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.
From Zayn Malik to Julianne Moore, the big name celebrities spotted at New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Week AW18.
Dion Lee’s NYFW 2018 show only used four words to describe the line in its notes: lingerie, military, sensuality, utility. Here's why.
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 game Shrimps SS18 had gardening, glitter lips and luminous faux fur
When you combine an up-and-coming model with an up-and-coming designer, you get runway magic.
Meet the designer, plus-size model and bomb survivor who are hoping to change the face of fashion forever.
There’s a widespread perception that models have naturally flawless skin, but one model is on a mission to debunk that image of perfection by embracing her skin, acne and all — and she’s encouraging others who struggle with skin blemishes to do the same. When Starlie Smith, or “Queen Starlie” as her Instagram fans know her, strutted the catwalk at the Dolce & Gabbana show during Milan Fashion Week last month, it wasn’t her perfectly-coiffed raven tresses that had the Internet talking. “Here’s some acne positivity,” one person commented in a Reddit thread, alongside a runway photo of Starlie where she displays less than flawless skin.
Designer Jeremy Scott’s latest collection for Moschino at Milan Fashion Week featured a purse that literally looks like a roll of toilet paper on a chain. Although it may not be our first choice for our everyday wardrobe, it certainly had audiences talking –and scratching their heads. Is it quilted? Is it two-ply? Is it fashion? The TP purse was just one of the many pieces in the Fall/Winter 2017/18 collection that took inspiration from household items and well…garbage. Like a hoarder’s paradise, there were garbage can hats, dresses that resembled plastic bags, and a bag that’s probably the mate to the sock you lost in the dryer. Scott’s tongue-in-cheek approach to fashion and accessories has quickly become his trademark, attracting colourful celebrity fans like Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus. While some of his designs have proved to be controversial — they’re certainly one-of-a-kind. The toilet paper bag inspired us to revisit some of the craziest Moschino handbags that have ever graced the runway. Let us know what you think by tweeting @ YahooStyleCA .
This past week, models hit the runways in Paris for Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2017. Powerhouse brands like Chanel, Dior, Vetements, and Giorgio Armani all debuted their collections, and once again, the style and beauty looks did not disappoint. But couture has never been known for drawing inside the lines, and this season was no exception. While it’s hard to narrow down the most out-there style and beauty looks, we gave it our best shot. Take a look.
Victoria Beckham and Melanie Chisholm may not be joining the rest of their Spice Girls groupmates on their 20th anniversary “GEM” reunion tour next year (sob), but that doesn’t mean the twosome isn’t still supporting each other.
A model wears a bubble-hem dress at J.W. Anderson s/s 2017. London Fashion Week may be the shortest “week” of fashion month, but it’s consistently one of the most exciting — and that’s in part because it’s during LFW that Jonathan Anderson, aka J.W. Anderson, shows his collections. At just 32, Anderson is one of the youngest designers to show during fashion month — so his references this season were on point for someone who came of age during that era of trends.
New York Fashion Week is in full swing with the likes of Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta and Jeremy Scott parading down the runway. We share the best looks from Day 5.
We’re halfway through New York Fashion Week and the big names keep on coming, with the likes of the showstopping Victoria Beckham, Hood by Air and Altuzarra. Dora Fung, our Style Market Director, and Dana Oliver, our Beauty Director, have teamed up to share the best looks from each day. Here are their picks from Day 4. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
The shows are kicking into high gear with names like Tommy Hilfiger, Jason Wu and Monse taking off on the runway. Dora Fung, our Style Market Director, and Dana Oliver, our Beauty Director, have teamed up to share the best looks from each day. Here are their picks from Day 2. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
Kanye West’s New York Fashion Week show was always going to be unique - and as usual, he’s caused plenty of controversy in its run up. This year, Kanye staged his show on Roosevelt Island in the East River, and kicked off with an unconventional start at 4:49pm instead of the scheduled 3pm slot. Choreographed by Italian artist Vanessa Beecroft, the piece consisted of models in underwear assembled into rows along a huge runway.
People are talking about Misha Collection’s spring runway show — not for the clothes but because a cast of all-while models strutted to a "fiery black power anthem."
High fashion meets activewear. It’s becoming more visible on the runways and in the streets as it’s effortless and comfy but still cute. From pairing a jersey with high heels to matching a t-shirt dress with Nikes, styling activewear is limitless. We created some (reasonably priced) outfits for inspiration:
One of the benefits of attending the Academy Awards as an A-lister is getting the chance to wear the latest designer threads right off the runway — and with fashion month in full swing, the ladies at the 2016 Oscars had plenty of beautiful pieces from which to choose. Click through to see out how the hottest gowns from the 2016 Oscars looked on the catwalk versus the red carpet. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.