Roberto Cavalli

From gothic lace to dramatic lines and statement jewels, Britain's brightest stars have been channeling their inner punk on the red carpet this spring. Mohicans optional.
It seems that even on the fashion drawing-table, unequal representation is the rule. If Beyonce (probably the most wealthy and powerful woman in the western world) can't make having hips and thighs not only fashionably acceptable, but also desirable---who the hell can?
Beyoncé in Cavalli, according to Beyoncé's Tumblr: Beyoncé is famous for keeping tight control over photos of herself, so
To this day I don't wear fur. Although I don't have anything against people wearing it as I believe it's totally a personal choice. There is, however, one thing about fur I can't deny - it's making a comeback, and in a major way.
So you can all sigh with relief-- you won't have to endure seeing my photographs daily on my blog.
With the four main Fashion Weeks just around the corner, I am looking forward to finally seeing the latest collections from some of the world's best designers. Whether I am lucky enough to be present at the shows, or if it's a case of catching up online afterwards, September marks the time of year I make my imaginary shopping list of coveted items, either for my styling clients or myself. With a jam-packed schedule in each city, and a host of brands to choose from, it can be a difficult task to name my favourites, however, I have tried to encapsulate below my "must-see" shows, and the designers I will have my eye on this season.
Yesterday we were marvelling at Marni's chair collection, and now today we're reeling over the revelation that Roberto Cavalli
Oh we do love a new designer-charity initiative (who doesn't love a spot of conscience-easing feel-good fashion?) and this
Of all the Spring/Summer 2012 ad campaigns, Roberto Cavalli's is the most attention-grabbing of the season.
Miley Cyrus - and her frankly impressive rack - rocked a pale yellow full-length gown with a plunging neckline at the CNN
It's that time of year again! The X Factor live shows are officially upon us, and naturally it's not just tears, tantrums