Renowned modelling agency Models 1 have joined forces with pluz-size company Excel to form a new division for the curvier catwalk model out there – it’s about time!
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With Emmanuelle Alt set to debut her first Vogue Paris issues as Editor-in-Chief in April, the ever-speculative rumours that supermodel Gisele will grace the front cover have finally been laid […]
Possibly one of the most fascinating musical figures to emerge of as late, the sharp-tongued, tough-talking hip-hop princess Nicki Minaj has certainly put a profound feminine stamp on a male […]
The old weight debate has been around for as long as we can remember, but when did fashion become so thin? Has everyone forgotten the likes of Marilyn Monroe? No, […]
Fashion fans will well remember us revealing last year that Mark Fast would be designing a range for Topshop, and finally, the time has come when we can begin to […]
Who’ll win this year’s coveted ANDAM prize? Well for starters, two of London’s bright young things will be among the six battling it out to win the €220,000 prize money, […]
You may have noticed we’ve taken a back seat in this season’s London Fashion Week , but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been casting our eagle eye over the collections. […]
Last season, Mark Fast caused a controversial ruckus when he used plus-size model Hayley Morely to open his spring show. This season, she’s back with a bang. And a bum.
His choice of models may have sparked controversy last season, but it’s full speed ahead for British designer Mark Fast as her gears up to launch a diffusion line.
When Mark Fast sent plus-size models down his spring catwalk in September, fashion fans had a field day. Well, the plus-size debate is always going to get trendy tongues wagging. […]
Oh dear. We think Karl Lagerfeld may have just lost himself a few fans with his latest revelation: anyone who doesn’t prefer to look at skinny models is just a […]
Mark Fast is rumoured to create a collection for high street giant Topshop.
Mark Fast has sparked huge controversy after using plus-size models in his S/S10 collection at London Fashion Week. The Canadian designer known for his super tight body-con knitwear used three […]