London Fashion Week is well under way, and chunky boots, suits, brown blazers and bell sleeve dresses are all the trend.
Tommy Hilfiger’s fashion shows are known for being extravagant, and the American designers autumn/winter 2020 show at London Fashion Week (LFW) was no exception. Hilfiger debuted not one, not two, but three collections at its latest catwalk spectacle at the Tate Modern, which returned to LFW for the first time since 2017.The luxury label’s special showcase included the fourth capsule collection with British Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton, a debut collaboration with Grammy award-winning singer H.E.R and the latest AW20 Tommy Now collection. The runway was filled with a slew of famous faces, with none other than supermodel Naomi Campbell opening the show in a neon shell suit.She was quickly followed by Georgia May Jagger, Winnie Harlow, Pixie Geldof, Jourdan Dunn and Candice Swanepoel. There were also a few surprise appearances as Jodie Kidd returned to the catwalk, joined by Erin O'Connor and Karen Elson. Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher’s son, Lennon Gallagher, and Kate Moss’s half-sister, Lottie Moss, also walked the runway.Celebrities were also out in force on the front row as Charlie XCX, Billy Porter, Alan Cummings and Pixie Lott watched the latest sartorial offering unfold. Scroll through to see all the famous faces from Tommy Hilfiger’s AW20 LFW show
LONDON – Films like ‘Kill Bill’ and ‘Lost In Translation’ and their travels to Japan have inspired designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi to create their SS20 collection. You could also consider it to be an evolution of their Resort 20 collection which was inspired by ‘Japonism’.In a statement shared with Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore, the designers looked “at how even though you may look at the art and culture of another country, you may interpret it imperfectly, yet this interpretation can be so inspiring and interesting.READ MORE:Calling all dancing queens: House of Holland's SS20 collection makes you want to hit the dancefloorBora Aksu's Spring Summer 2020 collection is inspired by Princess Taj Saltaneh, Frida Kahlo and Maria BerrioMust-have travel essentials for the savvy jet setter“We had strong ties with Japanese wholesale and licencing partners in the early years of Preen so we were fortunate enough to have travelled throughout Japan and have drawn on this experience and visual reference for this collection. We were inspired by the great wave wood block print, the builder’s utility clothing, Manga and the Lolita street styles of Japanese youth culture.”For this SS20 collection, the designers have collaborated with the Manga Artist Sonia Leong to develop some prints and introduced their puppy Ginger into the print.Parts of the collection are built from leftover stock fabrics, they will be available only as a limited run, giving life back to the unwanted, (something we always did at the start of our business). Sustainable yarns and recycled yarns are also incorporated into this collection, in continuation with our companies sustainability polices.The editors at Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore are committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, we may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.
Yahoo UK is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, Yahoo UK may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.Hair and makeup at London Fashion Week have, in the past, always been bold and super high-fashion, and for Spring Summer 2020, it has continued to fly that flag.We saw black lashes and bug eyes at Gareth Pugh, a smattering of glitter at House of Holland and Woodstock-themed face painting at Rixo.READ MORE: The most stylish street style looks from LFW 2019There was a nod to 80s/90s rave culture at Mark Fast, where Illamasqua’s director of artistry, Pablo Rodriguez, brought a pop of neon to the runway and pop punk pastels at Pam Hogg.But there was one particular beauty trend we noticed that can be easily created at home and worn every day.Natural beauty reigned supreme backstage, with makeup legends Val Garland, Pat McGrath and Neil Young championing dewy skin, natural eye makeup and neutral colour palettes.READ MORE: Billy Porter shut down London Fashion Week with 15 outfit changes in under 72 hoursWe saw skincare products such as Caudalie’s Beauty Elixir (£12) at Victoria Beckham, NARSskin Total Replenishing Eye Cream (£41) at Erdem and OSKIA Skincare’s new Super-C Beauty Capsules (£62) at Emilia Wickstead and MZ Skin’s Lift and Lustre Golden Elixir Serum (£210) was spotted at Huishan Zhang.Whether you choose to go bold, stay natural or somewhere inbetween, there was something for everyone that we predict will be the hottest looks next year.Click through to check out the best beauty looks by the makeup artists behind them, and the exact products they used to create them.
On Monday evening celebrities descended upon the Troubador White City Theatre for one of the most anticipated shows of London Fashion Week: Burberry.The catwalk was jam-packed with famous faces, most notably, Kendall Jenner, who made her first runway appearance of the spring/summer 2020 season.The 23-year-old, who had been absent from the catwalks at New York Fashion Week, was almost unrecognisable as she took to the runway with a dramatic new bleached blonde hairdo.Kendall was joined on the runway by sisters Bella Hadid, 22, and Gigi Hadid, 24, as well as Agyness Deyn and Irina Shayk.READ MORE: London Fashion Week September 2019: Best dressed celebritiesThe iconic British brand, helmed by Riccardo Tisci, also attracted quite the star-studded crowd for its newest collection debut.Model Naomi Campbell, actress Lily James and Korean singers Lucas Wong and Jisoo all sat front row.
