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December 18, 2012 | 11:53 AM |

Romeo Beckham for Burberry

Move aside fashion folk, the 10 year old Romeo Beckham is making his way in the high fashion world!

Have got to admit, he definitely fits in with the two Burberry models!

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December 02, 2012 | 09:28 PM | 1 note
Sienna Miller for Harper’s Bazaar, Jan ‘13
Isn’t she looking well? I don’t think I’ve ever seen Miss Sienna Miller look a bit worse for wear, and after giving birth earlier this year she’s still looking as radiant as ever. Loving the pink, the gloss, the make up- the lot.
Loving the cover image Bazaar!

Sienna Miller for Harper’s Bazaar, Jan ‘13

Isn’t she looking well? I don’t think I’ve ever seen Miss Sienna Miller look a bit worse for wear, and after giving birth earlier this year she’s still looking as radiant as ever. Loving the pink, the gloss, the make up- the lot.

Loving the cover image Bazaar!

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November 15, 2012 | 11:20 AM |
Taylor Swift for Harpers Bazaar US, Dec ‘12
With a freshly cut fringe and her trademark bright blue eyes in tow, Taylor Swift looks every bit the cover model on US Bazaar’s December issue. 
It doesn’t seem right that we’re already going on to December issues- Christmas still feels so far away! Wonder what festive goodies Bazaar have put inside to intise us all? 

Taylor Swift for Harpers Bazaar US, Dec ‘12

With a freshly cut fringe and her trademark bright blue eyes in tow, Taylor Swift looks every bit the cover model on US Bazaar’s December issue. 

It doesn’t seem right that we’re already going on to December issues- Christmas still feels so far away! Wonder what festive goodies Bazaar have put inside to intise us all? 

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November 01, 2012 | 09:10 AM | 6 notes
Cheryl for Glamour, Dec ‘12
For a while Cheryl was a bit quiet on the magazine front- considering she used to be on a different cover each week (actually, for a while Cheryl was a little bit ‘quiet’ on the whole!). Now the Girls Aloud reunion has been confirmed and she’s had a couple of new singles out, Cole is back!
Can’t believe the December issues are already rolling out. Where has the year gone?

Cheryl for Glamour, Dec ‘12

For a while Cheryl was a bit quiet on the magazine front- considering she used to be on a different cover each week (actually, for a while Cheryl was a little bit ‘quiet’ on the whole!). Now the Girls Aloud reunion has been confirmed and she’s had a couple of new singles out, Cole is back!

Can’t believe the December issues are already rolling out. Where has the year gone?

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October 09, 2012 | 09:21 AM | 1 note

Daniel Craig for Hunger Magazine

Just in time for the release of Skyfall in two weeks time, Rankin has got out his camera and snapped Daniel Craig for the cover of his magazine, Hunger. He even got him to say a few words about the whole ‘Bond’ thing too- if you want to see what he has to say, have a watch of the YouTube video above!

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October 04, 2012 | 12:54 PM |
Emily Blunt for Bazaar Australia- Nov ‘12
With the release of ‘Looper’ last week, the new sci-fi spectacular which stars Emily, Joseph Gordon Levitt and Bruce Willis, it was expected that glamour-puss-Blunt would be all over the magazine covers! And doesn’t she look stunning? That Just Cavalli dress is gorgeous.
(Am I jealous that she’s wearing summer wear? YES. Very. Damn your opposite seasons, Australia!)

Emily Blunt for Bazaar Australia- Nov ‘12

With the release of ‘Looper’ last week, the new sci-fi spectacular which stars Emily, Joseph Gordon Levitt and Bruce Willis, it was expected that glamour-puss-Blunt would be all over the magazine covers! And doesn’t she look stunning? That Just Cavalli dress is gorgeous.

(Am I jealous that she’s wearing summer wear? YES. Very. Damn your opposite seasons, Australia!)

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September 18, 2012 | 10:33 AM |
JW Anderson, LFW- 17th Sept, ‘12
'The Treatment Room'- aka, JW Anderson's theme for his SS'13 catwalk show, was clearly printed on the back of our invitations to the bow out show of the women's edition of LFW, 2012. Standing in the queue outside of the beautifully domed Topshop Space, I was expecting clincial, structured fashion to dominate Anderson's catwalk. It was present yes- the jackets were empowering, the shoulders harsh, but the junxtaposition between the rough was clear with the smooth, as ruffles laced dresses and pastels tamed the calm before the storm.
JW Anderson’s men’s catwalk pushed more boundaries; (last season we saw men in pink lace and satin!) but within his women’s department the collection was accessible, and wearable. The suit shown below, my personal favourite from his collection last night, wouldn’t feel out of place strutting down Knightsbridge High St, and the suit jacket’s would sit perfectly within a smart fashionista’s bustling designer wardrobe.

Each look was accessorized carefully- providing minimal distraction from the clothes on show. Chokers and bracelets were present, as were the simple gelled pixie crop and the side partnered ponytail, which added an andrognous touch to the proceedings. The space encapsulated what the show was about- the ‘Treatment’, and the pastel (and orange) tones bounced off to walls in delight, making the collection stand up, and tall.
After the success of his Topshop launch on Friday, I think it’s time for JW to take a bow. This is his time, and if you hadn’t heard of the young Irishman before now, then keep your eye out- you’re going to be seeing a lot more of the little anchor from now on…

(A model and JW Anderson himself staying refreshed with BRITA throughout the show)
I’d like to thank Rachel and Jo from iris PR for providing me with two tickets to last night’s show, it was fantastic! iris work with BRITA Fill&Go, a primary sponsor of the event- who are keeping fashion folk hydrated as they rush around between shows at fashion week. Cheers, BRITA!

