The actress' mother was widely applauded for attending the Emmy Awards 2018 in traditional Korean dress.
It’s been 21 years since her death, yet Princess Diana arguably remains the greatest style icon of the last century. From the moment she joined the royal family, the princess challenged the status quo, wearing the likes of oversized tailoring, figure-hugging LBDs, androgynous suits, leopard print and boiler suits. She indulged in her obvious love for fashion, despite the restraints that so clearly surrounded her. And to this day, the Diana’s style is still celebrated, through countless books dissecting her influence, sell-out exhibitions in her honour, and fan-run Instagram accounts that gush over her everlasting elegance. What’s more, Lady Di’s style influence has even found itself into the mainstream trends of today. In 2018, we’re wearing cycling shorts , animal print and oversized blazers with fervour, but Diana was doing it thirty years ago. We count down the trends we’re wearing today that Diana rocked first… Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK : Princess Diana’s fashion evolution in pictures, from her wedding to her death ‘Press not to blame for Princess Diana’s death’, says her former bodyguard ‘Meghan isn’t the new Diana,’ says former palace press secretary Dickie Arbiter
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The stars were out in force for the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) in New York City on Monday night. Rita Ora and Millie Bobby Brown flew the flag for Britain, with Rita wearing an almost entirely see-through mesh dress by Jean Paul Gaultier. The 27-year-old completed her VMAs look with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and a slicked-back hairdo. Meanwhile, 14-year-old Millie wore a black Rosie Assoulin look, with a crop top. Elsewhere, Jennifer Lopez glittered in a metallic custom Versace dress and Kylie Jenner looked unusually conservative in a belted Tom Ford tuxedo dress. Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick made a special appearance to promote their new film. Blake continued her recent trouser suit trend in a Ralph & Russo number while Anna opted for an embellished mini dress, also by the British design duo. Scroll to see what each A-lister wore to the 2018 VMAs. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: August’s best dressed celebrities Meghan Markle’s style file: Every outfit the Duchess has worn out Kendall Jenner infuriates modelling community with ‘privileged’ comments
The Queen is a lady of very particular taste and her eye for detail should never go underrated. Whether she’s subtly shading Donald Trump with a brooch , wearing her signature white gloves , or matching a pair of chic, metallic block heels to her handbag , Her Majesty’s eye for detail knows no limits. But what many may not have noticed is that the Queen’s sartorial prowess steps up a gear when the heavens open. For us, rain means grabbing the first nondescript, black umbrella we can find to make the sprint from flat to tube, but for the Queen, precipitation is no less than an opportunity for style. Yes: when it rains, the Queen showcases her extensive collection of umbrellas, which she ALWAYS matches to her bright outfits. Her Majesty’s favoured brollies are transparent, domed, birdcage styles, which she keeps in an assortment of coloured rims. Just see for yourself and prepare to grin… Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK : People think the Queen shaded Trump with this subtle outfit accessory The Queen pairs fashion-forward metallic footwear with matching bag at Order of the Garter How the Duchess of Sussex’s Wimbledon outfit gave a diplomatic nod to the tournament
*Warning: Some readers may find some of the images in this article NSFW. You’ve got to give it to Madonna ; she doesn’t give a hoot what people think of her style. The award-winning artist has been longstanding red carpet rebel, working one headline-hitting outfit after another. Vogue once called the singer, who turns 60 on 16 August, an “indisputable American icon” – and that’s undeniably true. Over her 30-plus year career, her wardrobe’s become as iconic as her chart-topping hits. Madonna’s look has always been an integral part of her career and has constantly evolved. With each new record/album/tour came a new look and a new Madonna. She’s not only the Queen of Pop – but the Queen of Reinvention. The singer launched her career in the early 80s as the ultimate ‘material girl’ with statement hair accessories, loud colours and even louder make-up. As the decade passed, Madonna became more rebellious. Edgy tulle skirts were paired with crucifixes and layered necklaces reminiscent of a 1930s pin-up. Up next was Madonna’s most sexy era. She teamed up with French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier and took to the stage in version one of the bullet bra; one of her most controversial looks to date. By comparison, the naughties were fairly tame for the superstar. A focus on her film career (Madonna scored starring roles in ‘Evita’, ‘Swept Away’, and a cameo in ‘Die Another Day’) and new husband director Guy Ritchie in her life, she toned down her fashion and arrived at red carpet events in fairly sedate looks. But that didn’t mean Madonna was ready to retire her corsets. Aged 50, the singer was still wearing a leotard – a clear sign that she was never going to conform to society’s constraints. In 2016, aged 57, she arrived at the Met Gala wearing a lace look that bared both her breasts and behind. While half the world condemned the singer, the other half applauded her figurative finger-flip to ageism. What’s next for the boundary-pushing icon? Your guess is as good as ours. For now, we’ll content ourselves with looking back at Madonna’s most controversial outfits to date. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Madonna’s age-shamed yet again: Is it time to give the singer a break? Madonna hits back at her critics in powerful speech about ageism, sexism and misogyny
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“We are the first: we are young women trying to build careers and have personal lives, and we’re also princesses and doing all of this in the public eye.”
The Duchess of Sussex looked to an under-the-radar label for the London outing.