LONDON - I don’t know about you, but in the 90s, all my friends wanted to do was to hit the clubs and shimmy the nights away. Designer Henry Holland envisioned the cool kids of the 70s disco movement and 90s ravers partying in a loop that never tires for his SS20 collection, which drew roaring claps after the runway show ended at the beautiful Kings Cross Gasholder park.READ MORE:Bora Aksu's Spring Summer 2020 collection is inspired by Princess Taj Saltaneh, Frida Kahlo and Maria BerrioKhyeli SS20 presented to crowds at London Fashion Week 2019Your Breasts Will Thank You For These Runway LooksHenry showcased his look-at-me party dresses as part of London Fashion Week on 14 September (Saturday), to organza shirts layered over form-fitting active wear. We also noticed denim wear and corduroy overalls reworked into something dressier, paired with paracord tassel bags and mini bags that fit a boombox. Pretty rad.As for shoes, Henry has collaborated with South Korean label Yuul Yie to create mid-height architectural sandals while the performance training footwear, has been created as part of an athleisure partnership with leading Chinese sportswear brand Xtep.Spotted at the frow were Billy Porter, actor from the Netflix series ‘Pose’ and multi-faceted model/singer Daisy Lowe.
On Sunday morning, Victoria Beckham debuted her spring/summer 2020 collection at London Fashion Week.The show, which took place at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, was a star-studded affair with the Beckham family and numerous celebrities sat on the front row.David Beckham looked dapper in a contemporary grey suit by Dior, which was paired with a white shirt, grey tie and black brogues. The 44-year-old was also joined by all four children: Harper, eight, Cruz, 14, Romeo, 17, and Brooklyn, 20.The youngest of the brood, Harper, stole the show in an elegant floral dress with frill detail. She accessorised with dainty gold earrings and metallic pumps.READ MORE: Victoria Beckham launches debut beauty line during London Fashion WeekActress, Helen Mirren, looked chic in a snakeskin shirt (£590) and skirt (£1,050) by Victoria Beckham. The 74-year-old sat next to activist Sinead Burke, who cut a chic figure in a polka dot dress from Victoria’s eponymous clothing brand.Billy Porter was also spotted in a statement ensemble: the American actor continued to take London Fashion Week by storm wearing a patterned silk shirt, bandana scarf and bright red trousers.
London Fashion Week is well underway and Saturday’s long-awaited Fashion for Relief catwalk was as star-strikingly glamorous as we predicted it would be.Naomi Campbell brought her charity runway show back to her hometown to raise money towards disadvantaged communities in London.The supermodel was joined by friends and family during as she showcased her latest Spring Summer collection at the star-studded runway show at the British Museum during London Fashion Week.The South London born model and philanthropist walked the catwalk alongside 19-year-old South Sudanese model Adut Akech, Stella Maxwell, Erin O’Connor and Leomie Anderson dressed in rainbow hued feathered dresses, voluminous tulle gowns and striking tailored suits.Naomi stunned the audience in a lobster red gown, whilst Adut stormed the catwalk wearing a purple gown that was covered in dramatic ruffles.The annual extravaganza returned to Naomi’s hometown and attracted famous faces including Naomi Harris, Pierce Brosnan, Paris Brosnan rapper Eve, Slick Rick, Maya Jama and Iris Law, who all arrived on the red carpet to show their support.Fashion for Relief is a personal charity set up by Naomi Campbell, which is dedicated to fighting poverty, sickness and distress.It was founded in 2005 and has since raised millions with the help of the event and donations from the world’s most reputable fashion houses. It has hosted events in New York, Cannes, London, Moscow, Mumbai and Dar es Salaam.Scroll to see all the Fashion for Relief SS20 runway looks and celebrities in attendance.
Street style stars are currently out in force at London Fashion Week spring/summer 2020.Hot on the heels of New York Fashion Week, the five-day event in the capital will showcase the latest collections from top designers, including Burberry and Victoria Beckham. A wealth of fashion inspiration is bound to be seen not only on the catwalks, but also, on the pavements.The British capital is well-known for its diverse range of personal styles, from minimal-loving editors and buyers, to risk-taking influencers and designers.From muted pastel ensembles to statement silhouettes, we’ve rounded up the best sartorial showmanship seen during London Fashion Week September 2019.Yahoo UK is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, Yahoo UK may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.
LONDON - Emirati designer Ahmed Khyeli presented his Spring Summer 2020 collection, ‘The Age of Innocence’ to crowds at London Fashion Week on Friday (13 September).
