Your Daily Fashion Scoop
The perfect Sunday afternoon read… some juicy scoops of fashion news…enjoy
Georgia May Jagger is set to launch her first fashion collection. Teaming up with denim label Hudson, Jagger’s collection will be available for Spring 2011. The collaboration will be called: Hudson by Georgia May. Having already graced the cover of Vogue, the Chanel and Versace muse is currently living in New York and studying art and photography.
Natalia Vodianova –
Natalia Vodianova will star as the leading lady alongside Jonathan Rhys Myers in Belle du Seigneur, a film of Albert Cohen’s 1968 novel. Vodianova also played Medusa in Clash of the Titans last year.
Turns To The Dark Side
Keeping with the model theme of today’s news, the usually luscious blonde Natasha Poly has gone brunette. Poly’s striking dark brunette shade made its debut appearance on the cover of Vogue Paris Nov issue (pictured right).
Debenhams to launch
Following in the hotly anticipated shoes of Lanvin for H&M, Debenhams will too launch a designer series. Set to hit stores from Spring 2011, Debenhams have called the collaborations ‘Edition’. Four Designer labels will each create a collection for the store. These designers include: Preen, Jonathan Saunders, Roksanda Ilincic and Jonathan Kelsey. The clothing will be priced between £18 to £190, while Jonathan Kelsey’s footwear will range from £45 – £65. Debenhams previous designer collaboration was with Henry Holland’s H!.
Stefano Gabbana not a Stella McCartney fan
In a recent twitter conversation, Stefano Gabbana expressed his feelings toward Stella McCartney. Replying to tweets about McCartney with a Twitter friend, Gabbana finished their conversation with ‘Yeah, she’s upcoming after 15 years doing nothing!! Hahahaha’, ‘Aaaaaaa …… I see you appreciate nonentities!! Bravo!’. The awkward exchange was translated from Italian and has been circulating online.
Aaah the drama of fashion…xx
Side images from: Photo1 fashionising.com | Photo 2 thelovemagazineblog.wordpress.com | Photo3 411chatter.com
My Milan Favourite Pieces…
While I usually select my favourite 15 looks, the magnificent Milan offered so many delightful pieces that I just couldn’t choose! So I decided to extend my top looks to 17! These are my favourite looks from Milan Spring / Summer Fashion Week…
Luscious white and gorgeous shades of oranges and pinks again captured my attention. I want the entire Fendi collection and have a new found love for D&G. Versace offered its usual spectacular array of feminine pieces that oozed pure siren sex appeal; Just Cavalli’s 1970’s edge was undeniably cool; while Jil Sander’s maxi skirts in lovely shades and patterns was a breath of fresh air.
Meanwhile Prada’s S/S collection was probably the most unexpected. It was a feast for the eyes, offering everything from monkey and banana prints, stripes, florescent coloured furs, and shapes that took inspiration from uniforms – prisoner, postman, sailor, to name but a few. Miuccia Prada’s statement of the collection, “It’s time to be bold”. It is Prada after all….