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The society event of the year took place this weekend, and from racy speeches to beautifully dressed guests, we have all the details you need to know about to be up to date.


In case you hadn’t heard already, we’re talking about Pippa Middleton’s wedding to millionaire hedge-fund manager James Matthews of course!

The lavish ceremony attended by many royals started at St Mark’s Church in Englefield, and was followed by a reception at Pippa’s parents' house in Bucklebury. It is rumoured to have cost the family hundreds of thousands of pounds, but that’s doesn’t really surprise us given the small details that we know about, like the 140ft glass marquee that they held in their garden or the fact that all the waiters were models…

Everything ran super smoothly except for a few mishaps.

Although James reportedly prevented his brother, reality TV star Spencer Matthews, from making a speech, it looks like he was worrying about the wrong person. His best man, Justin Johannsen, compared Pippa to a dog and made several sexual comments in his speech, leading to an awkward silence at the wedding. We can only imagine the reaction of the royals…

There was also some controversy regarding the seating plan. For some curious reason, Meghan Markle, Harry’s current girlfriend, was sat apart from him during the ceremony. We hope it wasn’t deliberate…

Overall, though, the dreamy ceremony was perfectly orchestrated and the guests wore beautiful outfits, totally up to the wedding’s standards. From Pippa’s gorgeous Giles Deacon gown to Kate’s blush pink Alexander McQueen dress, we were super impressed. 

Click through the gallery to see for yourself and then scroll down to copy Kate Middleton’s look!

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Here’s what happened in this week’s resort shows. 


Prada and Chanel were the first to display their resort 2018 shows on the catwalk. In true splendour, Karl Lagerfeld and Miuccia Prada presented us with some spectacular shows, both equally as impressive with hints sparkle! 

In Paris, Chanel cruise 2018 set the scene in Ancient Grece…packed with drama! Stepping back into an era of draped gold and white grecian gowns, ornate headpieces ad fine jewellery as well as gladiator sandals and gloves. Karl presented true classical glamour, with a Chanel twist. Chanel girls included models Mica Arganaraz, Marjan Jonkman and Ana Ewers, and attendees Keira Knightley and Yara Shahidi. 

Prada’s Instagram revealed their post: “The Shape of Things”, with the emphasis on shape and structure for this collection. They juxtaposed soft femininity with industrial structures. The overall feel of the collection was playful, mixing sportswear, luxe, lingerie and sheer layering. Pink, green and lilac pastel hues, silver sequins and feathers lined the runway. This glittering display was accompanied by a beautiful pink walled and parquet floor set. Just dreamy!

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The French fashion industry just implemented some strict new regulations regarding model sizes and advertisements to protect the health of models and prevent anorexia.


The first new law obliges models to have a medical certificate establishing their physical well-being and proving that they are not excessively underweight. If this isn’t respected, the model's employer will be subject to a fine of €75,000 as well as six months in jail.

The second new regulation concerns ad campaigns. It ensures that all commercials that edit models' bodily appearances must contain the label “photographie retouchée” (i.e. retouched photograph), otherwise risking a 37,500 fine.

Many similar steps have been taken to make the fashion industry more diverse, but none of them have truly worked so we hope that the implementation of fines will make a difference. And, seeing that France is generally considered the home of fashion, we hope that many others will follow in its footsteps.

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The modelling industry is full with celebrities’ kids, so much so that most faces that probably come to your mind when you think of models most likely have famous parents. Go ahead, try it… 

From big names like Kendall Jenner Gigi Hadid, and Zoe Kravitz to newer models like Kaia Crawford and Lily Grace Moss, it’s actually very rare to see a designer runway without at least one of these famous kids.

Click through the gallery to find out how many of them you know…

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The Fashion Spot has released a report analysing model diversity in spring 2017 ad campaigns and we have to admit the results are a little disappointing.


You’d think that that the fashion industry would reflect the growing buying power and influence of minorities, transgenders, women over 50 and people that are above a size 8, but this really isn’t the case…

The study showed that only 24.5% of models cast were nonwhite, which is only a 1.2 point increase from last season.
Models over the age of 50 decreased in campaign appearances, the only model casted being Lauren Hutton.
We are seeing more plus-size models but they were only casted 10 times out of 444 castings.
And transgender models had their most visible season yet, with five transgender models cast in four campaigns, but this is obviously still not enough.

Although many industry leaders like Alexander Wang, Stella McCartney and Urban Outfitters have very diverse campaigns, there are still far too many brands like Celine and Armani that continue to cast only young white skinny girls and that’s just unacceptable. 

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Pant suits have been around for a while now, but most of us always feel like we have to opt for skirts and dresses in order to stay fashionable.


Luckily, this season, many brands like Gucci and Stella McCartney have released models that we actually want to buy. And let’s face it, nothing says stylish and confident like a pantsuit.

Whether you’re looking for cropped or tuxedo-like jackets, skinny or wide-legged pants, prints or solids, Matches.com has you covered.

So scroll down and shop their best pieces if you’re ready to get down to business.

