When George Peppard embraced Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany's, it was in the pouring rain. To beat the weather conditions she wore a trench coat. The hitherto humble rain protect...
High fashion runways don't usually feature older models, let alone those with more than half a century in life experience. But this 80-year-old grandfather is proof designers have been making one BIG...
It's classic and timeless.
Earlier this year I had an opportunity to do a photo shoot with someone who was born male but who identifies as a woman and I did not want her to hide that. I was honoured to photograph her in her element where she embraced my designs in her own way.
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Haute Elan’s burkini collection would have been considered far too scandalous a century ago in Europe or in the US. They would have been accused of being far too revealing of bare skin. In France, women bathed in ankle-length garments at that time. At best they wore bloomers that showed a flash of calf. Culture demanded women to be covered up in loose clothing while swimming. In Boston, Australian swimmer Annette Kellerman was arrested in 1907 for wearing a figure-hugging one-piece ankle length swimsuit.
Alicia Keys has seemingly committed the ultimate female sin - daring to show her own face in public without makeup. Although the subsequent hate and trolling is completely unfathomable (IT'S HER FACE...
In case you've been living under a rock for the last week, you might have missed the outrage going on about women's beach attire on the other side of the channel. No it's not about women trying to #fr...
My sense of fashion isn't what you'd call trendsetting. But somewhere along the line, I seem to have missed the notice that a lot of other men seemed to have received. The notice that seems to have them convinced that skinny (or super-skinny, *shudder*) jeans are perfect for them.