Salvatore Ferragamo Fashion show

Persol Magnificent Obsessions event. 

Emma Stone doing spider man related things:D

Out & about

 Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations event

Other things that cant be categorized:D


Stars in Dior

DIOR's most faithful fashion fans have become the subject of a new book and exhibition, from past Hollywood icons - such as Marlene Dietrich,Marilyn Monroe and Sophia Loren - to cinema's current crop of acting talents, including Natalie Portman, Charlize Theron and Kristen Dunst.
Stars In Dior -  which opens in France at the Christian Dior Museum on May 12 until September 23 - looks back at women throughout history, who have all worn the label's clothes - featuring recent pictures of its current fragrance muses, Natalie Portman and Charlize Theron, as well as archive images of Elizabeth Taylor and Grace Kelly. Each picture shows a star wearing Dior in a different way, whether pared-down with jeans like Marion Cotillard or pretty and gamine like Jean Seberg. Other highlights include illustrations of its famous gowns.

The big three!

THREE of the biggest Italian fashion labels have seen a healthy year of growth - with and without IPO listings.  Versace returned to profit in 2011 - with earnings of €8.5 million compared to a loss of €21.7 million in 2010 - whilst Salvatore Ferragamo and Prada, which both listed on the stock exchange in the past year, saw net profits lift by 69.8 per cent and 72.2 per cent respectively.

Maternal muse

Arizona muse unlike many other models, she didn't feel the pressure to get back on the catwalk as soon as she gave birth.
"There are plenty of models who have children," she said. "At first I was like, 'I'm going to be fat forever!' I think we all feel that way after we have a baby. I threw away so many clothes thinking that it would be so depressing having them sitting in my drawer when they're never going to fit me. I got rid of my favourite pair of jeans, which of course would fit me now. You just have to give your body time. You can't have a three-month-old baby and think, 'That's it for me.' I tell mothers that you have to wait a whole year before you start judging your body, before you start working on it. Just give yourself a whole year of rest… I think my body was better after I had a child, actually. I prefer my body now to what it was like before I had Nikko - although I exercise now and I didn't then."
Although the 23-year-old single mother admits managing her career - from  Prada catwalk to  Vogue cover - was tricky at times, she made her son her priority.

Sister brand

H&M has reportedly registered trademarks and a logo for a new brand called "& Other Stories," Swedish news service Dagens Nyheter reports. The label confirmed last week that it is set to launch a new label, but has not yet confirmed its name or any further details.

Plan A

In an interview promoting her debut novel, Can We Still Be FriendsVogue editor Alexandra Shulman says she never planned to have a career in fashion journalism.
"[The idea of becoming a writer] was my idea of a nightmare," she said, "I wanted to be a hairdresser."
It was only after "accidentally" landing a job as an editorial secretary at the now-defunct women's magazine Over 21 that she worked out where her future lay.
"I loved being in a magazine office and I think from that point I knew what I was going to do," she told theObserver.
She wouldn't, however, want to trade places with today's generation of young women - firmly stating that she wouldn't ever feel inclined to have a vajazzle, for example

The new carrie

Another Monday, another weekend's worth of pictures of AnnaSophia Robb - the actress playing a young Carrie Bradshaw - from the set of The Carrie Diaries. This time, a typically Carrie look of sequinned dress and bright shoes was the highlight.