Demonstrating how one designs with the heart – and guts – with a tribute to the roots: tailoring, heritage and sensuality, with an emphasis on craftsmanship and tailoring.
The backstage is always a good place to spot new trends; this year it isn't a new mobile or a new diet... But a whole new way to sit; exit the chair (so predictable), our fashion crowd is all finding creative new aternatives.
Catwalk shows always start with much waiting in line - and while queuing models tend to get creative to keep sane. It is all about attracting some camera attention and for that each one has her own posing technique...
A backstage veteran, Mariacarla is the textbook example of how to get ready model-style; Swide spied on the Italian supermodel in the hope of learning a thing or two.
Swide unveils what happens immediately after a fashion show has just ended. Editors rush backstage to congratulate the designers, assistants pack up the collection...
For this F/W 10-11 Dolce & Gabbana women's collection, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana looked back to the inspirations of their beginnings and showed us what putting on a show really means.
No .432 in a limited series - as much as she would like to dish stories about her current male interest to her girlfriends, she prefers to keep it on the hush.
Less than 24 hours' patience required before the mysterious fabrics, colours and shapes seen in our Pre-Show series become a full-blown Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2010 women's collection.
Catherine Deneuve put on a nice big jumper and went out on for a party on the slopes - well after a little detour via the Fall 2010 D&G catwalk.
When Interpol's debut album emerged in 2002 in a bluster of hipster adoration, their championing of influences like The Chameleons and Echo & The Bunnymen was a necessary reappraisal of a post-punk aesthetic that had fallen into vigorous unfashionability. So it's a perfectly reasonable postmodern progression to find 2010 blossoming with the fragrant musical reminiscences of, well, post-post-punk.
Swide is quite the music fan but Diane Birch's haunting sounds took us to the next level and we became downright groupies. Imagine our fiddy excitement when we were invited to an exclusive private performance.
In a world full of extravagant style statements, the bare simplicity of a garment speaks volumes. Swide joins Another Magazine in proclaiming its love for natural beauty.
We are back with Domenico and Stefano and everything is looking a little more glamourous as the big catwalk day is getting closer; the clothes are looking rather ready and our designers like classic black and white film stars... Who knows what trendy tricks they have up their sleeves for Sunday!
Dakota Fanning is growing up in front of our eyes. The little girl we first fell in love with in "I am Sam" has evolved into a full grown, respected actress. We last saw Dakota in Twilight's "New Moon", but in her latest movie playing "Cherie Currie", she ditches her fangs for a rocking 12-string guitar.
Enjoy the backstage gossip and atmosphere without having to deal with the models' attitude. Swide's backstage tweeting is back on Sunday (a good enough reason to get out of bed despite one's hangover).
In the midst of the million show preparations, Stefano Gabbana has been enjoying the occasional Twitter break to provide his many online fans with the latest updates; after following him around his studio were you also wondering what may have been going on in his head? Read on.
What with the F/W 2010-11 D&G show quickly approaching, we take a last minute look at the collection and unveil enough furry and glittery secrets to keep you guessing till the models hit the catwalk.
The D&G Women’s collection for Winter 2011 portrays the girls’ perfect wardrobe for a stylish weekend on the slopes. A wardrobe made for spending time cuddling with boyfriends inside a warm chalet or for sunbathing on the slopes. It is all about rising up to the occasion, whether getting ready for happy hour, for shopping trips or to party all night long.
Milan Fashion Week can be overwhelming to the fashion newbies. Understanding that planners, city guides, maps, and other aids tend to take up too much space in handbags, Swide offers up some mobile application tips that will ease your way through the mayhem.
There is more to Milan this week than cocktails and hemlines. Opening March 1st is Richard Hambleton's exciting show with no less than 15 never-seen-before works; the coming together of a veteran artist and two highly successful young art entrepreneurs.
Who needs a girlfriend when they can have a muse? Following in his father's footsteps Sean Lennon proves that behind a decent man there must always be a great woman.
For us mere mortals getting ready for a day on the snow means putting on a vile ski ensemble, some tired goggles and an inch-think layer of sunscreen... For our D&G models things are really rather different; see for yourselves...
The winter season has never looked this good. The D&G Women’s Winter Show had a little bit of everything for that ski goddess from slinky chiffons to night time knits. We couldn’t help but be blinded in awe by the dazzling Swarovski encrusted ski goggles, bringing glamour back to the slopes. Watch it all now!
This year's D&G Women's Winter 2010-11 show brought out some Milan fashion week newbies and veterans. Swide was on the scene to make all of them feel at home.
