Friday, May 10, 2013


Posted by Bethan Holt, Junior Fashion Editor at Large

I'm afraid the week in fashion is a little brief this week. Nevertheless, read the headlines, click through and in a hop, skip and jump around the internet you'll be sorted on the week's fashion happenings. Happy Weekend!

Yasmin Sewell is opening a pop-up shop next week and Sarah Mower interviewed her for American Vogue

More sad news for the Missoni family this week, as patriarch Ottavio passes away peacefully at the grand old age of 92.

Lily McMenamy, daughter of Kristen, has landed her first cover, on i-D magazine.

Lily McMenamy covers i-D (image via
The terrible stream of news from the Bangladesh factory disaster might be making us question the origin of our clothes more.

Somerset House is celebrating the incredible fashion collection accumulated by Isabella Blow with an exhibition in November.

Chanel kicked off the Resort season yesterday with a show in Singapore. Early trends seem to be: cricket, monochrome and Edwardian silhouettes.

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Suzy Menkes has spoken out on several interesting fashion buzz topics this week. In an interview with Fern Mallis she spoke, among many other things, about how she would support John Galliano's return to work and how she never meant to offend bloggers in that Circus of Fashion article. Menkes also reviewed the Met's punk exhibition and wasn't so into it.

Hedi Slimane will be designing costumes for Keith Richards, totally on brand. Furthermore, the collection will be on sale, entitled "Saint Laurent Stage Wear by Hedi Slimane".

Suri Cruise might be designing her own range, and get paid £1.5 million for it. That's all.

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