Kate Middleton Makes First Wimbledon Appearance of the Year in Bright Yellow
We've seen this one before.
We've seen this one before.
British reporters also speculate the Duchess of Cambridge has dyed her hair a lighter shade.
Plus, 'Glamour' Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive addresses the Amy Schumer drama on TV.
"We're a little fantasy," says Cameron Dale on the wardrobe evolutions of Alison, Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer.
London is done rehashing the '70s. Instead, designers pushed themselves to bring new ideas to the table, or otherwise borrowed from the annals of English costume history, for a dramatic spring 2016 season.
Also starring Diane Kruger, Olivia Wilde and lots of models.
Ranked in order of best to...still really good. Spoiler alert: Kate Moss dancing at a fashion show was the best.
No plane ticket needed.
A memorial service for the late Central St. Martins professor brought out everyone from Victoria Beckham to Kanye West.
Right here, right now.
Much more casual about the polo, those Brits.
KISS: Keep it simple, stupid! (Not that you're stupid, it's just an expression -- oh, you get it.)
The revamp coincides with new financial backers, the brand's first store opening and an eye on global expansion.
Do you think Kate looks like a banana? Because Prince William apparently does.
We love an opportunity to see "Mad Men" stars out of their retro context.
After every fashion season, we pore over a crazy amount of images trying to predict the next big thing. But, alas, we never really know what's going to take off in the "real world." Here, all the designer crazes that actually made it into your closet this year.
The generous front row gift at Roksanda Ilincic today was a colorful set of Sennheiser headphones, a fitting match for an incredibly cool collection. The designer has really elevated her skills in the last couple of seasons, and today's stellar show firmly cemented her status as one of London's best designers, alongside her peers Christopher Kane and Erdem.
With the Oscars imminent, awards season, also known as red carpet season, is coming to an end. And the season has become almost as important to designers as it has to actors. There are of course always the mainstays like Elie Saab, Giambattista Valli, Armani Privé, Marchesa, J. Mendel, Reem Acra, and Oscar de la Renta. In fact, we'd bet money on all of the above being answers to the inevitable "who are you wearing" question this coming Sunday, as they have been since what seems like the beginning of time. But over the past couple of years, there have been some new names in the red carpet conversation. From Erdem to Alexandre Vauthier, click through to learn a little more about the new wave of red carpet designers (so you'll be an expert on all 10 of them before the Oscars)!
Playing the name game in London is far from easy: So many cool young designers, so many unusual names, and only a week to make sense of them all. It’s largely due to the aversion many Brit design talents have to being crafted into the sort of the fashion celebs we adore stateside. No worries; the clothes spoke volumes for themselves, as London dialed down the quirked, and turned out one of the most sophisticated seasons in recent years. See for yourself!