The British retailer's latest collection fuses nightlife glamour with sportswear.
Plus, Rihanna teases new makeup line on Instagram.
It's fun though, we promise.
Another day, another see-now-buy-now announcement.
What the show lacked in tabloid fodder, it made up for sartorially.
No plane ticket required.
If you really want to get the general public buzzing about your brand, you'd better have a major celebrity (or 10) cheering you from the FROW.
Bright color took center stage at Preen, Temperley London, Mary Katrantzou and more.
Wearing a sporty sweatshirt and frilly knickers.
As with J.Crew, the exciting thing about Topshop's Unique show each season -- besides its star-studded and wonderfully incongruous front row -- is that the clothes presented are ones we may actually want (and will be able to easily afford) to buy.
Ooh, are Kim and Kanye jealous?
Five shoppers at a time will be able to watch a panoramic live-stream (or later, a replay) of Topshop's Unique show.
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.
Vinyl, PVC, and latex clothing usually send one's mind straight to the gutter. Or to a vision of a catsuit. It's certainly not versatility, wearability, or comfort. I know it's not just me. However, fall/winter 2013 is putting a spin on these preconceptions, with plenty of bright, shiny, and kinky nuggets.
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!