The five day fashion fest of Lakme Fashion Week has ended in Mumbai, and we have spotted many celebrities who have come to attend and cheer their favourite designers.Check out all the pictures.– Images by Yogen Shah
You don’t need to keep up with the seasons or understand the who’s who of the FROW to appreciate a Chanel runway, as Karl Lagerfeld is famous for putting on a show.For SS16, the French fashion house transformed the Grand Palais into the world’s chicest airport as models checked in clutching quilted suitcases and faux passports.Fast forward to AW18 and show attendees found themselves in the woods, as wrapped-up models looked autumn-ready, as they crunched through a leaf-laden runway.This season was of course no exception.For SS19, the Paris landmark was unrecognisable as picture-perfect lifeguards took to their posts against the shore. Straw hat-clad models sauntered past – their bare feet treading through the sand. Two words: Instagram central.From a botanical garden made entirely from paper to a quintessentially English garden, feast your eyes on some of the most spectacular Chanel Fashion Week catwalks to date.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The chicest street style looks to copy from Paris Fashion Week10 London Fashion Week trends you’ll want to wear immediatelyCelebrities at Fashion Week 2018
On Saturday night, she took in the Baja East show for the first time wearing a white silk dress that looked great even if it was two degrees outside. Of course we’d expect nothing less from King, a real fashion connoisseur: “You know, I haven’t modeled in so long! Now, I’m used to coming to fashion week to support my friends and emerging designers like Baja East because they’re really, really important to me,” King told Yahoo Style. While guests waited for the runway show — which featured sumptuous knit tops, sweaters, and pants as well as glittering floor-length dresses that were worn with Fila slides — King rattled off a few her latest projects.
While editors attending New York Fashion Week were prone to baring skin, the fashion flock in London was all about layering and denim ensembles. From overalls and classic white sneakers, to more sartorially advanced looks like head-to-toe fringe and skirts worn over dresses, here are the most colorful ensembles from the British fashion capital. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Cindy, Naomi, Gisele, Karlie, Gigi. Like Madonna or Beyonce, the world’s biggest models rarely need to use a last name. But before they dominated countless fashion and beauty campaigns and magazine covers, they all had their first walk down the runway. For many of the world’s most famous faces, strutting down the catwalk is often a turning point in their young careers. In honor of New York Fashion Week, we’re throwing it way back to their early runway appearances. See how many of these models and icons you recognize before they had their signature walks nailed down. Supermodel Iman’s Aging Advice: Gain WeightMolly Sims Reveals the Truth About Industry Bullying & Botox
Sure, New York Fashion Week is supposed to be all about the clothes coming down the runways, but it’s the outfits outside that are really making a statement — literally. The peacocks are particularly plumy for the Spring 2016 shows, with street stylers not just attempting to grab attention through mismatching patterns and colors, excessive layers, unseasonal fabrics, and the latest “It” item (hello, furry Gucci loafers!), but with word loudly and clearly marked: take a picture of me and, for some, spread my message. Standing out from the well-dressed crowd takes months of shopping and planning, but Ashley B. Chew did just that. Chew, an artist and model who recently walked in the Alta Moda show, carried a black bag which she wrote “Black Models Matter” on in white paint. From Shiona Turini in a “Black Lives Matter” track jacket and Hanne Gaby Odiele’s gray sweater with feminist patches, sometimes an article of clothing is so much more than just that. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
New York Fashion Week has officially begun and it won’t be long until eccentric street style types start popping up on your Instagram feed. Don’t be surprised if one of them is professional peacock Nick Wooster. Formerly the men’s fashion director of both Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus, Wooster has perfected the art of the strut. Now a consultant with a menswear blog, he was tapped by Cadillac to curate a capsule collection, which includes designers like David Hart and Ernest Alexander. Here, he waxes poetic about the collaboration (which launches today on Gilt.com) and what every man should have in his wardrobe. Yahoo Style: We’re so excited about the new capsule collection! Tell us a bit about the curation process — with just 15 looks, how did you choose the best of the best?Nick