The mini skirt is back in fashion, but is that a good thing? Two Telegraph fashion editors make the case for and against the return of an icon... I love a miniskirt – with bare legs in the summer and tights
It buys are, by their very nature, short-lived. When something is so 'of the moment' that it becomes almost ubiquitous, spotted on street-style stars, fashion week front rows and your Instagram feed, destined
As the colder weather makes its comeback, a great way to warmly welcome its return is by breaking out your knitwear collection. With so many knitted options already available, light coloured knits are
The Duke and Duchess have completed their 10-day royal tour of South Africa, where they have visited a number of charitable organisations. While they were there, we took note of everything the Duchess
Miu Miu - Miuccia Prada's familial nickname - is quirky little sister to Prada's off-kilter woman. While Prada catwalks have a grown-up darkness, Miu Miu shows offer a lighter, younger lilt on its creator's
When designers turn nostalgic, it tends to be a re-hash of Sixties, Seventies, and Eighties tropes, but at Loewe, Jonathan Anderson is off at an entirely different tangent with his historically-influenced
Designers have been grappling this fashion month with the question of addressing sustainability and fashion’s role in climate change, while also producing yet another collection of clothing. Jungle prints,
The combination of a midi dress and knee-high boot has become a quintessential modern fashion formula; it’s elegant, it’s easy to put together and it looks good on everyone. But it’s not exactly a look
The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards took place in Los Angeles last night, with Emilia Clarke - pictured, in a plunging teal gown with matching platform heels, - Jodie Comer and Zendaya among those who took
Milan Fashion Week has now come to an end, with Gucci's show heralding the finale of Italy's most famous labels' spring/summer 2020 collections with Prada, Fendi, Versace and Dolce and Gabbana among the
There were no celebrities in attendance at Giorgio Armani’s Milan Fashion Week show yesterday afternoon; a relatively big statement from a man who could call upon any one of the mega-stars aligned with
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Donatella Versace revisited one of her house’s most iconic creations at Milan Fashion Week, as she celebrated the 20th anniversary of the slashed-to-the-naval ‘Jungle Print’ dress worn by Jennifer Lopez
Moschino’s design director Jeremy Scott excels in a particular kind of fashion creativity; silliness. Current items for sale on the Italian house’s website include a box bag shaped like a washing machine,
Silvia Venturini Fendi recently joked that she could make an iteration of her house’s famous ‘double F’ logo out of mozzarella, and it would still cause sales hysteria. “People become crazy,” she said.
Max Mara creative director Ian Griffiths used Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge as the starting point of his catwalk show this season. It wasn't the Killing Eve writer’s slick bob, scarlet lipstick or
Hosting shows such as Victoria Beckham, Burberry and House of Holland, London Fashion Week makes for great celeb-spotting, and by day two, we'd seen the likes of Naomi Campbell and Lady Arizona Muse already.
Women look to Molly Goddard for tulle dresses so bright, so assertive in their volume and so exuberant in attitude that they can make even the coldest-hearted serial killers smile. Her London Fashion show
Britain is rainy, a cliche we know all too well. While 2017 was ever-so-slightly less rainy than usual, according to the Met Office, the months from June to September were unseasonably wet. All this means
Last season the pressure was on NYFW leaders such as Michael Kors to step up, cement everyone’s love for fashion in the city and drive business out of the doldrums. As the 9-11 sun sparkled through the
Greta Gerwig’s new adaptation is perfect inspo for taking summer’s prairie-girl trend into cooler weather. The March sisters – played by Saoirse Ronan (Jo), Emma Watson (Meg), Florence Pugh (Amy) and Scanlen
Fashion month is upon us, with New York Fashion Week kicking off across the pond last week. But while we're watching the catwalks - which will be awash with pretty dresses as designers showcase their '20
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