Photo: TheNonBlonde British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has been very successful with her ‘Rosie for Autograph’ lingerie range in collaboration with Marks & Spencer, and now she has opened up on how she approaches the creation of her pieces. Rosie says she doesn’t like to leave anyone out and designs
Photo: PaperBlog British singer Foxes (real name Louisa Rose Allen) has opened up on how she has crafted her own individual look. Currently the new face of Adidas, the singer reveals that she has always loved mixing sporty pieces in to her wardrobe and often pairs the items with
Photo: FabFashionWeekly British fashion designer Gareth Pugh has revealed that he’s interested in shaking up his catwalk show to give viewers a new experience. When Fashion Week rolls around in September, Gareth says he wants to create a new kind of presentation that pushes boundaries and does something different.
Photo: Zenfs Australian actress Rose Byrne has opened up on her evolving style. She reveals that as a young girl, she would steal clothing from her sisters, but once she moved to London in her 2os, she began to develop her own taste and was inspired by how people
Photo: BusinessWeek Karl Lagerfeld has admitted that he never set out to be “normal”. The Chanel and Fendi designer admits the idea of doing something average with his life has never appealed to him: “I never wanted to be normal like everybody else. I couldn’t do the job I’m
Photo: Zimbio British fashion designer Henry Holland was left impressed while visiting Japan by how flawlessly styled many of the men were. He commented that many people he observed on the street had perfectly tailored trousers that showed off just a little bit of their ankle which they teamed
Photo: Boomsbeat Kendall Jenner has recently managed to make a name for herself as a legitimate model, somehow convincing the fashion industry to forget about her reality family ties and give her a chance to succeed on her own. Kendall says she worked just like any other new face,
Photo: Zimbio British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley no longer feels like just a model. Already with several creative collaborations under her belt, Rosie is now enjoying having a bigger part in the creative process and is glad she is now more established so that people take her opinions on board.
Photo: Mcrfashionweek Australian plus-size model Robyn Lawley has opened up on accepting her figure. The model says that although she is increasingly in the spotlight for her fuller figure, she has been able to ignore her critics and she believes that being a model has helped her fully accept
Photo: Fooyoh Swimwear designer Mara Hoffman, known for her bold tribal printed pieces, has opened up on the pressure she often feels to create something truly amazing and original. Hoffman comments that she does her best to channel that pressure in to something positive and put her own anxieties