1. The Two Fabric Trends That Defined 2018: Faux Fur And Velvet

    The Two Fabric Trends That Defined 2018: Faux Fur And Velvet

    Unless you spent 2018 underwater, you probably noticed an explosion of faux fur and velvet in fashion this year. These two fabric trends were absolutely everywhere, filtering down from the couture runways and adding a touch of (animal cruelty-free!) glamour to wardrobes everywhere.

    Stella McCartney

    We looked on with pride as London Fashion Week became the first international fashion event to ban genuine fur, and we watched as faux fur trims, collars, jackets and coats became ubiquitous on catwalks, in high-end design and all over the high street. Faux

  2. Everybody Loves Sequins

    Everybody Loves Sequins

  3. Glamour, Sequins & All Of The Black: Saint Laurent RTW '19

    Glamour, Sequins & All Of The Black: Saint Laurent RTW '19

    Saint Laurent’s Ready To Wear Spring 2019 collection at Paris Fashion Week yesterday. A glittering procession of classic Saint Laurent style: dripping in glamour, sultry appeal and decadent fabric.

    Heavy sequins, deluxe glamour.

    Use this;<br />Yellow Gold Overlapping Stretch Sequin
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    Yellow Gold Overlapping Stretch Sequin
  4. Spring/Summer '19, According To Victoria Beckham

    Spring/Summer '19, According To Victoria Beckham

    Spring/Summer ’19 is a chic and feminine, but practical, affair, according to Victoria Beckham, who unveiled her 10th anniversary collection at London Fashion Week on Sunday to an assembly of fashion industry peers, celebrity guests…and her entire family.

    Harper, Cruz, Romeo, Brooklyn and David Beckham proudly looked on as mummy V took her audience on a journey through delicate shirts and drapey knits and silks, taffeta trench coats and pretty, polished satins. Luxurious pieces with flattering lines, that remain wearable and accessible for modern women.

    There were the

  5. A Feast Of The Famous And The Fabulous: Ralph Lauren's 50th Anniversary Celebrations at New York Fashion Week 2018.

    A Feast Of The Famous And The Fabulous: Ralph Lauren's 50th Anniversary Celebrations at New York Fashion Week 2018.

    New York Fashion week 2018 kicked off last Thursday with the usual flurry of celebrities, media throngs and of course,  gorgeous designer clothing lighting the path to our 2019 wardrobes.

    Amidst the fabrics, fashions and festivities, Ralph Lauren’s 50th anniversary extravaganza was held and took its place as the glittering centrepiece of this years schedule. The celebration on Friday night, at the Bethedsa Terrace in Central Park, began with a runway show and ended with a lavish, black-tie dinner party, with a guest list comprised of the very famous, the very wealthy and the very beautiful, all paying grateful homage to Ralph Lauren.

  6. What are Stella, Givenchy, Balenciaga and Fendi doing with coats this A/W season?

    What are Stella, Givenchy, Balenciaga and Fendi doing with coats this A/W season?

    So, what are Stella, Givenchy, Balenciaga and Fendi doing this Autumn/Winter to keep things warm and stylish? Wrapping us up in chic houndstooth, plaid and herringbone prints, that’s what.

    Stella McCartney A/W '18

    Forever elegant and a nice twist on traditional plain greys, browns and blacks. These patterns add life to your coat fabric without taking over your entire look.

    Stella thinks we should all be rugged up in relaxed, oversized versions that leave plenty of room for chunky winter layers underneath (and a few Christmas puddings too...)

  7. Victoria Beckham, Zuhair Murad, Ralph and Russo and the Ladies Suit

    Victoria Beckham, Zuhair Murad, Ralph and Russo and the Ladies Suit

    Blake Lively stepped out in a pretty arresting white pinstripe suit last week in New York. The matching trousers, fitted waistcoat and long-line blazer were broken up with lacy shirt sleeves and a pile of pearls, our favourite in a line of lady suiting looks that the actress has favoured of late.

    Ladies suits are back in business, and we don't just mean in the boardroom. Flowing pant suits are hugely in vogue at the moment, with many Autumn/Winter and Resort ‘18/19 collections featuring chic suit styling for the modern woman. The best fabric for women's suits is a wool gaberdine, a wool crêpe or

  8. Colour Trend: Pink. Bright Pink.

    Colour Trend: Pink. Bright Pink.

    Pretty soon, the green grass of summer will give way to the burnished tones of Autumn and we will swiftly reacquaint ourselves with things like tights, long sleeves and coats as we hurtle towards winter.

    Wintery wardrobes tend to drift toward monochrome looks and dark, sombre colours, in keeping with the dull, grey skies. We all do it.  But there’s really no reason not to mix it up with a flash of bright colour – even just a little bit.  And if Oscar De La Renta, Valentino and Armani know anything about fashion, take note: lively fuchsia and hot pink colours are a thing for Autumn/Winter 201

  9. NEW IN! Dolce & Gabbana Couture Fabrics Straight from their Secret Spring/Summer '18 Show

    NEW IN! Dolce & Gabbana Couture Fabrics Straight from their Secret Spring/Summer '18 Show

    Dolce & Gabbana have a secret. But like all good secrets, it was bound to be discovered eventually. Something this spectacular really can’t stay hidden for long.

    Amidst the roar of Milan Fashion Week, right before their scheduled ready-to-wear show, the designers stage a surreptitious, hyper-exclusive runway show of their latest couture evening wear. Those invited are their top 0.1% of clientele and a sprinkling of influential fashion editors, who are granted coveted access to the now not-so-secret, 'secret show'. The collection is always breath-taking, each item a meticulously crafted piece of Dolce & Gabbana’s signature vibrant and sumptuous Sicilian couture. Edgy and shocking, often. Glamorous and unique, always.

    Dolce and Gabbana’s spring/summer ’18 collection didn’t disappoint. Those gathered to watch looked on in awe as models glided down the catwalk in magnificently detailed fabric and captivating designs. The designers used fabrics worthy of their ini

  10. Dior Couture: Fall '18 - Silks, Satins and Suitings

    Dior Couture: Fall '18 - Silks, Satins and Suitings

    Dior’s Fall ’18 couture line is so beautiful that words are hardly necessary.

    Romantic pleated silks, satins and crêpes, in blush tones, soft, creamy nudes and dusky greens.

    Delicate straps, open décolletage, exposed necks and shoulders.

    Sculpted matte duchess satins and luxe cashmere suitings.

    Recreate some of our favourite looks from the show with the guidance of our fabric experts

    Use a light silk georgette to recreate the gentle drape of these exquisite flowing dresses.

  11. Sizzle, Spanish-Style, for Spring/Summer '19

    Sizzle, Spanish-Style, for Spring/Summer '19

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Madrid was held earlier this month, and showcased the cream of Spain’s fashion crop.

    Juanjo Oliva ignited the runway with a jet-black palette and a succession of beautiful, shapely designs that hugged the body in all the right places.

  12. Chanel Cruise Collection 2019

    Chanel Cruise Collection 2019

    Chanel set sail last night, literally.

    All the stops were pulled out in the halls of the Grand Palais as Karl Largerfeld presented this year's cruise collection, a concept originally invented by Coco Chanel of showing a collection outside the seasonal catwalk schedule back in 1919.

    Gigi Hadid on the catwalk.

    Known for their fabulous runways, Chanel did not disappoint constructing a 5624 square meter Cruise in the middle of the catwalk.

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