Scenes at London Fashion Week | Spring/Summer 2013

London Fashion Week, Lana Del Rey, Kate Moss, Alexa Chung, Rebecca Hall, Mulberry

This London Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2013, I check out scenes from the front row, event photos and style shots from the chicest. There is always a certain aura about London Fashion Week that is fresh and subtly exciting. Have a look below!

Mulberry creative director Emma Hill and Kate Moss at Mulberry

London Fashion Week, Emma Hill, Kate Moss, Mulberry

Olivia Palermo at Mulberry

London Fashion Week, Olivia Palermo, Mulberry

Joanne Froggatt, Elizabeth McGovern and Gillian Anderson at Mulberry

London Fashion Week, Joanne Froggatt, Elizabeth McGovern, Gillian Anderson, Mulberry

Leigh Lezark working the bralette and two-piece suit combo

London Fashion Week, Leigh Lezark

Tali Lennox, distressed in leather

London Fashion Week, Tali Lennox

Jade Parfitt in Christopher Kane

London Fashion Week, Jade Parfitt, Christopher Kane

Dita Von Teese in Burberry Prorsum at Burberry Prorsum

London Fashion Week, Dita Von Teese, Burberry Prorsum, Burberry

Elle Fanning looking her age in a schoolgirl outfit at Topshop Unique

London Fashion Week, Elle Fanning, Topshop Unique

Laura Bailey and Poppy Delevingne at Jonathan Saunders

London Fashion Week, Laura Bailey, Poppy Delevingne, Jonathan Saunders

Yasmin Sewell looking casual chic at Acne

London Fashion Week, Yasmin Sewell, Acne

Pixie Geldof working the boxy look at Topshop Unique

London Fashion Week, Pixie Geldof, Topshop Unique

The House of Holland front row

London Fashion Week, House of Holland front row

Hamish Bowles, Mark Holgate and Mimi Xu at Acne

London Fashion Week, Hamish Bowles, Mark Holgate, Mimi Xu, Acne

Hanneli Mustaparta at Acne, loving the soft tension of her shoes against her outfit

London Fashion Week, Hanneli, Mustaparta, Acne

Susie Bubble at Acne, quirky gone wild

London Fashion Week, Susie Bubble, Susie Lau, Acne

Derek Blasberg and Dasha Zhukova, the skinny belt and the ‘slimming’ geometric dress

London Fashion Week, Derek Blasberg, Dasha Zhukova

Phoebe Collings-James in a loose-gauge knit jumper over a printed dress

London Fashion Week, Phoebe Collings-James

Virgina Bates goes long –all the way

London Fashion Week, Virginia Bates

Carri Mundane goes hard and tough.

London Fashion Week, Carri Mundane

Susie Bubble in Nike trainers; really? Works for me.

London Fashion Week, Susie Bubble, Susie Lau

Laura Whitmore goes for head-to-toe feminine flair at House of Holland

London Fashion Week, Laura Whitmore, House of Holland

Alice Dellal, probably the only girl who can rock an ultra-cropped Polo-tee.

London Fashion Week, Alice Dellal

Till next time; this has been London Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2013.

London Fashion Week

Image Credits: vogue.co.uk

W Magazine March 2012 | Kate Moss by Steven Klein

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

Any Kate Moss cover is a huge cover and this time she graces the cover of the W Magazine March 2012 issue. There are two covers: good Kate and bad Kate; concept overdone? You decide. Shot in typical Steven Klein fashion, the cover editorial is dark, sombre and distressed. Coupled with opulent styling by Edward Enninful, Kate Moss wears the The Row, Comme des Garçons, Oscar de la Renta, Balenciaga and Celine among others including several custom headpieces that make this one regal and yet softly provoking editorial. Check out the rest of the W Magazine March 2012 cover editorial featuring Kate Moss by Steven Klein below.

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

W Magazine March 2012, Kate Moss, Steven Klein, Edward Enninful

Also, read about the Good Kate, Bad Kate cover story on W Magazine
Image credits: w magazine/steven klein

LOVE Magazine Issue #7 | Kristen McMenamy by Tim Walker

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

LOVE Magazine Issue #7 is out in stores now and what caught my eye was this awe-inspiring editorial spread featuring Kristen McMenamy. Titled The Origin Of Monsters, Kristen McMenamy is shot by the extravagant Tim Walker with the fantastical use of larger than life insects as props. This peculiar theme is then further brought to life with deconstruction styling done by Katie Grand, making this one mysterious and eerie editorial. Check out the rest of the LOVE MAgazine Issue #7 editorial featuring Kristen McMenamy by Tim Walker below.

