Catherine Zeta-Jones, 50, and her daughter Carys Douglas, 16, are the latest duo to star in a Fendi campaign.
The 49-year-old Welsh actress has clearly passed down her stellar genes to her teenage daughter.
Celebrities from the fashion world and beyond turned out in their droves at Milan Fashion Week to pay their respects to the late Karl Lagerfeld at the Fendi fashion show. Lagerfeld first started working with the Italian fashion label in 1965. Stars including entrepreneur Olivia Palermo and model Olivia Culpo attended the Fendi autumn/winter 2019 catwalk, while models Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber took part in the show.
Calling all Netflix fanatics, how many famous faces did you recognise on the Fendi front row?
Anyone arguing that Kaia Gerber isn’t her model mom Cindy Crawford ’s “mini-me,” should see their high school photos. Crawford on the right) and their resemblance is flat-out undeniable. “School pics, now and then,” Crawford write on the Tuesday post with more than 200,000 likes.
Melania Trump made a sparkly entrance to a state dinner in South Korea wearing a black and blue sheer sequined gown by J. Mendel.
Top models Gigi and Bella Hadid, who were the first pair of sisters to walk together in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, have teamed up once again for Moschino‘s spring 2017 ad campaign, which was shot by legendary fashion photographer Steven Meisel. Gigi, who is 21, and 20-year-old Bella are known for their bold, on-trend street style, often wearing ensembles aligning with the ostentatious aesthetic of pieces designed by Jeremy Scott, the creative director of Moschino.
To celebrate 90 years of Fendi, Karl Lagerfeld brought editors to Rome in a private jet, shut down Trevi fountain, and erected a glass bridge for models to walk on
Oh, to be 18 years old and wealthier than almost every human on planet Earth. Walking lips Kylie Jenner appears to have added a new puppy to her dog family, according to her Snapchat. The video — originally posted to Jenner’s Snapchat — shows the tiny puppy chewing happily on what appears to be a $400 Fendi pompom bag charm.
The time has come again, fashion people! New York Fashion Week is upon us and if you’re like us, attending the Alexander Wang show or (not) catching a glimpse of a Kardashian is certainly interesting, but pales in comparison to what people will actually be wearing. Hold onto your last-season Mansur Gavriel bucket bag, for I am unleashing my predictions of what I think the fash-pack will be wearing this month. What will be the new Gucci fur slide? How can one recycle that floral Vetements dress you spent so much on? (And let’s be honest, the whole month might as well be dedicated to spotting the Vetements and Gucci looks.) How many bloggers (or influencers as they’re now known) are going to be wearing slip dresses in winter? (You’d be surprised.) The possibilities are endless, so let’s predict what the hot ticket items will be, and who will catch the eye of street style photographers. At the end of fashion month, let’s see if we got it right or wrong! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Photo: Scientists hate him! Karl Lagerfeld, the man behind Chanel, Fendi, and his own namesake line, seems to show no sign of slowing down, despite him being 82-ish years old. Prior to showing Chanel’s airport-themed spring 2016 collection in Paris, the senior designer—who says his contracts with both Fendi and Chanel are “for life"—spoke with Vogue UK editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman about the fact that he “[doesn’t] feel tired at all.” According to Lagerfeld, it’s not just the fashion industry that’s amazed by his endurance, but the medical community, as well. He tells Shulman that he was once approached to undergo DNA testing, in an attempt to explain his unwavering energy and functionality, when so many octogenarians are keen to revel in their retirement. But his answer was a firm “Nein.” “I was asked by somebody to do this, because they think I’m not normal,” he says.