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The Beckhams at The Fashion Awards. . . . . . . #wwdfashion #britishfashionawards #victoriabeckham #davidbeckham #brooklynbeckham
The Duchess of Sussex wore a one-shouldered Givenchy gown to present Clare Waight Keller with Designer of the Year at The Fashion Awards in London. . . . . . . . #wwdfashion #duchessofsussex #meghanmarkle #givenchy #britishfashionawards
The Duchess of Sussex embraces Clare Waight Keller at The Fashion Awards this evening, after surprising her (and the entire audience) by presenting the Givenchy designer with the Designer of the Year Award. . . . . #wwdfashion #duchessofsussex #clarewaightkeller #givenchy #britishfashionawards
Alek Wek at The Fashion Awards wearing Emilia Wickstead. . . . #wwdfashion #britishfashionawards #alekwek #emiliawickstead
Cindy Crawford with daughter Kaia Gerber on the red carpet at The Fashion Awards, where Gerber was given the honor of Model of the Year. . . . . #wwdfashion #britishfashionawards #kaiagerber #cindycrawford
The Duchess of Sussex surprised Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller tonight in London, as she presented her with the British Designer of the year Award at the 2018 Fashion Awards. Waight Keller is the designer of the duchess’ already iconic wedding dress. Swipe to see the designer’s reaction. 📹: @natalietheodosi . . . . . #wwdfashion #duchessofsussex #clairewaightkeller
Prabal Gurung championed a sense of eclectic freedom in the vibrant mix of colors for pre-fall. The collection, with its simultaneously optimistic and casual thread of the ready-to-wear, could be attributed to Gloria Steinem and the influx of elected female leaders to the House of Representatives in November. Bell-bottom jeans and a denim shirtdress with colorful contrast stitching winked at the women’s movement in the Seventies, while a tailored plaid blazer with playful bell sleeves was without question for confident, empowered women of today, writes @andrew_shang in his review of the collection. . . . . . #wwdfashion #prabalgurung #prefall2019
Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan at the UK premiere of Mary Queen of Scots. Tap for fashion credits. . . . . #wwdfashion #margotrobbie #saoirseronan
While Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton Rothschild made it to the launch of the second-annual CR Fashion Book Calendar in Miami during on Thursday, the actual calendars almost did not. When the truck delivering the calendars didn’t come through, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld had someone from his New York office fly down with 70 copies of the calendar—and 30 minutes to spare, reports @leighen. 📸: @lexieblacklock . . . . . #wwdeye #parishilton #nickyhilton
Chloë Sevigny at Prada Mode’s Art Basel Miami closing party. 📸: @lexieblacklock . . . . . #wwdeye #chloesevigny #artbaselmiami
“Wonderful, beautiful. It was one creative speaking to another creative,”said Riccardo Tisci on working with Vivienne at the launch party for their Vivienne Westwood and Burberry collaboration on Friday night in London, which was attended by Miley Cyrus, Lily Collins, Halsey and more. Swipe for more photos from the event. 👉🏽 #wwdfashion #burberry #viviennewestwood #riccardotisci
Retailers across France were left assessing the cost of another weekend of protests throughout the country, which in Paris resulted in more damage than the prior week, according to officials. Entire sections of central Paris, usually bustling with Christmas shoppers at this time of year, were deserted on Saturday as police faced off against demonstrators across town in the fourth weekend of violent antigovernment protests. Thousands of stores erected wooden barricades and remained shut, as did major tourist attractions and museums, including the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre museum, the Centre Pompidou, the Fondation Louis Vuitton and the Paris Opera, effectively turning Paris into a ghost town — except for the 10,000 protesters in yellow safety vests who descended on the French capital. Galeries Lafayette, Printemps, Le Bon Marché and BHV Marais protectively closed their doors, while LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton and Kering put all their boutiques on lockdown. Paris officials said the damage was worse than the week before, as the protesters were unable to erect barricades and instead fanned out over the city. “We did not avoid the worst. The image that Paris, that the country, has sent the world is catastrophic,” Emmanuel Grégoire, deputy mayor of Paris, told France Inter radio on Sunday. Swipe for more photos. Report by @jdiderich 📸: @xaviergranet
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