The future of football may very well change with AGENT's’ newest see-through ball. Aside from simply glowing and changing different colours, the ball also plays as a kind-of ‘referee’ to itself? Explore the newest football that doesn’t require a game playback.
There used to be a time where waffle cones were used to serve just ice cream, but the trend these days have cones being incorporated into the realm of fast food in intriguing and creative ways; while some being more practical than others.
The video series we know and love: the Pre-Show Diaries are back for this Fall/Winter 2010-2011 women's fashion week. Designers Domenico and Stefano were captured by the Dolce & Gabbana camera while working their creative magic.
We would expect nothing less from a James Bond girl than a sizzling fashion editorial and Italian bombshell Caterina Murino does not disappoint in a full-on fishnet look.
Opening last week was a highly awaited retrospective by British designer and architect Ron Arad; for the next three months the Barbican will become Arad's very own design wonderland for the enjoyment of anyone who might be wanting more from inspiring design than an attractive chair. Swide's very own London contributor reports on a memorable visit.
Twitter is one of our healthier addictions and we shall be honouring that Swide tradition tomorrow as we tweet from D&G's F/W 2010-11 women's show, with all the essential backstage gossip!
Milan Fashion Week opens today and while many must be looking forward to the shows, we can imagine even more are looking forward to being immortalised on a streetstyle blog. Swide offers you a guide to Milan done in the proper streetstyle way, complete with top spots and essential addresses.
Bloggers being fashion's new darlings hardly constitutes breaking news yet their being chosen by Vogue as special guest models in their latest editorial might just be the ultimate approval.
The band, Late of the Pier may be a bunch of jokers, but the amount of talent spewing from this four-man front is no joke.Band member, Sam Potter makes his directorial debut with Late of the Pier's newest video, "Best in Class" and invited everyone from random Facebook friends to his own grandma to be a part of it all.
Last year, supermodel Naomi Campbell gave up residency in London and now calls Moscow ‘home’ with boyfriend, Vladislav Doronin. Swide explores Naomi’s most frequented restaurant, gallery and live performances. We can’t think of anyone better than Naomi to show us how to enjoy the cosmopolitan delight that is Moscow.
Call it Seasonal Fashion Schizophrenia (SFC): spending the greatest part of one's day/life immersed in a fashion house (with the occasional moment of seeing daylight) where seasons have a cycle of their own right means much confusion at the workplace.
The newest entry in the "It ain't easy being the handsome sibling of a talented actor" is Dave Franco - whom we first noticed for his looks, then his talent (which upon realising he had in abundance made us feel very shallow indeed)... and yes, so he happens to be James' hotter little brother (which we do realise is quite the statement to make). Meet the latest of Swide's infatuations.
We all know the glamour of a successful designer's life comes at the price of much hard work but rarely do we experience a day in the life of these creative minds. Welcome to a video tour of Domenico and Stefano's atelier!
The eyebrow-raising combination of lingerie, stilettos, and semi-nude Austrian men set the stage for New York's latest interactive art exhibition, "Blind Sculpture". The exhibition doesn't feature any finished work, but rather invites visitors to partake in the creative process.
D&G's F/W 2010-11 collection is all about taking skiwear into a whole new chic dimension as our model snowboarders go from the slopes to the club.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery - although Dita Von Teese's fashion connection to Madonna might go beyond their love of black crochet bags as Dita revealed in a recent interview.
We revealed our crush on designer Damir Doma only weeks ago so imagine our schoolgirl giddiness when we finally got to ask him all about his very early debut, the Damir Doma take on fashion, his new line Silent... Fashion's eighth wonder breaks the silence in an exclusive Swide interview.
Anyone who may have seen the September issue will have experienced the wonderful rollercoaster that is a Grace Coddington editorial; here's to another battle won!
Love's Spring issue comes with a chic black-and-white editorial full of Dolce & Gabbana clothes - only this time they are worn by the men themselves as they reveal all about their loves.
No.427 in a limited series - Western hillbillies are a thing of the past. When done right, cowboy boots can be a chic staple in one’s wardrobe.
Every fashion season, it seems as though the heels are getting higher and higher. In the midst of fashion week, Swide explores the trend in fitness that not only will help a fashionista demand attention upon arriving to a fashion show, but also improve her health at the same time.
Judging from daily reports from the Bryant Park tents it would seem we had experienced a fashion revolution as bloggers are replacing A-listers on the front row. Swide on the other hand is getting a feeling of déjà-vu.
For whoever might aspire to the catwalk look but is missing the skills of uber make-up artist Pat McGrath:, here is your new brush-shaped beauty weapon courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana.
