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And if wearing the trend top-to-toe is a step too far, these are all details that will give a update to your look without looking like a 70s throwback.

Colours to consider from the new collection are chocolate, tomato red and black, tapping into the modern gothic trend and getting your wardrobe ready for the impending chilly weather.

Other parts of Mosaic, namely Show Studio, which includes a number of footwear brands, and women's wear chain Principles are likely to be sold off separately.

Department store group Debenhams is understood to have tabled an offer for Principles, which already has concessions in its stores, while former Rubicon director Peter Davies, who ran Principles from 2001 to 2005, announced late on Friday that he had made a formal offer to reacquire the chain.

The deal will be done in partnership with Mosaic chief executive Derek Lovelock and other group managers, who will be given a 5% to 10% equity stake, according to the report.

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