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5 Reasons Why The Hadids Are Dominating Fashion Weeks

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26 February 2018

5 Reasons Why The Hadids Have Dominated Fashion Weeks

As Milan Fashion Week AW18 closed with the fourth and final Gigi x Tommy collection, the Formula 1 inspired Tommy Hilfiger designs were showcased on racetrack runway which was walked by all three Hadid siblings. As Gigi, Bella and Anwar walked alongside model friends Hailey Baldwin and Winnie Harlow, the Hadid sisters especially revealed their fashion month success in New York, Milan and potentially Paris!

The Top 6 Best Dressed Women In Black At The BAFTAs 2018

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19 February 2018

Best Dressed Women In Black At The BAFTAs 2018

We're still celebrating awards season as the 71st British Academy Film Awards took place last night in London at the Royal Albert Hall. Celebrities on the red carpet once again showed their support of the Times Up movement by wearing all black, as the BAFTAs 2018 dress code reflected the same message as the Golden Globe Awards back in January.

9 Times Sonam Kapoor Was Pretty In Pink

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18 January 2018

Sonam Kapoor's style moments

Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor chose two pink outfits for her recent visit to Geneva! Arriving at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in a pink princess gown for IWC Schaffhausen's 150th anniversary gala dinner, Sonam Kapoor also opted for a dusty pink three-piece suit for the Jubilee Collection launch.

Proving that pink can be chic and contemporary; Sonam Kapoor was styled by her sister Rhea for the events in Geneva, as her red carpet looks stood out once again.

The Middle Eastern Gowns At The Golden Globe Awards

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8 January 2018

Middle Eastern designers on the Golden Globes red carpet

It wouldn’t be an awards show without Lebanese designers Zuhair Murad and Elie Saab showcasing their haute couture gowns, however dresses designed for the Golden Globes 2018 weren’t just made for the glitz and glamour of the red carpet. As these Middle Eastern designers helped to show their support of the Times Up movement with their stunning black gowns.