When Alice Dellal first came on the fashion scene she seemed to be everywhere but over the last year or so she disappeared. Don't worry though because the British model is back with a vengence this season because as well as bagging a Chanel campaign, she also stars in the latest Marc by Marc Jacobs campaign.
I've never been the biggest Dellal fan but the ads aren't too bad. What do you think?
Just because we know you love a good shoe, let us introduce you to the latest collectiom by Nicholas Kirkwood. Like many designers this season, Kirkwood was inspired by the outdoors and gardens, which translated onto multi-coloured floral prints. The collection also featured more graphic floral styles in white on a pink heeled and yellow soled design and metallics, bows and leopard print also make an appearance.
When Versace announced that they are the latest brand to collaborate with H&M, they were the talk of the town but anticipation about the collection has since waned as everyone's attention has been redirected to Karl Lagerfeld's extensive collection for Macy's. But that changed yesterday when this image of Abbey Lee Kershaw in Versace for H&M hit the web.
Wearing a Japanese-style two pieces suit covered in flowers, Kershaw looks amazing but perhaps not wearing what you would expect (and hope for) from a Versace collection. Unlike Lanvin and Matthew Williamson, it looks like Donnatella will steer away from the aesthetic of the brand's mainline and opt for something different. How that will go down with fans is yet to be seen.