It seems our friends at Esquire UK have lost their minds, or are relishing in some sort of genius. For a Toy Story 3-themed editorial, they have hired Ken to flash some of the best Burberry, Paul Smith, Gucci and Prada. It seems that even ex-flame Barbie joined in for a shot!
J’adore my hometown. Also, Florence and the Machines!
A MAC Cosmetics spokesmodel and bombshell with designer love for Marc Jacobs and Christian Dior, she seems to have her finger on everything within reach. It’s also all her own, notably saying “…the one time I hired a stylist, they picked up a pair of my 1940s shoes and said, ‘These would look really cute with jeans.’ I immediately said, ‘You’re out of here.”
The only person we know works directly for Dita is Catherine D’lish – her best friend and designer/collaborator of all her on-stage costumes.
She has walked fashion weeks for Moschino Cheap & Chic, Heatherette, Giambattista Valli, and Jean Paul Gaultier (as you saw yesterday.) Gaultier’s show was especially fabulous thanks to the va-va-voom of von Teese’s sartorial striptease. Click for more.
Stocked by three of my all-time favourites (Harrods, Start and Net-a-Porter), Body AMR has started to become a staple on at least one personally-trained body at every event. The designer, Amr Ali, is one of those rare males that completely understands how a woman’s body works and what she wants from her wardrobe. Because of this he produces timeless pieces that are effortless and a perfect mix of feminine and masculine.
Un-trendy, yet un-dated, ultra-Londoner Amr is definitely one to watch.
Sexy, sexy Haute Couture. The fifth kicked off Paris’ Couture delights, and no-one has yet to dissapoint. See my top picks from Maison Martin Margiela, Jean Paul Gaultier, Elie Saab, Christian Dior, Chanel, Armani Prive and Alexis Mabille below.