Steal Kate Winslet’s Golden Globes style here
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Steal Jennifer Lawrence’s Golden Globes style here
Steal Rosie’s Golden Globes style here
It’s safe to say, Rihanna stole the show when it comes to dresses on the GRAMMY’s red carpet, instead of showing you how to recreate her look, we’ve decided to identify the top 8 things you can fit under that dress…
1) A Wig Wam
2) The Kardashian/Jenner Family
3) Paris Hiltons dog collection
4) A Smart Car
5) A Hot Tub
6) A BBQ
7) 132 Pairs Of Louboutins
8) The Entire Cast of Gossip Girl
The results are in! Emma Watson was announced as the winner of the British Style Award last Monday at the 2014 British Fashion Awards. She beat out the other nineteen nominees for the award, including Kate Moss, Amal Clooney, Cara Delevingne, and David Beckham. Last year’s winner, Harry Styles, presented Watson with the award.
According to the British Fashion Council, the award is given to “an individual who most embodies the spirit of British fashion and is an international ambassador for London as a leading creative fashion capital.” The recent graduate of Brown University has definitely proven that she is more than qualified for the award, serving as the UN ambassador for the He For She campaign and being a fashion icon for people all over the world.
Since we love Emma and her fashion oh-so-much, we created a Pinterest board with some of our favourite looks of hers (there’s a lot, so prepare yourselves!). Be sure to take a look here.
Photos: British Fashion Awards
By Kendyl Putnam
Last Tuesday, the cast of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 hit the red carpet for the London premiere of the film. As expected, the ladies of the film stunned the crowds in their gorgeous gowns. Take a look at some of our favourites below!
Julianne Moore in Balenciaga
Jena Malone in Emilia Wickstead
Natalie Dormer in Nicholas Oakwell Couture
And last, but certainly not least, the Film’s leading lady, Jennifer Lawrence, in Dior
By Kendyl Putnam
The British Fashion Council recently released all contenders for the 2014 British Style Awards. The awards feature a wide range of categories including, Red Carpet Designer, Creative Campaign, and Emerging Designer for Womenswear, Menswear, and Accessories, Brand.
Perhaps the most anticipated moment of the awards is the moment when the winner of the highly coveted British Style Award is announced. This is the only category that is voted on by the public and, according to the British Fashion Council, is given to “an individual who most embodies the spirit of British fashion and is an international ambassador for London as a leading creative fashion capital.” Previous winners include Alexa Chung and Harry Styles. Not bad company to be in! There are twenty nominees for the award, including Kate Moss, Amal Clooney, Cara Delevingne, Rita Ora, David Beckham, Emma Watson, and Douglas Booth.
Voting can be done on the British Fashion Awards website and closes on Wednesday, November 5, so be sure to vote! The awards will be held on December 1 at the London Coliseum.
Written by Kendyl Putnam
Images: British Fashion Awards
Given that I was raving about Peter Pilotto the other day and how super excited we are for the launch of their Target line (with select pieces to be sold on Net-A-Porter), I was not particularly surprised to hear that the designer duo (Peter Pilotto and Chistopher de Vos), were named winners of the 2014 Designer Fashion Fund, sponsored by the British Fashion Council and Vogue.
The editor of British Vogue was quoted saying “They have remained true to their vision of a print and colour-focused brand, but have managed to expand and grow the business to a level where they can now compete on an international stage. It’s a pleasure to be able to support them.”
We’re in full agreement with Alex Shulman and are thrilled to see our current favourite designers receive some solid acknowledgment for their contribution to fashion. How proud we are that those boys are British! Seriously, you just have to check out the line of celebrity looks they’re responsible for to get a sense of how well they’re doing and how much attention their designs are getting. Which ones are your favourites..?