Start saving up, you're going to want a pair of Louis Vuitton shoes for S/S 2009. Amazing videos of the Paris Fashion Week show have just appeared on YouTube, and all I can say is 'hello lover'! As you'd expect from Vuitton, the stars of this show were the accessories (the aforementioned shoes, as well as big bow-shaped clutch bags and slouchy shoulder bags) but there's plenty to see on the clothing front too. Watch the vid for lots of denim, some silk pajamas pants and a nipped-in waist silhouette. Part two is under the cut...
Right in the middle of our Wardrobe Swap I caught up with Fiona Sinha and Aleksander Stanic, the duo behind Sinha-Stanic in their East London studio. Fresh from London Fashion Week they talked to me about their influences, their partnership with Cotton USA and their plans for Paris. It was great seeing their studio and getting an insight into their process.
The weather's taken a turn for the worse, but you can still get some great tips for layering and adding interest to your outfit. Take a look at our video where I roped in Zara and Gemma to test out the latest sockettes and over-the-knees from Tights Please.
Launched a couple of days ago iGoogle received a trendy makeover from some of the fashion world's top designers in time for New York Fashion week. Vera Wang, Burberry and Michael Kors are some of the stylish names who have lent their designer touch to the site. I'm plumping for Stella McCartney's lipsmacking lollipop wallpaper. Kiss and Make Up's Zara was there at the New York launch to see how it looks and works.
You might recognise Zara from her usual job as Kiss and Make Up Editor, but at the moment she's acting as our roving reporter round New York and what a job she's doing!
Take a look at our video shot backstage at New York Fashion Week, where Vivienne Tam explains her love for New York city and why it is such a great source of inspiration for her collections.
Because the BET Awards were covered in a gallery, we didn't really have much space (or time) to give our opinions on the red carpet looks. However, we've remedied that with a Celeb Fashion Panel video which somehow never found its way onto the blog at the time. Ah well, it's never too late to remedy that...
As always, the vid is also available on YouTube if you'd prefer.
We've all done 'the walk of shame'. That morning after the night before stroll home (or worse, into work) wearing what you went out in the night before. In this vid, Isabelle and Kelly talk celeb walks of shame, and come up with some tips on how not to look like a dirty stop-out...