Hubert de Givenchy’s empire of style

Hubert de Givenchy is a French fashion designer whose name is synonymous with Parisian chic. He’s dressed some of the most iconic and influential women of the 20th Century. Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor, Jackie Kennedy and Wallis Simpson all loved his modest and ladylike designs. He and his most famous muse Audrey Hepburn had a 40 year friendship that was as legendary as the elegant evening gowns, feminine hats and tailored suits that were his trademark. Read more

Blazé is Milan’s latest must-have obsession

What’s in a blazer?  Well, pretty much everything. Regarded one of the most versatile piece in a woman’s wardrobe blazer will upgrade your business style in an instant. So get obsessed with Milan’s latest must-have blazer brand that street stylers adore. Read more

When Richard Avedon captured the beauty of Mykonos

With summer marching on, we can’t help but daydreaming of Mykonos. The Greek island that defined an era of beauty made of jet-setters and windmills under the vivid sun of Cyclades, this idyllic enclave in the middle of the Aegean  which, shortly after Jackie Kennedy became Jackie O. became the It spot for the jet-set crowd of the 60s and 70s. Read more

The Movies/ Hollywood Does Fashion

“It’s not an exhibition about clothes,” costume designer Deborah Nadoolman Landis, the curator of the Hollywood Costume announced at the exhibition’s preview. “This is an exhibition about the movies, storytelling, about caring, about how you can see a movie over and over and over again because you want to be in it.” Read more