You may never heard of Betabrand, but the San Francisco clothing company’s got a few ideas up its sleeve.
Say, the dressy sweatpant. Or the chef jeans (complete with apron-fabric detailing ). Or an entire line of “bike to work” blazers, pants and button-downs with built-in cyclist-friendly details. It stands to reason, founder Chris Lindland says, that when it comes to models, they’d go for folks with a lot of bright ideas themselves — the brand brought in PhD holders and candidates to model their spring collection of women’s casualwear.
Charlize Theron and Taylor Swift boost their blonde hair with white dresses and bold eyes. (WENN)
From your hair to your pedicured toes, this season is definitely all about colour. But instead of styling yourself from your closet, start at the top – your hair.
The John Frieda Colour Council, made up of Alain Larivee, John Frieda Hair expert and stylist, makeup artist Anna Nenoiu, and fashion stylist Zeina Esmail, have travelled the country encouraging women to use their hair colour to style themselves this spring.
Another season, another controversial photo shoot. This time it’s designer Aamna Aqeel and her “Be My Slave” spread published in Pakistani fashion magazine DIVA.
Designer Aamna Aqeel’s ‘Be My Slave’ fashion spread published in Pakistani fashion magazine DIVA. (Facebook)
As the title suggests, photos show a Caucasian model dressed in Aqeel’s high-end designs, along with a younger, darker-skinned boy made to be her slave. In one photo, the model is handing her cup to the boy, in other photos he is holding an umbrella over her head or sleeping on the floor as she reads a magazine.
Suri Cruise, known for her totally normal girlish interest in brightly coloured dresses and open toe high heels, has inked a $2.3 million fashion deal, according to Thesun.co.uk.
Suri Cruise. (WENN.com)
If you are one of the thousands who dream of travelling back in time to the world of ‘Downton Abbey’ – wake up, it’s a reality.
Maggie Smith as Violet Crawley and Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary in Downton Abbey. (Vision TV )
The producers of the show; NBC Universal and Carnival films announced this week that a ‘Downton Abbey’ clothing line along with beauty products, furniture and even stationary will be launched later this year.
“We’ll be working across an entire range of products coming out this year. From fashion, apparel and homeware and furniture to wallpapers, beauty products and stationary,” Executive producer Gareth Nearne told Vogue UK.