G'day mate! Kim Kardashian cuts a stylish figure in sleek grey dress as she arrives in Australia | UPDATED: 14:55 GMT, 19 September 2012 Most people would have a rest after arriving in Australia following a long-haul flight. But Kim Kardashian wasn't about to let any jet lag get her down, and headed to an E! Channel event in Sydney almost straight from the airport. The 31-year-old reality star cut a stylish figure in a quilted grey sleeveless dress as she posed up at the event, held to promote the family's show Keeping Up With The Kardashians
Halle Berry shows off her design skills – and perfect pins – in behind-the-scenes glimpse of shoot for new shoe collection | UPDATED: 17:44 GMT, 29 August 2012 She's been busy filming throughout the summer, but it appears Halle Berry still found the time to create a shoe collection. And as she stepped out to model her fall range in collaboration with German footwear company Deichmann, her enviably toned pins were also on show. Wearing a number of different outfits, including a thigh-skimming mini-skirt and tight leather trousers, to compliment her heel and wedged designs the 45-year-old X Men star looked happy and relaxed as she posed in front of the cameras.
Til death do we start: The rising (and slightly creepy) trend for cemetery weddings | UPDATED: 20:59 GMT, 30 July 2012 Funeral homes and cemeteries are catching on to a new trend in wedding venues, using their chapels and grounds for big celebration events like saying 'I do'. City-based couples are increasingly searching for a wedding location with solitude and leafy surroundings, while others are looking for a sentimental venue, and graveyards are seamlessly ticking both boxes.
New York's Fifth Avenue covered in frenzied spots as Louis Vuitton launches new polka dot collaboration with artist Yayoi Kusama | UPDATED: 20:25 GMT, 12 July 2012 Louis Vuitton is again putting a bit of Japanese culture on the arms, and streets, of its customers. The French fashion house unveiled a new collection on Tuesday created in collaboration between dot-obsessed artist Yayoi Kusama and Louis Vuitton creative director Marc Jacobs – and everyone within a five-block radius of 57th Street and Fifth Avenue in New York City was seeing nothing but spots. Louis Vuitton CEO Yves Carcelle told WWD: 'The number of dots is so obsessive, no one can count them,' while standing next to two models dressed as the artist herself.
Showing Parisian fashionistas what a REAL woman looks like! Kim Kardashian highlights her hourglass curves in crop top and paperbag trousers | UPDATED: 08:48 GMT, 4 July 2012 At Paris Couture Week, the average size of a woman is probably around a UK six. But yesterday Kim Kardashian decided to show the Parisian fashionistas exactly what a real woman looks like as she highlighted her hourglass curves in a crop top and paperbag trousers.
And the prize for America’s most fashion-conscious city goes to… Irvine California suburb beats New York and LA to top spot | UPDATED: 22:13 GMT, 27 April 2012 When we think of fashionable cities in America, New York;s glamourous Fifth Avenue and Los Angeles' Rodeo Drive automatically spring to mind. But according to a new study, the residents of Irvine spend the most amount of money on their trendy threads than anywhere else in the States
'The broke-city thing isn't a joke': Fashion Star's contestants confess they can't even afford to buy the designs they sell to Saks PUBLISHED: 23:42 GMT, 25 April 2012 | UPDATED: 23:42 GMT, 25 April 2012 They may be Fashion Stars but the designers on the hit reality show don't enjoy the benefits that other celebrities do. Last night at an event hosted by H&M for the NBC television show and its cast of characters, contestants Luciana Scarabello, Orly Shani and Kara Laricks, revealed that they can't afford the clothes they make with their very own hands.
So who IS spending $600 on blusher Saks limits customers buying $100 Sisley cheek colour to 'no more than six at a time' | UPDATED: 16:01 GMT, 6 April 2012 While extortionate designer lipstick prices have left women with less to spend on other beauty products, a simple of sweep of blush has never been considered a luxury.
Confessions of a mad woman: Creme de menthe for lunch and obligatory affairs with the boss – a woman who knows what office life was REALLY like in the 60s | UPDATED: 22:33 GMT, 25 March 2012 With its office affairs, fabulous clothes and endless boozing and smoking, Mad Men — the hit series about life in a Sixties advertising agency in New York — returns to TV this week. Here, Jane Maas, who was a young copywriter for one of the biggest advertising agencies on Madison Avenue during that era, reveals the truth was even more outrageous than the fiction… When my friend Linda Bird Francke started working in the typing pool at Young & Rubicam, she quickly fell for the charms of a handsome account executive
With designs selling out at H&M, Macy's and Saks, Fashion Star is retail gold… but are the clothes actually worth buying | UPDATED: 20:46 GMT, 21 March 2012 Reality series Fashion Star saw improved ratings last night as people across the U.S.