H&M; Conscious Launches Exclusive Glamour Collection

As part of its Conscious initiative, giant fashion conglomerate H&M has created ‘Exclusive Conscious’, a collection of red-carpet looks that showcases the diversity of what is now possible in greener fashion made from sustainable and recycled materials. The range will be available from 12 April in approximately 100 stores worldwide,...

What Do You Love about Lisbon?

A very poetic short film about one of The Style Examiner’s favourite cities in the world has turned into an overnight viral success, with over 45,000 hits in one week. Produced by the Lisbon Lovers collective, ‘What Do You Love about Lisbon?’ is a nicely produced film that reveals what...

The Artist Scoops Costume Design Award at BAFTAs

The Artist‘s costume designer Mark Bridges was named the winner of the Costume Design award at last night’s Orange British Academy Film Awards. Bridges received the award from actors Hayley Atwell and Chris Hemsworth at a ceremony at London’s Royal Opera House. The film also scooped the awards for Best...

Girls on Film: London Unveils Fash/On Film Initiative

The British Fashion Council (BFC) has announced the creation of Fash/On Film, a new initiative that aims to support and develop relationships between fashion designers and film makers, and providing a showcasing opportunity at London Fashion Week (LFW). Following on the footsteps of the New York Fashion Film Festival, now...

Celebrating Hollywood Costume

The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London has announced its major exhibition of 2012. Amidst cinema awards season, ‘Hollywood Costume’ has been launched to the press as one of the most significant celebrations of film costumes in history. When opening to the public on 20 October, the exhibition will...

How to Make it in America: Sex and the (Same) City

For those of you who, like us at The Style Examiner, think that New York City is one of the finest cities in the world, an interesting phenomenon has taken place over the last couple of years that is worth observing. On one of those rare occasions when TV fiction...