Miley Cyrus’ Roberto Cavalli Tour Wardrobe Revealed: See The primary Pictures

Roberto Cavalli designs Miley Cyrus tour wardrobe

Roberto Cavalli debuts bespoke designs for Miley Cyrus’ world tour

Roberto Cavalli

Miley Cyrus has become the proud owner of a custom Roberto Cavalli wardrobe, after the coveted designer created a collection of bespoke outfits for her Bangerz World Tour.

Following Cavalli’s collaboration with Beyoncé’s world tour last year, the Italian designer has crafted a collection of 1-off looks for the Wrecking Ball singer to wear on stage.

The six striking ensembles include a black zebra pattern jumpsuit, crystal-embellished denim and a leopard print shorts set. The foremost statement stage look of all though, comes courtesy of a nude jumpsuit, cut from stretch silk tulle and embroidered with Swarovski gems. Wow.

Now picture those diamonds glistening as she twerks.

The exciting collaboration comes weeks after Miley’s debut campaign for Marc Jacobs was unveiled for Spring Summer 2014, cementing her place among fashion’s elite.

Roberto Cavalli designs Miley Cyrus tour wardrobe

Talking concerning the importance of her tour wardrobe, she joked to Hollywood Reporter: ‘Clothes for me, or lack thereof, say a whole lot.’ ‘I shouldn’t have a troublesome time making fun of myself…’ she added. ‘Being fun and carefree – that’s really what the show represents.’

Miley Cyrus kicks off her world tour in Vancouver, Canada on Valentine’s Day (14 February).

By Jessica Bridgeman

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Kanye West FINALLY Wins Over The rage Pack In Paris

Kanye West pictured at Paris Fashion Week

Kanye West debuts his latest A.P.C collection in Paris


Kanye West has sent his second clothing collection for A.P.C down the catwalk at Paris Men’s Fashion Week.

Kim Kardashian’s husband-to-be can have been feeling the nerves previous to the runway outting, together with his first two on-schedule shows being panned by fashion critics in previous seasons.

‘I’ve had a foul education in fashion,’ the Yeezus rapper admitted within the French capital, as he compared his first few collections to ‘hopping in a Lamborghini and driving really fast’.

Now though, Kanye West thanks A.P.C founder Jean Touitou for ‘teaching me the best way to drive,’ reports WWD.

Seeming to dip more into his own wardrobe, the hot collection includes baggy cargo pants, Parka coats and a lot of stone-wash denim.

‘I’m turning out to be ready to express myself,’ Kanye West tells the craze pack in Paris. Marking himself against ‘designers [who] are making them slimmer so the pockets get smaller. You can not fit anything in them.’

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian pictured at Paris Fashion Week

‘As you’ve heard in my interviews during the last year, people was like, ‘No you can’t design, you don’t have any ideas’,’ he adds. ‘I think it’s a giant step for Jean, who’s an excessively respected designer with a minimal approach, to present me the chance.’

Explaining the intention behind his move into fashion, the rapper says: ‘As a fan you cannot wear a CD and feature someone compliment you on it, but you could with clothes. That’s why I’m doing this. It’s about giving back to the Earth.’

Kim Kardashian also turned out to support her fashion beau, accompanying him in Paris.

By Jessica Bridgeman

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British Fashion Council Announces Its Fashion Forward Initiative Winners

Shoe designer Sophia Webster walks the red carpet

Shoe designer Sophia Webster is definitely one of the winners of the British Fashion Council’s intiative


Sophia Webster have been announced as among the three lucky winners to be awarded the Mayor of London and British Fashion Council’s Fashion Forward prize.

The shoe designer, together with womenswear designers J.JS Lee and Nasir Mashar, might be supported by the Council for 2 consecutive seasons, AW14 and SS15. Which means for the primary time EVER, J. JS Lee will open London Fashion Week, with a highly-anticipated show at 9am inside the BFC Courtyard Show Space on Friday 14 February.

Nasir Mazhar will then show his collection at the same day at 4pm on the BFC Courtyard Show Space and Sophia Webster will present her collection from 10.30 – 12.30pm on Sunday 16th February in Covent Garden. Exciting!

Nasir Mazhar walks the catwalk at his latest fashion week show

Caroline Rush, Chief Executive of the British Fashion Council tells us: ‘Jackie, Nasir and Sophia have come in the course of the ranks and couldn’t be more deserving of this level of popularity. Each of them has an excessively distinctive design aesthetic, their visions very different from each other, however together they a great deal share the limelight it’s shining on London promptly.’

We couldn’t agree more.

Fashion Forward was established in 2009 and sees the winners supplied with the funds to offer their collections. It’s judged by a panel of key industry experts, including Caroline Issa, and Caroline Rush, plus key journalist and industry execs.

Congrats, guys. Boy, are we excited to peer the shows.

By Rebecca Martin

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Debenhams Makes Plans To Celebrate 200th Birthday

Butterfly by Matthew Williamson for Debenhams

A dress from the anniversary collection by Butterfly by Matthew Williamson

200 years at the high street is a long time, and definitely something worth celebrating. And so it sort of feels fitting that Debenhams would be creating a big style statement to mark their landmark birthday, by launching a limited edition capsule collection created by their family of famous designers.


The collection will include four evening dresses, four coats, handbags and handbags. The coats was designed by J by Jasper Conran, Preen/Edition, Betty Jackson Black, and H! by Henry Holland. Meanwhile, the dresses come courtesy of Star by Julien Macdonald – who has created a gold sequinned number -, No. 1 Jenny Packham,  Rocha. John Rocha and Butterfly by Matthew Williamson.


The limited edition collection goes on sale in store next month, but when you must you’ll want to search out a chunk, you are able to put your name on a waiting list now.

Happy shopping!

Email to get at the list. OM

Vivienne Westwood Launches Cambridge Satchel Company Pirate Collection

Vivienne Westwood Red Label Spring Summer 2014

Vivienne Westwood Red Label SS14 debuts at London Fashion Week

The Cambridge Satchel Company is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a bit help from Vivienne Westwood and her 1981 Pirate collection.

The legendary British designer is teaming up with the now-coveted bag brand for a different collaborative collection this October.


Taking inspiration from Westwood’s iconic Pirate Boots, two new satchels will boast original ‘Squiggle’ prints, in addition to pale tan details that copy the favored shoe design.

“We’ve brought a quintessential British bag back into fashion and so once we thought of a dream British brand to work with on an anniversary range, Westwood was the obvious choice for a collaboration and to maintain the logo moving in a manner direction,” says Cambridge Satchel founder Julie Deane.


The anniversary bags might be available at Vivienne Westwood and Cambridge Satchel stores from October, with two sizes priced at £195 (14”) and £165 (11”).

We can’t wait to peer the overall bag design. JB