Weekend News Wrap
It has been a wee of interesting industry news, as Anya
Hindmarch announced it is abandoning its London Fashion week show format
and JW Anderson joins the
ever-growing gang of brands combining men’s and women’s fashion into one, personally
I wouldn’t call it fashion but a joke when it came to his designs. You can look a some of the picture of his
previous show here.
Jonathan Sanders revealed that he is
exiting his role as chief creative officer at DVF, effective immediately, Vivienne Westwood released plans of
documentary focussing on her life and career next year.
A sting of Celebes's, including Rihanna, Victoria Beckham and Cardi B rallied to support Keaton Jones, who found fame after calling out bullies at school in a social media video posted by his mother, Kimberly Jones. Adriana Lima hinted that she might be hanging up her Victoria’s Secret wings with a cryptic Instagram letter that announced she will no longer take off her clothes “for an empty cause”; and Victoria Beckham told news outlets what Christmas in the Beckham household is like – including the fact you’ll never see her in a onesie.
As Star Wars: The Last Jedi as we all know has hit the big screens, the cast posed for a series of special portraits for Vouge and executive news editor Olivia Singer mused on Daisy Raidley’s meta fashion choice for the Red-Carpet premiere. The Golden Globes 2018 nominees also sparked controversy as the industry called out the list of all-white male best director nominees and why it just won’t wash. Select nominees, including Meryl Streep, Jessica Chastain and Emma Stone are reportedly wearing all-black in protest of the sexual harassment that has been in Hollywood this year.
In beauty news, Lisa Niven spoke to Kate Winslet about her wonderfully frank take on ageing gracefully; unveiled a new niche perfume brand and shared the team’s pre-and post-part skincare solutions. If your head is not in the party scene, but looking to the next year, Miss Vogue spoke to Holly Fulton on how to make it in fashion.