Lady Gaga is believed to have paid a world record price for a gown by her late friend the fashion designer Alexander McQueen.
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Friday 22 June 2012
She's a walking fashionplate, a couture-clad collector. So why is Daphne Guinness selling her clothes?
Saturday 05 November 2011
In an exclusive interview, Karl Lagerfeld talks to Susannah Frankel about iPads, Nietzsche and what he really said about those Royal Wedding outfits
Friday 08 July 2011
What do you expect if you invite the fashion world's most notorious photographer to the rock n' roll wedding of the century?
Monday 25 October 2010
Daphne Guinness, the brewery heiress, now lives in a rather swanky apartment on New York's Fifth Avenue, where she has a bit of a legal problem, the New York Post reports. Her neighbours, Karim and Tina Samii, who own the $12m (£7.7m) flat downstairs, are suing her for repeatedly flooding their place with overflowing bath water. The couple claim it's happened four times in the past two years.
Wednesday 07 July 2010
Giorgio Armani presented his new autumn-winter collection yesterday to an A-list crowd for Paris Haute Couture fashion week. His Privé collection was based on the amber gemstone, using its every shade, from sandalwood to gold. There were lustrous evening gowns and tweed skirt-suits.
Monday 01 March 2010
What are you wearing right now?
My Fairtrade cotton PJs. I've just got back from filming in New York. I don't usually wear pyjamas at midday, but I'm still adjusting to UK time.
Sunday 28 February 2010
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Sunday 20 September 2009
Sunday 01 March 2009
Forget the outfits — hats trumped haute couture at last Monday's V&A bash celebrating milliner extraordinaire Stephen Jones's headgear exhibition.
Skinhead violence to fish markets - radical perfumiers are finding inspiration in the oddest places...
Sunday 18 January 2009
The high street may be awash with easy-on-the-nose perfumes, but a new wave of creatives are coming up with less conventional formulas that offer a refreshing alternative to the mainstream. The photographer Nick Knight, the artist Sissel Tolaas and fashion designers such as Boudicca and Gareth Pugh are just a few to have developed more confrontational scents, and the results are altering the world of perfumery for good.
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