JW Anderson, LFW- 17th Sept, ‘12

'The Treatment Room'- aka, JW Anderson's theme for his SS'13 catwalk show, was clearly printed on the back of our invitations to the bow out show of the women's edition of LFW, 2012. Standing in the queue outside of the beautifully domed Topshop Space, I was expecting clincial, structured fashion to dominate Anderson's catwalk. It was present yes- the jackets were empowering, the shoulders harsh, but the junxtaposition between the rough was clear with the smooth, as ruffles laced dresses and pastels tamed the calm before the storm.

JW Anderson’s men’s catwalk pushed more boundaries; (last season we saw men in pink lace and satin!) but within his women’s department the collection was accessible, and wearable. The suit shown below, my personal favourite from his collection last night, wouldn’t feel out of place strutting down Knightsbridge High St, and the suit jacket’s would sit perfectly within a smart fashionista’s bustling designer wardrobe.

Each look was accessorized carefully- providing minimal distraction from the clothes on show. Chokers and bracelets were present, as were the simple gelled pixie crop and the side partnered ponytail, which added an andrognous touch to the proceedings. The space encapsulated what the show was about- the ‘Treatment’, and the pastel (and orange) tones bounced off to walls in delight, making the collection stand up, and tall.

After the success of his Topshop launch on Friday, I think it’s time for JW to take a bow. This is his time, and if you hadn’t heard of the young Irishman before now, then keep your eye out- you’re going to be seeing a lot more of the little anchor from now on…

(A model and JW Anderson himself staying refreshed with BRITA throughout the show)

I’d like to thank Rachel and Jo from iris PR for providing me with two tickets to last night’s show, it was fantastic! iris work with BRITA Fill&Go, a primary sponsor of the event- who are keeping fashion folk hydrated as they rush around between shows at fashion week. Cheers, BRITA!

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September 17, 2012 | 05:35 PM | 1 note
The Babble is off to LFW! 
Tonight marks the end of a magnificent LFW episode season SS’13, and I’m going to be attending the last show- JW Anderson!
Anybody who’s familiar with JW’s work know’s he’s a sucker for prints, so hopefully his new creations will be as amazing as his last AW collection! I’m going to be tweeting live from the catwalk from 8:45pm, if you’d like to follow along with me you can at @BabbleEmporium. I’ll be writing a post tomorrow about the show, so remember to pop back first thing! Lots of love, Laura x

The Babble is off to LFW!

Tonight marks the end of a magnificent LFW episode season SS’13, and I’m going to be attending the last show- JW Anderson!

Anybody who’s familiar with JW’s work know’s he’s a sucker for prints, so hopefully his new creations will be as amazing as his last AW collection! I’m going to be tweeting live from the catwalk from 8:45pm, if you’d like to follow along with me you can at @BabbleEmporium. I’ll be writing a post tomorrow about the show, so remember to pop back first thing! Lots of love, Laura x

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September 11, 2012 | 02:08 PM |
Gwen Stefani for Marie Claire US, Oct ‘12
Marking the beginning of No Doubt’s comeback, expect to see Gwen at the forefront of many media campaign’s from here on in! (Don’t say you haven’t been warned, music fans…)
As military is going to be a big trend come A/W’12, it’s no surprise that Gwen ‘Ms Abs’ Stefani is showing off her looks in a killer jacket for US Marie Claire. ‘Push and Shove’ is due to be released in two weeks time, so expect a review of the album when it drops!

Gwen Stefani for Marie Claire US, Oct ‘12

Marking the beginning of No Doubt’s comeback, expect to see Gwen at the forefront of many media campaign’s from here on in! (Don’t say you haven’t been warned, music fans…)

As military is going to be a big trend come A/W’12, it’s no surprise that Gwen ‘Ms Abs’ Stefani is showing off her looks in a killer jacket for US Marie Claire. ‘Push and Shove’ is due to be released in two weeks time, so expect a review of the album when it drops!

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September 04, 2012 | 09:27 PM | 2 notes
Kristen Stewart for Vogue UK, Oct ‘12
'Kristen Stewart: On love and living dangerously'; you can say that again! However much of a plank Kristen was for 'all of that stuff' you've got to feel for the poor girl, being judged the world over for something which happened in her private life. Isn't that where celebrities private life's should stay, private? Out of the way? Not for every eye in the world to see? Either way I'm sure many will go out to buy British Vogue to hear Miss Stewart's confessions in all her glory- especially when eye catching Gucci is on the agenda. So, your thoughts of KS?

Kristen Stewart for Vogue UK, Oct ‘12

'Kristen Stewart: On love and living dangerously'; you can say that again! However much of a plank Kristen was for 'all of that stuff' you've got to feel for the poor girl, being judged the world over for something which happened in her private life. Isn't that where celebrities private life's should stay, private? Out of the way? Not for every eye in the world to see? Either way I'm sure many will go out to buy British Vogue to hear Miss Stewart's confessions in all her glory- especially when eye catching Gucci is on the agenda. So, your thoughts of KS?

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