Celebrity Fashion, Style & BeautyMarch 11, 2014
Topshop's Sir Philip Green has signed JW Anderson to create a collection for the British high street store.
The Irish designer has previously worked with the shop to create a T-shirt to celebrate Topshop's sponsorship of the British Fashion Council's NEWGEN scheme in February but this will be his first ready-to-wear collection for the brand.
Cheryl Cole has become ''braver'' with her personal style as her career has evolved.
The 'Call My Name' singer claims her musical evolution on new album 'A Million Lights' has inspired her to be more adventurous with the clothes and try bolder patterns and crazy colour combinations.
Muhammad Ali is the new face of Louis Vuitton's latest Core Values campaign.
The boxing legend appears alongside his grandson at his Arizona home in the campaign, which was shot by Annie Leibovitz and will appear in the international press from Friday (15.06.12)
Elizabeth Arden Inc. has purchased the fragrance licenses of Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj.
The company bought the rights of the perfumes by both pop stars from Give Back Brands LLC, as they want to build on their celebrity portfolio.
Kate Moss needs an assistant to organise her wardrobe.
The supermodel admits all her clothing is categorised but because she has so many different garments, she had to draft in outside help to arrange everything.
Alice Temperley is designing another range of organisers for Filofax.
The designer has once again teamed up with the British stationary company to create the new Temperley for Filofax collection, which will be unveiled in time for London Fashion Week in September.
Karl Lagerfeld is to launch a one-off beauty line.
The Chanel designer has teamed up with Japanese beauty giant Shu Uemure to create a range of cosmetics, entitled Karl Lagerfeld for Shu Uemura.
Lady Gaga has landed the prestigious September cover of US Vogue.
The 'Marry The Night' singer - who first posed for the publication in March 2011 - will be the fashion bible's cover star for its all important September issue, which is always the most lucrative edition due to its increased advertising.
Maison Martin Margiela will create a one-off collection for H&M.
The French fashion house has teamed up with the Swedish high street store to design a special range, which will compromise men's and women's ready-to-wear as well as accessories.
Kate Moss has changed her style for the sake of her dog.
The supermodel had to rethink her fashion choices after getting eight-month-old Archie - a Staffordshire Cross - and has even ditched her heels in order to walk the puppy.