A fashion brand showcased a range of designer face masks at Paris Fashion Week amid the global spread of coronavirus

A variety of face masks were displayed at the Marine Serre show in Paris. Victor VIRGILE / Contributor / Getty Images

These are they: the most beautiful spring / summer trends of 2020

Rihanna Killed Victoria’s Secrets’ Fashion Show Business

Victoria’s Secrets’ antiquated lingerie show of yesterday has finally decided to close up shop, and Rihanna’s successful Savage x Fenty brand surely helped deal the final blow.


We asked four teenagers for their fashion tips, while they styled themselves for a special photo shoot. What Influences Teen Fashion? What was popular yesterday could very well be considered unfashionable today, thanks to the rapidly shifting tastes of today’s teen. 

They say spending time with young people keeps you young yourself.

Short story's about teen fashion

Getting a grasp on why your teen dresses the way she does can help you better understand your teen as a person. At the very least, knowing where fashion comes from will help you better predict what your teen will like tomorrow.

Primark’s latest brand campaign is a step further in celebrating skin diversity.

The inimitable Celine Dion, pop diva and iconic queen of couture, stars on our limited-edition September issue

Thankfully, we have brands like Primark that has decided to represent kids and teenagers with vitiligo in their advertising campaigns for its new ranges of children’s active wear and casual wear.

cover, styled by Carine Roitfeld and shot by Mario Sorrenti.

Subscribe to Harper’s Bazaar from just £6 for 6 issues and they will send you the limited-edition Celine Dion cover as your first issue.

Alternatively, they have a limited number of the collectors' edition available to buy online as a one-off for £6, so don't miss your chance to snap up a piece of fashion history by clicking here

Naomi Campbell: “Models of color are not a trend, we are here to stay”

19 AVRIL 2019


Naomi Campbell still sees racism in fashion, despite the industry’s growing efforts to embrace diversity. In an exclusive interview from the Condé Nast Luxury Conference in Cape Town, the supermodel tells Vogue that only when Africa – its models and its designers – is properly represented on the runway will equality really be achieved.

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