Fashion

  • StyleThe Telegraph

    ‘Beyoncé is obsessive about everything’: what it’s like to dress the world’s most famous women

    Four days out from a London Fashion Week show, most designers would have given up on sleep long ago, working all hours and surviving on a diet of black coffee and Haribos.

    7-min read
  • StyleThe Telegraph

    Forget quiet luxury, Giorgio Armani declares that high glamour is back

    As red-carpet season heated up to fever pitch, Cate Blanchett was front row at the Armani show. She was probably shopping for an Oscars gown. If she was after voluminous froufrou, she won’t have been disappointed. Giorgio Armani delivered nighttime glamour and, indeed, yards of black tulle spangled with sequins, a sweetheart strapless bodice and jewelled belt.

    4-min read
  • StyleThe Telegraph

    Why dressing like a public school boy is on trend

    You’ll no doubt have watched Emerald Fennell’s clash of the classes Saltburn. Silly, twisty and deadly serious at times; the film skewers the indolence of the English elite, it places a microscope on those who covet their privilege, and the wardrobe is a celebration of a certain boarding-schoolboy-at-home-for-the-weekend aesthetic which thrived in the early- to mid-Noughties.

    7-min read
  • NewsThe Telegraph

    Her jewellery shop was destroyed in the Beirut explosion – now this designer is relocating to London

    The Lebanese jeweller Nada Ghazal can’t hear the doorbell ringing at her London townhouse despite it being loud and clear. When she realises, and after opening the door to her visitor, she excuses herself for a moment then returns with a fresh battery in her hearing aid – one you’d never know existed under her enviably chic chin-length black bob. Physically, she is a mix of Audrey Hepburn and Béatrice Dalle’s Betty Blue, with a soft, lightly accented voice and a demureness that makes other women

    7-min read
  • StyleThe Telegraph

    Mob wife chic rules at the Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan

    Even in Italy, where you might assume there would be certain sensitivities around the subject, the mob wife aesthetic popularised in Griselda, the Netflix hit, and currently taking TikTok by the throat, stalks the streets. It may not get very far – those heels are not compatible with the many grills and cobbles in this city – but it leaves a lasting impression.

    4-min read
  • StyleThe Telegraph

    I worked at Vogue in my 20s, but it’s only in my 40s that I’ve truly found my style – here’s how

    I am genuinely now excited to be in my 40s – I know myself a little better. I’m tired, yes; just this morning I was giving my son Calpol – the nectar of childhood – at 3am. I’m also distracted in ways that mean I am bad at keeping up with old friends who I miss and never really see, because “life gets in the way.” I’m distracted by school emails, worrying about my parents, filing accounts, replying to WhatsApp messages, trying to get to yoga… missing yoga.

    8-min read
  • StyleThe Telegraph

    The new-gen checks and how to wear them

    Newsflash, checks are in. Were they ever out? Well, no – but they’ve had a bit of a makeover that’s shaken them out of their traditional rut.

    2-min read