The House of Holland show is always a big celebrity attraction and was this season was no different. The FROW had all of the usual faces like Pixie Gledof, Leigh Lezark and Alexa Chung but this season Kelly Osborne attended too. The red leather halter neck dress that she wore to attend the show doesn't look particularly good in photos but in person, she actually managed to pull it off.
Mulberry always have a strong front row but the front row line up at their show this morning was particularly interesting. After Rihanna made an appearance at the Stella McCartney presentation last night, many assumed that she would appear at Mulberry today but instead, all eyes were on Lana Del Rey.
In a twist of marketig genius, the brand dropped a press release first thing this morning announcing that they have created the 'Del Rey' bag in the singer's honour, which they confirmed would debut at the show. Naturally then, it became pretty clear that the 'Video Games' singer would be in attendance and that she was. Sporting the white ostrich skin bag, Del Rey sat front row with Pixie Geldof and rapper de jour, Azealia Banks.
The 'Alexa' bag named after Alexa Chung made sense. Whatever you think of the presenter, her innate sense of style is undisputed and more importantly, it is quintessentially British which matches Mulberry's heritage. Del Rey on the other hand seems to have catapulted to fame over night simple for being an antidote to the pop songs we haven't been able to get a break from recently rather than for anything else. While her debut track 'Video Games' was everywhere last summer, her album continues to get panned by critics and Alexandra Schulman was forced to defend choosing her to cover British Vogue's March issue earlier this month. It therefore begs the question - why would Mulberry honour a celebrity who doesn't have a strong link to the brand and whose credibility is the subject of much debate?
Tonight Glamour hosted their annual Women of The Year awards ceremony in London's Berkeley Square. Guests include Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wearing Stella McCartney, Daisy Lowe and Jessie J. Kim Kardashian also attended wearing a black strapless fitted gown and Lorraine Schwarz jewels as she is currently in London promoting her latest fragrance. Fresh from the MTV Movie Awards on Monday, Kristen Stewart made an appearance what is quickly becoming her signature - a strapless mini dress.
If like us you couldn't get enough of Henry Holland's Fall collection for hosiery specialist Pretty Polly, then you're in luck. The young British designer - who shot to fame with his witty slogan tees - took inspiration from the current trend for lace for his Spring Summer range, which is set to sell out as quick as you can say Wanna Party?
Following on from his quirky A/W collection, Holland has designed lace panelled tights, footless lace tights, contrast house print tights and a lace bodysuit, available in pink, lilac, black and nude and starting from just £12. The range, which was spotted on the catwalk of SS10 London Fashion Week is bound to be a hit - Agyness and Pixie have already been spotted sporting the lace line, so we wonder which pair Fearne Cotton will be favouring come this Summer...
Inspired by the "London girl, and the way she mixes and matches", Henry Hollandlaunched H!, his first collection for Debenhams on Wednesday morning, to a crowd of fans lining up eagerly to get their fashion mitts on a limited signed Bagazine, from as early as 7.30am. The collection is the first in five years for the Designers at Debenhams range, showcasing a mix of prints from ditsy florals to plaid, and modelled by Holland's close friend Pixie Geldof.
Not stopping there, the campaign for Holland's collection with Levi's has just surfaced, starring DJ Leigh Lezark and British model Jacob Coupe, photographed by Matt Irwin. The denim on denim collection epitomises Brit cool, with cutaway detailing and multiple buckles, mixed up with a cream and black breton top for both the boys and the girls. Now, which collection to pick? Henry's favourites are the plaid check suit and floral playsuit from the H! collection, but our heart's set on the Levi's corseted dress...
Calling Milan Fashion Week's top model is a hard task. The likes of Freja Beha Erichsen, Natasha Poly and Anja Rubik - all well established names on the runway - dominate many of the big shows, so it might feel a little intimidating for the new girls on the block. Add Karmen Kass, Pixie Geldof (yes, really), Abbey Lee and Sasha Pivovarova to the mix, and it's easy to see why it might be hard for them to get a look in.
That said, one of the biggest shows in Milan opened with an Omaha native. Russell Marsh, casting director forPrada, appointed newbie Samantha Gradoville to both open and close the AW10 show, which becomes even more impressive after learning that it is actually Gradoville's first season in Milan. So we've spotted the ones to watch for London and Milan, now comes Paris...