Last night was Fashions Night out one major global shopping event which attended by fashionistas, celebrities ,designers and all other fashion elite!!! New york london and paris shops were brought to life with parties,appearances and lots of shoppers from 6pm-10pm #4HoursOfFashionHeaven! Nyc was surly the biggest party!! So here are lots of pics from last nights fab event which i really wish i could have attended! 
Its FNO tonight, the big gloabal shopping event which is deemed "Fashions Biggest Night" and its really just one major fashion party from 6pm-10pm. Cocktails,Designers,Super models,Crowds of fashionistas and a few celebs Justin bieber, Taylor Swift, Oliva Wilde, Victoria Beckham, Usher just to name but a few! I think this is a great fashion night out outfit, it may not be the johnathan saunders fno tee because everyone will be wearing that! This look is stand out fashionista FNO moment. A obvi Mary katrantzou dress in a fab pastel tone with major neutral accessories and pastel,light blue jewleary create a elegent,chic and very stylish look to let you go from DVF downtown to Bergdorfs Ups

Aquascutum Sold!

Aquascutum's administrators announced this afternoon that the sale of the business to its Asian licensee, YGM, has been completed.
"We are delighted to announce the sale of Aquascutum, safeguarding the jobs of over 100 employees and the presence of the iconic Aquascutum brand in the United Kingdom," Geoff Rowley, joint administrator at FRP Advisory, said today. "We hope that, under new ownership, the Aquascutum brand and business will have the best opportunity of success and growth - both in the UK and worldwide."
The sale of the brand and assets includes the UK stores, concessions and head office operations. The administrators are continuing to talk to parties interested in acquiring the company's Corby-based factory, which they hope to sell within the next two weeks. Discussions are also taking place in relation to the concessions operated in Spain and Canada, the company said today.

FNO dates announced

Fashion's Night Out will be held this year on September 6 - and for 2012 all 19 territories that publish Vogue will host the shopping event.
Along with the UK, the US, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Russia, Mexico, Australia and Korea will hold their celebrations on September 6; China, India, Germany and Russia on September 7; Taiwan and Japan on September 8; Brazil on September 10 and 12; Portugal, Italy, Turkey, The Netherlands and Mexico on September 13; Italy on September 18; and Greece on September 20 and 25.
The event, which is the fourth annual Fashion's Night Out, will this year be held by some countries in more than one city. have taken the decision to host Fashion's Night Out in two or more cities this September. Italy will hold events in Milan, Rome and Florence; Germany in Berlin and Dusseldorf; Russia, in Moscow and St Petersburg; Mexico will host events in Mexico City and Guadalajara; Brazil in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro; and in Greece in both Athens and Thessaloniki.

Rihanna's Armani collection

Rihanna has teamed up with Armani Jeans and Emporio Armani Underwear to design another collection, imbued with her own boyish, dressed-down style.
"Rihanna is a great artist," Giorgio Armani said today. "She has personality, charisma and energy, and has been a pleasure to work with. She captures the young and contemporary essence of Emporio Armani Underwear and Armani Jeans perfectly."
The singer  who has been the face of both labels for the past two seasons has created four T-shirts, three denim pieces, a leather jacket and a canvas bag in two sizes for Armani Jeans; and a selection of matching underwear sets for Emporio Armani Underwear.

see collection here: Rihannas collection

Designer Surgeon

Tom Ford,has been baring his soul at the 92Y talk in New York. The designer admitted that, if he weren't a designer, he would like to be doing something more medically inclined.
"In another life I would love to be a cosmetic surgeon because it's architectural," Ford said. "You know, you are trying to figure out where the seams go. Can I do it in one piece like Halston? Can you formaldehyde DNA? A man can't have a facelift very well because they cut here and then you have your sideburns in your ear. I quite like my beard. There is this little gap here. I am always looking to see who's got the hairs growing out of the side of the ears."
As well as noting that he'd love to marry his long-time love Richard Buckley and have children while he's still "able to pick them up," Ford also reflected on his past - talking candidly about the unfriendly letters he received from Yves Saint Laurent, and why he brought Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen into the Gucci Group fold.
"He was very friendly at first," Ford said of Yves Saint Laurent,WWD reports. "We knew each other and he very much wanted me to design the collection. As things started to go well and we started to get good reviews, he was no longer my friend. I actually have some wonderful handwritten letters, very beautiful handwriting. 'In 13 minutes, you have destroyed what I have worked for for 40 years.' I didn't take it very well while he was alive. He was very pointed about me in the press. I haven't seen or talked to Pierre [Bergé] since then, but I have to say one of the reasons I wanted to work at Yves Saint Laurent is that, like most people, I was an incredible fan. I was a little devastated that he felt that way, but then our sales were great, our reviews were great and more and more people were wearing our clothes."
"I took my job very seriously," he said of his time at Gucci Group, now PPR. "I was a good corporate soldier. When François Pinault invested $3.3 billion in our company, I was the only creative designer and I thought it was very important that I was not the only creative designer sitting in this company. So I thought, 'All right, who do I admire, who has potential and who doesn't conflict?'"

No Mothers day

Christy Turlington Burns won't be celebrating Mother's Day this Sunday with the rest of the US, as a mark of respect and a statement of solidarity to mothers all over the world less fortunate than herself. The supermodel conceived the initiative - called No Mother's Day - with her charity Every Mother Counts to highlight the plight of  mothers who have lost their lives unnecessarily.
"No Mother's Day is a social issue campaign - unveiled at a time when people are thinking about their mums the most - to help raise awareness about a global tragedy that takes the lives of 358,000 mothers every year," Turlington Burns said today. "The cornerstone of the campaign is a social issue film that features mums encouraging other mums to join in solidarity by disappearing on May 13, US Mother's Day. No emails, no phone calls, no social media - because we believe that sometimes 'our silence can speak the loudest for all mothers'. We know that this act of solidarity alone won't save lives, but it will raise awareness and that's the first step in making a change."