Topless vegans in nude protest outside London Fashion Week

The PETA protesters wore black trousers and had the phrase “wear your own skin” painted on their bodies.

They raised their fists in the air and chanted as crowds gathered to watch the “flash mob” outside The Store Studios, on the Strand in central London.

PETA activists encouraged passers-by not to wear fur, leather and other animal-derived materials.

“We will battle this until every single person realises that fur is not acceptable”

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Passers-by heard their chants: “Animal skin is not fashion, where the hell is your compassion?”

They bared their skin despite the chilly winter weather as London Fashion Week kicked off.

In a statement on its website, PETA said women had “crashed the event” to draw attention to the “cruelty inherent in the production of animal-derived materials”.

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DEMONSTRATION: Topless women protested outside London Fashion Week on the Strand

It added: “On fur farms, animals are driven insane inside tiny wire cages before finally being painfully slaughtered.

“The leather industry is responsible for the deaths of over a billion animals every year.”

One protester told the Metro the choreographed performance was pivotal in changing opinions.

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CROWDS: Passers-by look on at the topless protest

She said: “The topless protest, some people may find shocking.

“But do you know what is shocking? The fact that people wear bits of completely tortured, brutalised animals – and think that it’s normal.

“They do not take a second thought to think how they got their fur, and if they do, they just don’t care.

“We will battle this until every single person realises that fur is not acceptable.”

The animal rights organisation has revealed through investigations that minks, foxes, and other animals spend their entire lives confined to cages on fur farms.

Many are then slaughtered by poisoning, gassing, electrocution, or neck-breaking.

Cows killed for leather and sheep being sheared also face abuses by workers.

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24 HOURS WITH… Singer Tallia Storm, 19, chats fashion, red carpets and Zac Efron as she prepares for Celebs Go Dating

I’M strict about cleansing my skin. As soon as I’m up at 7.30am I’ll scrub my face thoroughly.

It’s really important because I wear so much make-up when filming and performing, and I love having a fresh face. If I don’t do it properly I’ll be in a bad mood for the rest of the day! Then I’ll grab a ginger shot and a black coffee before heading to the gym to do weights with my personal trainer.

 Tallia Storm appears on E4's Celebs Go Dating

Tallia Storm appears on E4’s Celebs Go Dating

My vocal coach comes to my house every day. We’ll have a two-hour session until midday, then I’ll be starving.

I’m pretty lazy when it comes to cooking and usually end up having a breakfast meal for lunch. At the moment I’m addicted to granola, so I’ll have that with a giant bowl of yogurt and blueberries.

Filming takes up my afternoons. I’ve been having so much fun on E4’s Celebs Go Dating for the past few months.

Being on a date, with cameras watching your every move, is terrifying! Even if I go to check my hair in the mirror, I have four cameras on me. I was so nervous at first, but the crew put me at ease. Filming usually finishes at 5pm, then I’ll start getting ready for any evening events.

 Tallia loves dressing up and has an adventurous style

Tallia loves dressing up and has an adventurous style

I love dressing up. I think my style is quite adventurous. Fashion is all about self-expression, and I like to have fun instead of simply copying trends. It’s a huge honour when designers like Gucci lend me dresses, but I also love high-street brands like Missguided and Topshop.

Before a showbiz bash I’ll always pick a great outfit, then get a hairstylist to come to my house and glam me up while I have a quick meal of salad and fish.

 Tallia admits red carpets can be scary

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Tallia admits red carpets can be scary

Red carpets can be scary. When you step out of the car, there are so many people and cameras. I used to get overwhelmed, but now I’ve got to know the London celeb circuit so I see lots of familiar faces and have catch-ups with everyone. I try to play it cool in front of Hollywood superstars, but I think I’d faint if I ever met Zac Efron. I love him!

Tallia Storm admits she can be mean on Celebs Go Dating

I don’t drink alcohol. This means I always have a clear head when I get home. That’s when I finally write down any lyric ideas I’ve had since the morning. If inspiration hits me in the middle of shopping or on the Tube, I’ll record a little voice note on my phone. When I eventually get back into the studio, I’ll have a book full of song ideas to start from.

Emma Roberts Screams Fashion Queen at London Fashion Week — See Her Chic Look!

