Stella McCartney, who designed the dress Meghan Markle wore to her wedding reception, suggested that the duchess's style will change with her "austere" new role.
While plenty of fashion people made the argument during the Fall 2018 shows that animal prints like leopard or zebra can function as aesthetic neutrals, the truth is that they're far less foolproof than standard neutrals like black or navy. Which is why a head-to-toe 'fit featuring animal print ...
Designing for Meghan Markle appears to be good for business, as the royal wedding has resulted in huge sales for two fashion houses.
After reaching out to several designers and being turned down, the actress chose a vintage look.
Prince Harry was dressed in black tie, and the royal bride had changed into a sexy white halter dress by designer Stella McCartney.
Tia Mowry's son took a picture of his parents, bringing Mowry a lot of praise for the dress she was wearing: a bold, fresh Ankara-print dress made by Ofuure and inspired by designs from Cameroon.
The latest campaign is a bit of a head scratcher. Interestingly, the traditionally winter-centric brand decided to shoot their ads in the heart of sunny California, and features MacLachlan, Gordon, and others clad in their new ’70s retro-style fall apparel.
At Stella McCartney’s fashion show, the famously vegan designer sent 35 models down the catwalk in plaids, checks, and cruelty-free knitwear. There were also horse prints taken from George Stubbs, the famous 18th century British painter. The design details gave way McCartney’s finale, an a capella concert for guests like Salma Hayek and Pamela Anderson.
Some people are freaking out over Paul McCartney being affectionate with his grown daughter Stella McCartney. When it comes to parents showing their children affection, some apparently feel there should be an age limit for the PDA. Most recently, some people had a problem with 74-year-old singer Paul McCartney embracing his 45-year-old designer daughter, Stella McCartney.
Designers and creative directors usually attempt to make fashion ad campaigns provocative and unexpected in order to make an impression. Because of this, some pretty absurd trends have emerged — celebrities and models using snakes as accessories, posing in provocative manners, and even alongside animals. In fact, models cozying up to pets like lions, tigers, and bears (oh my!) happens so often, it’s not even that wild.
Over 1 billion people around the world will tune in to the 2016 Olympics Opening Ceremony from Rio tonight, where the athletes will proudly walk into the Maracanã Stadium to start the Games. For the next two and a half weeks, they will be pushed to their sporting limits, but for tonight, all they have to do is look good. Many countries chose homegrown designers for this opportunity — something that makes us at Yahoo Style even more excited for tonight’s spectacle. Great Britain tapped Stella McCartney, while the U.S. is continuing to rely on Ralph Lauren.
Besides sharpening your thrifting skills, buying designer is the shortest route to building outfits that not every other girl on your train is wearing. As in, 80% off Stella McCartney and Saint Laurent real. The clearance has just been restocked, so we found 12 of the sale’s best finds ahead.
“Hello, hi!” says Sir Paul McCartney as he trots through the Palais Garnier in Paris. Mr. McCartney gladly obliges, even asking “did you get it?” before allowing himself to be whisked away by the large men in tight black suits. Before he left, Mr. McCartney gave a thumbs-up (literally) to his daughter Stella’s latest collection, a dreamy mix of swan-print knitwear, quilted parkas in various shades of lollipop, and—yay!—tons of cute shoes with no heels.
What better way to celebrate Fashion Week than with a shoot featuring a global icon in an assemblage of outré looks by the world’s best designers? We called in the best, most fashion-forward pieces of the spring 2016 season, and designers Rick Owens, Balmain, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, Jeremy Scott, and Sonia Rykiel all heeded our call. Check out the slideshow to see the exclusive looks.
It’s been a good year for fashion. We’ve talked about what to wear to various holidays and occasions, where to find the best “It Bag,” how to pack like a pro, and even what classics should be in your wardrobe. As the year draws to a close, we offer one last hurrah — what to wear on your New Year’s getaway of course! Here, Yahoo Style editors suggests five varied looks based on their own personal travels.
I’ve been chasing the dream of the perfect monochrome suit ever since Tom Ford sent a rich red velvet number down the runway in the 90s during his Gucci heyday. I think everyone can agree that a woman in a beautifully tailored suit is sexy as hell — and it’s also empowering for its wearer. By day you’re a stylish professional, buttoned up in a blouse, and when the night falls so do a few buttons, the blouse is swapped out for a vest and then you’re basically Bianca Jagger at her wedding in the ‘70s.
L.L. Bean is increasing its production and intends to make half a million duck boots this season, and if you’re not lucky enough to get your hands (and feet!) on a pair, you’ll have to wait until next year. The American heritage brand refuses to alter how the boots are made (hand stitched in Maine) in order to accommodate the surge in orders, but don’t fret.
Photography by Emma Summerton A month ago, Kirsten Owen was closing the Vionnet show in Paris. How do you feel seeing grunge channeled on the catwalks now?