Wooster: The best thing about menswear right now is that there are so many talented designers working in the field—which also happens to be the hardest thing when trying to put a collection like this together. From the start, the guiding principle was to showcase these nine designers and their unique aesthetics. When I was going through each collection, I was looking for two things: items that reflected that particular designer’s point of view and ones that felt new for this fall, whether it was fabrication or fit.So many guys want to emulate the Nick Wooster look — was your personal style a template for this collection?I’m flattered that someone might appreciate what I put on in the morning, but I recognize that that’s not always everyone’s cup of tea. So in approaching this collection, I wanted to speak to a wide range of guys by focusing on pieces that were familiar, but in versions that were anything but run-of-the-mill.For guys who don’t redo their wardrobes each season, what are the 2-3 items they can buy for an instant update?Easy. A statement topcoat, a graphic knit sweater, and a razor sharp double-breasted blazer. Classic pieces, but evolved for the modern guy. What’s the one standout piece from this collection, and how do you recommend guys wear it?It’s like what people say about choosing their favorite kid—you can’t. If I was pressed to choose one, I’d have to say the PLAC leather bomber. I’d suggest wearing it with a simple black turtleneck and CADET’s cargo pants from the collection, and finished off with a pair of rugged boots. It’s kind of luxe and louche at the same time and feels right for right now. What’s one thing you wish people would stop wearing?Look, some guys can pull anything off. That said, I would appreciate it if a large swath of men could move on from those bright, multi-striped baggy button-up shirts worn untucked.The men’s shows just wrapped with the first ever New York Fashion Week — What trends are you most looking forward to wearing next season?First of all, I’m looking towards another season of men’s shows in New York. I think it was a great success out of the gate and really put a spotlight on American design talent—including the labels in this collection. As for next season, I’m curious about the new proportions designers are offering up. There was a lot of play with volume that will be interesting to see be translated in stores.What’s your best advice for guys looking to define their personal style?Try, fail, and try again. The only real way a guy is going to know what’s right for him is to experiment. Personal style isn’t a set thing—it evolves over time.Also, congrats on the being named one of Vanity Fairs Best Dressed of 2015. What can we expect from you in 2016?Thank you. It was a pleasant surprise to say the least. I can’t say I ever have any “master plan” for what’s coming next. I’m very excited to continue designing my collection with Lardini, work on special projects like this one with Cadillac, and, per usual, keep hunting for the best menswear out there. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The beauty look at the spring 2016 Prada show as all about a 24-karat pout. (Photo: Instagram) The key to making a statement next season? A whole lot of gold. We first saw the metallic accent on the runway during New York Fashion Week, with gold dipped French manicures at Nicholas K and sparkly gold glitter eyes perfected by Aaron de Mey at Creatures of the Wind.
During New York Fashion Week, Kanye West returned with Yeezy Season 2. Here, his interview with Dirk Standen elucidates his views on sweatshirts, politics, and North West. Despite being added to the NYFW schedule late, he started working on Season 2 the second the curtain closed on Season 1.
Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss at Mango’s Milan flagship store. Photo: Getty Images For the start of Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday, the biggest draws weren’t the Gucci, Alberta Ferretti, or Phillip Plein Spring/Summer 2016 shows. Instead it was just two models making an appearance at a mall that drew massive crowds. Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne made a guest appearance at Mango’s flagship store in Italy’s Corso Vittorio Emanuele.
The hair at Calvin Klein, done by Guido Paulo for Redken, was all about individuality. Fashion Week is the place where trends for future seasons are set — from hemlines to hairstyles, color palettes to lipsticks. Designers finally featured some diversity on the runway in the forms of skin tones, hair types, and even body types (did you see Ashley Graham strut her sexy size 14 body down the runway in lingerie?).
Both Beecroft and Abramović paired their cutting edge work with fashion and pop culture. Two years ago, Jay-Z filmed his “Picasso, Baby” music video at Abramović’s “The Artist Is Present” at Pace Gallery in New York City.
