Our MCM today is Adam Levine here is Maroon 5’s new single Animals- unleashing the animal in all of us today…Rawarrrr
This Wednesday Kensington Palace will be playing host to a runway show archiving Giles Deacon accompanied by pieces by milliner Stephen Jones. Set in the beautiful Palace’s Orangery, the show will feature beautiful past pieces by the London Fashion Week mainstay, who has repeatedly drawn inspiration from 18th century style.
For more information go to: www.hrp.org.uk/KensingtonPalace
With the end of Tokyo fashion week here is a look into Ritsuko Shirahama’s collection who showed on Tuesday. Interesting hats reminiscent of old soldier’s uniforms feature in this collection, added with a vibe of the classic Chanel suits, all mixed with sequins, lots of mesh and fluffy sandles, creates a fun colourful line up.
Louis Vuitton are collaborating with Karl Lagerfeld, Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Marc Newson and Rei Kawakubo who have all designed an unparalleled collection which includes Louboutin’s shopping caddy cart (including his iconic red accents), to Lagerfeld’s punching bag trunk with its very own LV boxing gloves. Not your everyday bags but a very unique collection none the less.
This is a book with both illustrations and photographs of the most beautiful gowns that have defined fashion in Vogue over the past century. Arranged and narrated by the former features director Jo Ellison, an encyclopaedic reference not just of the dresses themselves but, the imperceptible emotions behind the fabric that make them so special. This gorgeous coffee table book is available now.
A glimpse into this year’s collaborative collection between Alexander Wang and H&M, following in the footsteps of Isabel Marant, Versace, Stella McCartney and Karl Lagerfeld. Here is sneaky look into the collection, which has a sport luxe feel mixed with a modern twist at an affordable price. Look out for the collection coming to stores November 6th.
The National Portrait Gallery in London i opening an exhibition exploring the life and ideas of the great Victorian artist, writer and visionary thinker William Morris. Through portraits, personal items and fascinating objects, many of which will be on public display for the first time, this major exhibition illustrates Morris’s concept of ‘art for the people’ and highlights the achievements of those that he inspired. The exhibition will be running till January 2015.