This week the LBDs were out in full force, or BBD (big black dress) in the case of Dita von Teese.
Demi Moore was spotted in hers on wednesday night at the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style event in Beverley Hills, while Dita von Teese and Gwen Stefani wore theirs to the Fashion Group International's 26th annual Night of Stars at Cipriani in New York.
Last night, amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS research, held thier amfAR Milano event that ran alongside Milan Fashion Week. The foundation, who have held their events everywhere from New York to Venice, opted for Milan this time around due to the Italian fashion communities continual support of their work.
The fashion industry definitely came out to support yesterday evening with everyone from Linda Evangelista and Chanel Iman to Donatella Versace and Dean and Dan Caten from Dsquared2.
Take the model out of the background of this first shot of Dita Von Teese, and you've got the perfect shot for a vintage pinup calendar, no? Miss Dita headed to Milan yesterday for the launch of her new lingerie line, theWonderbra by Dita Von Teese Party Edition.
Dita von Teese brought her legendary sense of glam to the London's Dorchester hotel today, for the launch of her new collection with Wonderbra. The 'Party Edition' of von Teese's lingerie range, which will be available this winter, evokes the mystery of women's vintage veiled hats.
It features refined embroidery, plenty of sequins and removable red-tassel trimmings. Interested? You can check it out here.
Roland Mouret - the man who invented the 'it' dress after Dita von TeeseandScarlett Johansson complained they needed a designer frock that would allow for a bra - is no longer Roland Mouret. He's decided to reinvent himself as RM after a nasty split with Sharai Meyers, his business partner of five years. The designer had signed away most of his licensing rights, so that means, naturally, time for a new name.
"I have never spoken about it," he told the Guardian. "The only thing I said to her was I didn't recognise her any more. I understood then what a divorce was. I have been separated from people I loved, but there – the person I knew was not the person I had met. Not at all. It was shocking. We were both ruthless – I am quite ruthless, anyway – but it was still surprising. I was like: 'Did I love you? Really?' "
Since making his 2005 Galaxy dress for von Teese and Johansson - and having Victoria Beckham wear one of his dresses, and then having the high street copy it like none other - the designer isn't in such a bad place. He's done a dress collaboration with Gap, made a deal with Simon Fuller, won over a list of A-list fans for the RM collection, and now, come up with a new must-have: the tunic-top dress.