In 2014, Victoria Beckham opened a £3 million (about AU$6 million) high-end fashion store in London’s posh Mayfair. The luxurious shop had a VIP area with pricey goods and was decorated with artwork by British designer Damien Hirst. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Victoria’s couture collection made a turnover of £34 million (AU$64 million), and she won the ‘Brand of the Year’ award at the British Fashion Awards.

Read more: David Beckham Saves His Wife’s Fashion Empire

Actress Sienna Miller says there are days when she feels she could go without a brassiere. The 34-year-old shared that she admires the style French women seemingly pull off, and longs to be able to trot around the streets without the lingerie piece, reports ”French women have this sense of style that I just think is exquisite. No bra and a cashmere jumper is my idea of heaven, although it never quite works when I do it,” she said.

Read more: Going sans bra is ‘heaven’ for Sienna Miller

It's the first day of Paris Fashion Week, and the Fashion Month marathon is slowly coming to an end. The street-style crowd in Paris always gives us something to hope for: new silhouettes, a sense of ease, and a whole lot of chic. Maybe it's because PFW has some of the most-watched shows — like Balmain, Vetements, and Céline — but there's definitely a sense that even the models take their street-style sense more seriously in Paris.

Read more: Who Is the Best-Dressed at Paris Fashion Week?

1133Fashion is an essential part of everyone’s life,
you can’t walk around naked, it’s a violation of the law. There are many different elements that go into the clothes you select off the racks at department stores and specialized boutiques. The selection process is an essential part of personal fashion. Ever wonder why when entering a beloved store in the mall all of the stores are featuring the same color pallets? How about the styles one will find on the racks? Where do these styles come from and who decides they’re the trend to follow?

Certainly, popular magazines and style television shows help dictate the trends one find. However, fashion goes deeper than that. Fashion starts on a runway in places around the world such as New York, Paris, London, Tokyo and Milan. Trends including color, shape and general styles sift from these runways to the racks in every local Wal Mart, Macy’s and sometimes even Good Wills. They even make their way to the more creative ones who make their own clothes. Fashion is like a landslide, it starts at the top and slides down until it’s hit everyone ...

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Good news to all fashionitas out there! Premium lingerie brand Victoria's Secret has announced that it will be launching its first full retail store in the mainland, offering its well-known bras and panties, its China-based office told China Daily.

The firm is set to open a 1,475-square meter boutique at Lippo Plaza - the former house of one of Louis Vuitton's four retail outlets in Shanghai. The lingerie shop is anticipated to make its debut by the end of the year. However, according to an insider, specific details have not been confirmed as the opening date largely depends on when the customs clears the company's entire collection.

Read more: Victoria's Secret to Open First Full Retail Lingerie Store in China

Brie Larson in Gucci at this year’s Oscars

The Oscars red carpet has never been exactly at the vanguard of feminism. Unless the five-hours-in-make-up, half-starved-to-death thing is an ongoing subversive agitprop immersive theatre piece orchestrated by Reese Witherspoon to make a point about the gender pay gap in Hollywood by illustrating how much harder the women of Hollywood have to work than the men to pass muster on the red carpet. (That would be awesome.)

Read more: Oscars red carpet 2016

It was a strong month for Instagirls at the newsstand — Kylie and Kendall Jenner, and Bella and Gigi Hadid all scored major covers. Social media and tech darling Karlie Kloss also made multiple appearances. But don’t despair if you’re longing for non-omnipresent models on the covers of major glossies. March 2016 proved to offer a solid mix of up-and-comers and established stunners. It was also a welcome surprise to see a number of magazines opt for natural, almost makeup-free looks.

Here’s a look at all the aforementioned covers and more in our spotlight of the most memorable March 2016 glossies.


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