Is the repetitiveness of work getting you down? Luckily no week - or day - in the fashion world is ever the same, so spend your Friday afternoon looking at this week's fashion highlights, and leave those emails 'til Monday.
Disclaimer: some pretty serious couple envy is up ahead.
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What greater way to show the new denim trends than with a dance party? Vogue rallied together a few of our favourite models this week (along with Snoop Dogg) to demonstrate the dos and don’ts of denim this season with this quirky video.
Couple envy was at an all time high this week with Gigi and Zayn taking holiday snaps to an entirely new level. Shot in Naples by Mario Testino – Gigi practiced her bed handstands and Zayn found the fine balance between gentleman and biker boy. See the full shoot here.
Love it or hate it, Bieber has been dreaded up. This week at the iHeart Radio awards the 22-year-old sported his new do in a sporty way, with a casual look consisting of a sports jersey and ripped jeans. No Selena Gomez interaction spotted, either.
Get ready to book your flights across the ditch because Bella Hadid will be making her way to Australia for MBFW to walk exclusively for Misha Collection.
In a bold move, Saint Laurent wiped their Insta slate clean, deleting every image but one – of new creative director Vaccarello. Vaccarello left Versus Versace to take the reins previously held by Hedi Slimane at YSL and by the looks of this ballsy first decision has a fresh new direction in mind for the brand.
Welcome to the Balmain army, Zayn Malik. This new recruitment was spotted performing at the iHeart Radio awards in a custom ensemble after Olivier Rousteing expressed his newfound interest in the artist – ‘I love the way he is evolving. He is someone who has all the potential and the strength to become a champion, and that is why his outfit also resembles that of one—embroidered and chic but ready to perform and own the stage.’