Supermodel Karlie Kloss has been named as the face of adidas by Stella McCartney for its Fall/Winter 2016 campaign. Karlie encourages women worldwide to accomplish more through her impressive list of talents, including modelling, sports, coding and philanthropy.
Lingerie and underwear brand Agent Provocateur has named actress, model and musician Abbey Lee Kershaw as the new face for their autumn/winter 2016 campaign.
Missguided has announced a collaboration with fashion and beauty vlogger Carli Bybel. The collection includes dresses, jackets and separates in a colour palette of pastel pink, nude, green and grey. Available online now.
Just when you thought you had enough footwear, we come along and crush that notion. Your collection will not be complete until you add these beauts to it.
Brad Goreski reveals his celebrity style crushes and how your summer wardrobe can work for autumn too.
Exclusive video: Brad Goreski, E! Fashion Police co-host and celebrity fashion stylist to Jessica Alba, Demi Moore and Kaley Cuoco chats through his favourite trends this year, style icons to keep an eye on and how to transform summer looks which are suitable for autumn.
Watch our video featuring celebrity stylist Naomi Isted as we look at some of the key trends this summer season and all your “dos” and “Wimbledon’ts” as Kim Sears, Pippa Middleton, royalty and Hollywood celebs get set to ‘take their seats’ over the next couple of weeks.
It’s one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year, synonymous with strawberries and cream, Pimm’s drinking and traditional English summer style. Despite the strict dress code being slightly relaxed in recent years there are expected requirements in place when it comes to Wimbledon attire, with smart clothing regarded by many as part of the experience.
Protocol for the royal box is a simple one; dress code is smart, suits/jacket and tie for the men and for the ladies likewise smart attire is a must and ladies are asked not to wear hats, as they tend to obscure the vision of those seated behind them. Continue Reading
When it comes to developing your personal style; setting out to look different to others and to wear brands that not everyone will know about. This is why it is vital to look at brands internationally that strive to offer their consumer something different. We think we’ve found that ‘something different’ with the Summer Collection from Diamond Supply Co.
British fashion designer, Matthew Williamson, has launched a collection of active and yoga wear in collaboration with sportswear brand USA PRO. The ten-piece capsule collection includes leggings, zip-up jackets and crop tops, ranging across three prints. Each print taps into the Matthew Williamson DNA – referencing nature, exotic travels and artisanal influences.