If there was a fashion Olympics, we would like to see running in heels, hurdling Hermes Birkin bags and a walk-off. Oh, hang on a minute, it would appear the fashion gods have smiled on London 2012 and we might just get a supermodel walk-off after all!
According to rumours, Britain’s best supermodels are set to strut their stuff in the closing ceremony and we’re talking the likes of Lily Cole, Naomi Campbell, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Georgia May Jagger and Kate Moss – natch.
Of course if the rumours are true, we expect them to be wearing a selection of clothing from British designers such as Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen…and the Daily Mirror says it will all be sound tracked to David Bowie’s ‘Fashion’ and ‘Rebel Rebel’.
We also read somewhere that they will each be paid one pound to take part – but after reading so many stories we’re afraid we might have made that bit up. We’ll just have to wait and see!
Both campaigns are bright and feature two teen favourites – Kristen Stewart and Georgia May Jagger. But Kristen has bagged a high fashion perfume campaign and looks sophisticated beyond her years, while Mick Jagger’s little Girl has cozied up to the Queen of pop’s clothing line, Material Girl and looks incredibly fresh faced. Which do you prefer?
Pics: The Daily Mail
Following in the charitable and fashionable footsteps of Mossy, Twiggy, Sienna Miller and Claudia Schiffer, Georgia May Jagger and Pixie Geldof are the new faces of the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign.
I love the kinda speckley photos for the campaign, which will of course feature heaps of products to buy in some of the UK’s most popular high street chains – M&S, Topshop, River Island, Warehouse. This year the products revolve around three themes: Festival Fever, Royal tea Party and Seaside Promenade (how very Mulberry!) and whatever you buy – apparently there will be friendship bracelets, cute! – 30% of the profits will go to the campaign, which has raised £12 since it started so you can shop guilt free.
There’s something about fringing that is so glamorous Art Deco roaring twenties-style. We loved Georgia May Jagger’s Julien MacDonald number and Blake Lively’s risqué Marchesa frock. Fringing looks particularly glam in silver and Lanvin, Marchesa and Salvatore Ferragamo
But fringing can also be mussed up for a rock-and-roll sixties vibe and looks great with jeans, flat boots and preferably a leather jacket a la Balmain. We’re starting to see plenty of fringed t-shirts and kimono tops popping up all over the high street. Enjoy!
Main pic: WhoWhatWear.
Rimmel London was the party to be seen at last night (assuming you didn’t have to get up early for the start of London Fashion Week.
The make-up super brand threw the shindig to celebrate a decade of Kate Moss as the face of Rimmel (and the launch of her Kate lipstick range, which is pretty brilliant and cheap and chic.)
Here’s our round-up of the best dressed Rimmel girls.
Meanwhile at Somerset House, Naomi Campbell was heading up Toni and Guy’s (rival) party in a daring tux-style jumpsuit. Which super looked best in your book?
Personally we love hair show attendee Olivia Palermo’s colour blocked outfit. Naomi apparently suffered a bit of a wardrobe function on her way home (but who cares if you have a body like hers?)