On that day, the story was two-fold: the fashion of course, but also the inspiring tale of a Londoner once homeless in Paris, the city he now calls home.
If you don't already have a turtleneck, go buy one. Now. Hell, even if you own a few, you should consider a one more -- maybe in super thin merino wool or cashmere (it'll take up less room in your suitcase).
Fingers, noses, lips, ears, breasts and even belly buttons are covered with resin and then plaster bandages to create unconventional, quirky jewellery pieces and accessories.
From the international runways of New York, Paris and Milan we've compiled five spring runway-inspired looks for your home.
Kicking off with Naomi Campbell's Fashion for Relief show at Somerset House. A star-studded line up, with faces from stage to screen, graced the runway to raise funds to fight Ebola. I loved the party atmosphere, as did the models, who broke into dance mid strut down the catwalk.
As one of the very few black women working in this field, it pains me to see how little we are represented on the catwalk, front row and backstage.
I caught up with Dee as Fashion Week officially unravels in all of its glory to learn more about the web series, the mix of comedy and fashion, and the good news that the show may be destined for cable.
Inspired by the season's most sophisticated runway fashions, all the pastries and confections are designed after specific looks.
Silicon Valley may be the historical mecca of the tech startup, but when it comes to the world of fashion technology, London has positioned itself to be the center of everything digital fashion.
Perhaps the most dichotomous artistic event of the year, Fashion Month throws together polar opposites that truly shouldn't work but just do
It's ten years since GILES launched at London Fashion Week. Here the brand's creative director tells us why change is on the horizon. He had Jean C...
If you've worked your way through all ten, congratulations! Now do this five times over with no sleep and no food. Welcome to fashion.
Some of the best bits of Fashion Week came to light after the sun went down and Londoners and visitors alike thought no one was looking -- but they were. In that time London flipped to show its underbelly, which was by no means ugly.
We've seen the good, the bad, the ugly, the forgotten and mostly the unaffordable. What sticks and finds its way to stores is what the editors, buyers and trend setters deem worthy. I'm none of those three, but I've been thinking...about New York, where this all began...
Every day thousands of women ask themselves that question when their feet start hurting. Is it my shoes or is it my feet?
Street Style at London Fashion Week Spring 2014: see all of the looks W loves.