Celebrity Fashion, Style & BeautyMay 22, 2013
Gabriella Wilde and Roo Panes are the new faces of Burberry's autumn/winter 2012-13 campaign.
The British actress-and-model and the musician have replaced Cara Delevingne and Eddie Redmayne to front the range, and Christopher Bailey, Burberry's chief creative officer, is delighted to have attracted the ''incredibly talented'' pair for the promotion to help bring the collection ''to life''.
Giuliana Rancic was inspired to create her own fashion line by her father.
The TV presenter's dad was a tailor in Naples, Italy and as a result Giuliana always wanted to create her own collection but she insisted costs were kept down on G by Giuliana so that it would be affordable for her fans.
Karl Lagerfeld is to create four limited-edition T-shirts inspired by himself.
The Chanel creative director is to collaborate with British brand I Love Dust to co-design the garments for both men and women under his Karl label, with patterns featuring letters making up his face and designs taking inspiration from a sketch of a leather glove.
Elle Macpherson isn't worried about turning 50.
The 48-year-old supermodel - who was once nicknamed 'The Body' - is happy to embrace getting older as she doesn't think being younger always means being more beautiful.
Roberto Cavalli thinks Cheryl Cole is the ''perfect Cavalli woman''.
The Italian designer - who dressed the 'Call My Name' hitmaker for her appearance on talent show 'The Voice' on Saturday night (26.05.12) - believes the singer is an ideal person to wear his clothes because she is ''strong, confident and sexy''.
Stella McCartney opened her first ever standalone Adidas by Stella McCartney store over the weekend.
The designer - who has created the Adidas kit for the Great Britain team to wear during the London Olympics this summer - chose South Kensington's Brompton Cross in London as its location, which is also home to the her mainline and childrenswear shop.
The Wanted are planning to release a clothing line.
The British boy band - which comprises Siva Kaneswaran, Nathan Sykes, Tom Parker, Max George and Jay McGuiness - feel inspired by the successes other male stars have had with their forays into fashion.
Lenny Kravtiz has designed a range of shoes for TOMS.
The 'Hunger Games' actor was pushed by his daughter Zoe Kravitz into creating a range for the brand, and the company's founder Blake Mycoskie claimed he was a great collaborator because he often sees ''the bigger picture''.
Kim Kardashian wants to be ''skinny for a day''.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star has learnt to ''accept'' her curvaceous figure, but she still wishes she was thinner and wants to have a supermodel's figure.