Emma Roberts is slaying London Fashion Week!

The 27-year-old Scream Queens star attended Mulberry’s “Beyond Heritage” runway show at the Spencer House in London, England, on Friday, stepping out in a cobalt blue ensemble that undoubtedly turned heads.

The actress went bold for the stylish soirée, rocking a long, sophisticated blazer, which she paired with tailored shorts of the same hue. She styled the chic pieces with ankle-strap heels and a vibrant bag, keeping her beauty look simple with subtle waves and natural makeup.

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Roberts sat front row for the presentation, alongside Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Mary Charteris, Amber Anderson, Emma Greenwell, Andrea Riseborough, Jourdan Dunn and Millie Brady, who all looked equally fab.

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The blonde beauty later took to Instagram, sharing an artsy shot of herself all dressed up and ready for the show.

“London I love you,” she captioned it, tagging @mulberryengland.

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Earlier this month, a myriad of celebrities flocked the Big Apple for New York Fashion Week, which took place between Feb. 8 and Feb. 16. Click through the slideshow below to see what stars like Cardi B, Blake Lively, Zendaya, Margot Robbie, Paris Hilton and Selena Gomez wore to the various runway shows!

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Jess Wright struggled to hide her ample cleavage on Saturday, as she flashed her lacy bra in a plunging white suit while attending the London Fashion Week Fashion Collective charity bash.

The 32-year-old former TOWIE star showed off her slender physique in the matching white blazer and trousers with a black stripe as she made her arrival for the party in London’s Waldorf Hotel.

Jess joined a slew of stars making their arrival for the charity event, including Gogglebox star Sandi Bogle and former Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Danielle Mason.

Statement: Jess Wright, 32, flashed her bra in a plunging white suit on Saturday as she attended the London Fashion Week Fashion Collective bash

Statement: Jess Wright, 32, flashed her bra in a plunging white suit on Saturday as she attended the London Fashion Week Fashion Collective bash

Jess sported the chic flared trousers suit with the matching blazer as she made her arrival at the party, finishing off the look with black peeptoe

The sister of TV presenter Mark Wright kept her brunette tresses out of the way in a loose ponytail sporting her classic Essex tan and a dramatic smoky eye.

Jess recently revealed that she has a new man in her life, after she posed for an aodrable Instagram selfie with new boyfriend Giovanni Pernice.

The Italian hunk – who is most known as a professional on Strictly Come Dancing – could be seen puckering up for a kiss with Jess in the Valentine’s Day snap.

Perky: Jess showed off her ample cleavage in the matching trouser suit, as she made her arrival at the bash in London's Waldorf Hotel

Perky: Jess showed off her ample cleavage in the matching trouser suit, as she made her arrival at the bash in London’s Waldorf Hotel

Essex girl: The former TOWIE star kept her brunette tresses out of the way in a relaxed low ponytail

Glamour girl: Jess also kept her makeup typically dramatic with a statement smoky eye

Essex girl: The former TOWIE star kept her brunette tresses out of the way in a relaxed low ponytail, rocking a typically dramatic smoky eye

Jess had also been sporting the same stylish look earlier in the day as she attended the London Fashion Week Fashion Scout show, and had certainly commanded attention in her glamorous apparel.

The model also gave her own adorable homage to Giovanni on the most romantic day of the year, after sharing a screen grab from romcom favourite Love Actually.

In the flick, Andrew Lincoln’s character Mark is in love with Juliet (Keira Knightley) who is married to his best friend Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor).

Mark can be seen holding up a place card in the picture when he makes his love known to Juliet.

Jess wrote in the caption: ‘Happy Valentine’s Day ❤️ I hope someone makes you feel this special today #loveactually.’ (sic)

I'm here! Jess also made a sensational arrival earlier in the day as she attended the London Fashion Week Fashion Scout event

Loved-up: Jess was beaming just days after news broke that she was dating Strictly Come Dancing pro Giovanni Pernice

We're together! The couple appeared to confirm the news with a sweet Valentine's Day selfie

Loved-up: Jess was beaming just days after news broke that she was dating Strictly Come Dancing pro Giovanni Pernice

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Going public: Jess also posted her own V-Day snap in homage to the romcom favourite Love Actually

Going public: Jess also posted her own V-Day snap in homage to the romcom favourite Love Actually

Star-studded: Jess was also seen meeting designer Zeynep Kartal (middle) at her fashion show, along with Love Island star Montana Brown

Star-studded: Jess was also seen meeting designer Zeynep Kartal (middle) at her fashion show, along with Love Island star Montana Brown

Also spotted at the bash was Jessie Wallace’s half-sister Danielle Mason, who was flashing both leg and cleavage in a revealing black tiered dress.

