Dreamy designer Sophia Webster lets us into her equally stylish studio to talk all things London Fashion Week as well as giving us a sneak peek into her SS18 collection.
Steal Her Job is our brand new video series where we interview some of the coolest women in the country about the highs and lows of their careers as well as finding out how you can follow in their footsteps. The second episode stars the head of Blonstein Productions, Sara Blonstein. She gives us all the inside info on what it takes to turn a derelict space into a London Fashion Week show space along with how the fashion industry needs to change to support its young talent. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Every famous face on the London Fashion Week SS18 front row Anya Hindmarch's best London Fashion Week sets The best backstage moments from Fashion Week SS18
The stylist-turned-designer on his city switch-up, his exciting new partnership and Nicopanda's ultimate goal.
Steal Her Job is our brand new video series where we interview some of the coolest women in the country about the highs and lows of their careers as well as finding out how you can follow in their footsteps. First up is Benefit's head make-up artist and brow expert, Lisa Potter-Dixon. She gives us the lowdown on what make-up artists really earn, just how manic London Fashion Week is and what it really takes to beat the stiff competition in the beauty industry. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Dr Pimple Popper talks spot popping, viral fame and the pressures of YouTube Marguerite is the women-only club breaking barriers in the art world Meet Rain Dove: the firefighter turned model who embraces being genderless
British fashion designer Matthew Williamson talks prints, empowering women through style and what's next for him.
For Maddie Ziegler is the hauntingly brilliant young dancer who first drew our attention in the creepy yet captivating video for Sia’s Chandelier. Reaching well over a million views within the first 24 hours of its release, the video, which saw Maddie don a now iconic nude leotard and Girl Interrupted-esque wig, instantly catapulted the former star of reality TV show ‘Dance Moms’ to superstardom, and since then her fame has continued to rise. Not only has she appeared as the public face of reclusive singer-songwriter Sia in four more of her videos, she’s featured as a judge on the 2016 season of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, released a memoir The Maddie Diaries and appeared as the voice of Camille in the DVD release of the Ballerina. Little wonder, therefore, that Maddie is currently one of the most famous teenagers on the planet.
As she releases her new clothing range, acid attack survivor Katie Piper reveals how she used fashion to help rebuild her confidence and why she's encouraging other women to do the same.
Jourdan Dunn has earned a lot of firsts. In 2008, she became the first black model to walk for Prada in over a decade. She was also the first solo black face to land the cover of British Vogue in 12 years. And if that wasn’t enough, the modern day supermodel was the first black British name to make Forbes’ highest earning models list.
Known as one of the world’s first transgender models, Caroline Cossey has paved the way for the trans community. After travelling the world as a showgirl, Caroline embarked on a successful career as a model appearing in major fashion and pin-up magazines. In 1974, Caroline went through her final gender reassignment surgery.
Vibrant, articulate and incredibly intelligent, Allison Williams doesn’t disappoint. The 28-year-old actress, who rose to fame portraying Marnie Michaels in Lena Dunham’s witty comedy series ‘Girls’, is Yale-educated and the daughter of NBC news anchor Brian Williams and TV producer Jane Stoddard. Allison’s close to her family, happily married to internet entrepreneur Ricky Van Veen, co-founder of comedy website/brand CollegeHumor, and a self-confessed ‘dogmother’ that clearly dotes on her pooch, Moxie.
Giles Deacon is an interesting character in fashion. Starting his life in County Durham, the designer worked for the likes of Bottega Veneta and Tom Ford’s Gucci before launching his own label in 2004.
Mei Kawajiri is one name who has benefitted from our constant scrolling. It’s no surprise though for the Japanese creative is responsible for some of the fashion world’s most astounding nails. At Balenciaga’s AW17 menswear show, male models adorned logoed nails that riffed on – or ripped off – the campaign slogan of hopeful presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
Leomie Anderson is no ordinary model. Scouted while walking home from school, Leomie is loved by Jeremy Scott – having walked for Moschino multiple times – finally landing a dream job in the form of the Victoria’s Secret show last year. Worn by the likes of Jourdan Dunn (who Leomie describes as “one of [her] role models”), it sent a clear and strong message.
For any little girls who dream of being plucked from their normal, ordinary lives and catapulted into the ritzy world of fashion, Megan Williams is about to become your new lifespo. A 14-year-old Megan was minding her own business in McDonalds in her home town in Surrey when she was spotted by a model scout and told to get herself to an agency. Fast forward eight years and with seven campaigns for Guess under her belt, catwalks for designer giant’s Ralph Lauren, not to mention gracing the pages of glossies Elle, Glamour, Marie Claire and the swimwear edition of Sports Illustrated, the 5 foot 9.5” beauty is fast becoming fashion’s new sweetheart.
Quick-witted and with the funnest sense of style around, Baddie Winkle is one of those people you just can’t wait to meet. Deciding to post her exceedingly daring outfits on Instagram with the help of great-granddaughter Kennedy, plain Helen Van Winkle became Baddie Winkle: the rebellious grandma with 2.5 million followers and a whole host of celebrity admirers. Now the face of Missguided alongside other badass babes including Pamela Anderson and Amber Rose, Baddie flew to London to open the retailer’s first store in Westfield Stratford.
Savannah Miller is one busy woman. After graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2004, she worked with the likes of Alexander McQueen and Matthew Williamson before launching a fashion label with her sister – and well-known actress – Sienna. For six years, the pair worked on the Twenty8Twelve label until Savannah felt it was time to branch out alone.
It goes some way to explaining Jessica Alba’s colossal jump from simple Hollywood actress to serious businesswoman. The Honest Company, which Jessica started in 2011 after struggling to find toxin-free baby products, is now worth almost $2 billion. Selling everything from nappies to tampons with the odd beauty line thrown in, the company has earned the 35-year-old a spot on the cover of Forbes magazine and the title of fourth youngest woman on their list of the Richest Self-Made Women in America.