Tye Sheridan is HERO’s latest cover star. Photographed by Fabien Kruszelnicki, Sheridan is styled by Gro Curtis, wearing fashions from brands such as Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen. Ahead of the release of X-Men: Apocalypse, Sheridan talked to the magazine about his first X-Men audition. Show More Summary
Five years ago we huddled around our televisions at 4 a.m.wide-eyed and giddily awaiting the Royal Wedding. Worth it? You bet. From Kate’s long-sleeve lace Alexander McQueen gown, to Pippa’s figure flaunting dress, to the newlyweds spontaneous double kiss on the balcony (!!) – it was, and still remains, the wedding of the century. Why? Because every single detail was […]
I feel like this is basically Well Played, and I’m not entirely sure why I’m even tossing it up in the air, other than just a general air of being an indecisive human: Is it because it feels very slightly Nightgown Bridal, and I might wish it were a color? (It’s also very slightly wrinkled, Read More...
Happy 5th royal wedding anniversary! Looking back on the events of April 29th, 2011, we vividly remember Catherine's Alexander McQueen wedding gown (all that lace!), the Cartier Halo tiara she borrowed from the Queen (so much sparkle),...Show More Summary
Kate Middleton’s wedding dress took the world by storm. Five years later, the commotion just won’t die down, but not just because of the gorgeous wedding. After approaching design house Alexander McQueen “almost four years ago,” British designer Christine Kendall is now suing the haute couture giant. Show More Summary
Reminding us that it's quality, not quantity, Elizabeth Olsen just made up for lost time in one standout gown. Sure, we don't get to see the stylish actress as much as we'd like to, but thanks to Captain America: Civil War, she's back...Show More Summary
Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber. What a royal mess! Five years after Kate Middleton and Prince William got married, Christine Kendall, the owner of a small design studio in London, is claiming that Alexander McQueen stole the idea for Kate's wedding dress from her. Show More Summary
Kate Middleton's famous wedding dress by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen is now the subject of a lawsuit, with designer Christine Kendall claiming it is a knockoff. [Fashionista] This lawyer, Helene Goodin, after 22 years in the legal profession, left it all to open her own bakery. Show More Summary
Did Kate Middleton say "yes" to a stolen dress?! Bridal designer Christine Kendall is taking Alexander McQueen to court claiming that creative director Sarah Burton stole her ideas for the royal wedding gown! And before you jump to conclusions, the fashion house is already slamming the allegations as "ridiculous!" As you may remember, Burton was honored for the [...]
A designer says her sketches were copied, while the fashion house denies these claims
There are few dresses in recent memory — perhaps in history — as famous as Kate Middleton's custom Alexander McQueen wedding gown by Creative Director Sarah Burton. Now, five years later, another designer has filed a lawsuit claiming the design was a knockoff of one of her own.Christine Kendall,... Continue reading
Five years ago, Kate Middleton married Prince William in a stunning gown by Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton, which almost managed to sell a generation of brides on sleeves. But now another designer has filed suit, alleging that dress was based on her uncredited work. Read more...
A fashion designer claims the Alexander McQueen dress Kate wore on her wedding day shared similarities to one she had designed. Team McQueen says thats ridiculous.
Kate Middleton’s stunning wedding dress made headlines back in 2011 when the Duchess walked down the aisle in the Alexander McQueen creation to her Prince. William and Kate have now been married for 5 years and the gown the Duchess wore is still making headlines due to a lesser-know designer claiming that the well known... Show More Summary
THE TAJ MAHAL! What an excellent big finish for this trip — and, of course, a very symbolic one, given that it’s (a) possibly the world’s most famous symbol of love, and (b) the site of one of Diana’s most melancholy photos. How nice for Wills to get a chance to write a happier story Read More...
While we assume Kate Middleton packed her suitcase quite carefully for the royal trip to India and Bhutan, her final outfit was most important. After a lovely send off in Alexander McQueen, the duchess joined Prince William to visitShow More Summary
Kate Middleton and Prince William enjoyed a special send off in Bhutan before boarding a plane to the Taj Mahal, the couple's final destination on their royal trip. Kate's outfit, an eyelet Alexander McQueen suit she wore for the Diamond...Show More Summary
Day one of Kate Middleton and Prince William's trip to India included plenty of colorful dresses - Kate touched down in a printed Alexander McQueen number, later turning to local designer Anita Dongre, and finally ending the evening in a royal blue Jenny Packham gown. Show More Summary
If you are in Mumbai, you very well know that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in town. The royal couple touched down in the city on Sunday and had quite a busy day one. Catherine arrived in a Alexander McQueen dress but the more interesting part of day one came right after when […] The post In Threes appeared first on High Heel Confidential.
Kate Middleton and Prince William's first day in India was a whirlwind of engagements, requiring no less than three outfits for the Duchess. After kicking off her day in a paisley-print Alexander McQueen dress, she changed into an Anita Dongre tunic-inspired piece for the afternoon. Show More Summary