Leather and shorts: two words you might not typically put together. But brands like Theykens' Theory and 3.1 Phillip Lim made a pretty good case for leather shorts on their runways this season. To pull them off, we're reaching for lightweight options in relaxed styles and punchy hues. Watch on for our favourite picks.
This season, we're testing out our layering skills and piling on eclectic necklaces. With this episode of Designer DIY, you'll get that world-traveller feel without heading to a far off destination. All you need are wooden beads, a tassel, and clear invisible thread, so watch on to see how it's done.
US Vogue and MAC cosmetics hosted a dinner in Prabal Gurung's honour last night at LA's Chateau Marmont, and stylers like Diane Kruger, Zoe Saldana, and Jaime King naturally delivered their best for the affair. Diane showed some serious midriff, while mum-to-be Jaime slipped into a military-inspired look from Gurung's A/W 2013 line. Get the full scoop in today's Fashion Flash.
Finding the perfect worn-in holey tee can be tricky. There are so many pricey options out there, but why spend a lot of money when you can make one in just five minutes? Today, we are going to show you how to create the perfect holey tee right at home. Grab your favourite slouchy tee and fabric scissors and let's go!
The full version of Karl Lagerfeld's latest short film for Chanel, called Once Upon a Time, has finally landed online. The film, which stars Keira Knightley as a young Gabrielle Chanel, tells the story of one of the designer's first shops, which she opened in the French seaside resort town of Deauville in 1913. In the film, which will be screened at Chanel's Resort 2014 presentation in Singapore this month, Chanel is helped along by her aunt Adrienne — played by actress Clotilde Hemse — as she caters to wealthy clients like Jacqueline Forzane (played by Ashleigh Good) and Ida Rubinstein (portrayed by Caroline de Maigret). When Vita Sackville-West — played by Saskia de Brauw — looks through the windows of the store toward the end of the film, she asks, "I wonder what it will be in 100 years from now?" Take a look at what it was like 100 years ago, in the video below. . . .
Remember that ethereal short film/campaign video/dream sequence from Free People that starred the mega adorable Charlie from Girls (aka to the non-obsessed as actor Christopher Abbott)? Well, the US boho emporium has made a prequel which follows the semi-single (sniff) Sheila to Rio for a girls weekend away prior to their NYC reunion. Cue amazing scenery, hot Latin men (specifically one real life professional polo player by the name of Diego Osorio) and some pretty incredibly vacay threads. Word on the street is that Free People is now available in Oz at Myer in Sydney and Melbourne, as well as via their website. Oh, and the odd blurry-lensed flashback to cutie-pie Charlie Christopher. If you're yearning for an exotic getaway with the girls, let this serve as your motivation to get booking. Rio, here we come!
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Anja Rubik dressed as punk as she could in Anthony Vaccarello for last night's Met Gala in NYC. On her way inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Anja explained her history with edgy dressing. Though she never was fully punk, Anja says she did have a rebellious "goth" period that involved a dedication to Marilyn Manson. Press play to hear more.
Keira Knightley wed James Righton in France over the weekend, and we were surprised to see her dress of choice for the occasion. Despite rumours that she was wearing Chanel, the bride chose to rewear a piece from her own wardrobe to walk down the aisle — a sweet strapless tulle dress reportedly by Rodarte. The first time we spotted her in this dress was at a pre-BAFTA bash in 2008! Watch on to hear the rest of the story, and let us know what you think about Keira's choice below.
The annual White House Correspondents' Dinner took place in the US capital over the weekend, and Hollywood's finest made their way to the East Coast to show their support. Prada was a favourite of the night — both Kate Mara and Claire Danes went for beautiful looks from the label. Kerry Washington went graphic in a black and white dress by Wes Gordon, plus we got a peek at FLOTUS Michelle Obama's Monique Lhuillier number. All that and more in today's Fashion Flash.