A very important day for the royal couple Prince Harry and Megan Markle who tied the knot in St George’s Chapel at Windsor castle earlier today.
The event which saw thousands of people wait patiently throughout Windsor Castle had a long star-studded list of celebrities attend. Such as Victoria and David Beckham, Oprah Winfrey, Idris Elba and The Dutches of Cambridge.
The ceremony took place in St George’s Chapel the same church that Prince Harry was baptised in the 80s, showcasing to a personal crowd of 600 guests who were seated and watched the emotional service.
On arrival after the royal family had been seated and following tradition the Queen being last to arrive, Megan made an appearance in a Roles Royce Phantom accompanied by two pageboys.
Megan’s dress caused great speculation on who exactly was the designer for this special occasion, many media outlets swayed towards Stella McCartney a designer worn by many attendees this afternoon such as Oprah Winfrey and Amal Clooney.
Clair Waite Keller, recently appointed artistic and creative director of French design house Givenchy designed Megan’s dress. Keller who previously worked for Chloe and showcased a Couture collection this January for Givenchy is known for her romantic style and is the first female creative director of Givenchy. A clear perfect choice for this historical garment.
The dress which showed great elegance, a timeless creation by the talented British designer was fitted, showing Megan’s slim frame in a classy manner. A slight show of shoulder with modern mid-length sleeves displayed Givenchy’s characteristics.
Megan's veil was hand embroidered and reached 5 meters long of silk tulle worn with a magnificent tiara made of Diamonds accessorised with a Cartier bracelet.
Megan gracefully walked down the aisle to meet her husband to be, accompanied by The Prince Of Wales who walked with her as her father was in absence due to a recent heart operation.
Prince Harry wore a Frockcoat uniform, tailored by Savile Row Dege & Skinner.
The Queen wore a Lime tweed coat by Stewart Parvin, a lemon and purple silk dress. The hat also made of tweed was designed by Angela Kelly.
On Monday 7th of May, the largest fashion fundraising event took place, the MET GALA. Which was held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
A wide variety of A-list celebrities attended from actresses, models and music artists where seen on the lavish cream carpet. A great display of luxury outfits where worn under this years exhibition theme, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. Iconic designer brands took part and created fashion works of art all for a great fundraising cause this year including Tommy Hilfiger, Versace, and Prabal Gurung.
At the MET GALA Prabal displayed a vibrant, lavish and sophisticated Altiere Prabal Gurung collection, each gown is bespoke and designed specifically for its wearer taking unique characteristics and portraying them through each dress. The eye-catching pallet used for this collection was unapologetically fierce with a heavenly vibe.
Prabal Gurung is no newbie at the MET and is well known for his couture ready to wear style. Creating iconic pieces fit for the angelic woman of today.
Prabal's creative skills also pour into TASAKI as creative director after being appointed in 2017. TASAKI, a premium jeweler with a reputation for creating eye-catching designs dedicated to craftsmanship. A perfect match for the MET GALA this year.
An unforgettable appearance from each guest at the Met Gala wearing the iconic Prabal Gurung's designs and latest Atelier collection with TASAKI below.
Diane Kruger wears a Balloon sleeve mini dress with a pearl-encrusted trail
Hailee Steinfeld takes an angelic look in a tank gown with wings like sculpture sides and a TASAKI Tanzanite Necklace.
Ashley Graham is in a silk chiffon cape gown embellished with sequins and TASAKI Atelier Aurora Ring
Gabrielle Union catches our eye with an elegant plunging neckline gown with side split worn with a Ritz Paris Diamond Ring and necklace.
Deepika Padukone boldly wears a deep red Sculpture shoulder gown and TASAKI Atelier Nacreous Earrings.
Eliza Gonzalez is in a sophisticated cross motif column gown accessorised with an eye-catching tanzanite and diamond suite by TASAKI.
Hikari Mori wears a pastel green strapless flounce mermaid gown with a unique TASAKI Atelier Waterfall Necklace with Diamond and Pearls.
Paul Costelloe returned this season with another spectacular collection showing his latest designs for AW18. A number of silhouettes and key trends were spotted through this seasons looks including checkered prints, plunge necklines, and ruffle finishing.
The use of autumn tones and textures displayed created a classy and elegant look, this continued with the use of feminine shapes and eye-catching prints. Floral and plaid tweed was merged with Bishop sleeves and chunky knitwear creating a youthful vibe, Winter greys, Navy and deep Browns placed perfectly alongside yellow and pinks.
Overall this collection was eye-catching and vibrant, creating a strong look for today’s modern woman. Paul Costelloe continues to bring a number of refreshing looks each season and he did not disappoint for AW18, the brand continues to demonstrate elegance with a strong reference to Irish heritage, this leaving us eagerly waiting for next seasons collection.
The 90th Oscar ceremony was held in L.A, a prestigious annual red carpet event which celebrates talent in the entertainment industry. With a vast number of celebrity faces attending including industry legends, it doesn’t come to surprise that so much talent was recognised with the familiar and famous golden statue.
Below is a break down of Fashion Thirsts favorite looks of celebrities that attended last night.
Armie Hammer wears a luxurious Velvet suite, a subtle rouge tone by Armani Prive.
Eiza Gonzalez wears Ralph Lauren an eye-catching canary yellow gown, elegant and figure-hugging with on-trend buckles on an open back and a halter neckline
Emily Blunt attends in Schiaparelli a soft blue toned full-length gown with a high collar and gathered detailing.
Gal Gadot wears Givenchy Haute Couture a glistening spaghetti strapped dress and a fringed finish.
Greta Gerwig is seen in a beautiful floral embroidered gown, a summery orange with spaghetti straps by Rodarte.
Jane Fonda wears a sophisticated all white gown my Balmain with padded shoulders and long sleeves.
Jennifer Lawrence is dressed in Christian Dior, a floor-length look with a sexy feel and a sparkling gold finish.
Kelly Marie Tran wears Jenny Peckham, a stunning baby blue gown, deep neckline with embroidered breast panels.
Lupita Nyong’O wears a beautiful embellished Atelier Versace, side split and pleats with a mixture of black and gold creating a stunning strong look for the event
Margot Robbie wears a classic off the shoulder white Chanel gown with a fitted silhouette.
Nicole Kidman wears a royal blue gown by Armani Prive with a heart neckline, front split, and oversized bow.
Salma Hayek attends in Gucci a sequinned gown layered with an on-trend lilac tone and diamanté shawl.
Zendaya wears Giambattista an elegant chocolate brown full-length gown, a timeless off the shoulder silhouette with exaggerated draping detail.
An elegant and unforgettable display of this seasons looks from Rohmir took place during London Fashion Week at The Freemasons building at Fashion Scout last week.
The Swiss designer who collaborated this season with Choreographer and dancer Kirill Burlov and National Ballet dancer Jia Zhang. displaying this seasons collection with great elegance, a mixture between runway and dance. “Shall we dance” was Inspired by the designers trip to South America.
This collection was both glamorous and luxury with a variety of fabrics such as velvet, silk, lace and ostrich feathers, deep teals, flamboyant gold, and peach also showcased throughout, including floral textures.
Timeless shapes where consistent through this seasons looks, with open sleeved capes, off the shoulder gowns and deep plunge necklines. The subtle skin was also shown which gave this season a slightly sexy tone, this was seen with side split full-length skirts. The collection also showcased children’s wear with matching outfits, demonstrating a range of looks for those special occasions that are sometimes accompanied by children.
Overall the collection was one of a kind and stood out from many on the day, the classy timeless pieces spoke volume and leave us eagerly awaiting next seasons collection.