If you're even vaguely into the royals, Netflix's big new show, The Crown, has been on your radar for a while. And while no, Prince George won't be in this biopic about Queen Elizabeth (a little before his time, alas), there will be lots of political / personal drama, gorgeous palaces...and incredible fashion. Want a sneak peek before the show drops on November 4? Check out this featurette about the show's costumes, and try not to die of envy for all 'Lillibet's' amazing 1950's dresses.
For the final State Dinner as the First Lady, Michelle Obama's choice of dress didn't disappoint, and will certainly go down as one of the most memorable sartorial moments of her time as FLOTUS. The rose gold chain mail dress by Atelier Versace looked incredible, yes, but was also a nice nod to the visiting Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife, Agnese Landini.
It's not the first time Michelle dressed for the occasion: She wore Canadian designer Jason Wu to greet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Sophie Trudeau, and Japanese-American designer Tadashi Shoji to dine with the Prime Minister of Japan.
To debut their collab with H&M, Kenzo designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon threw a fashion fiesta in New York City, complete with dancers and drummers.
On Wednesday night, models walked – and danced – their way around a square runway wearing a collaborative collection that stayed true to Kenzo’s vibrant aesthetic, and will surely be fun to wear.
Patterns ranged from bold florals to tiger stripes and leopard prints in every colour, and we can’t wait to get our hands on the jeans, oversized dresses and kimono jackets.
The show garnered more than a few celebrity guests, who were clearly just as excited as we are about the collab. Lupita Nyong’o, Elizabeth Olsen, Chloe Schevigny and Charli XCX were in attendance in fun looks from the collection.
Looks from Acne, Dior, Givenchy, Chanel and more.
Thick and full boy brows, flat-ironed hair and a statement purple lip was the look at Acne Studios.
Luminous, glossy cheekbones were all the rage on the runway at Balmain, so don't retire your strobing cream just yet.
Models' pouts were pampered with a youthful, ultra-shiny berry gloss – it reminds us of a shade we might have kept in our pencil case in elementary school.
Business in the front, party in the back! The slicked buns on the Dior runway weren't as prim as they looked, when the underside revealed four immaculate plaits. We know this look will be a summer staple when humidity levels are through the roof.
The hair at Elie Saab was sleek and straight, however, the simple move of tucking strands behind the ear elevated the look. We're also lusting over the soft pink pearlized lip, '70s shades and opulent earrings.
We loved the undone, lazy-girl-friendly braids at Etam. It's the perfect option when you find yourself in a summer hair rut. We can't wait to rock them with a pair of oversized aviators and the faint smell of sunscreen.
"Star Trek" meets "That '70s Show". While this look might not be for everyone, we couldn't help but fawn over the precision placement of the bangs.
Proof that the low pony never goes out of style.
Don't throw out your holiday glitter on boxing day. Lips at Manish Arora were garnished with metallic gloss, and paired with bushy, brushed-up brows.
Virgil Abloh's inspiration for spring/summer 2017 was the modern, empowered woman. The powerful collection was topped off with this unique hairstyle, reminiscent of the alt-Instagram girl.