Just because she’s preggos with Jay-Z’s baby doesn’t mean that Beyonce gets out of appearing at her mama’s fashion show. Oh no, Ms. Tina Knowles walked the runway with daughter B in tow in support of Knowles’ House of Dereon line during London Fashion Week over the weekend. B’s mom, if you’ll remember, is responsible for some of Destiny’s Child most, uh, iconic costuming during the early years of their career (who could forget the outfits in Fashionista] Keep reading »
Wig maker Charlie Le Mindu, whose insane work we’ve featured here previously, decided to spice up the already eccentric London Fashion Week by having his models traipse down the runway wearing next to nothing other than his hair creations. While some of the models at the start of the 24-year-old’s show had on skimpy clothes, eventually they fell off altogether. Le Mindu is perhaps best known for having created some of Lady Gaga‘s hair looks. We suppose it’s only a matter of time before she goes buck naked, as well. After the jump, get an eyeful of the full effect (blurred). [Daily Mail] Keep reading »
For her first collection, designer Mary Katrantzou sent models down the runway at London Fashion Week wearing graphic dresses depicting domestic interiors. On some, the skirts resembled lampshades. “With this collection,” she told the press, “I wanted to put the room on the woman, rather than the woman in the room.” [Style.com] Keep reading »
Blackface + Music Box Ballerina + Charlie Le Mindu = Charlie Le Mindon’t [London, 2/23/10] Keep reading »
During New York Fashion Week, we saw a couple of sets of textured nails, and the three-dimensional trend has continued at London Fashion Week. J. Maskrey, known for skin jewelry that’s been worn by celebs ranging from Britney Spears and Mariah Carey to Halle Berry and Cate Blanchett, showed these bauble-covered nails at her fashion show on Sunday. Click through to see a French manicure, 3-D style.
Would you ever rock a textured manicure? Keep reading »
Just because fashion editors are at the tippy-top of the new style food chain, watch as the newest and latest looks stroll down the runway and claim fashion is always “individual,” doesn’t mean they don’t jump on trend bandwagons like the rest of us. Want proof? Street style blog Streetpeeper witnessed so many Christopher Kane tops (both the high-end line and the Topshop versions!) this past London Fashion Week, he was moved to do some hilarious Photoshopping, above. Fashion folk sure are loving their Christopher Kane—as is Rihanna. [Streetpeeper] Keep reading »