Articles by Cherry Pullinger
It seems every top fashion house has announced their intentions to deck out the world’s children in nothing but the best designer clobber, and now Dolce & Gabbana are set to get in on the new trend as well.
Good news for those fashion lovers that are keen to imitate Kate Middleton’s demure style as her blue M Missoni coat is set to be re-released.
Designer brand Maison Martin Margiela has finally been confirmed for H&M.
Rumours of a collaboration have been circling the fashion industry for a little while now so it’s great to hear it finally confirmed. A collection of clothing and accessories for men and women will be available in 230 stores worldwide from November 15.
It’s been a busy few weeks for the Duchess of Cambridge.
All of these special events and appearances mean she’s had to dress her best at all times and she certainly hasn’t let us down, with a flurry of splendid outfits from high-end designers such as McQueen and high-street favourites such as Zara.
Last week we brought you the news that author Lauren Weisberger was penning a sequel to the popular book and film The Devil Wears Prada.
Topshop are renowned for their fabulous collaborations and after the announcement of their partnership with Louise Gray, another team announcement has come in the form of JW Anderson.
Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton has certainly gone above and beyond for the fashion industry, earning her an OBE in Her Majesty’s birthday honours list for ‘services to fashion’.
While all eyes were on Kate Middleton and Her Majesty The Queen during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie cut a rather designer shadow over their fashion rivals.
She recently turned heads at the Diamond Jubilee River Pageant in a regal red Alexander McQueen dress, and now the Duchess of Cambridge has pulled another fashion hit out of the bag as she appeared in another McQueen dress for The Service of Thanksgiving held at St Paul’s Cathedral.
After announcing their administration in April, fashion label Aquascutum has been saved and sold for a staggering Â£15 million to YGM Trading Limited.