From Harry Styles' moment on stage to Bella Hadid, Karlie Kloss and Alessandra Ambrosio on the runway, the top moments from the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2017.
Question: What's more luxurious than lounging around in a pristine, fluffy white robe? Answer: rocking said fluffy white robe on the red carpet - paired with major heels and bling, naturally. Chic pyjama sets and lingerie-inspired looks have officially transcended the boudoir in recent years but this season took the concept of 'fashion robe' to a whole new level. Korean pop sensation CL recently accompanied the indie design collective Vaquero to the CFDa Awards wearing a tongue-in-cheek terrycloth gown fresh off their Spring '18 runway.
It’s fair to say that the dress Queen Elizabeth II wore for her wedding to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten, 70 years ago today, is truly iconic. With its scalloped hem, intricate embroidery and 13ft train, it remains as breathtaking today as it did on its debut in front of 2,000 guests in Westminster Abbey on 20 November 1947. Just as timeless and impactful as you would expect a real life princess’ bridal gown to be. It was a labour of love. Designed by royal couturier Sir Norman Hartnell, the ivory dress took Hartnell and his team of 350 seamstresses weeks to create. The finished design was made from Chinese silk, boasted a heart-shaped neckline, fitted bodice and a whole load of pearls. Around 10,000 to be exact. Glittering crystals, embroidered roses and a star-patterned train also featured – the latter a rather modern feature for a bride in the 40s. The train is said to have been inspired by Bottielli’s painting of Primavera from 1482 and covered in delicate floral designs. According to the Royal Collection Trust , it was meant to symbolise “rebirth and growth” in Britain after the war. But the team was rewarded. The seamstresses were given a prime spot outside Buckingham Palace on the day of the wedding, so they could see their handiwork worn by the woman it was created for. Despite the then-princess’ royal status, the material had to be purchased with ration vouchers like all other British brides in the post-war days. Engaged women were provided with 200 clothing coupons for their dress. Women across the UK sent their ration vouchers to the royal bride-to-be to ensure she would have the dress of her dreams. However, it was illegal to give coupons away and the kind donations had to be returned. Her Majesty, aged 21 at the time, paired the dress with ivory high-heeled, sandal-style shoes designed by Edward Rayne, whose footwear designs were also favourited by Hollywood legends Vivien Leigh and Elizabeth Taylor. Scroll to see all the photos. 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: Famous and iconic celebrity wedding dresses Wedding anniversary themes for each year – and what to buy Pippa Middleton’s wedding: What every celebrity guest wore
With Tracee Ellis Ross as the host of the 2017 American Music Awards, the fashion’s inevitably incredible. For her first outfit of the night, the Blackish actress walked the red carpet in a burgundy sequin gown with a back cutout. Her mother, singer Diana Ross, on hand to lend support — in addition to most of the extended Ross family, including Ashlee Simpson Ross in a colorful long-sleeve number — made it clear where her daughter got her sense of style from. The singer made a statement by wearing a strapless black dress that she paired with a tulle headpiece. But the Rosses weren’t the only ones making major sartorial statements. Kelly Clarkson looked regal in a black velvet gown with gold details; Selena Gomez showed off new blonde hair; Jessie James Decker flaunted her baby bump in a tight blush-colored dress; and more. Click through above for every look from the AMAs red carpet. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Selena Gomez looks completely unrecognizable thanks to a new edgy hairstyle • The anti-Victoria’s Secret runway show proves all women can be angels • Gabby Douglas tells Aly Raisman ‘it is our responsibility as women to dress modestly and be classy’ Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Stars took to Instagram and Twitter to pay homage to the “king of cling,” who died Saturday at age 82 in Paris.
Somewhere out there, there is a proactive young man adding 'bury me in my Yeezys' to his funeral arrangements. Goodness only knows how many revisions he'll go through before he actually kicks the bucket wearing self-lacing Nike hover boards, but for the present, we're fairly certain these are the footwear trends that will define our time. Ahead, see the year in 21 of the most-wanted kinds of shoes. From ELLE U