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?
Gisele Bündchen in her Taschen tome. Photograph: Mark Seelen Lauren Cochrane How much do you budget for your bookshelf? If the trend for books with three-figure price tags continues, it will soon have to be a bit more hefty. Possibly in response to the shelfie, books are the new designer handbags. Obviously, we’re not talking […]
Despite the fact the Beckham family could have watched the Victoria Beckham autumn/winter 2019 show via the live stream on her new YouTube channel, David, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper all turned up to the Tate Britain to show their support. Taking their usual front row seat close to British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful and […]
It has become a half yearly tradition here at 40+Style to feature the fabulous fashion at the Manhattan Vintage Show. This year is no exception and Denton capture many fabulous men and women looking fabulous. I have split the series of photos in three parts. Corfulful looks, neutral looks and outfits featuring hats. I thought […]