Manolos, so many of Carrie's timeless looks are ready to rent. Access to her designer pieces without the pricetag? We love to see it.
Alongside the moments for dressing-up and glamour, there are holiday days coming that will require nothing but lounging. Maximise your cosy status with our edit of pieces, high in both style and comfort.
Naturally, we're interested and invested in discovering and championing the brands that are pushing fashion forward in a conscious way. Explore 5 of our favourites that are set to make sustainable waves in 2021.
She's done it again! This week, HURR girl Holly Willoughby stepped out in the Falconetti dress by The Vampire's Wife and with a 2,700 per cent increase in searches for the piece, it's fair to say that the internet immediately fell in love.
Rent the dress now and discover the brand behind the sparkle.
Party season means party sequins, right? When trying to dress consciously, the association of sparkling outfits and bold make-up is hard to shake – meet the HURR rentals that will allow you to do both this Christmas.
If you – like the rest of the nation – have become hooked on HBO's The Undoing this month, chances are that you've also drooled on some of the show's seasonal outerwear. Re-create the looks with our edit.
The surprising smash hit of 2020 is undoubtedly above-the-keyboard dressing – making ‘nice tops’ all we want to wear right now. We challenged London-based blogger and account director, India Sehmi, to curate her favourites – just add jeans (or joggers, let’s be real).
With The Crown – finally! – back on Netflix, here’s how to get Diana’s iconic looks (as recreated by Emma Corrin) with an edit of HURR rentals.
There's something satisfying about peeking into someone's saved boards: style inspiration, references to match your mood and make-up looks to double tap stat. Take a look into the things that Team HURR have been saving for the season – inspiration, guaranteed.
Event dressing might be all but off the table and holidays few and far between, but if the pandemic has shown us that living a stripped-back lifestyle is the way to go then renting something new (to you) is still the way to go. Here’s five reasons to rent this season.