A royal tour calls for some excellent outfits and a lesson or two in diplomatic dressing from the Duchess of Cambridge.
On a visit to Berlin, Kate Middleton has quickly won over the German people, being dubbed the “Princess of Hearts” and drawing comparisons to Princess Diana.
Fashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world, yet our insatiable hunger for new product means overconsumption shows no signs of abating. Thankfully, brands big and small are working to tackle the environmental and human damage that fast fashion has and still is causing. One such brand is Stella McCartney, which is steadfastly committed to sustainability and has just released its latest campaign for AW17, shining a spotlight on the issues of waste and reckless consumption.
Robes are one of the oldest documented garments, worn everywhere from churches to courtrooms via boxing rings and the bedroom. However, over the past few seasons, items that have traditionally been reserved for the bedroom – like the slip dress and bralette – have made their way into our everyday wardrobes. ...
Singer, actor, heartthrob, and fashion inspiration: Harry Styles seems to have it all. The actor stepped out onto the red carpet at the Dunkirk movie premiere wearing a gorgeous double-breasted suit with some badass red kicks that definitely added a few inches to his nearly six-foot frame. "Harry Styles isn't Harry Styles if he doesn't wear fancy shoes, LOOK AT THEM," one fan tweeted.
One woman incorporated the dresses from eight relatives — including lace from her great-great-grandmother's 1860 gown — into her wedding gown and bridal party accessories.
Low-cost fashion chain Primark is urgently recalling thousands of pairs of men’s flip flops, concerned that they contain a chemical that could cause cancer. The chain, which is owned by Associated British Foods, is reportedly recalling three versions of the shoes in the Cedar Wood State range which were on sale until 2 June. Several media outlets reported that the black, blue and khaki-coloured versions of the flip flops are affected by the recall, on the basis that they might contain dangerous levels of a chemical called chrysene, which can cause cancer.