The highlight of London Fashion Week for me, has to be the Burberry Prorsum show. The whole experience was amazing and the scale of the presentation was unbelievable. We managed to grab this quick video to show you the finale of the gorgeous biker inspired collection. See if you can spot Sarah Jessica Parker sitting in the front row. Did you watch the show live?
The bumble bee is a Summer insect, but this Autumn they're sticking around – on jewellery. The humble bee is adorning necklaces, bangles and rings for a surprising delicate decoration. I am completely in love with Alex Monroe's gold bumblebee necklace (£189) which is very small, but perfect for adding a quirky element to an outfit.
There are more affordable versions available like this charm necklace (£10) which are a great pocket money pick me up. There is also a cute bumble bee ring (£65) which is a fun daywear piece. Do you like bumble bee jewellery?
- Madonna and Lourdes share clothes - Vogue
- Comme des Garcons collaborate with Paco Rabanne - Elle UK
- Stella McCartney's latest Adidas collection - In Style
- French Sole’s 21st birthday bargain offer - Cosmopolitan
- Bill Clinton had his arm around Gisele - The Cut
- The '70s revival continues in Milan - Guardian
- Roberto Cavalli launches petwear - Grazia Daily
- Corrie Nielsen scoops Fashion Fringe - Handbag
- Horticultural couture at Milan Fashion Week - Independent
After watching the gorgeous, colourful Matthew Williamson show, I managed to catch up with one of the front row stars – Cat Deeley! The British presenter was full of smiles and chatted happily with Matthew's parents before having a quick chat with me. Cat attended a lot of shows throughout the week including Burberry Prorsum, Vivienne Westwood and Emilio de la Morena.
To find out what Cat had to say and for images, just read more
Just before the official catwalk season kicked off, Debenhams held a special preview at The Haymarket hotel of Ben de Lisi's latest collection for Principles. The store was one of the victims of the credit crunch and has since been revived by the department store with a fresh, new, mature feel. Ben relaunched the range last Winter and it was a huge success. I got a preview of the Spring 2011 collection and it is very chic. He explained that it was inspired by, "an Upper East Side girl waiting for a helicopter to the Hamptons". It was very ladylike with classic tailoring and accessories. There were a few poolside pieces like tiny hot pants and bikinis along with smart daywear like waist cinched dresses and double breasted macs. Click through to see pieces from the collection.
It's pretty rare that Kate Moss gives interviews, but when she launched her latest collection with Longchamp earlier this week, she was more than happy to discuss the collaboration. In this short video interview with T5, Kate talks about who she designs for ("myself") and how good friends have stopped her from becoming a diva. I always find it interesting to hear her speak (since it's so rare) and am constantly surprised at how different she sounds from the Rimmel ads! Watch it below and let me know what you think.
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana's latest D&G collection is quintessentially Spring. It's everything you dream of for the playful season: florals, checkers, lace, ruffles, tiers, and more florals. Exaggerated, medium, and tiny floral prints come in a bouquet of hues like pink, yellow, purple, and blue. Everything from flirty frocks to shorts to baggy trousers and tunic tops all have a bad case of floral fever! But florals aren't the only highlight of this collection. The red and white checkered print is old-school and totally picnic ready. A few denim pieces also make a cameo, as do a couple of delicate lace styles. My favourite bit? The accessories! Silk bandannas, canvas bags, skinny tan belts, and floral sandals are too darling for words.
To see all of the pics from the D&G show, read more
Eva Longoria attended a charity gala last night in Los Angeles wearing a metallic frock. The dress was backless with black netting detail and a statement bow on the back. She teamed it with black court heels and diamond earrings. Do you like this look on Eva?
Whilst international fashion weeks are making us look to next season, there is still plenty of time to work on your Autumn/Winter wardrobe. Over the past month, I have been asking the experts about their favourite new season pieces. Today, I caught up with Carven designer Guillaume Henry as he talks us through his favourite Autumn looks. Click through to find out more.