Jean Paul Gaultier, Cannes 2011 – courtesy of Wikipedia
Jean Paul Gaultier (62) bowed out of ready-to-wear after nearly 40 years of a great career. The “enfant terrible” of fashion – famous for provocative collections and outrageous outfits for the queen of Pop, Madonna – explained that his decision came as prêt-à-porter “evolved considerably”.
However, it is not the end of his fashion journey as he will continue to dedicate himself to haute couture and stage costumes for performers such as Kylie Minogue: Continue reading →
Paris Fashion Week is the highlight and the grand finale of the international fashion weeks. Tradition houses such as Dior, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and Louis Vuitton are presenting their collections and lavish productions. Here is an overview of the most important prêt-à-porter collections and everything worth knowing (and watching) about the french fashion week: Continue reading →
When it comes to wedding dresses, women are more than fine in spending a lot of money – as long as they get the perfect gown! However, this crafty woman decided that she would do her own wedding masterpiece on the way to work: It took her 5 months and $30. Take a look at her DIY wedding dress and check out beautiful DIY wedding ideas: Continue reading →
Milan Fashion Week is famous for the mixture between “dressing to please the Id and dressing to satisfy the Ego” as the NY Times perfectly described it. Check out the best shows of the Milan Fashion Week:
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The beautiful Chantelle Brown-Young, a former contestant of the America’s Next Top Model show, was a busy bee at the London Fashion Week. Known as a vitiligo spokesmodel, she didn’t have to hide her condition to kick arse on the London runways! Continue reading →
Evans runaway found at Yahoo
Evans, an U.K. and Ireland based retailer, hosted the first plus-size runaway show at the London Fashion Week. The colourful and fashion-forward collection was designed in collaboration with high-end designers, such as Giles Deacon and Clements Ribeiro.
Check out their collection, the many bright colour and bold print clothes – because fashion is not only for the straight-size market. Continue reading →
I waited so long for Burberry at the London Fashion Show – I can’t deny that I am a big fan of the Burberry style.
Many celebrities went to watch the show: model Kate Moss dressed Burberry head-to-toe, Cara Delevingne wore a nice Burberry silk tailored suit. Also, editor-in-chief of American Vogue Anna Wintour, actress Naomie Harrys and socialite Olivia Palermo were among many famous faces.
Issa unveiled its Spring/Summer 2015 collection as well. Watch their fashion shows: Continue reading →
The 3rd day of the London Fashion Week was packed with great fashion shows from Temperley and Topshop Unique to Paul Smith and Pringle of Scotland.
Also Vivienne Westwood, who pinned “YES” bandages on her models showing her support for the Scottish independence, presented her new collection but her fashion wasn’t the only thing that she wanted to talk about! Continue reading →
The time has come: the London Fashion Week -one of the highest profile events in the fashion world – is in full swing!
It’s that time of the year when London gets crazier than it usually is. Amazing street styles, the models are in town and you can see celebrities and the press wherever around the city.
This year 82 designers will show on the fashion week, 52 on the catwalk and they are expecting to have 5.000 visitors in 5 days.
Here are the must-see shows from the first 2 days of this awesome event: Continue reading →
The New York Fashion Week is over; the London Fashion Week just kicked off today and soon we will have more fashion news from the UK for you.
To close the chapter NYFW SS2015 – and we have shared throughout the week the extravagant summery creations of great designers, as they walked down the runways – let’s take a peek behind the curtain and experience the controlled chaos of stylists, hair stylist, make-up artists, models and the whole crew battling to master a perfect show. Continue reading →