Bright Old Things
Fashion and age always had an interesting relationship, with youth usually taking precedent over the old. However, a wonderful shift seems to be taking place. Even though British department store, Selfridges, championed Bright Young Things on all 13 of their windows for the past three years, they decided to change it up and honour Bright Old Things. High-end brands have begun featuring women of an older age in their campaigns such as Julia Roberts for Givenchy, the three unnamed grandmothers for Dolce & Gabbana and Joan Didion for Céline. As the adage goes, “Age is just a number”. Read more: The New York Times

Schiaparelli Couture in January
Despite the exit of creative director Marco Zanini last November, the Schiaparelli couture show will go on. An in-house design team designed the Spring/Summer 2015 couture collection, which will be shown with two runway shows, one for press and one for clients, on January 26. Read more: WWD

Fashion Verdict on the Apple Watch
The Apple Watch is set to hit stores in March 2015 and it will be interesting to see if consumers will welcome it with open arms. Fashion and technology has always seemed difficult to harmoniously combine with one taking precedent over the other. The Telegraph’s fashion director, Lisa Armstrong, offers a fashion perspective on the much-anticipated Apple Watch. Read more: The Telegraph


Text by Alexandra Sarabia

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