This season, we're testing out our layering skills and piling on eclectic necklaces. With this episode of Designer DIY, you'll get that world-traveller feel without heading to a far off destination. All you need are wooden beads, a tassel, and clear invisible thread, so watch on to see how it's done.
Zara's May 2013 lookbook goes a little something like this: statement denim, fresh hues (both bright and light), and pops of fun prints. Starting with denim, we're smitten with two circle skirts that are perfectly retro. And when it comes to colour palette, shades of cobalt, orange, crisp white, and baby pink should cover all the style-setter bases. Floral prints and stripes can be found on suits, skirts, and trousers, while another batch of sleek oversize clutches maintain their status as the perfect day-to-night accessory. For all this — plus a closer look at the Zara's signature cool-girl styling in action — click on for the complete lookbook now.
Australian model Megan Gale is no stranger to the Cannes Film Festival, but this year might be her most glamorous appearance yet! Wearing a custom-made dress created by her friend and go-to designer, Alex Perry, Megan joined four of her fellow L'Oreal Paris spokeswomen — the cosmetics giant has been the festival's official makeup artist since 1997 — on the red carpet at the premiere of Benicio Del Toro's new film, Jimmy P. Megan posed in the rain with stars Cheryl Cole, Eva Longoria, Doutzen Kroes and Jane Fonda, afterwards tweeting to them, "Lovely to meet you tonight . . . Much love to you all". Click through to see all the pictures!
There were two designers whose names were all over the best-dressed lists this week: Christian Dior and Prabal Gurung. Their incredible designs were seen on the likes of Nicole Kidman, Diane Kruger, Jennifer Lawrence and more this week, and we've gotta say, we're seeing some of their best work ever. Diane Kruger might be the only star who can pull off a belly-button-exposing top at a high-class Vogue dinner (and pull it off she did), and we were thrilled to see Jennifer Lawrence opt for something different after a sea of black during the awards season a few months ago. Olivia Palermo showed prints who's boss, Nicole Kidman earned her mega-star status, and Sienna Miller? Well, let's just say we're glad she's back on the scene. See this week's Top 10 outifts when you click through the gallery!
Strap in as we keep up with what our fashion and beauty favourites have been up to this week! Top supermodel Coco Rocha landed in Sydney ahead of the very chic Bespoke summit, held at the Sydney Opera House during the week, while overseas, Sydney girl Phoebe Tonkin hung out (and looked stunning) with Jaime King. Celebrity stylist Romy Frydman took to Singapore to style Collette Dinnigan's runway collection, Rihanna rocked some Chanel flats and Miranda Kerr shared a new snap from Vogue Italia. . . But the cutest picture of the week? It has to go to Sienna Miller, glowing with happiness with her baby daughter on her lap (Marlowe's ponytail is so cute it hurts). Click through to see it all!
The 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival is underway with the help of our favourite A-listers who aren't afraid to show off their style or beauty chops. As the sunny photocalls get under way in the French Riviera, we're highlighting the chic daytime ensembles the stars wear before they hit the red carpet in fabulous gowns— just check out Liv Tyler looking fresh in Tanya Taylor florals, Emma Watson in dainty lace, and Isla Fisher rocking crisp white Dolce & Gabbana. Then click through to see stars doing what they do best: basking in sunlight in perfectly chic daytime outfits for the cameras.
You can imagine the expense of running a store on a busy street in New York City, so nothing screams "success!" like upgrading to a bigger space — and that's exactly what's happening for Zimmermann in September this year. The popular Australian brand will move their flagship store to a bigger premise around the same time that their pretty wares will hit the catwalk for New York Fashion Week. The new flagship, located on Mercer Street, will become Zimmermann's biggest store worldwide and be nestled amongst other big names like A.P.C, Phillip Lim, Alexander Wang and many more. Aussie brands cracking the global market? Check!
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Topshop has launched its festival collection inspired by Kate Bosworth, which ultimately plays into the brand's multi-dimensional, interactive Summer campaign. From the acid-washed denim dresses and buckle-strap wedges to the pink-dipped feather angel wings, silver slip dresses (made for frolicking), and essential white separates, the line-up has Bosworth's mark on every piece. "To gain learning experience from the Topshop design team has been a great opportunity for me. Our intent was to create fresh, wearable, and effortless festival pieces. I am proud of our work together and I adore these pieces," Bosworth said.
Along with the collection debut, a short film shot by Bosworth's fiancé, Michael Polish, entitled The Road to Coachella, was released today, too. The dreamy video reveals Kate Bosworth roaming Mono Lake, CA, in a handful of effortlessly styled Topshop looks. Consider this the beginning of Topshop's Summer campaign — which aims to celebrate British festival style and the discovery of music — and click on for your first look at the collection (to be available online and select peices in the Sydney store soon), campaign, and short film. Images courtesy of Topshop