I once dressed like Anna Dello Russo for a week by following her specific outlook on style. It was peak ADR time when the world was her stage for peacocking and H&M had decided to launch a wacky range of accessories with the editor. Street style photography was on the up and she was the ultimate muse, changing her outfits with the wind—each one a riot of colour, glitz and Italian sass. She was the epicentre of a "look at me" hurricane which caused some industry figures to label the new circuit a circus and happily retreat back into shadowy black signature clothes.
Toronto talent Kathryn Bowen talks to FASHION about designing three dresses for Kim Kardashian West in only two weeks, plus her take on slow fashion, dream collaborations and the environmental impact of social media micro trends. Coming from five ge
Gone are the days that male celebs would shrink away from a little men’s grooming such as some well-placed concealer or hairspray before stepping onto the red carpet. “Now my clients come in and say, ‘Make me look like you did for X person,’