Jean Shrimpton was an icon of Swinging London and the ideal spokeswoman for the fashionable scent. www.chanel.com 0 Comments

Final verdict: Ciaté London has done it again. There's still some time before the products become available, so, in the meantime, you can check out the rest of the brand's products here! But mark your calendars, guys, because I can't imagine this collection will be on the shelves for too...

Few would argue London was the center of swing throughout the Swinging Sixties. It was ground central for a potent convergence of fashion, music, film, technological innovation, and, perhaps most importantly, social revolution. The era also launched the notion of photographer as artist and...

London Style Strapless Taffeta Dress with Side Bow, Size 4 out of 5 based on ratings. 0 user reviews Dresses London Style Strapless Taffeta Dress with Side Bow, Size 4Dress in a classic strapless style gets a pop of drama with a fun side...

London is about the one city I never stay in hotel in. So, I've taken it upon myself to start exploring the city's coolest hotels. All in the name of research, of course... It's a hard job, but someone's gotta do it... Last weekend, I stayed at the Malmaison London. You may remember, I...

So I was pleased to be contacted by the nice folks over at Voucher Codes about their new season review campaign for their lifestyle magazine, Most Wanted. This season they are asking a range of fashion bloggers to review high street winter staples - starting with the loafer. These are...

Brit David Bailey was one of the top fashion photographers of the 60′s, best known for capturing the essence of "swinging London." He did some pretty amazing portraits as well (we can save that for another day) but let's give him some loving for his fantastic UK Vogue covers, features...

The signature jersey dress with rouching detail, and flowy printed pants and jumpers are perfect for pairing with luxurious hats, indicative of the young socialites of London's elite. For full runway show, see video below: Posted by Quentin D. Washington at 1:41 AM

Detail from my ancestor's dress Book Reviews is on break this month, but here is a preview of sorts for next month's review, London Society Fashion, 1905-1920: The Wardrobe of Heather Firbank, also mentioned in Michelle's summer reading post earlier this month. The introduction to London...

Here's a look at the past few days from London to New York. I'm currently en route to the Southern states so look for less fashion and more max relaxation in the next "Fashionable Week in Review." 1. Before leaving London we had an unplanned meeting of the 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashlis. It's a...

 

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