Each day of New York Fashion Week the Yahoo Beauty editors will be sharing one life-changing beauty tip from the makeup artists, hair stylists, nail artists, and models we meet backstage. When it comes to mixing up a custom shade of your own, you don’t need a chemistry degree, just some clear top coat. The custom shade mixed up for the Theory presentation.
Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner at the Harper’s Bazaar Icons party on Wednesday night. Photo: Getty Images Balmain’s collaboration with H&M has yet to hit stores, yet it’s most likely already on every woman’s wishlist between the ages of 14 and 40. How has Olivier Rousteing whet the sartorial palates of so many months before the line’s release and with only a few of the pieces having been revealed? Simple: call on the hottest fashion girls around, make them walk a red carpet in it, have their photo taken in the dress, which is then subsequently shared around the world.
It wasn’t that long ago that the Kardashians were a joke. Barbara Walters famously told the Kardashians during an on-camera interview: “You don’t have any, forgive me, talent.“ Jon Hamm once told ELLE UK: “Whether it’s Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated. Despite her love for fashion, Kim’s first magazine cover involved wearing very little when she was on the 2007 cover of Playboy.
For years now, we’ve played as close attention to what’s happening off the runway as on. We might aspire to the latter, but it’s the former that offers wardrobe inspiration and style tips for right now. From ubiquitous fashion bloggers like Aimee Song to ever-present editors like Anna Dello Russo and international social stars like Miroslava Duma, the style set brought their A-game to Manhattan. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Photo: IMAXTree You might not have heard of Eckhaus Latta, an indie label which started in 2011 and has heralded pansexual fashion, but you’ve certainly heard of one of the models who walked in the Spring 2016 show. Grace Dunham, sister of Lena Dunham, made her runway debut on Monday. The poet and actress, who will appear in Lena’s critically acclaimed show Girls on HBO this upcoming season, was chosen alongside a crew of professionals and non-models to show the brand’s dresses and tops with innovative cutouts, inventive silhouettes, and shirts and skirts using very thin fabric. Dunham was selected as one the lucky stars because she’s friends with designers Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta, both Rhode Island School of Design alumnus.
After giving us disco fever last season, Rodarte designers and Pasadena-based sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy infused their Spring 2016 collection with an air of California cool. Not that they abandoned sparkle. The first look was a slate blue hand-beaded blazer and pants that shimmered in the glow of the Dan Flavin light installation that served as the show’s set. Worn with a long ‘70s-esque chiffon scarf and gold booties, there was a Ziggy Stardust vibe that permeated throughout the show. (It was enhanced by the Electric Light Orchestra soundtrack orchestrated by Michel Gaubert. ...
Kylie Jenner exiting her hotel on her way to the Galore party celebrating her magazine cover. Photo: Getty Images There’s no better way to celebrate landing the cover of a magazine than by hosting a party and inviting your crew along. Kylie Jenner, who’s on Galore’s September issue, did just that during New York Fashion Week — which is good timing on her part considering her family and famous friends are all in town and have no excuse to not show up. On Monday at Up & Down in Manhattan, Kardashians, Jenners, Hadids, and more of fashion’s elite — CR Fashion Book’s Carine Roitfeld and Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy included — showed up to toast the 18-year-old reality star.
For women who may have been fans of Thom Browne’s Spring 2016 menswear show, but were unable to fit into the tailored garments, the designer provided hope this evening. His seasonal sister collection featured strikingly similar suits and coats with the same intricate embroidery inspired by Japanese culture — think cherry blossoms, pastoral settings, geishas, koi fish, bamboo et al. ...
Not your mama’s Lacoste: A revealing spandex dress from the recent runway. Photo: Getty Images “What do I wear?!” my stepmother excitedly texted me after I told her she could be my plus one to a fashion show. Since I started attending runway presentations a few years ago, she’s dropped not-so-subtle hints that if I ever got an extra ticket, she’d really like to come.