Marc Jacobs’ AW17 show was one of the most diverse in New York. The Fashion Spot‘s biannual diversity report has just been released, revealing what really happened on the AW17 New York runways. Overall, 31.5% of model castings featured non-white models which is an increase (albeit a small one) compared
While most designers would drop everything to dress Meryl Streep, count Karl Lagerfeld out. According to Chanel’s head designer and creative director, the actress was enamored with a gray silk gown from the brand’s most recent couture collection and wanted to wear it to the Oscars on Sunday night, just
With Emma Watson’s Beauty and the Beast press tour well underway, the actresses commitment to sustainable fashion has been dominating headlines this week. The Brit Awards too saw some noteworthy gowns from the likes of Rita Ora and Ellie Goulding while pre-Oscars parties have featured a few stand-out
Emma Watson is taking her newest Disney role to heart (and her wardrobe). For last night’s London premiere of Beauty and the Beast, the British actress stepped out in a Cinderella-esque blue gown. The off-the-shoulder design by Emilia Wickstead featured a huge train that required its own handler on
Karl Lagerfeld has never been one to remain silent. Speaking to WWD, Lagerfeld revealed that Meryl Streep had chosen a grey silk gown from Chanel’s recent couture collection for the 2017 Oscars. The actress, who is nominated for an Oscar for Florence Foster Jenkins, approached the Parisian house, asking
The AW17 season has kicked off. The A-listers were out in full force for New York and London Fashion Week and now it’s Milan’s turn. From one-offs by the likes of Julianne Moore and Gwyneth Paltrow to more regular faces such as Alexa Chung, here’s every single celebrity appearance from this season’s
Another season of London Fashion Week has come to an end. While some designers have rejected the seasonal concept altogether, others have fully stuck to the autumn/winter vibe. Plenty of trends emerged; some wearable, a few much less so. America’s current plight proved to be a huge inspiration for many
The 2017 Brit Awards are here. Featuring the best of the music business, the likes of Ellie Goulding and Little Mix took to the paparazzi-filled red carpet in insanely fierce looks. Here’s every single celebrity moment from the star-studded night. 17 of the most outrageous Brits outfits in history What
Ashish Gupta, the creative director for his namesake label, Ashish, typically draws on his Indian heritage (he emigrated to London from Delhi in 1996) to create colorful, provocative, and statement-making clothing.
Many of the Duchess of Cambridge's favorite designers show at London Fashion Week. Yet she's always absent, completely skipping the weeklong event.
After being born ten weeks premature, ex-footballer Phil Neville and wife Julie were told that their daughter Isabella would never be able to walk or talk. Isabella is the first less able-bodied model to appear on Source Models’ main books despite suffering from cerebral palsy and having to wear leg
Music awards shows are renowned for featuring some of the wackiest looks around. (Just cast your mind back to the recent Grammys .) The Brits have been going all throughout the noughties, providing us with some real style throwbacks. From the Spice Girls’ love of teeny tiny dresses to Lady Gaga’s somewhat
Kate has quickly risen to become a British style icon, favouring flattering designs from the likes of Erdem and Preen. This isn’t a usual for the royal family. Cast your mind back to the 1940s and the days of Christian Dior’s cosy relationship with the British monarchy. The Parisian designer’s New
Remaining vigilant, Erdem stayed well away from Middle Eastern stereotypes. Instead, he delicately embroidered Turkish patterns onto military jackets and printed opulent designs across long velvet dresses. Faux fur brand Shrimps continues to rise, updating its usually saturated coats into icy designs
Arguably the biggest show in the London Fashion Week schedule, Burberry showed its second see now, buy now collection this evening. Last season’s Virginia Woolf references had moved into decadent designs taken from the work of sculptor Henry Moore.
Ashish stayed well away from his Indian heritage this season, instead treading the path of many other designers by speaking out against Donald Trump. In the face of minority groups being targeted by the new President, Ashish sent out an inclusive collection full of American uniforms and positive slogans
Rihanna has been giving us look after look ever since she shot to fame in 2005. One of the only faces who can seamlessly switch from red carpet to street, she has graced the front rows of countless shows and earned the privilege of wearing the industry’s most elaborate couture creations. As the singer
Angelina Jolie has appeared in public for one of the first times since her split from Brad Pitt in September last year. The 41-year-old actress arrived in Cambodia for the premiere of Netflix film, First They Killed My Father. Jolie, who directed the harrowing tale, brought along her six children to
Mulberry’s AW17 collection, debuted at London Fashion Week on Sunday afternoon, drew on Britain’s vast heritage. Tweeds, quilts and equestrian gear appeared time after time with striking floral looks bringing up the rear. Naturally, everyone was waiting to see which new bag styles creative director Johnny
A victim, a detective and a shoe-centric murder. It could only be the backstory to Charlotte Olympia’s AW17 collection.
Anya Hindmarch’s futuristic setting from last season had moved into the land of the Arctic. Of course, Hindmarch is first and foremost about accessories. Works by British poet Carol Ann Duffy and artist Tracey Emin inspired the floral-heavy collection which saw duvet-like coats wrapped around the models
Gareth Pugh’s shows are always a dark affair. For AW17, the somewhat macabre designer was inspired by controversial Nazi film, The Night Porter.
After a packed-out Versus Versace show that saw the likes of both Bella and Gigi Hadid take to the catwalk, some of the most famous models hit the capital for an expensive dinner. Fresh from her London Fashion Week runway debut, Bella Hadid arrived at the Sexy Fish restaurant in a grungy ensemble.
73-year-old Italian icon Benedetta Barzini walked along with 70-year-old British face Jan de Villeneuve. Both worked alongside renowned photographers such as Irving Penn and David Bailey to capture the beauty of the 1960s. Other older faces appeared including 80s star Marie Sophie Wilson and industry