Chloe S/S10 brought us back to basics. Although, some die hard Chloe fans were left wanting more when only a few floaty numbers filed out at the end, after all this is what the brand is loved for. With the last collection oozing glamour and dripping with diamontes, this season was all about the cut and the signature Hannah MacGibbon masculine tailoring. Teaming oversized blazers with high-waisted pants, the show was easy chic at its best bringing an easy sensibility straight to your summer wardrobe.
Spotted at Fashion Week, this trend-setter showed everyone how to do the Chloe look perfectly, nipping the pants in at the waist with a super skinny belt and rolling the hems up for the ultimate Parisian vibe. For a fresh contrast against the slouchy tailoring, team with ultra flat gladiators this spring, we know your feet will thank you.
Thierry Mugler's collection of stage costumes for Beyonce, left the singer so inspired that she incorporated the designs into her own clothing line, House Of Dereon. Think spandex, leotards a lots of it.
For those of you who don't fancy looking like you were one of the singers back up dancers in her 'Single Ladies' music video, fear not. The singer has just announced that the brand will launch a day wear line set for release next Spring.
‘Beyoncé and I have had several occasions where we have meetings all day and don’t have time to run and change before dinner,’ said Tina Knowles. ‘This is a perfect collection to wear from the office to dinner because each piece can easily be dressed up or down.’
The collection will be available in all major US department stores and online next Spring.
This weekend's taste of warm weather has us dreaming of summer...or at least a cheery spring. Check out out five favourite sundresses to wear to the park, out shopping, wherever. Remember your sunnies!
Oh, we LOVE a good road test. Outside of interviews with certain endearingly shy designers, there really aren't many chances to witness self-deprecation in fashion. Until someone gets stuck in cream-coloured. Striped. Flares.
Lucy Pavia of The Guardian pulled off most of spring's tricky shapes with ease. But one pair gave her the creeps.
Sorry, still can't get over that line from the Sonia Rykiel show. But since the weather is finally playing nice, and it's almost time for spring, and all of us are thinking about our impending sun-kissed holidays (or at least time out of the office), let's talk shades, shall we?