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The sun is finally coming out, and that only means one thing: it’s time to buy a new pair of sunglasses. 


This season, it’s all about the tinted shades. Pink and yellow are the most common colours, but you can go for orange or purple if you’re feeling bold. It’s the ultimate accessory that adds an edge to any outfit! 

The trend has recently been spotted among all our favourite celebs, from models like Bella Hadid and Suki Waterhouse, to fashion bloggers like Caroline Daur and even celebrities like Selena Gomez. 

So don’t waste any time and scroll down to shop your favourite pair!


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This season, if you’re looking to adopt the latest hair trend of the moment, all you need is a trim.


No need to go for anything complicated, we’ve seen it on all the runways and red carpets: everyone is going for short and wavy natural-looking hair. So go back to your original colour and get your hair cut shoulder-length or above, and let the compliments roll in.

This fresh look is perfect for the spring and the best part about it is that it’s super low maintenance, all you have to is get out of bed. No styling or complicated hair-do necessary, and the result is a stylish yet effortless look! Not to mention the positive effects it’ll have on your hair. Going short will make your hair stronger and healthier, which will immediately give it more volume.

So what are you waiting for?


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Designer Tory Burch recently released a video of Poppy Delevigne and two other models dancing to Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall’s “Juju on That Beat”. 


The move caused controversy and Tory Burch was immediately accused of cultural appropriation. Critics found it shocking that the clip used a song by two black artists without featuring any models of colour. Others however, found nothing wrong with it (aside from the awkward dancing, of course). 

This isn’t the first time the fashion industry is accused of cultural appropriation. Many similar episodes have been seen, like Marc Jacob sending white models wearing faux wool dreadlocks down the runway or Karlie Kloss dressing like a Japanese Geisha for a shoot. 

Nevertheless, Tory Burch did not contest the accusations. She took the video down and immediately apologised, saying:The video was intended to celebrate music that we love with our spring collection. It was never meant to be insensitive in any way. I personally feel badly if this hurt anyone, and I'm truly sorry”.


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Dans la série des fils à papa qui deviennent mannequins vient s’ajouter Noé Elmaleh.


On l’avait déjà repéré sur Instagram, mais le fils de Gad Elmaleh vient de faire son entrée officielle dans le monde de la mode en défilant pour Zadig et Voltaire à la New York Fashion Week, aux côtés de Bella Hadid et Hailey Baldwin. Pas mal pour un premier podium ! 

Il a fêté l’occasion sur Instagram en publiant une photo de lui, remerciant la marque pour un défilé tout à fait « amazing » ! 

Et la bonne nouvelle, c’est que le beau gosse aux yeux bleus vient de signer avec l’agence Success Models, donc préparez-vous, on n’a pas fini d’en entendre parler…

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Vogue promises us a "diversity issue", they give us Karlie Kloss dressed as a Geisha. Karlie isn't Japanese. She also isn't under represented, considering she's one of the highest earning supermodels in the world. Just this week Karlie confused Destiny's Child and TLC. We didn't think it could get worse, but it did. 


In the shoot her face appears to be whitened, and her hair is done in the traditional Shimada style. Did we get stuck in a time warp? Or is this actually happening? In 2017!

Karlie knows better, Vogue knows better, yet here we are again. Vogue have culturally appropriated a hundred times, and this isn't Karlie's first time at the rodeo. Remember in 2012 when she strutted down the catwalk in a Native American headdress? Stay classy, guys. 

She has set up a coding school, she's is a vocal feminist and has all the makings of a role model. She's smart as hell, yet continues to make such stupid mistakes. Why? She's in a position to say 'no' and turn down shoots that aren't right for her, but does she? No. 

Vogue is a bible for us fashion-lovers, but that doesn't mean they should get a haul pass when it comes to cultural appropriation. There are hundreds of beautiful Japanese models, and Vogue could have had their pick- do better. Please, just do better. 

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Vogue's March 2017 cover has landed, entitled "Modern American Woman", featuring an eclectic group of models: Adwoa Aboah, Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, Vittoria Ceretti, Imaan Hammam, Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner. 


Vogue spoke about the editorial stating "each of these cover girls proudly inhabits her own particular gorgeousness in her own particular way. Together they represent a seismic social shift: The new beauty norm is no norm. And fashion, the industry that-yes-has historically done much to enforce beauty codes, is joining the movement". 

Adding "In a climate of immigration bans and building walls, the biggest names in 2017 make the case that there isn't just one type of American girl- nor has there ever been". 

However, some people aren't happy with the cover, accusing Vogue of photoshopping Gigi's arm to cover Ashley's waist, and making Ashley pose to cover her thigh. 

Ashely has taken to Instagram to banish these rumours stating "I chose to pose like that..no one told me to do anything". 

The cover isn't fully inclusive, nor is it leaping that far from beauty standards the industry continually enforces, but it is progress. Calling it a "beauty revolution" may be a little farfetched, but it's a step in the right direction. Baby steps people, baby steps. 

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