With just over a week of 2013 remaining, we take a quick peek into our crystal balls at what 2014 has in store for us all…
Nicholas Ghesquière’s first collection for Louis Vuitton
We were sad to see Marc Jacobs leave LV, but now we just can’t wait to see what his successor Nicholas Ghesquière does for his debut spring/summer collection. Those in the know suggest statement shoes will be a big focus; so he’s likely to be in our good books from day one!
The Olympics turned us into fitness fanatics so we hope that seeing Jess Ennis and co in action at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will encourage us to pull on our trainers a bit more regularly.
2014 is the year of movie sequels. X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, 300: Rise of an Empire and Horrible Bosses 2 will all hit cinemas next year, re-introducing us to some of our favourite film characters. Plus the next instalments of The Hunger Games and The Hobbit will be on the silver screen.
The act announcements have already started with both Arcade Fire and Lily Allen confirming they will be taking to the stage. With two more headliners still to be announced, we’ll be keeping our eyes and ears peeled for any clues and we should really start hunting for the perfect pair of wellies now…
The Big Reunion 2
We’re a bit embarrassed to admit this (ok really embarrassed!) but the Big Reunion was definitely our TV guilty pleasure of 2013. We can’t wait to see what dodgy 90s and 00s bands they reunite for the second series.
A new Florence + the Machine album
It’s been two years since chart-topping album Ceremonials, but we’ve heard rumours Florence and her machine are back in the studio working on a third offering. Let’s hope it hits shelves in time to be our album of the summer.
The World Cup
Even if you’re not a football fan, a summer of World Cup-themed BBQs and afternoons in the beer garden sounds pretty good to us. Start planning your get together for England’s first fixture against Italy on June 14.