Celebrity friends of Chanel’s late designer Karl Lagerfeld have staged a final tribute to him in Paris.
Royal Ascot is as much a social occasion as a sporting event, and racegoers take the opportunity to turn on the style, from chic hats and summer dresses to sharp suits.
A series of proposals aimed at ending the era of throwaway fashion have been rejected by the Government, a cross-party group of MPs has said.
As the three-day US state visit to the UK comes to close, fashion-wise all eyes have been on the glamorous Melania Trump, and she hasn’t disappointed.
Melania Trump is known for her carefully curated wardrobe, and her first outfit for the presidential state visit to the UK is no exception.
Fashion brand Oh Polly received a huge backlash after it launched a separate Instagram account to promote its plus-size clothing.
Rihanna is partnering with LVMH to launch a new fashion label.
The annual Gray’s School of Art Graduate Fashion Show will take place this weekend, showcasing a variety of fashion and textile work from soon-to-be graduates.
Lady Gaga underwent four costume changes and Katy Perry came dressed as a chandelier as celebrities gathered in New York for the Met Gala.
Jameela Jamil has hit out at designers for making “tiny, tiny, little samples” after trying on a dress that “exploded open”.
Two Aberdeen students have been commended for their creativity at the annual Tailor’s trade awards.
A colourful catwalk show blocked roads in central London as part of a protest highlighting the impact the fashion industry has on climate change.
German-born fashion designer Stefani Grosse will give an insight into the increasing pace of globalisation when she speaks at next month’s Entrepreneurial Scotland summit in Gleneagles.
Holly Willoughby brought the glamour to the Dancing On Ice semi-final in a stunning burgundy dress.
The Oscars might be a firmly Los Angeles event, but there was still a good representation of British talent on the red carpet.
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.
All eyes are on the Oscars red carpet to see what celebs will be wearing on the most glamorous night of the year.
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.
Fendi ended its fashion show with a tribute to the “disreputable” style of its late creative director Karl Lagerfeld.
Fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld has died aged 85, according to media reports in France.
Ashley Roberts led the red carpet with an on-trend ensemble at the press night of Rip It Up at London’s Garrick Theatre.
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.
Lady Gaga took a page from Angelina Jolie’s fashion book as she stunned on the SAG Awards silver carpet in a plunging white dress with a thigh-high split.
When you think of luxury fashion brands like Chanel, Christian Dior, Versace or Valentino, you will likely associate them with Paris or Milan rather Aberdeen.
Couture gowns worn by Princess Margaret, Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence and ballerina Margot Fonteyn will be among the star items at the V&A’s Christian Dior exhibition.
Cheryl sparkled in silver as she walked the runway at Paris Fashion Week.
Model Slick Woods has thanked her “multifaceted, immortal boss” Rihanna after she walked in her show while heavily pregnant.
Comedian Steve Coogan and model Daisy Lowe supported Alexa Chung as she showcased her designs in her first London Fashion Week show.
Fashion designer Victoria Beckham has sparked a new craze which sees people taking photos of themselves wearing carrier bags.
‘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.