On Sunday Harper's mother Victoria Beckham unveiled her sleek and oh so chic AW19 collection to celebrities and the fashion set in the hallways of the Tate Britain. In classic Beckham style the former Spice Girl’s family, including husband David Beckham, came out to support her along with editor-in-chief of US Vogue, Anna Wintour. Beckham jokingly tried the look out for himself but said he "couldn't compete".
Beyoncé takes over the September issue of "Vogue" and opens up about the extreme challenges of her pregnancy with Sir and Rumi, how Jay-Z was a soldier by her side, and her hopes and dreams for all three of her kids.
The Met Gala has long been known as fashion’s biggest night. But this year, it’s fashion’s most controversial as well.On Monday evening, all of Hollywood’s biggest stars and fashion influencers took to the carpeted red stairs of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to celebrate the Costume Institute’s latest exhibit. This year, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination explores the intersection of the sartorial and sacred. In the exhibit curated by Andrew Bolton, pieces from the Vatican and design houses such as Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, and more will be on display. However, on the red carpet, a variety of celebs are wearing their own interpretation on the religious theme.Amal Clooney, Rihanna, and Donatella Versace are 2018’s co-hosts of the event alongside Anna Wintour. Other A-list attendees include Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Cardi B, and Ashley Graham.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The fashion industry’s biggest players can spend up to a year swotting up ahead of the annual Met Gala extravaganza.And now that May’s rolled around, we can only imagine the pressure that must come hand-in-hand with choosing the most Instagrammable, talking-point-of-a-look that must of course be in keeping with the theme.Hosted by Anna Wintour, the star-studded ceremony never fails to leave us awe-inspired and in celebration of next Tuesday’s event, we’re taking a look back at some of the most memorable looks to date.Behold, the ultimate Met Gala by numbers.From Gigi Hadid‘s £1,475 manicure to Beyoncé‘s impressive one-day turnaround, these are some of the figures to remember.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: These adorable kids perfectly recreated top Met Gala outfitsBest Met Gala looks: 37 incredible fashion moments in the ball’s historyFrom Jaden’s dreadlocks to Rihanna’s omelette dress, the Met Gala moments you’ll never forget
On Thursday, hundreds gathered in New York’s Grand Central Terminal to honor the late Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta, whom the U.S. Postal Service commemorated on a series of stamps. Hillary Clinton, Anna Wintour, Michael Bloomberg, and Anderson Cooper all took the stage to share heartfelt remembrances of de la Renta while simultaneously broadcasting messages of inclusion. Hillary Clinton attends the Oscar de la Renta Forever Stamp dedication ceremony at Grand Central Terminal on Feb. 16 in New York City.
As the US Presidential election draws ever closer (Nov 8th ICYMI), it seems everyone is having their say on who to back, including style bible, Vogue. In an unprecedented move, the fash mag has offered its unequivocal support to Hillary Clinton.
Alexandra Shulman, Victoria Beckham and Anna Wintour all attended [Photo: Darren Gerrish] The world’s two biggest fashion editors came together last night for the launch of Vogue’s mega-expensive centenary book, Vogue: Voice Of A Century. Costing a whopping £695, the book features interviews, images and illustrations from 100 of the magazine’s top contributors. Less than 2000 copies are available to buy with each one featuring signatures from Kate Moss, Grace Coddington and more. A book guaranteed to make a serious dent in your bank balance [Photo: Instagram/rosannafishbourne] Anna Wintour and Alexandra Shulman, the heads of US and British Vogue respectively, were pictured side-by-side at the 5 Hertford Street event, quashing rumours of their rivalry.
