Ok, we'll elaborate. The truly awesome Farfetch, a collection of the world's most interesting and inspiring boutiques is having one huge sale ahead of Christmas AND they're running free shipping to Australia for orders over $180 until 19th Dec.
We thought amazing, lust-inspiring designer bags were as good as it gets . . . until we spotted their pint-size counterparts. Some of the hottest statement pieces are available to shop tiny too, should you want a lighter version for nights out, busy holidays, or marathon shopping expeditions.
The Catching Fire tour is heating up, thanks to Jennifer Lawrence's latest appearance in a crop top. The actress hit the Madrid photo call for the film in a sleek, bright blue Alexander McQueen top and skirt set, Monique Péan earrings, and black-and-white pumps. It's a bit of the departure for Jennifer, who's stepped out in Dior and Louis Vuitton dresses thus far.
Of course, as far as we're concerned, Miss Lawrence pretty much owns any red carpet she walks. Do you agree?
The race that stops the nation has been and gone, but we're still just as interested in the frocks and fascinators that hit the track today. And with Coco Rocha, Kate Upton, Jennifer Hawkins, Laura Dundovic, Lauren Phillips and Dita Von Teese on the guest list, who could blame us?
Laura Dundovic gave us a sneak peek at her bright red lip, sculptural Kerrie Stanley headpiece and hotly-hued Aurelio Costarello dress, while Jennifer Hawkins allowed a glimpse at her red Nerida Winter headpiece, Alexander McQueen bag and Yeojin Bae dress.
Head on through for a first look at who is wearing what at this year's Melbourne Cup. Giddyup.
You'd be hard-pressed to find two style icons rocking the same look (after all, nothing more stylish than individuality!) but one thing they've all been advocating? Zippered clutches. And we don't mean any old zips scattered anywhere on an envelope-shaped bag — these pretty pieces all subscribe to the idea that handbag contents are best accessed from the top. Having been carted around town by street style stars and models alike, it's clear that there's a new It bag on the scene, and just in time! With the weather heating up, there's no place for totes or heavy shoulder bags. Snap up an easy clutch and save that bag-toting energy for lifting up cocktails instead. Shop our top 10 picks here!
When Kate Middleton walked down the aisle to marry Prince William in Alexander McQueen, we should've known one of the great modern fashion pairings was being made. Ever since the gown heard 'round the world, the duchess has kept up appearances . . . in, of course, McQueen (including a very special recent appearance with the newest man in her life).
We predict it's a twosome that'll go the distance.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's son, Prince George, was christened today — and, as we fully expected, Kate Middleton stepped out in another stellar style for us to covet. The Duchess wore a cream-coloured Alexander McQueen ruffles and a matching fascinator for the event. Elegant, yet sophisticated, the perma-polished new-mum's outfit is certainly worth seeing from all angles.
As previously reported, Prince George wore a replica of the royal christening robe that was made by Angela Kelly. The robe is an exact replica of the robe that was used in 1841 to christen Queen Victoria's firstborn. The original gown was used to christen every royal baby until 2004, when a replica was made due to the deterioration of the fabric. Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor was the last child to get christened in the original gown, and the replica was first used in 2008 to christen Prince Edward's children, James and Sophie.
Step into the gallery for a better look at both of the special occasion looks.
No one wants to be that girl carrying her shoes home at the end of the night, or — now that it's Spring Racing Season — at the end of the day. We've all been there: blisters bursting, toes screaming, ankles about to give way — and usually not a taxi in sight. Which is why we're thanking the fashion gods for a party season where block heels are every bit as chic as their skyscraper-high stiletto counterparts. With the extra inch or three of heel width comes comfort (something you'll be thankful two hours in) and the ability to navigate the grassy fields trackside.
Inside the gallery you'll find ten of the best block heels — from statement looks plucked out of the Beau Coops x Karen Walker collaboration, strappy tan sandals you'll want to live in, and black and white looks to love come Derby Day. Giddyup, let's go.
Last season, the Alexander McQueen runway pulled inspiration from royalty, and this year, it was all about the strong warrior women (think Xena). The models marched onto the runway with silver and gold helmets covering their hair. However, there was evidence of black spray paint around the hairline peeking out of the rim. As far as makeup goes, any real-life warrior knows there is no time for extravagant beauty looks. So, the McQueen troupe wore bleached brows and spare cosmetics. From head to toe, these ladies were ready for war.
Destination: Africa. Sarah Burton set the scene for guests arriving to the Spring 2014 Alexander McQueen show with a geometric runway and rustic wooden folding chairs that lined the halls of Paris's Garde Républicaine.
The clothing completed the journey. Infusing familiar silhouettes with an unexpected motif, Burton's warriors marched the basketweave sandbox in a global array of graphic red and black prints, patchwork separates, snakeskin heels, horsehair skirts, and hammered gold accents that included helmets, chokers, and stacked armbands.
Those accessories in particular would make stepping into war — be it in a feather-plumed gown or woven leggings — a battle won.