Australian model Stevie Alger was ‘slut-shamed’ in an Instagram direct message because she didn’t like the photo a swimwear label planned to use for their latest campaign. Stevie, 19, was paid to model for Queensland bikini brand Aquadiva, but voiced concern when the boss lady Allison Appleby told her a specific picture would run on a poster at the label’s pop-up store. Stevie was unsure about the image and told Allison via message that she felt “self conscious” because her boyfriend and all of her friends would be at the event.
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More than 150 models were allegedly left to wait in a stairwell with no lights for three hours by casting agents for Balenciaga
Emma Watson is a lot of things: actress, model, feminist and activist. The 26-year-old has succeeded in surprising everyone with a topless shoot for Vanity Fair. Emma’s modesty is protected by a white, caged cape from Burberry (fresh from the brand’s recent London Fashion Week show collection), paired with an Elizabethan inspired ruff.
On Tuesday evening, President Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress — and first lady Melania Trump marked the occasion with a sequined black power suit, complete with a wide waist-defining black belt. From Michael Kors’s Spring 2017 collection, the Floral-Embroidered Stretch Pebble-Crepe Dinner Jacket retails for$4,995 (approximately £4,000). “A black-tie suit, shaped, slit and exquisitely embellished — sexy this season is sly,” Kors said of the piece. ...
Every season of Fashion Week, there are some seriously strange looks debuted on the catwalk. In the past, face masks, belted bras, guns, and even duvets have been modelled on the runway – so it takes a lot to surprise us now. Yet, we continue to be shocked. Above, all the, erm, ‘what were they thinking’ moments from this season of London Fashion Week.
London Fashion Week AW17 is here – and all the weird, wacky and wonderful catwalk trends that come with it. Not to mention all the celebrity front row appearances.
Danielle Bregoli has appeared on Dr. Phil. Danielle Bregoli, the troubled 13-year-old girl who rose to fame through her appearances on Dr. Phil, is using her newfound celebrity status to make a profit. The black hoodies, which have a strikingly similar design to the Vetements Champion logo-style hoodies, retail for £50 and read “Cashmeousside” across the front.
The new issue of Vogue is sparking controversy about the magazine’s so-called diversity problem and alleged airbrushing tactics. The March issue of Vogue (on newsstands February 21) is devoted to differences in beauty — what the magazine calls “The Great Beauty Shakeup” — and features models of varying ethnicities lined up on a Malibu beach. Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah, and Vittoria Ceretti. ...
David Beckham may currently be the subject of serious controversy, thanks to a series of leaked emails revealing his outrage at not receiving a knighthood, but Victoria Beckham’s had to put her fashion line before her family due to her fast-approaching NYFW show. Victoria was spotted out and about in the city in two eye-catching ensembles yesterday, flaunting her impeccable sartorial prowess. Victoria debuted a similar look at the International Woolmark Prize Show in Paris a couple of weeks ago, pairing two contrasting colours to create a statement look.
On Friday evening, President Trump signed an executive order to temporarily bar the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States and immediately halt to the U.S. refugee program for four months — with Syrian refugees barred indefinitely. By Saturday, protests had erupted at international airports across the nation, calling for the release of people being detained because of the executive order. Amid the chaos and unrest, Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, a senior White House adviser, were getting ready for a night out on the town in black tie apparel.
Alexandra Shulman, OBE, is set to leave British Vogue after 25 years in June. The iconic editor-in-chief has not yet revealed her next career move, but after quarter of a century at the helm of the fashion bible, we hazard a guess she’s got a bright future ahead of her. The Drum reports that Shulman simply wants to “experience a different life” and looks “forward to a future separate to Vogue”.