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.
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.
Victoria Beckham has created a fashion empire through her eponymous label. Having celebrated its 10-year anniversary last year, the former Spice Girl now has set her sights on a new venture: beauty. "I am very excited to announce that I am about to launch Victoria Beckham beauty," Beckham revealed in a video on her Instagram.
In 2019 it looks like fur is finally on its way out of the fashion industry. Burberry, Gucci, Versace and Coach are just some of the major brands to take a stand against animal cruelty in recent years by banning the use of such items in their collections, opting for faux alternatives instead. Retailers are taking action too, with FarFetch having recently announced its pledge to be entirely fur-free as of December 2019.
The top of a skyscraper with panoramic views of Manhattan’s iconic skyline was a fitting setting for one of New York’s foremost purveyors of affluent Downtown cool, Proenza Schouler, to stage its latest show. What appeared on the catwalk was no less cosmopolitan as its designers, Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough, presented a capsule wardrobe fit for modern working women from Manhattan to Mayfair. Following a brief hiatus from the New York Fashion Week schedule, which saw Proenza Schouler return to home soil after a year on the Paris calendar last season, the label has been intent on reaffirming its foundations.
It’s hard to believe, but Jennifer Aniston turns 50 today. The ‘Friends’ star became a global style sensation during the popular sitcom’s run and even sparked one of the biggest hair trends of the 90s: ‘The Rachel’ cut. Since ‘Friends’, Aniston’s taken to hundreds of red carpets, debuting her classic, sartorial prowess on a regular basis. The actress’ fashion formula is well-established. She’s always had a penchant for black dresses, which she’s worn on repeat, in various styles, over the years. There’s also the odd pop of red peppered with a couple of subtle, pastel shades. Some might call the star’s wardrobe unexciting, but there’s something to be said for simple, sleek style that stands the test of time and isn’t dictated by current trends. In celebration of the actress’ big day, we chart Jennifer Aniston’s greatest fashion hits to date – from a plunging Versace number, worn at the Vanity Fair Oscar party in LA in 2017 to a metallic mini worn to an awards event in 2009.
The singer skipped the Grammys this year, but that didn't keep her from rocking a custom gown meant for the occasion.
The BAFTAs 2019 was one star-studded affair, with Hollywood heavyweights mingling with Britain's finest silver screen stars.