Anya Taylor-Joy, Queen Elizabeth II and the finalists for the LVMH prize are featured on the Vogue cover. Keep up-to-date with the latest international fashion news stories.
These are the LVMH Finalists
Here are the eight finalists for LVMH Prize. The semifinalists were chosen from 19 applicants. Two of the eight semifinalists offer genderless designs. Three are in womenswear and three are in menswear. ERS and Winnie NY are US-based, while S.S. Daley and KNWLS represent the UK. Roisin Pierce hails from Ireland, Ashlyn comes from South Kora, TOKYO JAMES is from Nigeria, and RYUNOSUKEOKAZAKI is from Japan.
The LVMH Prize winner receives a EUR300,000.000 allocation and tailored mentorship. Nensi Dojaka was last year’s winner. She is best known for her delicate and revealing fabrics. Bella Hadid and Zendaya have worn her pieces. Jacquemus and Marine Serre were previous winners of this Prize. They have since gone on to be some of the most prominent designers in their respective fields.
Earth Hour: The World Shuts Off
This is the 15th anniversary Earth Hour. The world was asked to turn off electricity from 8.30 to 9.30 pm on Saturday 26 March. In honour of Earth Hour, iconic landmarks in Australia like the Sydney Opera House and Adelaide Convention Center switched off their lights. Earth Hour is not limited to Australia. In solidarity, the Empire State Building, Cairo Pyramids and Eiffel Tower all switched off.
Dermot O’Gorman (WWF-Australia CEO) stated that “There has never been a better time to unite to protect our planet, and shape our future.” “That’s why WWF-Australia’s CEO Dermot O’Gorman asked Australians to switch on Earth Hour and join the millions of people calling for more action to combat climate change. We cannot afford to delay. Our wildlife, communities, and landscapes are all at risk.
Anya Taylor-Joy and Queen Elizabeth Front British Vogue
British Vogue’s April cover features Anya Taylor-Joy and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. The Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee on her first ever Vogue cover. She is shown wearing the George IV State Diadem crown in the beginning days of her reign. Anya Taylor-Joy, in a second playful cover, wears a replica of the crown with messy, ruffled hair set against a champagne background.
It’s the End for See by Chloe
See by Choe will be closing its doors. In the next few years, Chloe will be closing its doors as an offshoot label. The business was shared. The line was founded in 2001 by Stella McCartney (Creative director at the time), and was an affordable alternative for the luxury brand. The brand decided to go in a new direction under Gabrielle Hearst’s direction. Riccardo Bellini CEO stated that closing all 19 stores is a natural and necessary evolution for the company.