1. Street-Style Looks Of NYFW
The bloggers and showgoers of New York Fashion Week brought their A-game this fashion month and we were more than impressed. From enviable outfits to over the top looks, the streets of NYFW were kind of a big deal. See here: Our Favourite Street Style Looks From NYFW.
2. The First Transgender Designer Showcased At NYFW
Designer Pierre Davis broke the New York Fashion Week glass ceiling last month, having become the first transgender designer to feature on the official NYFW calendar. Her collection for emerging Los Angeles brand, No Sesso (Italian for “no sex" or "no gender”) featured her radically gender-and-body-inclusive designs.
3. Harper Beckham’s And Anna Wintour’s Twinning Moment
When Victoria Beckham showcased her stunning 2019 Fall collection inside the serene Tate Britain Museum, the show turned out to be a front row family affair that left the rest of us in awe. And when the Beckham’s youngest offspring, Harper, stepped out in a bob identical to fashion mogul and fellow 'frow' member Anna Wintour, the internet quite rightly blew up.
4. Adwoa Aboah Stood Up For Grenfell
Supermodel Adwoa Aboah used the catwalk to shine a light on the Grenfell Tower disaster at London Fashion Week. The survivors of the fire stood united with models, actresses and activists wearing T-shirts emblazoned with powerful messages addressing the English government.
5. The Moschino Show Re-Created The Price Is Right
Creative director Jeremy Scott is no stranger to a jaw-dropping theme. The Moschino show got Milan Fashion Week buzzing with a Price is Right game show set. The show featured a Ferrari on a spinning platform, slot machines and a lot of glimmering lights.
6. Fendi’s Tribute To Karl Lagerfeld
The late Karl Lagerfeld lived on in his final collection for Italian fashion house Fendi at Milan Fashion Week. The brand aired a portion of Loïc Prigent’s documentary, Karl Lagerfeld Sketches His Life, in a tribute to the kaiser. Creative director of Fendi menswear Silivia Venturini took a bow without Lagerfeld at the closing of the last show they designed together whilst a sign above her read, “Love Karl.”