It’s the time you’ve all been waiting for, Model @ The Met, where we take a look at all the leggy beauties who took to the red carpet for the 2014 Met Gala in New York City on Monday (May 5).
Liu Wen: There is only one thing 100% guaranteed on Met Gala night: a Zac Posen gown will shut down the red carpet. Liu Wen worked this green strapless ballgown to perfection. Styled with David Yurman jewels and a black clutch, the next few words won’t come as a surprise: best-dressed nominee.
Georgia May Jagger: The British model wore a custom Mugler black and white lined slinky gown with a plunging neckline and satin trim styled with Sergio Rossi asymmetrical
‘Dali’ pumps. This gown is a first for the fashion house’s new creative director David Koma.
The new Fendi boutique opened on London’s New Bond Street on Thursday (May 1), with the celebration being attended by a selection of famous faces.
Suki Waterhouse: The model, who had attended a Prada event the night before, was wearing a head-to-toe Fendi look on this occasion featuring an interesting take on a crop top with a flared mini skirt. Opting for an interesting contrast of polka-dot ankle socks and white pumps, she completed her look with a studded Jimmy Choo ‘ice cube’ clutch.
Cara Delevingne: The model also wore a belly-baring look. Wearing head-to-toe black look consisting an Element Eden’Rascal’ crop top, quilted crop jacket, Tabitha Simmons ‘Eva’ suede ankle booties and J Brand ‘Maria’ super-skinny leather jeans, the face of Fendi’s Fall 2013 campaign added a touch of colour to her look with a Fendi ‘Buggies’ bag.
Poppy Delevingne: Sharing the red carpet with her kid sister, Poppy’s look is my favoured look of these three. Working a laidback look featuring a denim shirt, a dual-colour Mongolian fur gilet and leather pants, her effortless styling and lust-worthy accessories, including the ‘Peekaboo’ mini bag with a furry ‘Buggies’ accent, make this look chic enough for a store opening.
Here we have two faces of Burberry rocking the same Burberry Prorsum suit.
Suki Waterhouse was the first two wear this maroon single button suit with black trims to the brand’s Fall 2014 menswear show back in January, keeping warm with a cream coat slung over her shoulders.
Cara Delevingne wore the same look a few weeks later, sans coat, to Harvey Weinstein’s pre-BAFTA dinner.
While it might appear that there is not much in it, I picked Suki because of the fit of her trousers. Cara opted for larger sized trousers, giving her not only a looser fit but also bunching at the ankles.
The Pradasphere has officially landed, and a party was in order to welcome the exhibition at Harrods that traces Prada’s multivalent obsessions—from fashion and accessories to art, architecture, cinema, sport and beyond. Of course, a host of London lovelies—all in some measure of Prada or Miu Miu—were out in force to celebrate.
Bonnie Wright: The British actress spiked up her blue and white colour-block Prada frock with a leather motorcycle jacket, cobalt-embellished ankle-strap sandals and a sunny yellow mini-bag.
Annabelle Wallis: Sweeping back her blonde locks, Annabelle fully embraced the quirkier spirit of Prada in her bold floral-print, button-down shirt, worn belted with black trousers, grass-green pumps and an aqua-and-black patterned handbag. Somehow she pulled it off.
Samantha Barks: Also in blue, the actress was adorable in a Prada cerulean, white and black striped, off-the-shoulder dress with a full pleated skirt, paired with black ankle-strap pumps and an embroidered blue and cream bag. This look had girly flair without being too saccharine.
Burberry celebrated the launch of their new Shanghai flagship store by bringing London to Shanghai on Thursday (April 24).
Guests, including Burberry family members Cara Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse, Jamie Campbell Bower, Angelababy and Gwei Lun-Mei, took a journey celebrating the Burberry worlds of Britishness, heritage, music and fashion.
Suki Waterhouse: The British model wore a Burberry Prorsum Pre-Fall 2014 romantic, feminine black lace design made sultry by the side slit.
Cara Delevingne: Working a part-boyish, part-feminine look, the model wore a borrowed-from-the-boys cream shirt with a few buttons undone and a sheer crochet skirt, styled with a Burberry clutch and simple black pumps.
Catwalk Queen and budding actress Cara Delevingne celebrated the great and good of the movie world yesterday evening (February 14) at Harvey Weinstein’s pre-BAFTA dinner at Little House Mayfair, London.
Opting for a sharply cut maroon Burberry suit compromising of a black satin-trimmed tuxedo jacket with plunging neckline and sleek cigarette pants, Cara oozed modern sophistication.
Having worn a similar look at Burberry’s Art of the Trench launch last year, it’s easy to see why the one button-suit has become an evening uniform for the model.
Perfect for complementing her androgynous style with just a hint of sexiness and lashings of understated edginess, this is a great red carpet look for Cara, but we have seen better from her.
The minimal accessorising did little to help Cara’s somewhat lack-luster hair, and the trousers are frustratingly a touch too long. Would a smokey eye and some layered gold jewellery notch this strong look up a gear? Certainly, but it is still a good trun from Cara.
You may remember that Suki Waterhouse wore this same suit to the Burberry Prorsum Fall 2014 menswear show last month.