Ethereal shapes, in luxurious fabrics, are a heavenly way to prepare for spring, says Emma Akbareian
Andrew Haigh will be directing the film while playwright Chris Urch will pen the script
From futuristic fantasy to the return of the slip dress, Alexander Fury and Rebecca Gonsalves look back at the spring/summer 2016 shows for inspiration
Military garb was perhaps the strongest theme in various incarnations at London Collections Men
Alexander McQueen will show its autumn/winter 2016 collection in London in February.
Here are some of 2015's finest books to fire the imagination, engage the grey matter and invigorate the spirit over the festive period
Is fashion today a circus, with designers expected to walk a tightrope between sales and spectacle.
The sequel to the 2001 comedy satire starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson as simple-minded, aesthetically obsessed male models takes slapstick swipes at the fashion industry
Prince George stayed in the warm as the Royal Family attended their traditional Christmas Day church service.
As with clothes, there is a fashion tome to suit every taste. Some will become an invaluable, well-thumbed resource for students and fashion fanatics, while others present a moment of fantasy to be displayed with pride on a coffee table already groaning with beautiful books.
As The Hunger Games sequel hits cinemas, we take a look at the best bits...
On the eve of an exhibition to mark the exuberant personality and career of Isabella Blow, her cousin Simon Blow recounts the extraordinary private life of the woman he knew
Things change quickly in fashion. Recurring trends come round without warning; they are a way of telling the time. (Like florals for spring: don't forget to look yours out now the sun is shining.) Faddish fixes stage fly-by-night coups – witness this season's neon beanie, which burnt so bright at fashion week it practically set itself on fire.
A fashion event for men only is long overdue, says Style Editor Harriet Walker
Add some berry shades to your wardrobe for an intoxicating look, says Naomi Attwood
There were speeches, handshakes, and ever so many parties – but somehow the royal couple have survived a year. Harriet Walker marks the occasion