LONDON — Central Saint Martins graduate, Turkish designer Bora Aksu isn’t allowing the politics of Brexit get into his way of creating an ultra-feminine dream piece, inspired by strong women of royal and arts background. His Spring Summer 2020 collection, which debut at London Fashion Week today (13 September), was inspired by Persian Princess Taj Saltaneh of Qajar Dynasty - she led a female revolution by founding a Women’s Freedom Association around 1910, advocating for change and democracy. Interestingly, she was the first woman to go to court to fight for the removal of the hijab and allowing women to wear western clothes. Two other women Bora drew inspiration from are artists Frida Kahlo and Mario Berrio.READ MORE:Rihanna and Her Famous Friends Shined Bright at the Diamond BallSporty Spice gives Brooklyn Beckham the thumbs up as they reunite at fashion bashDrawing from their femininity and strength, Bora layered soft textures with smart womenswear tailoring, as seen on a tulle top matched with cropped pants and slits. Layered gowns sweep the floor with lace and organza in the prettiest shades of pinks, corals, and orange, in matching crown headgears made of berries and insect crochets - almost like you were in an English garden. His mastery is in draping fabric around silhouettes and keeping waist slim but creating volume around them, thus giving the wearer a flattering form.“These women are different but similar in different time periods. Princess Taj Saltaneh was controversial at her time; Frida Kahlo is a colourful individual and when she was younger she would wear boys’ clothes; while Mario is a Columbian artist who I find feminine,” Bora shared with Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore backstage after his runway show.Bora is also introducing his first accessories line the first time for this collection: “I’ve always seen my collection as a whole, as I would be thinking of the shoes and all, but we’ve never actually gone into accessories. But now because we have so many stores, it’s important to present the collection as a whole. This season feels right because of the colours and shade, especially the yellows and pastels; I hope they will be received well.”His expansion into Asia, includes aggressive store expansion across Hong Kong, China and Singapore, in which he thinks, “is going very well because Asia is buzzing and it’s the right time to be at. The last four years, we’ve been very well-received by Asian women.”Bora Aksu has two stores in the heart of Singapore: Ngee Ann City and The Shoppes in Marina Bay Sands.
Fashion month never fails to please Hollywood fanatics, as brands battle it out to have the industry’s starriest names sitting pretty on the front row.But this season we’ve been keeping an eye on the runway too, as a handful of A-listers have turned the catwalk into a rather fashionable side hustle.Over at New York Fashion Week, nineties super Christy Turlington, 50, made an unanticipated comeback at Marc Jacobs in a camera-ready feather dress.The headline-worthy moment came after the model famously quit the industry back in 1994 aged just 25.In a similar move, ‘Game of Thrones’ actress Gwendoline Christie stole the spotlight at Tomo Koizumi’s debut show rubbing shoulders with runway regulars Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski.Across the pond, fellow A-lister Chloë Sevigny proved she’s just as comfortable on the catwalk as she is the silver screen after walking in close friend Simone Rocha’s AW19 show.Although the actress is no stranger to the modelling industry, as Miu Miu and Dolce and Gabbana appear on her catwalk CV.From Rose McGowan leading activists at Vivienne Westwood to ‘Orange is the New Black’ star Laverne Cox’s runway debut, look no further for all the celebrity catwalk highlights this season.
Fashion Week shows might be full of next season’s wares, but it isn’t all about what we’ll be wearing in the future.Look at the street style of the influencers, fashion editors and buyers who attend and you’ll have plenty of inspiration for what to wear now.Across the pond in New York, fashion’s finest proved they can be just as creative with their ensembles as Londoners, with playful prints, plenty of texture and, erm, interesting headgear.What will London, Milan and Paris’ style icons wear? Watch this space.
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The street style set can finally put their feet up, as London Fashion Week draws to a close until next season.The five-day celebration was undoubtedly one of the most exciting to date with photographers, stylists and A-list attendees flying in from across the globe to play witness to the best of British talent.From Riccardo Tisci’s highly-anticipated Burberry debut to Victoria Beckham’s 10th anniversary show, the SS19 collections are sure to make the sartorial history books but how will the trends translate when it comes to our wardrobes?The runway was plastered in Insta-worthy content this season, as models took to the catwalk in juxtaposing prints, ’70s-inspired suiting and period drama-worthy lace.Over at Rixo, the industry’s coolest names took notes on how to clash animal spots and polka dots while Alexa Chung’s debut proved a wearable feast courtesy of sharp waistcoats and silky neckties.From the return of the power shoulder to the influencer-approved boiler suit, these are the SS19 trends you’ll be wearing before you know it.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Best dressed celebrities: September’s top A-list fashion moments so farThese are the London Fashion Week street style stars we’ll be copying this seasonThis is how to wear your jumper this season according to the LFW runway