Plus, what fashion can learn from Elizabeth Warren.
For the first time, a single designer took home the night's two top honors.
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For Fall/Winter, Margaret Howell took us to wartime Britain of the 1940s. This season, she moved forward a decade, with a breezy, relaxed collection, one that would have been perfectly at home on the Amalfi Coast in the summer of '55.
Couldn't make it to London fashion week? NBD. It's already in full swing and we've got you covered so you can watch (most of) it from the comfort of your couch. So what are you waiting for? Grab some ice cream, put on your best pair of Louboutins with your Target pajamas, and open up your lap top to sit front row to take in London's finest on live stream. Bonus point for those who wake up early enough to catch all of them!
The British Fashion Council has just announced the nominees for the 2011 British Fashion Awards, which are essentially the U.K.'s answer to our prestigious CFDA's. The ceremony, which is scheduled for November 28, is meant to recognize the most influential people in fashion today and also promote the growth of British fashion. With all the attention the U.K. has been getting lately for that stylish princess of theirs and being dubbed the "new fashion capital," British fashion is definitely more relevant than ever this year. That may be why the BFC has decided to re-introduce the Red Carpet award, which "gives recognition to a British designer who is creating global awareness of their designs in the media." From Kim Jones to Stella McCartney to Erdem, here are all the nominees:
more Carey Mulligan accepted Harper's Bazaar's Best Dressed Woman of 2010 award wearing this Preen number. Sienna Miller glammed it up in Stella McCa
LONDON--Judging by the sparse front row, 9:00 am must have felt a touch early for the explosive print clashes we’ve come to expect from the boys of Ba