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The BFF’s finally reveal what took them so damn long to collaborate.
We love Victoria’s Secret as much as the next person, but sometimes it’s nice to see lingerie without pinwheels, feather-covered babies, or NSFW videos. That’s why this lookbook for Stella McCartney’s fall/winter lingerie line is so incredible: it’s simple.
Considering that her father is Sir Paul McCartney, we tend to imagine Stella McCartney’s campaigns with a soundtrack, and this season we’ve been thrown for a loop, settling on Kendrick Lamar’s “Swimming Pools (Drank)”, as oversized plaid coat-festooned Chiharu Okunugi submerges herself in, you guessed it, a swimming pool. Perhaps, it’s a stretch, but McCartney deemed the campaign surreal, so we’re just kind of going with it.
British tennis champion Laura Robson models Stella McCartney’s debut tennis collection for Adidas, and thus motivates us to tune into Wimbledon.
It’s more is more for many designers this resort season, who are taking the #blingring hype and sprinting with it. And we’re not complaining – there’s something about ostentatious embellishment that plays to our inner child while making our inner Anna Dello Russo ravenous.
What is Cannes and why do we care? We can’t seem to remember now that Mademoiselle Yulia (a Japanese DJ and singer who we admittedly had to Google) showed up at a Stella McCartney party in Tokyo bright and stunning in canary yellow.
Yeah, yeah, we know it’s still February and just last week we were still trudging our way through a blizzard. But with the sunny day outside and this perfect warm weather look sported by Emma Stone, we’re just about ready to say so long to winter and hello to spring.
Vogue brings back Vogue Festival to educate the humble masses on the fashion industry.
Beyonce gives us a glimpse backstage at the Super Bowl! Plus a preview of the Comme des Garcons for Hermes collection, vintage looks for NYFW, and plenty more to feast your eyes on.
Stella McCartney is one of those kickass designers that we just can’t get enough of. As such, she gets the honor of being profiled in Garance Doré‘s latest episode of “Pardon My French”, and naturally, we just became more obsessed with the designer.
Stella McCartney had a great year, what with designing the British team’s Olympic uniforms, dressing Kate Middleton, and winning major accolades at the the British Fashion Awards. Well, 2013 is already looking to be pretty awesome as it’s been announced that she’ll be receiving an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire award, or just plain ol’ OBE.
This year’s British Fashion Awards had pretty much everything you might expect. There were accents! Quirky outfits! Royals! But who took home the awards? And who wore what on the red carpet? We’ve got all of the deets.
Earlier this week, we caught Kate Middleton and Prince William doing some very cute and jealousy-inducing things at the Olympics. Their adorabless continued this morning when they did the wave while watching Andy Murray own the tennis quarter finals. This afternoon, Kate and Will finally gave us the greatest gift of all — royal PDA!
Where Kate Middleton goes, a repeat outfit is sure to follow. And she makes it look so chic! This morning, the best dressed lady in the world watched Andy Murray dominate the tennis quarter finals in a cobalt blue Stella McCartney shift dress and her trusty navy Smythe blazer.
We were so enamored with Kate Middleton‘s sleek Roksanda Ilincic frock and chic updo at the Creative Industries Reception that we barely noticed others at the event. Fancy Brits like Stella McCartney, Lily Cole, and Fearne Cotton hung out with Kate, and totally made us jealous. While the Duchess obviously wins best dressed, who came in at a close second?
Other than saying “You’re welcome for providing your daily LOLZ”, we will present this to you without comment. Because there really are no words to adequately describe this. Happy Saturday!
We thought that the uniforms Stella McCartney designed for the British Olympic Team were pretty great, even if others didn’t. In an interview with the Financial Times, McCartney delves into her design process and explains her thoughts about the negative critiques.
Kate Middleton stopped by London’s National Portrait Gallery this morning in a blue Stella McCartney shift dress and a fancy Cartier necklace. Kate looked fantastic. Then again, girl could make a paper bag look good.
Real-life couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield stopped by South Korea today to promote The Amazing Spider-Man. They wore great outfits and awesome shoes, but whose footwear reigned supreme? You decide.
Kristen Stewart wore a Stella McCartney ensemble to the LA premiere of Snow White and the Huntsman yesterday — and she seriously mixed it up!