Fashion brand, SSENSE, launched the high-leg shorts on Instagram with the caption 'two words: denim panties', sparking a social media outcry
Less than an hour after news broke of the death of fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld on Tuesday, animal rights organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) released a statement that left some people shocked and disgusted. Karl Lagerfeld defended his right to use furs and exotic animal skins in his designs despite PETA’s repeated protests. “Karl Lagerfeld has gone, and his passing marks the end of an era when fur and exotic skins were seen as covetable.
The frantic buzz of fashion month has quietened, as the industry mourns the loss of Karl Lagerfeld.Dubbed one of the world’s most prolific designers, the 85-year-old revolutionised the face of fashion over the course of his seven decade-long career. After stints at Jean Patou and Chloé, Lagerfeld finally found his footing at Chanel – undoubtedly his most famous move.Having presided over the French fashion house for more than 30 years (with as many as eight collections a year), he saved the company from financial ruin courtesy of his now-famous rebrand of the interlocking CC logo.Further demonstrating his sartorial know-how and starry connections, the designer is also widely hailed for his five-decade reign at Fendi where he joined as head of womenswear and furs back in 1965.From his very first freelance job to the designer’s most famous star-studded runways, we take a look back at Karl Lagerfeld’s illustrious career in pictures.
After hyping his line of unisex hoodies, shirts and pants, Justin Bieber officially makes his debut as a fashion designer — with mixed results.
The shoes are described as featuring "crumply hold-it-all-together tape details" with a "grungy rubber cupsole".
The supersized puffer jacket has been likened to everything from the Michelin Man to an Ikea bedspread.
Ever since Ivanka Trump took on an official White House role as assistant to the president, her fashion brand, which she launched in 2007, has been under attack. The controversies may end soon, because the business is being closed.
June is finally here, which by our standards, means SUMMER.Hooray!And with the hottest season in the British calendar comes plenty more outdoor activities to dress for, from pub garden sessions to festivals and lounging days in the park.This means you have a perfectly valid excuse to buy yourself a new piece *cough, wardrobe full* of clothing.Luckily for you, we’ve been keeping tabs on the most covetable fashion drops of the month, from do-all black sandals to the designer-looking high street dress that everyone will be after. We’ve also scouted some glorious sunnies to keep you protected (thanks Zara), some perfectly chic beachwear (courtesy of & Other Stories) and the piece of jewellery you’ll take with you right through to winter.Happy shopping…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:Trouser suits: The fail-safe fashion trend female celebrities can’t get enough ofThe UK’s most-hated item of clothing has been revealed and TBH, we get itThis high fashion ‘T-Shirt Shirt’ is confusing the masses
The CFDA awards, which always take place in June, have had their share of memorable moments. Like the time in 2014 that Rihanna had a party in front, and the back, in see-through Adam Selman. Or that 2012 moment when Seth Meyers wore Marc Jacobs’s Met ball number: white boxers underneath a lacy shirtdress by Commes des Garçons. But fashion is all about moving forward, so without further ado, here’s what the stars donned to this year’s dinner.Read more from Yahoo Beauty + Style:Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.