The 35-year-old Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star commanded attention in her black gown with a dramatic netted tulle, with her blonde hair tied into a voluminous ponytail.

The tanned beauty also posed up a storm with socialite Zack Smith, who was looking dapper in a sharp navy blazer and distressed jeans.

Dramatic: Reality TV thesp Danielle Mason also struggled to contain her ample cleavage in a dramatic black dress as she made her arrival at the charity bash

Dramatic: Reality TV thesp Danielle Mason also struggled to contain her ample cleavage in a dramatic black dress as she made her arrival at the charity bash

Standout: Danielle sported a plunging black dress with a tiered tulle skirt

Revealing: The dress hung open so she could also flaunt her toned pins

Standout: Danielle sported a plunging black dress with a tiered tulle skirt, which hung open so she could also flaunt her toned pins

I'm here! Danielle made a sensational arrival at the party, keeping her blonde hair out of the way in a voluminous curled ponytail

I’m here! Danielle made a sensational arrival at the party, keeping her blonde hair out of the way in a voluminous curled ponytail

Pals: Danielle also posed up a storm with socialite Zack Smith, who looked dapper in a navy checked blazer

Pals: Danielle also posed up a storm with socialite Zack Smith, who looked dapper in a navy checked blazer

Danielle had her amazing curves on full display, with the frock’s tight corset also struggling to contain her ample cleavage

The blonde beauty also pulled back the dress’ dramatic skirt so she could show off her amazing legs, which were beautifully tanned for the occasion.

Recently Danielle confessed that she had been forced to call police, after she was sent vile death threats by a troll who threatened to ‘rip her throat out.’

Look at me! Danielle is the half-sister of Eastenders star Jessie Wallace

Sensational: The beauty had her tanned pins on full display in the frock

Look at me! Danielle, who is the half-sister of Eastenders actress Jessie Wallace, flashed her legs even more as she threw back the dress’ statement skirt

At risk: Danielle recently revealed she had been forced to call the police, after being targeted a vile troll who sent online death threats

At risk: Danielle recently revealed she had been forced to call the police, after being targeted a vile troll who sent online death threats

In danger: Danielle told the Daily Star at the time: 'I just feel so protective of my children now'

In danger: Danielle told the Daily Star at the time: ‘I just feel so protective of my children now’

Superstar: The Snog Marry Avoid star was seen chatting with a host of proceedings outside the party

Superstar: The Snog Marry Avoid star was seen chatting with a host of proceedings outside the party

Danielle revealed she was first sent the abuse after posting a snap with Big Brother star Lotan Carter.

She told the Daily Star: ‘I couldn’t believe it when I first received them.

‘They have left me in shock. I’m now scared to put anything else online. Whoever it is, they’re obsessed. I just feel so protective of my children now.’

Chic and cheerful! Tallia Storm was seen outside the bash putting on a stylish display in a Gucci hoodie and colourful floral midi skirt that she teamed with trainers

Glam: She looked great

Chic and cheerful! Tallia Storm was seen outside the bash putting on a stylish display in a Gucci hoodie and colourful floral midi skirt that she teamed with trainers

Loving life: Lady Nadia Essex and Love Island's Montana Brown were pleased to see each other

Loving life: Lady Nadia Essex and Love Island’s Montana Brown were pleased to see each other

Pucker up: The pair leaned in for a kiss on the cheek before heading in for the show 

Pucker up: The pair leaned in for a kiss on the cheek before heading in for the show

Legs eleven! Former Made In Chelsea star Nicola Hughes looked glam in a purple leather dress

Chic: She looked incredible

Legs eleven! Former Made In Chelsea star Nicola Hughes looked glam in a purple leather dress

Eclectic: Also seen at the party was Gogglebox star Sandi Bogle, 52, who donned a platinum wig to go with her typically outlandish style sense

Eclectic: Also seen at the party was Gogglebox star Sandi Bogle, 52, who donned a platinum wig to go with her typically outlandish style sense

Couples night: Vanessa Feltz also made her arrival in a faux fur white coat as she attended the party with long-term partner Ben Ofoedu

Couples night: Vanessa Feltz also made her arrival in a faux fur white coat as she attended the party with long-term partner Ben Ofoedu

Also seen in attendance at the star-studded party was former Gogglebox favourite Sandi Bogle, who was rocking a platinum blonde wig along with a typically outlandish look.

