To mark the Queen's 90th birthday (April 21), Royal Mail has released a new royal family photo. Her Royal Highness poses with her son Prince Charles, her grandson Prince William and her great grandson Prince George. Their faces are being turned into special edition of postage stamps.
The Duke of Windsor - first as Prince of Wales and later while living in exile because of his sympathies for Hitler and his marriage to Wallies Simpson - loved to experiment, although the military uniforms perfectly matched his somewhat decadent face. I won't forget his breeches and boots during one walk with the Japanese princess through the gardens of Balmoral castle.
It's quite possible that Daniel Craig's fourth turn as 007 will be his best and his last turn to play the secret agent who's more like a superhero. Craig, who gives some incredibly candid replies when being interviewed, said he'd rather slit his wrist than play James Bond again, and if he did, it would be only for the money. His co-star, Naomie Harris, who played Eve Moneypenny opposite Craig's secret agent in Skyfall and will be reprising her role in the upcoming Spectre, told BBC News that Craig was "just being sarcastic." She said that his sense of humor doesn't translate well to print and that Craig is definitely immersed in being Bond and will do another Bond flick.
Over the past two decades, Fernando Gutiérrez has developed into a highly individual and distinctive graphic designer, and of the most talented in the UK. Through his many books, catalogues, magazines, exhibitions and posters, he has raised public awareness of challenging social issues, made museum and gallery collections more accessible, and reignited public interest in classic literature.
Last night (November 27th 2014) four of the UK's best designers were recognised for their outstanding contribution to design and society by becoming Royal Designers for Industry (RDI) at an award ceremony held at the RSA.
Robert Noble was originally established in Galashiels, Scotland under the name of David Ballantyne in 1666 and today - almost 350 years later - it combines centuries-old techniques with modern technology to serve some of the most famous fashion houses in the world.
'There is no reference to the past - I'm trying to go to the future!' said world famous fashion designer Carolina Herrera about her Fall/Winter 2014 womenswear collection.
Carolina offers to ladies both daywear and eveningwear.
For days - volume with rounded shoulders on top (to emphasize a tiny waist), over slim skirts and pants in brown, navy and royal blue; for nights - prints in geometric patterns and rusty shades of blue, bronze and orange.
Princesses' dresses in the richest of colors.
This is the key of Elie Saab's Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2013/2014 collection.
The 49-year-old Lebanese designer, who is one of the world's most fashionable couturiers, showed richly embroidered designs in emerald green, navy blue, a deep red, silver, and cream, during the Paris Fashion Week in France.
Only a day after they left hospital, the royal couple - Prince William and Kate Middleton - announced that their baby's name is George Alexander Louis.
He will be known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge and one day as King George VII, unless he decide to use his middle name.
Yesterday, July 23, 2013, 7:14 p.m. London time, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out of the doors of St. Mary's Hospital's Lindo Wing in London to pose for photographs with their newborn son.
The proud father said that they are still working on a name. His title will be His Royal Highness Prince (name) of Cambridge.
The day-old baby was swaddled in a white blanket, Kate was wearing a bespoke blue polka dot dress by British designers, Jenny Packham, and signature wedges in cream, while William was in dark pants and ubiquitous blue collared shirt.
Pippa Middleton wowed the world at her sister's wedding when she appeared in an ivory colord crepe column, complete with cowl neck, designed by Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton.
Cameron Diaz wore the same Alexander McQueen gown in bold red to the Golden Globes in 2010.
Tony Lance underwear brought the first evening of the fashion show Fashion evenings 2010 to a close with impressive combination of lingerie and retro accessories provided by "Party house". The models presented mysterious masks, gorgeous hats, collars with ostrich feathers, royal crowns, cloaks and wigs.
Tony Lance presented lingerie from satin and chiffon with floral motifs, embroidery, curls, pleats and lace, in fashion this season.