Alexa Chung, Victoria Beckham, Donatella Versace and Diane Kruger are among those who have paid tribute to the legendary designer.
In previous years, celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Elle Fanning and Kylie Jenner have graced the catwalks of some of the industry’s biggest designers, and for autumn/winter 2019, even more stars were subbed in for models. At New York Fashion Week, we saw actors including Gwendoline Christie from Game of Thrones, Laverne Cox from Orange is the New Black, and Greta Lee from Netflix’s Russian Doll make an appearance on the runway. Elsewhere, supermodel Christy Turlington made a surprise appearance at Marc Jacobs, closing the show in a voluminous black taffeta gown.
Since 2015, Molly Goddard has been the fashion world’s best kept secret. Unless you frequent the shows, devour the pages of style monthlies or scroll through Net-a-Porter on a daily basis (who, me?), you likely haven’t been familiar with the brand. Despite her roaring catwalk success, the London designer and her capacious fluoro tulle has remained largely an industry obsession.
Frankincense isn’t particularly known as a skincare ingredient, but it boasts a wealth of benefits. One or more of the naturally-derived oils are found in countless skincare products. Often touted as the king of essential oils, frankincense is something of a secret skincare hero in the beauty world.
Many fans of the online shop have been left baffled by a new pair of trousers on the website – which are completely see-through. One Twitter user took to the social media platform to share her confusion over the fashion item. “I love ASOS but why on earth would you wear that?” they wrote.