Tuesday, 29 June 2010
Jade Jagger designs exclusive bag for Carnaby Street
2010 is the 50th Anniversary of Carnaby Street, the iconic London hot-spot for fashion and music fusion. In celebration Jade Jagger has designed an exclusive bag with all net proceeds going to support the Environmental Justice Foundation. The colourful print was inspired by Carnaby’s ‘Summer of Love’ as Jade’s own fashion label Jezebel has always been inspired by the never ending summer in Ibiza. The design features Jade’s classic kiss icon lit up by a rainbow. The large tote shopper is made of 100% cotton and features wide shoulder straps and a double internal pocket to keep your treasures safe. The bag costs £16.00 and is available to buy at www.ejfoundation.org/shop
L´Oréal Professionnel Colour Trophy Awards 2010 winners announced
The L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Trophy Awards 2010 took place last night at the Grosvenor House Ballroom, London. This is the longest running and most prestigious annual hairdressing competition in the UK dedicated to hair inspired by fashion. The top prize was taken by the Abacus hair studio in Bewdley (pictured above receiving the award from host George Lamb). Here is a full list of winners:
Jean-Paul Gaultier designs lingerie collection for La Perla
Jean-Paul Gaultier and La Perla have collaborated on an exclusive collection of lingerie. Models available include: a waist cincher corset to the slip that follows the curves of the body; extra-high briefs that hug the hips to the bustier and highlight the neckline; a backstitch satin bra with a shoulder-strap motif and glove-holding strings and a suspender belt with protégé; there is also bras and a body with the famous pointed cups recalling the costumes created by Gaultier for Madonna’s 1990 Blond Ambition tour. Black and powder pink colours take precedence and there is also coral and bleu canard. The special limited edition garments will be presented on 7 July in Paris during the Jean Paul Gaultier Autumn/Winter 2010-2011 Haute Couture show.
Clothes Show Style Awards 2010 announces winners
Paloma Faith, Johnny Blue Eyes and Caroline Barnes were victorious at the Clothes Show Style Awards 2010 in association with OK! Magazine last friday. This year’s awards honoured the fashion industry’s designers and the country’s most stylish stars at London’s Earls Court with a red carpet entrance; champagne reception; performances from Paloma Faith and new boyband The Wanted; an awards ceremony with presenters George Lamb, Harold Tillman, Chairman of the British Fashion Council (pictured above presenting Johnny Blue Eyes with his award), and a dance and catwalk performance in the show's Fashion Theatre. A full list of winners can be found below:
Jon Richard launches new collaborative collection with CRYSTALLIZED - Swarovski
Jon Richard, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, has unveiled a new collection of jewellery combining the signature design with CRYSTALLIZED - Swarovski elements. The new collection, which has an exclusive preview today (see DIARYdates), will launch throughout the UK in September. Designs within the new range include oversized crystal heart pendants, pave detail pendants and bangles in the Swarovski cyclamen colour. Statement rings are key, from stacker rings to the cube ring that completes a necklace and earring set. As part of the anniversary celebrations, Jon Richard has recreated the first ever collection launched back in 1985. This range includes oversized clip-on earrings plus asymmetric brooches and bangles. The Jon Richard & Swarovski collection will be available in-store at Debenhams in September starting from £12.00, while the eighties inspired range is available now.