The 52-year-old sported a metallic gold and brown paisley dress with a matching fur coat as she made her arrival following a sun-soaked break to Benidorm.

Sandia announced her departure from Gogglebox in 2016, after leaving fans in hysterics over her TV-related quips with best friend Sandra Martin.

Bold style statement: X Factor star Fleur East turned heads in a vibrant yellow coat

Bold style statement: X Factor star Fleur East turned heads in a vibrant yellow coat

Scarlet songstress: All Together Now star Larissa Eddie was the fiery vixen in a frilly red frock as she posed outside the party

Scarlet songstress: All Together Now star Larissa Eddie was the fiery vixen in a frilly red frock as she posed outside the party

Gorgeous: The singer teamed her off-the-shoulder dress with strappy black heels and a statement lip

Rising star: Larissa appears on the BBC primetime favourite along with 99 other professional singers who judge ameteurs performances

Gorgeous: The singer teamed her off-the-shoulder dress with strappy black heels and a statement lip

Chic: Fashion blogger Olivia Cox also put on a leggy display in grey checked city shorts and blush pink jumper, finishing the look with red ankle-strapped heels

Chic: Fashion blogger Olivia Cox also put on a leggy display in grey checked city shorts and blush pink jumper, finishing the look with red ankle-strapped heels

Glamorous: X Factor star Chloe Paige looked chic in a white tie front top that she came dangerously close to spilling out of at one point

He's here! Celebrity Big Brother star Paul Danan was the King of Cool as he arrived at the party, held to raise money for Children in Need

He’s here! Celebrity Big Brother star Paul Danan was the King of Cool as he arrived at the party, held to raise money for Children in Need

 

YOUR NEXT HOT FASHION IS MADE IN VIETNAM

Xuan-Thu Nguyen hadn’t been back to Vietnam in eight years when she landed in Ho Chi Minh City for the annual Vietnam International Fashion Week last April. Xuan-Thu, a Vietnamese-born, Dutch-raised fashion designer, is based in Paris, where she’s going on her third season as an invited member of the exclusive Paris Haute Couture Week — basically a designer’s life achievement unlocked. But that global exposure still hadn’t fully prepared her for what she saw in her birthplace.

The scene in Vietnam had changed. The style, design and quality Xuan-Thu saw were more refined, international, creative and, well, just better. She remembers one dress in particular by Vietnamese-born designer Devon Nguyen, who was also raised in Europe. The dress was white and sleeveless and included surreal 3D details that surrounded the model, “like paper airplanes, flying by in a warm summer evening,” she recalls.

I SAW THE GROWTH [IN VIETNAM’S FASHION DESIGN INDUSTRY].

XUAN-THU NGUYEN, VIETNAMESE-BORN FASHION DESIGNER

When “Vietnam” and “clothes” are used in the same sentence, it usually has to do with that “Made in” tag. Vietnam’s garment and textile industry is the country’s largest source of exports and employs millions of people. But visit Vietnam’s fashion weeks, take a stroll around trendy Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City or even browse Rihanna’s Instagram and you’ll see that cool is on the country’s mind. With more designers returning from abroad to share their skills — and with new homegrown talent — Vietnam’s fashion scene is bursting at the seams. The country known traditionally for manufacturing clothes is increasingly becoming recognized for designing them. And from the avant-garde to the traditional, it’s a beautiful scene to watch.

“I saw the growth,” says Xuan-Thu.

