The Italian fashion blogger reportedly generated more buzz for Dior than the Duchess of Sussex did for Givenchy.
It's time to give sheer dresses a break.
Going through the neon-lit doorway, viewers at the Met's exhibit first encounter the show-stopping Chanel wedding ensemble with its 20-foot jewel-encrusted train.
As New York Men's Fashion Week kicks off, let us reminisce on some of the trendsetting cosmopolitan gents at this iconic Italian fashion fair last month.
I believe the timing for this traveling exhibition is perfect as well. The world is in upheaval but, at the risk of sounding like a modern-day Marie Antoinette of sorts, let us wear glamour!
Our favorite bad gal never looked so good. Of course, it wouldn't be a Rihanna campaign without social media, which she took
Lawrence's first beauty ad for the French brand looks somewhat similar to her previous Dior ads (fresh-faced with coiffed
Dressed in a sequined Christian Dior mini dress, Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman took the stage at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, CA to present Israeli author Amos Oz with the UCLA Israel Studies Award.
Frederic Tcheng joins talks about the day that Raf Simons demanded that he stop filming the “Dior” doc.
The moment Raf Simons cries isn't even the best part of Frédéric Tcheng's documentary Dior and I. Neither is Simons' triumphant bow at the Fall 2012 Haute Couture show or the suspenseful moment when it seems no couture dresses will arrive at a fitting.
H/T Stylelist So don't even think about calling Natalie Portman "madam." It's "miss," actually. On Wednesday, Dior released
One of the reasons I love The Thomas Crown Affair is that it makes me want to be more elegant, more put together, better dressed. Basically, I want to look like Rene Russo does as Catherine Banning.
I mentioned the word personality in connection with shoes above. Personality is a great word to describe most, if not all, of the shoes in the "Killer Heels" exhibit. The inanimate objects of my admiration had so much personality they could rival some people.
One doesn't have to dig deeper than Christian Dior's archives to know what glamour looks like. The designer launched his eponymous French fashion house with much-needed dose of elegance after World War II, debuting his "New Look" in 1947 when he was only 42 years old.