Football star turned fashion icon David Beckham has claimed ownership for some of his past sartorial mistakes.
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Pretty Little Thing has turned that viral red wine-stained jumpsuit into an outfit you can actually buy
Spilling red wine down a white outfit is one of the most irritating things you can do on a night out – there’s really no way of salvaging a stark burgundy stain.
There are many dresses that have gone down in fashion history, but none are quite so iconic as Liz Hurley’s famous safety pin dress.
Now that Holly Willoughby is on her summer holiday and won’t be gracing our screens alongside Philip Schofield each morning, fans won’t be able to pore over the stylish star’s on-screen outfits for a while.
Lady Gaga underwent four costume changes and Katy Perry came dressed as a chandelier as celebrities gathered in New York for the Met Gala.
Celine Dion might have stunned the world back in 1999 by attending the Oscars in a backwards tuxedo, but it’s a completely different story in 2019.
When dressing for the Oscars, celebrities can’t just consider the clothes they’re going to wear. Outfits just aren’t complete without some pretty astounding pieces of jewellery to go with them.
At events like the Oscars, you tend to look at what the women are wearing. However, this year Billy Porter has made a strong case for not forgetting the men on the red carpet.
Popstar Katy Perry has come under fire for shoes that are said to resemble “blackface”, spurring the star to make a swift public apology.
Cynthia Erivo stole the show on the Bafta red carpet, turning heads in a stunningly skirted dress.
‘Diversity’ is a word that gets thrown around in the fashion industry, and for many brands it’s reduced to box-ticking and tokenism – but Rihanna champions inclusivity in everything she does.