The frantic buzz of fashion month has quietened, as the industry mourns the loss of Karl Lagerfeld.Dubbed one of the world’s most prolific designers, the 85-year-old revolutionised the face of fashion over the course of his seven decade-long career. After stints at Jean Patou and Chloé, Lagerfeld finally found his footing at Chanel – undoubtedly his most famous move.Having presided over the French fashion house for more than 30 years (with as many as eight collections a year), he saved the company from financial ruin courtesy of his now-famous rebrand of the interlocking CC logo.Further demonstrating his sartorial know-how and starry connections, the designer is also widely hailed for his five-decade reign at Fendi where he joined as head of womenswear and furs back in 1965.From his very first freelance job to the designer’s most famous star-studded runways, we take a look back at Karl Lagerfeld’s illustrious career in pictures.
Fashion month never fails to please Hollywood fanatics, as brands battle it out to have the industry’s starriest names sitting pretty on the front row.But this season we’ve been keeping an eye on the runway too, as a handful of A-listers have turned the catwalk into a rather fashionable side hustle.Over at New York Fashion Week, nineties super Christy Turlington, 50, made an unanticipated comeback at Marc Jacobs in a camera-ready feather dress.The headline-worthy moment came after the model famously quit the industry back in 1994 aged just 25.In a similar move, ‘Game of Thrones’ actress Gwendoline Christie stole the spotlight at Tomo Koizumi’s debut show rubbing shoulders with runway regulars Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski.Across the pond, fellow A-lister Chloë Sevigny proved she’s just as comfortable on the catwalk as she is the silver screen after walking in close friend Simone Rocha’s AW19 show.Although the actress is no stranger to the modelling industry, as Miu Miu and Dolce and Gabbana appear on her catwalk CV.From Rose McGowan leading activists at Vivienne Westwood to ‘Orange is the New Black’ star Laverne Cox’s runway debut, look no further for all the celebrity catwalk highlights this season.
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Anyone who assumes fashion is a stern-faced (no smiles allowed) industry should think again.London Fashion Week is a chance for designers to finally bring their creative visions (and quite often bewildering dreams) to the runway. Thankfully, the SS19 shows have not disappointed.Over at Matty Bovan, models took to the runway with precaution thanks to towering headpieces balanced upon their heads. Some posed for camera flashes with what appeared to be the remnants of the dishwasher sink forged into a hat while others showcased feather dusters and faux banknotes.Pam Hogg also proves a talking point come fashion month and this season, models decked in frothed-up tulle masks and fuzzy legwarmers took to the runway.But it’s not over yet, as the action unfolds in the capital keep up to date with the wackiest catwalk looks as they happen right here.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: This is how to wear your jumper this season according to the LFW runway Celebrities at Fashion Week 2018 These are the London Fashion Week street style stars we’ll be copying this season
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Following the lead of inclusive runway shows in the New York area, Italian blogger Laura Brioschi kick-started a body positive catwalk during Milan Fashion Week.
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London Fashion Week is knock for its bold, sometimes wacky designs — but there’s also a number of designers who bring their most beautiful and ethereal gowns to the runway.From Temperley London’s dreamy dresses to Ralph & Russo’s first ready-to-wear collection to Molly Goddard’s sequined frock, check out the gallery above to see the prettiest looks from London Fashion Week.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:Is Bora Aksu the next big label to come out of LFW?How London Fashion Week is luring the biggest names in the gameShrimps SS18 had gardening, glitter lips and luminous faux fur
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