Boots up to there are the shoe to wear.
He calls most of his front-row guests ignorant.
The fall collections were full of micro-minis, plunging necklines, bodysuits, and slits up to there. Not exactly what we were expecting.
Thigh-high boots emerged as the hot shoe for fall, landing so far up the leg they doubled as leg warmers.
The big accessory this season is fur gauntlets, the extra-long cuffs that keep arms cozy.
This season, designers sent out messy furs, oodles of lamb, and shearling in droves. PETA, we suggest you avert your eyes.
While colorful makeup electrified the New York runways, beauty was decidedly darker across the pond.
London Fashion Week is notorious for its outré fashion. But this season, everything was so normal.
London's runways featured a mix of iconic faces and fresh beauties.
See a slideshow of the fancy British people who showed up in even fancier hats.
Just one of many random designer facts in British 'Vogue' TV's year-end reel.
Christopher Kane designed a radio, Giles Deacon is doing stationery, and Gareth Pugh has gone and made a Christmas tree.
London's looks are notoriously off-the-wall. But that's what we love about those wacky Brits.
The sheer trend we saw on New York runways jumped the pond and hit London last week. In droves. Bras, next season, are optional. NSFW, naturally.
Creative way to bring the eighties back, eh?
Also, Agyness Deyn's assistant copies her do, and Giles Deacon doesn't skimp on eye makeup.
Also, Sir Philip Green funds new designers, and Emma Watson hits the front rows in London.
Gap's New Design Editions by guest designers like Phillip Lim are selling briskly, but there's not a lot of in-store violence. Also: video clips of insane brides, a horrid runway fall, and the lovely Simon Doonan.