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Where did it go wrong for Roland Mouret, Meghan’s go-to British designer?

Back in 2005, even those with the mildest interest in fashion would have been familiar with Roland Mouret’s Galaxy dress. The figure-enhancing shift, made using a 1950s corsetry fabric called Powerflex to cinch and flatter the wearer’s body into a Jessica Rabbit silhouette, became ubiquitous on the red carpet. Name a female celebrity, and they probably wore it: Halle Berry, Cameron Diaz, Rachel Weisz, Miranda Kerr. Victoria Beckham is said to have had one in every colour - it was the cornerstone of her WAG wardrobe. A failsafe piece that was both sexy and sophisticated, it transcended trends and occasion. It was no wonder that, even at £990, normal, non-celebrity women were falling over themselves to buy it too.
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Craig Green showing next collection in London

Craig Green is returning to the London fashion calendar after three years. The designer will be staging a show the week of February 7. The news was reported by WWD. Although Green is showing off-season, it marks the first time the designer has shown a collection in London since 2019 during London Fashion Week Men’s. Green, who has shown in Paris the past few in-person seasons, is not leaving the Paris calendar, but, rather, wanted to do a show in his hometown of London.
worldcapitaltimes.com

Naomi Campbell’s fashion charity investigated over finances

The fashion charity established by the supermodel Naomi Campbell has come under formal investigation from the charities watchdog over misconduct concerns relating to its management and finances. Campbell created Fashion for Relief in 2005 to raise funds for children living in poverty and adversity around the world, and says it...
CHARITIES

Craig Green to Show Fall/Winter 2022 Collection in London in February

Click here to read the full article. LONDON – Craig Green is coming home to London, with plans to stage his fall/winter 2022 show the week of Feb. 7. The off-schedule show will mark the first time that Green has shown his collection in London since June, 2019 during the city’s men’s fashion showcase.More from WWDChristopher Kane RTW Spring 2022Harris Reed RTW Spring 2022Backstage at Richard Quinn RTW Spring 2022 A spokesman for Green did not disclose any more details about the upcoming show, but it is understood that the designer has not left the Paris calendar, which he joined last year,...
newsgroove.co.uk

Naomi Campbell’s fashion charity investigated over finances

The fashion charity established by the supermodel Naomi Campbell has come under formal investigation from the charities watchdog over misconduct concerns relating to its management and finances. Campbell created Fashion for Relief in 2005 to raise funds for children living in poverty and adversity around the world, and says it...
CHARITIES

Norman Reedus and Helena Christensen's model son, 22, appears in court after he was charged with punching woman in the face at NYC's famous San Gennaro street festival

The son of supermodel Helena Christensen and 'The Walking Dead' star Norman Reedus made his first appearance in court on Tuesday after allegedly punching a woman at a New York City street festival. Mingus Reedus, 22, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly punching a 24-year-old woman in the face...
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Who is Anna Delvey? The true story of fake socialite portrayed in Netflix’s Inventing Anna

Netflix has released its first trailer for Shonda Rhimes’ upcoming series, Inventing Anna, which is set to premier in 2022.The series follows journalist Vivian Kent (played by Anna Chlumsky) as she investigates the case of Anna Delvey (played by Julia Garner), a Russian-born German socialite who scammed banks, hotels and rich acquaintances out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.A sneak peek at the nine-episode series shows Delvey at high and low points in her con artist career. In one shot, we see her sitting on the front row at London Fashion Week, while in another she appears to be in...
TV SERIES
Vogue

Bootcut Jeans Are Back: Here’s The Lowdown On The Divisive Denim Trend

All products featured on British Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Appetite for denim seems to be at an all time high. Many of us lived in sweatpants throughout the pandemic, so jeans have...
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Elijah Aike - "Last Dark Memory"

Rising artist Elijah Aike just dropped a hot new album titled "Last Dark Memory". The artist has over 800k streams on Spotify, has been on Shisha lounge playlist on Spotify, and also had his album played at London fashion week with a runway for his own designer brand, AIKEREMIOKHA. Check out "Last Dark Memory" now and follow Elijah Aike on social media for his latest releases.
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Katrina Kaif Family, Career And Many More

Katrina Kaif is a well-known actress and model. She is one of the highest paid Bollywood actresses. She is a British citizen and working on an employment visa in India. At the age of fourteen, the girl started modeling for a well-known jewelry company. After that, she was invited to work in London in the best modeling agencies. She took part in many campaigns, shootings, and advertisings until she was noticed by the director whose name was Kaizad Gustad. Now Katrina takes part in Indian Fashion weeks, shootings of films and different social events. The first film she was invited to take part in was ‘Zindagi Na Milegi.
BEAUTY & FASHION
pynck.com

Buy Irish: Holiday Gift Guide Celebrating the Artisans of Ireland

Feel the love when you purchase extraordinary fashions, jewellery and objet d’ arts crafted by the talented artisans of Ireland. Make the holidays remarkable by gifting your loved ones with wonders evocative of the Emerald Isle. Kindred of Ireland beetled tartan jacket, masterful sterling silver Shamrock necklace by Aidi Mac...
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ASU’s ‘The Chic Daily’ raises over $2,000 for nonprofit F.A.B.R.I.C.

“The Chic Daily,” a monthly digital magazine and fashion blog produced and published by ASU’s Fashion Journalism Club held its annual charity fashion show at F.A.B.R.I.C. in Tempe. F.A.B.R.I.C. is a nationally renowned nonprofit fashion incubator adjacent to ASU and was also the recipient of funds raised at the show which took place November 17.
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