So, without fail, Alessandra Ambrosio is once again at Coachella. It's like she's the new Heidi Klum. Sorry, sorry, we don't mean it really. We're…Continue reading...
So, without fail, Alessandra Ambrosio is once again at Coachella. It’s like she’s the new Heidi Klum. Sorry, sorry, we don’t mean it really. We’re just, you know, bitter that we weren’t there. Okay, the grey skies are getting to us. I mean, it’s April! Late April. *sob* So, to rub salt in the wound, we have rounded up the best festival looks from the first weekend of Coachella, what
Spring does not necessarily mean florals. Miranda Priestly will be relieved. And you know what, so are we. We love a good floral print and goodness knows we need a little colour in our lives right now (you watch the news, right?) so we get it. Florals are fun. But yeah, they ain’t groundbreaking. So, meet the five spring trends that we are all over, so much so we may
Spring = Stripes. It’s just how the story goes. But this season, we’re busting out something a little more rock n’ roll and not as Beetlejuice-esque as you might think; striped trousers. Ah yes, unflattering we hear you say. Not so. Not with a wide, straight cut. Finish with a model-off-duty “half-tuck” or make like Vanessa Hudgens and wear a cropped, loose tee, and you have the look nailed. Think
Alas, awards season has finally come to an end and what an ending it was (envelope guy, you had one job, one job!), but before we roll away the red carpet for another year, let’s have a look at last night’s leading ladies as they took to the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for the 89th Academy Awards, otherwise known as the Oscars. It wouldn’t be a best-dressed
“Im-pecc-able – glitter, silver, something very shiny.” – Karl Lagerfeld A magpie’s dream, the Chanel Couture Show, a collection inspired by Alberto Giacometti’s 1920’s “femme cullière”, took place at the Grand Palais against a backdrop of fragmented mirrors. As the models shimmered across the mirrored runway in elegantly tailored Jackie Kennedy-esque one colour suits (complete with matching hats), the colour palette was reminiscent of Ladurée macarons. Each model wore a slim, single pearl
There’s only one Kate in our lives and sorry, it’s not Kate Middleton. The ultimate icon of British style, Kate Moss needs no introduction. From a fresh-faced schoolgirl to fully-fledged fashion icon, Kate has come a long way. So to celebrate Mossy’s 43rd birthday today, we’re simply posting some our very favorite looks (mostly from the ’90’s because, well, they’re iconic). Happy birthday, Kate! For better or worse, ‘heroin chic’