Oscars aside, the Met Gala is probably one of fashion’s biggest nights of the year. Held since 1946, the benefit raises money for the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. In 1972, the planning committee decided to add a little spice to the night by picking different a theme for the gala, inspired by the exhibit of that year. Themes have ranged from designers like Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent and Christian Dior to fashion eras like cubism, punk and rock ‘n’ roll. Click through the gallery above to see how the outfits have evolved between 1996, 2006 and 2016 and let us know your thoughts by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
Anna Wintour is famously outspoken when it comes to fashion, but her latest comments have seen her make headlines for all the wrong reasons. During an interview with Seth Myers she recalled Kanye West’s Season 3 show at Madison Square Garden in New York, revealing that she’d ended up in tears after getting lost at the venue.
Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers to chat about her experience at Kanye West’s massive fashion show/record release party back in February — which involved her sitting alone for a large amount of time while waiting for the Kardashians to arrive, before getting lost in the basement of Madison Square Garden and crying by herself.
In this exclusive look at the forthcoming documentary The First Monday in May, a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to stage the annual Met Gala and its accompanying show, Anna Wintour, Wendi Deng, and other board members are seen schmoozing with China’s elite ahead of the opening. “China: Through the Looking Glass I think is meant to be inevitably controversial,” curator Andrew Bolton said.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoof, head of events at Vogue until 2009 has even previously admitted to splitting the stitches from her caesarean section, after being drawn back into the frenzy of preparations too soon after having her baby.
As “Zoolander No. 2″ is probably the most fashionable film of the year (until “Absolutely Fabulous” comes along, anyway), it makes sense that the blockbuster’s release was accompanied by probably the most fashionable premiere. The cast gathered in New York City last night for the movie’s world premiere and, naturally, included a runway show in the night’s proceedings. Well, it is now New York Fashion Week. Kendall Jenner stopped by with her momager Kris Jenner, Anna Wintour and her daughter Bea Shaffer made an appearance and even Jennifer Aniston rubbed shoulders on the purple carpet catwalk with the cast of the hit film. But Gigi Hadid was the big surprise. The 20-year-old model took to the runway, rocking her very own version of the blue steel look.
Actress Kristen Stewart is the latest star to bare all for Mario Testino’s latest photo series. The iconic British photographer has been snapping a number of celebs for his ongoing provocative “Towel Series”, which you’ve no doubt guessed features a number of famous faces covering their modesty with white towels.
Taylor Swift missed the 2015 Met Gala, but stunned in a dreamy Oscar de la Renta number at the 2014 edition of the event. The Met Gala is THE biggest event in the fashion industry’s calendar, with the world’s most famous faces donning wow-factor gowns to shimmy down the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art at.
Katy Perry was on theme in 2010 wearing a CuteCircuit gown lined with LEDs. Photo: Getty Images Fashion and technology have come a long way in the past few years. There’s Google Glass, solar panel-embellished clothes to charge electronics, rings that vibrate upon receiving a text message, and bracelets that track nearly everything happening in the human body. All of this — and so much more — will most likely be on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art come May 2016 when the Costume Institute opens “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.”
Vitalii Sediuk targeted Anna Wintour at the Chanel show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2016 on October 6, 2015 in Paris, France. Photo: Turns out that notorious ice queen Anna Wintour is even cool under pressure. When exiting Chanel’s airport-themed extravaganza at the Grand Palais on Tuesday, the editor-in-chief was met by prankster Vitalli Sediuk. The Ukranian journalist attempted to get the Vogue leader’s attention by jumping over a security barricade and shoving a microphone in her face. Sediuk, wearing color blocked pants with black mesh wrapped around his head and one gold glove, channeling Michael Jackson, also pointed a finger in Wintour’s face.
Kanye West’s show was nothing new - but featured an all-star audience. Naturally, his family was there to support him – Kim Kardashian was sat on the FROW, cosying up to Anna Wintour while she simultaneously bounced North on her knee.
Serena Williams wearing a fringed skirt during her HSN fashion show. Photo: Getty I was hesitant to go to Serena Williams’s fashion show for HSN, aka the Home Shopping Network. A runway presentation… for clothes designed by a professional athlete, sold on TV? It just didn’t seem… New York Fashion Week-legit.