In a much-lauded exhibit curated by Andrew Bolton (some say his best project to date), and a night of fashion's best invited to attend, I expected my jaw to drop over and over again. I expected to revel in the creative splendour of other-worldly gowns, adorned with gothentic accessories. I...

Spring shoe buzz has been largely devoted to the flatform, but there's another style I'm eyeing. We've spotted Diane Kruger, Fearne Cotton, and Mary-Kate Olsen all sporting chunky heels. Thanks to strappy details, they have sexy appeal, while the thick platform caters to both our fashionable...

Holding my hands up to the fashion gods, I ask: Is anyone wearing an actual, take-your-breath-away-fall-to-the-ground-by-Lee-McQueen dress? Oh, the humanity. More later... Compare it to last year's red carpet: Be the first to like this post. Leave a Comment No comments yet.

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Auntie Viv takes a historical view of Ascot fashion, interpreted through her Gold Label collection. The magical millinery of Stephen Jones. Let's face it – while many are watching stallions – many more of us are watching style at Ascot. Let the games begin on June 14th. Be the first...

New York and "we" may "all get dressed for Bill", as famously noted by the royal We of fashion, Ms. Wintour. However, in Bill Cunningham: New York, a documentary film of the original street style photographer by Richard Press, we get a glimpse of the man underneath the clothes. Anna, the...

Coddington's fashion direction + Meisel's mastery +McQueen pieces from the upcoming Met exhibit = Alexander the Great. Karen Elson in the infamous antler headdress and gown from the Widows of Culloden collection, Fall 2006. Stella Tennant in a dress from the Spring 2001 Voss...

They were top of mind (sorry) during the Little Shilpa show at Lakme Fashion Week recently, from the Summer Resort 2011 collection. The fascinator - that, well, crowning glory. Friends, with fascination, at Little Shilpa. Top of the pops. Big fun from Little Shilpa. Wee! Images...

When I first visited the exhibition in the Fall, I had seen this wonderful western-style portrait in oil paint, of an elaborately adorned Sadiq Muhammad Abbasi. Sadiq Muhammad Abbasi IV of Bahawalpur, around 1880. I couldn't help but think of another prince when I saw it – a Bachchan....

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