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Tim Walker, Kristen McMenamy, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

Love Magazine Issue #7, Kristen McMenamy, Tim Walker, Katie Grand

And if you are guessing who is on the cover or should I say covers –which I will not be featuring here as they did not excite me as much as this editorial– it is none other than Linda Evangelista who reportedly “cost LOVE Magazine a fortune”. The only other cover features Lara Stone and Kate Moss together. Check out both covers on the LOVE Magazine Facebook page.

Image credits: tfs, love magazine/tim walker

Kate Moss | Vogue US September 2011

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Kate Moss in Alexander McQueen.

Kate Moss fronts the cover of Vogue US September 2011 and here’s why. As all of you know, Kate Moss recently got married a couple of months back in July to Jamie Hince where she wore a custom-made John Galliano wedding dress. You have seen the photos but that was not all. The Kate Moss for Vogue US September 2011 issue features never before seen wedding photos of her A-list guests as well as more wedding photos shot by none other than Mario Testino. How’s that for a wedding photographer? Check out the Kate Moss for Vogue US September 2011 editorial below.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Kate Moss wears a Rodarte paillette coat and beaded lace dress. Jamie Hince wears a Lanvin velvet blazer and a Charvet cotton shirt.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Kate Moss wears a Calvin Klein Collection dress by Francisco Costa.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Kate Moss with daughter Lila Grace.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Kate Moss wears a Tom Ford velvet and fur coat. Jamie Hince wears a Tom Ford red velvet jacket.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Kate Moss’s father Peter Moss, Kate and her daughter, Lila Grace.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Naomi Campbell in Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood, Jess Hallett, Kate Moss, Rosemary Ferguson, Sadie Frost and Lucie de la Falaise.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Joséphine de la Baume and Mark Ronson.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Carine Roitfeld and Terry Richardson.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Kelly Osbourne.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Jefferson Hack and Hamish Bowles.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover

Christian Louboutin and Bella Freud.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Lara Stone and her husband David Williams.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Jack White and Philip Treacy.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Daphne Guinness.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Sir Paul and Stella McCartney.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Marianne Faithfull, Karen Elson, and Nick Knight.

Kate Moss, Vogue US September 2011, Kate Moss Vogue Cover
Naomi Campbell and Marc Jacobs.

So is Kate Moss’s wedding that big of a news to warrant a cover story along with exclusive photos in the September issue of Vogue no less? You will have to read the cover story titled Kate Moss: Kiss Me, Kate by Hamish Bowles to find out.

View the full editorial at vogue.com.

Image credits: Vogue/Mario Testino, vogue.com

Daily Reads | Philip Treacy Talks, Harper Seven Beckham, Balenciaga’s New Website, Rihanna New Face of Armani and Catherine Middleton’s Last Look

Philip Treacy talks about art (he is collaborating with Tate Liverpool to curate Conversation Pieces), his former muse Isabella Blow, Kate Moss’s wedding, the royal wedding with more than 30 of his hats on display including Princess Beatrice’s hat of which he said ‘I didn’t give a fuck about 140,000 bloggers’. Plus Lady Gaga wanting to intern at Philip Treacy where she was overheard saying, “Can somebody buy me some brown underwear for tomorrow?”.
Yay or nay? [The Guardian]

The Beckhams welcome their first daughter and fourth child, Harper Seven Beckham. With her birth, there’s finally someone to inherit Victoria Beckham’s extensive bag collection!
Thoughts on the name? [Daily Mail]

Balenciaga goes digital. The new Balenciaga website equipped with e-commerce to the U.S., U.K. and France, with more countries to be added later on, will go live this week. More than 3000 photographs and 200 videos will be added including behind-the-scenes videos of campaign shoots and runway shows. The very first short film featuring the Balenciaga Resort collection shot by Steven Meisel will also be released.
About time don’t you think? [WWD]

Rihanna replaces Megan Fox as the new face of Emporio Armani Underwear and Armani Jeans. The first Fall campaign ads were shot in New York and will be released in September.
Is Rihanna a suitable replacement? [Fashionologie]

The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton reverts back to safe sartorial choices in a Whistles top and skirt with Prada pumps on the final day of her North American tour attending the reception to mark the launch of Tusk Trust’s US Patron’s Circle.
What do you think of her final look? [Red Carpet Fashion Awards]