In a rare chance for the world to see the fashion labels that have the royal seal of approval, some of the Queen's favourite clothes brands will go on show on a catwalk at the gardens of Buckingham Palace. The fashion show, which will form part of a four-day programme for the Coronation Festival to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Monarch's coronation, will showcase the wares of royal warrant holders and quintessentially British brands. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Just some of those brands include Savile Row tailors Gieves & Gawkes, Dege & Skinne and Henry Poole &
Style queen Sarah Jessica Parker stepped out recently looking lovely in a black chiffon polka-dot dress and clashing checked cardigan. The Sex and the City star teamed the girly ensemble with a pair of pink pointy heels that added a pop of colour. Tousled glossy locks and smoky eye make-up completed the look. The mum-of-three is tapping into a trend that has swpet the fashion world - monochrome. It is fast becoming a wardrobe staple and to help you take a leaf out of Sarah Jessica's book, HELLO! Online has scoured the high street for a similar look at a snip of the price. 1.
Fashion maestro Marc Jacobs unveiled the collection of bottles that he designed for Diet Coke on Monday. Flanked by some of his favourite catwalk models, including Ginta Lapina, he took to the stage at the German Gymnasium in London to reveal his designs. With the theme 'J'aime les années 90s' (I like the 90s), the three bottles celebrate the past three decades of fashion's favourite fizzy drink as part of the campaign '30 Years of Sparkling Together'. ‘I Heart ‘80s’ embodies the rise of the empowered woman in all her 1980s glory. Marc Jacobs captures her in a timeless