Category - Fashion and Style

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Jen’s Jeans
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Fashion Fringe
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Kate Middleton Beats Cheryl Cole In High Street
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The Largest Fashion Show In Paris

Jen’s Jeans

A crowd turned out uptown at Bloomingdale’s last night for the launch of Hoyle Jackson, a new line of denim and basics by stylist twin sisters Nina and Clare Hallworth and costume designer Geoffrey Roiz. Among the group was Jennifer Aniston, who the Hallworths count as a client, along with the likes of Brad Pitt, Hugh Jackman, Reese Witherspoon, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Kirsten Dunst, to name a few. It was their impressive roster of clients that prompted them to create Hoyle Jackson.

“We created this line out of necessity for clients we couldn’t find things for,” says Roiz, the brand’s founder, who has costumed films like Tropic Thunder and Spider-Man 3. “People are looking for a uniform—something that is simple and clean.” To fill the void, they designed jeans made from Japanese selvedge denim, twill trousers, and a handful of button-down shirts. It looks like a mission accomplished here; Aniston, known for her casual jeans and T-shirt style, looked eager to don denim from the label.

Fashion Fringe

Not to be confused with Fashion East, the collective presentation of emerging London talent founded by Lulu Kennedy and funded by Topshop, the Fashion Fringe show represents the final face-off in a design competition something like a real-life Project Runway. Launched in 2004, Fashion Fringe claims the imprimatur of both the mayor of London and Harold Tillman, chair of the British Fashion Council, and it can count one undisputed success story, Erdem, among its previous winners. This year, the jury included Roland Mouret and Claudia Schiffer, and the three finalists whose collections they were judging couldn’t have been more unalike.

First up was Fyodor Golan, a year-old label designed by Latvian Fyodor Podgorny and Israeli Golan Frydman. The duo met working together at Alexander McQueen, and it was easy to read McQueen’s influence into Podgorny and Frydman’s high-impact, gothic clothes.

Next was American Heidi Leung, who treated dressmaking as a form of collage. Working off a seventies-inspired palette of beige, bright green, and orange, and incorporating craft elements such as embroidery and quilting, Leung laid an instant claim to a distinctive aesthetic point of view. The silhouettes here were a little clunky, but Leung’s ideas deserve further development.

Last on the catwalk was Syria-born, Sheffield-raised Nabil El-Nayal. El-Nayal seemed like a heavy favorite going in—his dramatic, inventively constructed clothes were finessed in all the right ways, and he had the added feather in his cap of having his graduate collection from the Royal College of Art picked up by Harrods. Nevertheless, it wasn’t his night: In what Fashion Fringe creative director Colin McDowell called a close competition, Fyodor Golan carried the day.

Kate Middleton Beats Cheryl Cole In High Street

Kate Middleton has been voted the the queen of high street fashion ahead of singer Cheryl Cole,UFDpoint.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore McQueen for her wedding, but also the clothing worn by the street names including higher Joseph, Reese and whistles of his official duties and the property tour in Canada.
Previous X factor judge Cheryl finished runner-up toKate, with Pippa Middleton in third place. Sister in law,Prince William, who wore a dress Hobbs for a day out at Wimbledon and the payment, is in the spotlight after the fashion has caught the eye on the bottom in the figure-hugging McQueen dress and bridesmaid in a wedding party in the property.

Coleen Rooney, who is the face of Littlewoods, and Mollie King from the Saturdays finished fourth and fifth.

Cher Lloyd, though, was a loser in the style stakes as she was voted as having the worst high street look. Katie Price and Kerry Katona finished joint second, with ex EastEnder Natalie Cassidy and The Only Way Is Essex beautician Amy Childs finishing fourth and fifth in the survey of 3,000 Brits for.

The Largest Fashion Show In Paris

Over 60 brides also paraded on the catwalk, breaking the world record in most brides ever to line up in a fashion show, according to UFDpoint.

Paris, New York, Milan and London on Thursday were four major capitals is the second edition of the “show to the world’s largest fashion”, organized in France until Saturday.

The first part took place on Thursday with 800 models, all anonymous fashion lovers from the street, who marched down a giant catwalk in the centre ofParis between the Opera Garnier and the Galleries Lafayette department store who organised the event.

The participants, each with their own idea, from different ages and origins, brought true energy and delight to the catwalk.
They each had to bring their idea of today s street fashion as they see it in the four big fashion capitals of today.

On Saturday, around 5000 one-day models will also be bringing their own idea of fashion to the catwalks across 50 French towns, beating the world record of the most models taking part in a single fashion show.

Another world record was beaten during the Paris show that of the biggest number of wedding dresses on one catwalk. Sixty five brides, who all had to be married to participate, got the chance to wear their dress once again the time of a catwalk.

Judges from the Guinness World Records were there to watch and awarded the record for the longest line of brides on a catwalk: 69 year-old English DJ Ruth Flowers, also known as Mamy Rock, was in charge of the music.

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