If you don’t know the Hadid family name, where have you been for the past couple of years? Gigi, Bella and Anwar Hadid are three model names to know, making up the fashion industry’s current It family. But it’s Gigi that kickstarted it all. After kickstarting her modelling career at the tender age of two, the now 22-year-old moved to the catwalks, finding firm fans in the likes of Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld and Donatella Versace. Tommy Hilfiger liked the Californian so much that he asked her to collaborate with him on collection after collection, resulting in three sell-out ranges and counting. Gigi has wangled her way to the top, earning the Model of the Year trophy at the 2016 Fashion Awards. With a nomination for the same award this year, will she win once again? Or will her younger sister, Bella, pip her to the post? Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Fashion Awards 2017 nominees: Kaia Gerber, Rihanna and both Hadid sisters up for awards Molly Goddard: the British designer Rihanna can't get enough of Craig Green: the menswear designer in Rihanna and Alien's good books
Molly Goddard's reputation just keeps on growing. After taking home the accolade for Emerging Designer at the 2016 Fashion Awards, the British designer has held two incredibly successful London Fashion Week shows, the latter starring top models Edie Campbell and Erin O'Connor, and seen her designs worn by global superstar Rihanna.
The fourth - and final - day of London Fashion Week Men's was a glorious affair. Super cool British label Craig Green kick-started the day with a catwalk show at the British Fashion Council show space, followed by designer Bobby Abley, who sent Teletubbies down the runway. Well-known labels Ben Sherman and Belstaff also previewed their new season collections, but it was Vivienne Westwood's politically-charged circus that hit headlines. The 76-year-old designer rode down her catwalk on the shoulders of an acrobat, amid a wonderful assortment of dancers, models and contortionists. [Video: British Fashion Council]
Emerging talent Alex Mullins held his SS18 show on day three of London Fashion Week Men's, as did cool kids Astrid Anderson and Richard James. David Beckham was present at the unveiling of the new Kent & Curwen collection, and supported by wife Victoria and son Romeo. But it was former NEWGEN designer Christopher Raeburn who held the most talked-about show of the day - largely thanks to the star-studded FROW. [Video: British Fashion Council]
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.
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]
From a bear on the catwalk at the Liam Hodges show, to 'Poldark' star Aidan Turner on the front row at Oliver Spencer, here's everything that happened on the first day of LFWM SS18. [Video: British Fashion Council]