London’s very own Victoria Beckham has been impressing New York with her latest collection. New York Fashion Week may have drawn to a close, but fashionistas worldwide are still obsessing over the biggest trends showcased in the city this week.
One of the biggest fashion events of the year is upon us. New York Fashion Week.
In 1868 the 27 year old American watchmaker, Florentine Ariosto Jones, founded the International Watch Company (IWC) in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Since then, IWC have and continue to create internationally recognised masterpieces of haute horlogerie – from pocket watches to wrist watches – combining renowned Swiss craftsmanship with modern engineering technology and hydropower from the River Rhine.
In 1983, the husband of the English actress and singer, Jane Birkin, deliberately ran over her woven bag with his car. Tumultuous relationship aside, this began an encounter that would lead to a handbag revolution.
10.30am, February 12th, 1947. On this date Christian Dior presented his first collection at 30 Avenue Montaigne, Paris. The first of many to revolutionise fashion.
Pantone 18-1663 TPX. The rich rouge colour of Christian Louboutin’s sole is iconic. For three consecutive years the designer label won the “Most Prestigious Women’s Shoes” award, in 2007, 2008, and 2009.
The allure of London’s skyline is irresistible. As the days lengthen and summer approaches, our favourite rooftop bars are the perfect destination for a refreshing daytime beverage or a sophisticated evening cocktail.
“Fashions fade, styles is eternal” – Yves Saint Laurent. Some trends are made to reappear in the limelight and they deserve to be rediscovered from the depths of your wardrobe. Here’s our top selection of the biggest statement pieces making a comeback.