Sunday brunch is an inevitable tradition for New Yorkers, however the British are just starting to catch on to this sacred New York tradition, making the concept of brunch less of a rarity. These European-style brunch spots are the perfect compromise between a typical New York brunch and a Londoner’s weekend breakfast. An in contrast to New York, most of these places take reservations so you won’t have to wait in line for an hour before indulging!
Step aside London Fashion Week! Last Saturday marked the 14th Annual DONT (sic) WALK Charity Fashion Show in St Andrews, Scotland. Known around the world as the event where Prince William really noticed Kate for the first time, DONT WALK was founded in 2001 the wake of the 9/11 attacks as a means of support for St Andrew's uniquely international community.
Nobody's afraid to be daring in London, but the city nevertheless cultivates an ever-present sense of classic style. As we round out the last of our London Fashion Week street style shots, click through for the ladylike looks worn by some of your favorite fashionistas.
The BRIT Awards are the biggest night in UK music. British as well as international artists all came together in London's 02 Arena yesterday to celebrate the music industry's achievements of the past year. It was a night of fabulous performances (Taylor Swift's opening rendition of "Blank Space"), well-deserved wins (Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran), and one dramatic tumble (the Best Recovery award must surely go to you, Madonna). Of course, it wouldn't be a proper awards show without a star-studded red carpet and some killer fashion. GofG picks our favorites here.
It always seems that London Fashion Week goes by so fast because we're still recovering from NYFW. Please, Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevingne, tell us where you get your seemingly endless energy? If you couldn't make it across the pond and have intense #FOMO, we've compiled the highlights via Instagram so you can be in the know. See you next year LFW!
Before everyone jets off to Milan for the third round of shows and schmoozing, let's take a final look at the best of London street style. From models off-duty to big-time editors and stylists, we snapped the most stylish looks from LFW. Click through to see Natalie Joos, Caroline Issa, Preetma Singh, and more!
It seems awfully intimidating to dress for an event aimed entirely at your style, but plenty of fashion's biggest It-girls pulled it off flawlessly. The 2015 Elle Style Awards were held last night in London, where everyone from Taylor Swift to Simon Cowell were honored with big wins. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was named Model of the Year, while Cara Delevingne took home the Breakthrough Actress award. Click through for the stars who stunned at the fashion-focused celebration!
Where can you find Dior ice cream, chic cotton candy, and supermodels serving cookies? Only at the World's First Fabulous Fund Fair, of course! Though we must admit, "fabulous" seems like an understatement. Last night, Karlie Kloss and Natalia Vodianova co-hosted the fashion carnival in support of Vodianova's Naked Heart Foundation, ending London Fashion Week with a glittering bang. Taylor Swift, Ellie Goulding, and Cara Delevingne came out to support their friends straight after the Elle Style Awards, and what a nightcap it was. Kloss served up her klassic kookies, Eva Herzigova ran the ice cream stand, and guests gulped down shots at the cheeky kissing booth. Click through for an inside look!
Despite all the action happening in LA this weekend with Tom Ford's show and the Oscars, plenty of fashion's biggest names were running around the streets of London for the start of LFW. We had our photog on the scene to capture all the best street style moments so far.
It's been years since London Fashion Week stopped being seen as the odd one out of the fashion super pack that also includes New York, Paris, and Milan, and started being given the creative respect that it deserves. London Fashion Week presents some of the most innovative, awe-inspiring designs on its catwalks season after season. The British capital is a particularly exceptional city for fashion design; in no other metropolis do history and modernity intersect quite so seamlessly. London has it all: the iconic heritage houses (Burberry, Mulberry), the mischievous revolutionaries (Vivienne Westwood, Gareth Pugh), and the shining new supernovas (Christopher Kane, Roksanda Ilincic). And that's just the tip of the iceberg.