A longtime friend and fan of the icon we've all been mourning this week, Kate Moss dedicated her 42nd birthday to the glittering glamorama of Ziggy Stardust, encouraging guests to channel their inner Bowie for a bash hosted at her home in the Cotswolds. A-listers in attendance included Boy George, fashion photographer Mert Alas, and rebel designer Pam Hogg, who posted an Instagram with the birthday girl in full Starman gear. Sequined lightning bolt and all, Moss wore a 1991 rock & roll bodysuit from Hogg's archives, fittingly paired with platform boots that would make Bowie himself proud.
Yesterday, the London Collections: Men shows wrapped up for the fall/winter 2016 season. While there was plenty to see on the runway (Bowie tributes included), we couldn't help but look on the streets for some stylish winter inspiration. From the ever-dapper Johannes Huebl to the daring FKA Twigs, click through to see who made our list for best off-duty style in London.
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The last day of the London Collections: Men shows coincided with the news of David Bowie's passing. As such an iconic figure in fashion, and one to emerge from British pop culture, it only made sense that he was honored at the quintessentially British Burberry presentation. Not only did classic Bowie tunes lead guests both in and out of the venue, makeup artist Wendy Rowe added Ziggy details of stardust-like glitter around models' eyes.
British break-out brand Wyse London is our favorite sartorial secret as of late - our new non-negotiable go to for stylish weekend wear. Bearing all the comforting effects of head to toe sweats, without the disastrous loss of self-respect that usually accessorizes such a look, it's 100% cashmere, and we're 100% happy.
In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, we're shining a light on another city: London. We asked iconic British eyewear brand, Finlay & Co., for its top holiday picks—items by London-based businesses. Finlay ("ray of sunlight" in Gaelic) has selected a beautiful assortment of fashion, accessories, and lifestyle products.
Every year some of the most fashionable folk come together to attend the British Fashion Awards; an event commemorating this year's best in British fashion - from designers and creatives, to emerging stars and style icons.
Move over Met Ball, Mademoiselle Prive has arrived. Last night, London's Saatchi Gallery played host to the new Chanel exhibition, displaying the haute couture creations of iconic figureheads Coco Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld, who has led the brand since the '80s. Where art and fashion collide, you'll, as always, find a slew of It Girls.
London Fashion Week came and went in a blink - or so it seems. On Instagram, there was plenty of action: parties to attend, collections to see, and front rows to be jealous of. From Burberry backstage to It-Brit selfies, click through for the best moments of LFW Spring/Summer '16!
Last night, one of the biggest bashes of London Fashion Week brought the industry's most influential names and faces together to celebrate, well, each other. Hosted at the chic London EDITION, the Business of Fashion's third annual #BoF500 list launched with a glamorous affair.
Shoe bingo and animal prints - what more could you need? Charlotte Dellal's dinner party equation definitely worked this weekend at her Charlotte Olympia London Fashion Week gathering at Daphne's. The intimate celebration saw the likes of It Boys and Girls like Derek Blasberg, Lauren Santo Domingo, and Arizona Muse, as well as plenty of fun prints from the designer's Spring/Summer 2016 collection.