This may sounds like random news, but Versace is launching an Emoji app this Valentines Day in which the iconic Medusa is a smiley face with a range of different playful expressions and styles.
The app can be used to embellish photos from your library, or to create original images using a wide range of emoji stickers, backgrounds, filters and text colour options.
The celebrate the app, which is free, and available for both iOS and Android, Versace has created a capsule collection of Versace Emoji t-shirts, printed with the Medusa Emoji wearing sunglasses or with the Medusa Emoji having hearts for eyes.
It comes in black and white, for both men and women, and will be available in Versace boutiques worldwide as well as online.
As the new app and t-shirt collection launch this Valentine’s Day, fans are invited to use the hashtag #VersaceSharesLove on all their Versace Emoji photo creations.
And who thought your photos could get ANYMORE fashionable huh?
Storm Imogen may be ruining our hair do’s and it may be a Monday, however if there is anything that is guaranteed to put a smile on your face it is a bargain.
And this bargain comes in the form of pink glittery unicorn socks that cost just £3 from ASOS.
As well as warming up your toesies in this rubbish weather, they are also guaranteed to put a smile on your face!
Shop away and before you know it, it will be Friday again (I promise!)
Winners at the 2015 Drapers Awards last night (26 November) included Marks & Spencer’s, Misguided and House of Fraser.
The awards, which are in their 25th year celebrate those in fashion retailing. They took place at at Old Billingsgate in London and were attended by more than 800 people in the industry.
House of Fraser took home the best store design award for its Jolly’s of Bath premises, whilst Misguided won the fashion pure-play etailer of the year.
Marks and Spencer’s meanwhile was triumphant as fashion retailer of the year – consumer choice and White Stuff was named as best place to work.
You can see a full list of the winners here.
Well done to all the winners!
The ten-piece collection, which is available now, is based around maroon/rose tones and floral patterns. It is made from special sports fabrications, so it is actually useful on a run, or down the gym!
Featured in the collection, is leggings, sports vests and sports bras that will all help you look fabulous whilst working up a sweat.
Check out the collection on the Ted Baker website here.
H&M have announced that Foxes will be the new face of one of their fashion ranges.
The sassy singer has posed for a series of shots in LA for the fashion brand, which will be used for their Divided autumn 2015 collection.
The collection will feature a range of items, including bootcut jeans, miniskirts, slogan tees and varsity sweatshirts. It will be available in-store and online from July.
Talking about the brand’s choice to choose the 26-year-old starlet,H&M’s head of design Pernilla Wohlfahrt said: “Foxes has the perfect style for this campaign. Her effortless look is so inspiring. It’s about a mix of fun pieces that can be worn together in so many different ways.”
Foxes also commented: “It was so much fun shooting the H&M campaign. The clothing has tons of character, which means you can really play with the looks and the best thing is it all still feels like me.”
How exciting huh?! I can’t wait to see it!
This is exactly how I felt when I stumbled upon these earrings on Truffle Shuffle.
I’m not even a cat person and I find them adorable!
I just think they would be so fun to wear and would make an outfit. If I was to style them then I would team them just with a black top and skirt so they stood out. Plus, when you have quirky accessories, it’s better to keep the rest of your outfit simple, otherwise you sometimes end up looking a little too kitschy.
Anyways, they are a rather reasonable price of £11.99 if you want to purchase them. As I said, they are great for yourself, however, if one of your friends and family love cats, they it may be the perfect Christmas present too!
Have fun shopping!
The British Fashion Council has announced that Anna Wintour will be receive the Outstanding Achievement Award at this year’s British Fashion Awards.
The Editor-in-Chief of American Vogue will be given the honour at the awards evening, which takes place next month. It celebrates the contribution that Ms Wintour has made to the fashion industry throughout her lengthy career.
Talking about the decision to select Wintour as this year’s recipient for the award, Natalie Massenet MBE, Chairman of the British Fashion Council, said:”Anna Wintour has helped, nurtured and advised the careers of some of the world’s most brilliant and creative designers.”
“There isn’t a person working in fashion who has not been inspired and influenced by Anna’s leadership…”
As well as being in charge at Vogue since 1988, Brit Wintour is also artistic director for Vogue publisher Condé Nast.
This year’s BFA’s will take place at the London Coliseum on December 1. Nominees for awards include fashion favourites such as Christopher Kane, Charlotte Olympia and Cara Delivigne.
Well you’re in luck as Beyond Retro is opening a pop-up shop, purely dedicated to the novelty woolies, in London this Winter.
The shop, which will be based at Old Street Station, will open for six weeks from November 11-December 21. The jumpers being priced from £18-£26.
What’s even better is that for each jumper sold, Beyond Retro will donate £1 to Save the Children. The store is helping to celebrate and raise awareness for the charity’s ‘Christmas Jumper Day’, which encourages everyone to wear a festive wooly and donate to the cause on December 12.
Wacky Christmas jumpers, shopping & a good cause? Sounds good to me!
For more information on Save The Children’s ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ visit the website here.