Katie Roberts-Wood focused her collection on turning the ordinary into something more special and unique.
In this quirky collection, designer Steven Tai imagined his nerdish muse in hibernation mode.
Kristin Scott Thomas played a clairvoyant for Fendi, while Doutzen Kroes, Liv Tyler, Arizona Muse and Clara Paget manned the carnival stands.
The designer’s original sketch for the piece was sold at auction in Vienna on Tuesday, with proceeds going to charity.
Jack Guinness, Alice Della, Daisy Lowe, Chiara Ferragni, Brianboy, Anna Cleveland, Adwoa Aboah and Winnie Harlow were among the personalities who joined creative director Stuart Vevers in the celebrations for Coach’s first Italian store.
She took solo trip to Wales on Wednesday as part of her efforts to raise awareness around mental health issues, especially in children.
Japan is a strategic market for the brand, which recently entered a new phase of international expansion.
Retail, luxury stocks were mostly up during morning trading on Wednesday.
“Diana: Her Fashion Story,” which opens to the public on Feb. 24, showcases looks she wore during daytime public engagements as well as for evening occasions.
The designer imagined Romeo and Juliet – updated for the Tinder generation – when designing this streetwise collection.
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The Toogood sisters offered a practical wardrobe with strong workwear references, walking the line between town and country dressing.
A.W.A.K.E founder Natalia Alaverdian based her Fall collection around the Octopus.
A distinctly more grown-up collection than last season’s denim-heavy spectacle, and the better for it.
Lots of color and cozy tactile fabrics, such as velvet, faux fur and shearling, statement jackets, sturdy, protective outerwear and metallic shine were among the big themes that emerged.