Here's how to re-code your autumn wardrobe according to Phoebe Philo's spring/summer style principals. (And yes, we're all over those sneakers). Phoebe Philo confirmed this weekend that she is still the ruling grande dame of Paris Fashion Week as she unveiled a finely-tuned collection of streetwise tailoring and shimmering sequins. Whether she's heading up a […]
Winter is coming, but that's no excuse to stash away your sunglasses. Take inspiration from the spring/summer 2018 catwalks, which are rife with exciting new propositions. Matrix-style angular specs ruled at Prada while yellow-tinted aviators were the sunglasses of choice at Dior. There were cat-eyes abound – in retro shapes at Erdem, with tortoise shell […]
Paris Fashion Week isn't short of style inspiration on the street. What are our favourite fashion editors wearing now? Here's our round up on the standout hands-free accessory, the game-changing plastic coat, and the new playful mood set to re-inspire your wardrobe… Related reading: The top trends from spring/summer 2018.
The eye-catching bags that stormed the spring/summer 2018 catwalks came in myriad shapes and sizes. Will you fall for Oscar de la Renta's paint-splattered clutches, or Burberry's checked hold-alls? Plump for Simone Rocha's prim top-handle bags or Jeremy Scott's cartoon-printed shoppers? Or load up your elbow with a mega tasselled bucket bag, as suggested at […]
The Emmy-winning TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood¡¯s dystopian novel has made its presence felt on the spring/summer 2018 catwalks. Vogue discovers how The Handmaid¡¯s Tale went high fashion. When Margaret Atwood penned The Handmaid¡¯s Tale, the last thing she might have expected is a flurry of sartorial tributes. But thanks to resurgent interest in the […]
Ever since the mid-length dress became the must-own dress, we've been seeking out the perfect mid-calf cut that can withstand an 18-hour day. This is Vogue's edit of the best day dresses on the spring/summer 2018 catwalks to re-inspire your new-season wardrobe.
"THE point, often forgotten, of the ballgown, is that it is to be worn at a ball and danced in." So wrote Daphne Guinness in the May 2012 issue of Vogue, rhapsodising on the superlative fantasy of reams of fabric flowing in sync with waltzes and polkas. Bewitching ballgowns seem the stuff of fairytales in […]