• Revealed: why Anna Wintour was sitting second row

    Click on the photos below for the full gallery... The unspeakable happened at the Valentino show on Tuesday – fashion's queen bee Anna Wintour was spotted sitting second row. The fashion-show goers were shocked to see the US Vogue editor seated behind her colleagues Grace Coddington, Tonne Goodman and Teen Vogue's Amy Astley.   Anna is said to have moved back after seating became too crowded on the front row, according to the Wall Street Journal's Christina Binkley, who shared the above snap on Instagram. Fashion blogger @bryanboy also tweeted about the incident, writing: "Anna Wintour: badass. Tight seating at Valentino, not enough space

  • Get the look: DKNY's pleated shorts

    HELLO! Online loves DKNY's lilac pleated shorts, available exclusively at Net-A-Porter, but the tailored look will set you back £185.  Get the look with Red Herring at Debenhams, who have created an almost identical pair of shorts for a budget-friendly total of £25.    DKNY shorts on the left, Red Herring shorts on the

  • Oscars winner Lupita Nyong'o does Paris Fashion Week

    Miu Miu made sure to close Paris Fashion Week, not to mention the entire Fashion Month, with a bang. The Italian fashion brand drew a super star-studded front row including Hollywood royalty – new Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o, who was recently unveiled as the new face of Miu Miu.   Miu Miu belongs to the Prada group and at the Oscars, Lupita represented the brand by wearing a custom-made gown by the designer herself.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY Fresh from her exciting win on Sunday, the 12 Years A Slave star looked lovely in a mulberry-hued jacket with an embellished collar. She paired

  • Cara Delevingne to make television appearance

    Is there anything she can't do? Cara Delevingne — one of, if not the, hottest models around — is set to make her TV acting debut, appearing in one-off drama Timeless for Sky Arts Playhouse Present series. The model will star as a young woman whose fiancé is serving in Afghanistan, bringing her closer to her great grandmother, played by celebrated British actress Sylvia Syms.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY "It's a really touching story and I'm really honoured to be working with Sylvia in a one-off production for Playhouse Persents," Cara told Vogue. "This will be my first time working in television