IN&OUTTONIGHT like youre off to a fancy- dress party. Obviously, there are a few essentials you will need to capture the classic Hepburn look. A simple black shift dress should be your centrepiece. We love Tibis jersey cocktail- inspired shift with peplum detail (275, For added retro factor, accessorise with killer courts, gloves and cute framed handbag (try Lulu Guinness for the quirkiest, authentic styles). Add some glamour to all that black with a faux fur leopard coat; our favourite is at Topshop (90). Every girl needs a break from her LBD occasionally, so for a real wow frock log on to and check out Armand Basis fuchsia strapless prom dress (290) -- perfect for Holly Golightly- like party girls. Other must-haves include a chic beige mac, glamorous headscarves, elbow-length gloves, sparkling tiaras, huge nugget earrings and statement necklaces. Breakfast at Tiffanys? Yes please. 22 Monday, 12 October 2009 London Lite THISWEEK Literary genius WErE suckers for a good story, and were also not-so-secret narcissists too, so we were sold right off on these brilliant personalised literary classics. Its a grown- up version of those books you get where kids star in their very own adventure. Tell the publishers what names to slot in place of the originals, and you get sent a personalised romeo And Juliet or Alices Adventures In Wonderland. You could even be seduced by Pride And Prejudices Mr Darcy. Swoon. 19.95, ny in LOn Not got the cash to fly to NY, but still want NY shopping action? Head to the Newburgh Quarter, off Carnaby Street this month and you can shop at a host of too-cool-for-school Lower East Side boutiques which are running a very slick foreign exchange programme. Go on Sunday and youll walk slap-bang into a block party, US-style, featuring a fashion show, the chance to win outfits on display, plus guest performers and some good ol Yank eats, too. Find out more at girLs On fiLm WAS there ever a better combination than sexy lingerie and fabulous photography? The delectably glamorous Apartment C lingerie boutique lite loves Potty for tea: a Chinese experience in Baker Street HersHis by rebecca boyce Stepout withthe Tiffany touch... T HErE arent many of us who wouldnt kill for Holly Golightlys wardrobe. Packed full of irresistible LBDs, statement hats, silky scarves and, of course, diamonds and pearls, that infamous Breakfast At Tiffanys look has remained timelessly desirable. The film was released in the early Sixties, and was the driving force behind catapulting lead actress Audrey Hepburn to style icon status -- and the clothes havent lost their appeal since. Fast-forward to 2009 and the London stage production of Truman Capotes novella -- with Anna Friel playing Holly Golightly at the Theatre royal -- has us wanting Breakfast At Tiffanys all over again. But its not just the character that is sparking interest -- Friels off-stage outfits are rivalling her on-stage costumes. Straying only slightly from her characters little black dresses, the actress has been spotted in glamorous faux furs, fab red coats, sparkly, fringed and full-length silk dresses, as well as gorgeous prom-style frocks and signature scarlet lippy. The best thing about these looks is that they arent just found in vintage stores. In fact, the films late-Fifties era is quite prominent on the high street this season, so its easy to glam up without feeling thelook EnriqueMurciano &LilyCole GoforHollyGolightlyglam CAMILLA RIDLEY-DAY Coat 100, Warehouse Dress 65, Oasis Boots 170, French Connection Jacket 55, New Look Jeans 35, Burton Shoes 39.98, Aldo Trilby 18, Topman T-shirt 6, Burton index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html