The country really started wearing its fashion heart on its sleeve in the ’90s, says Hang Vo, a fashion design lecturer at ADS Vietnam Design Institute in Ho Chi Minh City. One of the first designers to go global was Minh Hanh, also from that city. She toured her collections — which embraced traditional Vietnamese weaving techniques and intricate patterns inspired by minority tribes — around Asia and Europe. Designers like Do Manh Cuong, who worked with Christian Dior and Dominique Sirop in France, also returned to Vietnam after studying fashion abroad and helped inspire Vietnamese not only with new designs but also with new business acumen.

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An outfit by Vietnamese-born designer Devon Nguyen shown during Vietnam International Fashion Week 2017.

When Hang started out in fashion design 10 years ago, there were only four options for formal study in fashion. But last October, at the Fashionology Festival in Ho Chi Minh City, she was amazed on the final night when students from 15 fashion schools packed the venue to show off their talent. And those 15 were just the schools located in the city.

There’s plenty of inspiration to go around. The more experimental designs of Nguyen Cong Tri, the Vietnamese designer of the moment, can be too much for the average human. But they’re perfect for U.S. pop stars. Rihanna posted a photo on Instagram of her wearing one of Nguyen’s designs this year. His oversize white dress shirt looks like it has been zapped by a grow ray — ending up more dress than shirt. Rihanna’s head and wrists poke out of the huge collar and cuffs like an elegant Fievel’s. Katy Perry ordered Nguyen’s stageworthy designs for her 2017 Witnessworld tour. Hang describes Nguyen’s clothes as trendy yet glamorous and, perhaps even more important, “100 percent made in Vietnam.”

Tam Nguyen, 21, says his parents first thought he wanted to be a tailor when he began studying fashion. Now, he is about to graduate from ADS and is already selling his own clothing line in Australia. And his parents get it. With all the various fashion weeks and glossy Vietnamese magazines, Tam says, fashion design has increasingly caught on with his generation. Vietnam is especially great if the designer’s focus is traditional techniques, he says; it’s sometimes a struggle for students to get material for something more modern. For that, you’re better off being in one of Asia’s other fashion capitals like China, Japan or Thailand. But maybe not for long.

Vietnam has gone through enormous social and economic change in the past few decades, and so have people’s ideas of fashion, says Hang. As luxuries multiply, she predicts, open-minded young talents will contribute more conceptual and avant-garde collections. There are also creative nostalgic trends like “pop-art áo dài” or “minority tribe streetwear,” she says, and a new emphasis on sustainable and ethical fashion brands.

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Singer Rihanna wearing Vietnamese designer Nguyễn Công Trí’s design in March 2017.

Vietnam is in some ways still finding its place on the international fashion scene. Designers are experimenting with their “heritage, methodology and ethos,” says Hang. But with high-quality craftsmanship taken from the country’s tradition of garment-making — and the boundless creativity of the younger generation — Vietnam, says Hang, is just getting started.

Meanwhile, Tam wants to work and study abroad after graduating. But after he gains some experience, he says, he’ll return home: He wants to connect generations of Vietnamese through fashion design. And besides, for fashion, Vietnam might be the place to be by then. It’s already getting there.

Sundance Film Review: ‘Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist’

Offbeat British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood proves a reluctant but intriguing subject in Lorna Tucker’s celebratory docu-portrait.

Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist

The word “icon” in the title of any biographical documentary is more often than not a promise of unqualified celebration, and so it is in “Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist,” Lorna Tucker’s consistently entertaining, enthralled portrait of aberrant British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. Sharp-lined but entirely flattering, rather like one of Westwood’s showiest catwalk gowns, Tucker’s film initially sets up intriguing friction between camera and subject, as the 76-year-old designer proves an ornery, recalcitrant interviewee: “Do we have to cover every bit of it, you know?” she moans at the outset. “It’s so boring to say all this.” “Westwood” resists meeting her spikiness in kind, approaching with fabulously accessorized cap in hand as it weaves lively archive footage and similarly awed talking heads around her queenly presence.

Westwood is a sufficiently fascinating figure for this straightforward strategy to yield satisfying rewards, and Tucker’s film should be a popular pick on the documentary festival circuit and subsequently on streaming platforms — both areas where fashion-world studies, with their point-and-shoot visual glitz and high celebrity quotient, tend to play well. (It’s given extra appeal in that regard by a light-footed 80-minute runtime; if anything, the film risks feeling a tad rushed in its overview.) For a tribute to the woman who brought the challenging sensibility and aesthetic of punk to popular culture, however, “Westwood” doesn’t break many rules of its own.

