After we told you that Lily Allen is designing her own jewellery line, we managed to get our hands on these short behind-the-scenes video clips of the singer shooting the range's ad campaign.
I was actually really impressed when I saw the collection yesterday. Expect pieces with smiley faces on them, which Lily told Grazia were inspired by 'a tattoo of a smiley face on my wrist, which kind of comes from my love of acid trance music', as well as cute animal pieces and cherry rings.
"When I had my showroom in New York, that's what I was telling guys like Peter Som and James Coviello: 'You have to build your brand' – and they didn't listen. I started The Sartorialist in 2005. By late 2006, I had a serious brand. A brand that meant something."
The photographer said to Canada's 'Globe and Mail'
The past few months have been pretty hard for US Vogue. As previously reported, the ad pages for their September issue have dropped by 36% from last year, with ELLE beating them in pages for the first time.
In light of these problems, recent reports claim that the magazine is quietly revamping. "Think a new circle of models, an influx of fresh, young photographers and a desire for 'unpredictability' in the stories."
Janie Bryant, the costume designer for 'Mad Men', attended a kick-off party for Emmy nominees in this grey printed dress. Of course, we can't say anything bad about the woman who created Betty Draper's style.
I think I’ve always appreciated the world of streetwear. I was always into the girls that would be running around in jeans and a t-shirt, just effortless, not listening to fashion drums. If you think about surfers, they live on the beach, and I really connect with the nonchalance. I always say the paddle-out’s a b*tch, but the ride’s amazing. It’s a good metaphor for life.
The model turned designer tells the Times about her icons