Aykroyd starred as Dr. Ray Stantz alongside Bill Murray as Dr. Peter Venkman and Harold Ramis as Dr. Egon Spengler and Rick Moranis as Louis Tully in the first Ghostbusters film. … [Read more...] about Sigourney Weaver beams in aubergine-coloured trench coat as she steps out during Milan Fashion Week
Once reserved for grungy British boy bands and stars hoping to add edge to their red carpet ensembles, bucket hats have re-emerged as a fashion must-have over the past year (left, on Paris Hilton in a white bucket hat in 2001 and right, Gigi Hadid in a denim version in 2019) … [Read more...] about The ‘hideous’ fashion buys you wore in the 90s that are now BACK on trend in 2020 – so which one is your favourite?
This was my look for the ITV Gala in 2016. I am wearing a Maison Margiela dinner jacket that I put shoulder pads in, trousers by Zara and boots from Yves Saint Laurent. I have got a Chanel clutch, Marks & Spencer gloves – and I made the scarf on the morning of the gala. I remember thinking it needed something else, but I had no time to go home or go shopping. I was working at This Morning and there was an old dress that had been hanging around for months, so I added some fringing I found in their haberdashery department. I have worn that scarf probably more often than anything else in my wardrobe. … [Read more...] about Gok Wan: ‘I once wore head-to-toe beige – I looked like a Ford Cortina!’
Even more thriftily, says Mair, adding a ruffle, or a puff, at the sleeve, can also be a way of adapting an existing garment: “a good way of using resources and making them very current”. The Colville presentation at Milan fashion week proved this point: the label showed puffy sleeves, like a bolero’s, upcycled from vintage 80s shell suits and yellow puffa jackets from the 90s. The sleeves, says the Colville co-founder Lucinda Chambers, “create a new silhouette that is cool and individual” and could be layered over other pieces. … [Read more...] about Pump up the volume: why massive sleeves are this year’s biggest trend
More illuminations read “Patriarchy kills love”, and “Women’s love is unpaid labour”, in a show space conceived as a collaboration with Claire Fontaine, an art collective who take neon signs, a symbol of the most direct form of commerce, and subvert them by unexpected juxtaposition. The Dior collaboration “revolves around the performative use of language typical of non-reformist feminism”, they explained. … [Read more...] about Dior show opens with commentary on the patriarchy