That said, the film’s more conventional trappings aptly underline how Westwood, in some ways cannily and in others accidentally, has grown from a counterculture rebel into a revered establishment figure, appointed a dame by Queen Elizabeth II in 2006. Her 1970s ascent to punk royalty, meanwhile, followed a working-class upbringing and young adulthood that initially promised a far milder future. Having dropped out of art school after doubting the financial viability of her passion, Westwood married, had a son and became a schoolteacher, before shifting social tides in the mid-1960s — and, crucially, an affair with situationist-inspired art student and future Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren — carried her away from sensible domesticity.

Westwood’s life is a rich narrative, rife with such reversals and reinventions: It’s a wonder, really, that it hasn’t prompted a biopic yet. Tucker, a former fashion model whose previous directing work includes promos for the Westwood brand, runs through it in engaging, slightly discursive style — reflecting, it feels, the manner in which her colorful but guarded subject related it to her. Perhaps it’s due to Westwood’s wary interview temperament that some key aspects of her biography are given short shrift: The punk movement, in particular, is discussed only at surface level, and “Westwood” never fully gets to grips with the complications of McLaren, Westwood’s relationship with him and their joint celebrity. (Their son, fellow fashion entrepreneur Joseph Corré, says more than she does on his father, and damningly so.)

Past alternates with present, meanwhile, as “Westwood” surveys the designer at work in her current fashion empire: cycling to headquarters, surveying models and style files, and fussing over her own designs with a critical, sometimes disassociated eye. (“Why did I want a small hem there?” she sneers at one blouse. “It’s crap, I don’t like any of this s—t.”) Her intense working partnership with her Austrian artistic director and second husband Andreas Kronthaler is perceptively scrutinized; a louche, witty interviewee, amazed and exasperated in equal measure by his wife’s brilliance, he fills in many of the gaps that Westwood is too restless or frustrated to explain.

The second half of the film, in particular, develops an interesting tension between success and satisfaction in its depiction of designer as businesswoman. Amid her international dealings and growing side occupation as an ardent environmental activist — the film briefly follows her on a Greenpeace mission to the Arctic — Westwood sometimes candidly voices her concerns that her brand has grown too big for her, and that she’s lost some aesthetic control of it. “I don’t need to sell anything I don’t like,” she says tartly. It’s not a question that anyone else dares to broach: True to its title, “Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist” is chiefly out to gild a remarkable, independent legacy. As the film unrolls its rousing, “Bolero”-scored closing montage of the stunning catwalk visions Westwood has given the fashion world over four decades, you can hardly say it’s undeserved.

Sundance Film Review: ‘Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist’

Reviewed online, London, Jan. 28, 2018. (In Sundance Film Festival — World Cinema Documentary Competition.)

PRODUCTION: (Documentary — U.K.) A Dogwoof presentation of a Finished Films production in association with Tdog Prods., Passion Pictures. (International sales: Dogwoof, London.) Producers: Eleanor Emptage, Shirine Best, Nicole Stott, John Battsek. Executive producers: Anna Godas, Leo Haidar, Emma Dutton, Ian Sharp, Rebecca Joerin-Sharp, Andrew Ruhemann. Co-executive producer: Adam Betteridge.

CREW: Director: Lorna Tucker. Camera (color): Sam Brown, James Moriarty. Editor: Paul Carlin. Music: Dan Jones.

WITH: Vivienne Westwood, Andreas Kronthaler, Ben Westwood, Joe Corré, Carlo D’Amario, Christopher Di Pietro, Bella Freud, Kate Moss.

Source : Variety.com

Jennifer Lawrence: Hair Style File

She achieved global fame for her role in The Hunger Games, won an Oscar aged 22 for Silver Linings Playbook, was snapped up as the face of Dior in 2012 and hasn’t stopped since. Consequently, Jennifer Lawrence has walked as many red carpets as stars twice her age. Plenty of opportunities for hair experimentation then – the actress has tried pixie crops and extensions, blonde and brunette hues, as well as spawning copycats the world over with her much-Googled “Katniss braid”. Track her hair journey here.

September 2007