Wear what you vote - Republican red or Democrat blue?
My husband has gone to bed early so he can watch the election coverage tomorrow morning. Me? I just colour coordinate. We are so on the same intellectual level.
New York-based label VeraMeat is offering 20% off if you voted: read my interview with designer Vera Balyura
Topshop releases designer t-shirt collaboration
Christopher Kane, Erdem and Richard Nicoll have collaborated with Topshop on a t-shirt collection in honour of the store’s 10-year anniversary of supporting young fashion talent.
Along with other designers who have benefited from the British Fashion Council’s young designer support scheme NEWGEN, sponsored by Topshop, they will each design a limited edition t-shirt embodying their signature aesthetic.
Other designers participating include Peter Pilotto, Gareth Pugh, Roksanda Illincic, Jonathan Saunders, Mary Katrantzou, Emma Cook and Marios Schwab.
The shirts will be available from the Topshop store in Melbourne and online at topshop.com during London Fashion Week, with proceeds donated to a charity to help homeless young people in Britain.
Published: Street style with attitude at London Fashion Week
‘This season’s colour-blocking trend mixed with a dose of gritty Brit attitude summed up the street style at London Fashion Week.
The London fashion pack took their typical irreverent approach to style, pairing black body-skimming pieces and sultry, tough-girl attitude with bubblegum pink lipstick and fluoro yellow clothing from Christopher Kane.
Blogger Columbine Smille threw a tomato red Cos vest over a Ralph Lauren shirt in a homage to preppy high school Americana and amped up the attitude with a leather-look skirt, while model Hanne Gaby Odiele combined fashion, fun and feistiness with zippered Rodarte trousers, a fluorescent lime Christopher Kane jacket and a toy unicorn peeking out of her bag.’
See more of my story and Candice Lake’s street chic pics at vogue.com.au