The British designer, who's on the London Fashion Week Men's schedule, is big into sustainability. We took a look around his showroom and spoke to him about how he sticks to sustainability - and why it's so important.
One of the most iconic accessory trends of all time - the bum bag - is back. But this time it's the boys working the fashion.
From the madness of Charles Jeffrey's first standalone show to Tinie Tempah's 'What We Wear' new season debut, here's everything that happened on the second day of LFWM SS18. [Video: British Fashion Council]
When Burberry revealed a strategy shift in September 2016 to showcase a collection at London Fashion Week that customers could instantly shop, it’s safe to say the fashion world was dubious. For decades, Fashion Weeks globally had unveiled collections that weren’t available to buy for months to come (so print journalists and buyers would be able to plan their issues well in advance) and going against the grain by dropping the traditional fashion calendar was always going to be a risk. While long-standing and very traditional in some respects, the British fashion house is known for being innovative – and in an age where we shop from our phones and crave immediacy, innovation pays off.
From established designers such as Vivienne Westwood and Oliver Spencer, to up-and-coming ones like Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY and Liam Hodges, there are a lot of great names on the London Fashion Week Men's June 2017 show schedule.
Fashion and politics have always had a rather tumultuous relationship. Think back to a few years ago when Karl Lagerfeld co-opted feminism, creating a women-only protest on Chanel’s SS15 runway that was slammed for its superficiality. Since Donald Trump’s election, designers in all four fashion capitals have jumped on the political bandwagon.
Guests were greeted with a giant Chanel-branded space shuttle that took over the Grand Palais (and lifted off at the finale), giving a major clue as to the collection’s theme. Images showing space blanket puffa coats and futuristic-printed dresses were also laid out on seats pre-show.
Due to recent events, this season of Fashion Week has been filled with messages of inclusivity, from politics to body image.
Models walk the runway at the Fenty X Puma by Rihanna Autumn Winter 2017 fashion show during Paris Fashion Week on March 6, 2017 in Paris, France. “I’m going to get in trouble,” whispered Cara Delevingne to Nick Jonas.
At Stella McCartney’s fashion show, the famously vegan designer sent 35 models down the catwalk in plaids, checks, and cruelty-free knitwear. There were also horse prints taken from George Stubbs, the famous 18th century British painter. The design details gave way McCartney’s finale, an a capella concert for guests like Salma Hayek and Pamela Anderson.
Nicki Minaj was certainly the centre of attention at the Haider Ackermann Paris Fashion Week show on Saturday. The ‘Anaconda’ rapper opted to rock up to the event with one boob hanging out, in half a Mugler jacket and a metallic Agent Provocateaur pastie covering her nipple. The look immediately drew comparisons to Lil’ Kim’s iconic 1999 MTV Video Music Award outfit, which controversially boasted virtually an identical, and exposing, design. We all know imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, however Lil’ Kim was reportedly not happy about Nicki stealing her look.
Bella Hadid is walking the runway during Paris Fashion Week for some of the biggest designers in the world. And, as is tradition, the 20-year-old model seems to be turning the city into her own personal catwalk, debuting some questionable looks as she makes around the City of Lights. It’s been a tough go for the newly single model. Her recent breakup with Canadian musician, The Weeknd, has made headlines after the “Starboy” singer quickly and very publicly, moved on with pop star, Selena Gomez. Although we don’t feel too bad for the famous model and a member of the most genetically gifted family in the world, could this be an over-correction to her newly single status? Is this the supermodel equivalent of getting a new hair-cut post break-up and hitting the gym? Whatever is going on, one thing’s for sure: Bella wants all of the attention, and she will wear literally anything to get it. Click through the slideshow to see what she’s been wearing in Paris, and let us know what you think by tweeting @ YahooStyleCA .