To raise money for Save the Children, designer Bella Freud has created this long-sleeved T-shirt as part of the Fashion Saves Lives campaign. Christopher Kane, Charlotte Olympia, Giles Deacon and Henry Holland have all had a go, and their wares are modelled by Kate Moss, Poppy Delevigne, Karen Elson, Erin O’Connor and Dree Hemingway. Bella Freud’s cult sweaters (black, with something funny/pop-culture-related) are always a winner – who didn’t think Ginsberg was God?
Scuffles broke out on Regent Street in London as impatient shoppers jostled to get into H&M for the launch of a collection by the designer label Balmain. A police car was parked on the pavement and officers tried to calm the crowd on Thursday morning. Some had started queuing outside the high street brand’s flagship […]
Models at Versace’s show on Sunday: ‘This was what the Flower Fairies might look like if they had grown up and become regulars at Studio 54’. Photograph: David Fisher/Rex Shutterstock It was obvious before a single model had stepped onto the catwalk that Donatella Versace’s couture fashion show would be extravagant. After all, the runway […]
JW Anderson: ‘I give 100% to whatever I’m doing. There is nothing held back.’ Photograph: Andrew Woffinden for the Guardian Because I am a little early, and in true Paris fashion week tradition the morning’s schedule is already running a little late, I spend the first half hour of my visit to Loewe’s Parisian headquarters […]