Actress, Zooey Deschanel (She) and producer, Matt Ward (Him), together make up the indie-folk band, She & Him. With the success of their first album, Volume 1, She & Him return with their sophomore effort, rightfully named Volume 2. Swide explores whether this duo will be twice as charming, the second time around.
No.425 in a limited series- For the girl who isn’t afraid to take a stand. She demands attention while sporting a smart blazer, but still manages to charm the public with her sweet floral ensemble.
Dolce & Gabbana's Sicilian tale is one of Italy's greatest export, reaching even the distant shores of China for a stunning black-and-white editorial.
Accessories and styling can make or break a fashion show - though last night's Fashion Relief in London introduced a new kind of accesory. Forget clutches and statement necklaces, this season is all about the smile!
Top models grace the pages of international magazines, walk in elaborate runway shows, snag major campaigns, and we rarely ever think about the people who get them there. Swide talks to Markus Riggi about what it means to be a model booker and what he’s learned about the industry.
Exciting things are happening on your iPhone: not a dirty text but Dolce & Gabbana's very own live broadcast of the upcoming Fall/Winter shows!
No.424 in a limited series- Underneath the tinted aviators lies a man on a mission: enjoy a weekend getaway in style.
Nothing is more gratifying than knowing exactly where you’re food comes from. Vegetables are grown all over and are transported into the homes of consumers. Transport, energy and labour are wasted when vegetables are grown elsewhere. Why not help the world and grow your vegetables at home? With recent developments, you no longer need to have a garden to do a little gardening.
Newly graduated and already showing signs of a promising future, Max Parsons talks to Swide about his art beginnings and aspirations. We also get a chance to talk to Max about his most prominent work, 'Spoken Image'.
Robert Pattinson has always been known to be a little camera shy when it come to dealing with his overbearing popularity, but we’re starting to see a new, more open side of RPatz. With the release of a new film and an improved sentiment toward the media, we are overwhelmed with glee as to what Robert has in store for us this year.
Just like a cat Leonardo Di Caprio is an actor with nine lives: deranged child, blond hero, gang member, US Marshall... and a perfectly house-trained man in Esquire's latest feature.
This summer's heroine is no damsel in distress; who wants to wait for a lazy cowboy when you can be your own saviour?
We humans have five senses, yet we seem to be so fixated on the sense of touch. Constantly being led by our natural human curiosity, we often feel compelled to touch things in an effort to comprehend. Swide explores some of the recent ways we’ve managed to stay entertained through the technological advancements of touch.
Another proof that the Dolce & Gabbana man comes in many different models; how best to celebrate one's 20th anniversary than with a makeover!
The Brits hit the big 3 0 as one should: surrounded by longtime friends - with the odd new face to throw in a little unexpected. Everyone would agree it was everything a landmark birthday should be; Swide gives you the key ingredients.
London is the next stop for the touring fashionistas of F/W 10; rather than focus on the quirky and cool new places (many) why not enjoy this fashion week in an altogether different way by showing a little appreciation for the often underrated British cuisine.
This is French cuisine with a bittersweet aftertaste: Chanterelle, a NYC restaurant at the top of its game for no less than 30 years has recently experienced a sad closure; in celebration of three decades of happy diners it is auctioning some its famous menu covers designed by leading contemporary artists. Art never tasted so refined.
To kick off their North American tour, the multi-talented UK quartet, Wild Beasts have released a new video, “We still got the taste dancin’ on our tongues’, proving yet again that this band’s sound cannot be tamed.
Swide got talking to one lovely half of the Stil In Berlin's photographer duo, Dario Natale, at the Fall 2010 D&G menswear show. After a whirlwind of hectic hair and makeup staff, romantic male models and ski equipment, a chat on the sofa with Dario felt like a breath of fresh air.
Blogger extraordinaire Fosco Giulianelli took a break from the snapping to chat to Swide backstage at D&G minutes before the F/W 2010-11 men's show; we got to find out what this very dashing and very international Italian had to say about his fellow countrymen's style and the Milan streetstyle scene.
Why let a good thing go to waste? The very question that cooperative, No Longer Empty (NLE) aims at answering. Rather than walking past dozens of empty storefronts, they’ve found a way to transform a once abandoned staple of the New York community (Tower Records) into a gallery and celebrate its rich beginnings.
In Vogue Nippon's March issue, Anja is a bride who has flown the wedding party and escaped for a few hours of enjoying the sunshine and a blissfully solitary roll in the hay...
Being born with great creativity is a gift; though for some it means very little rest and much cerebral activity. Ron Arad is one such restless genius: architect, designer, artist and general maverick. A new retrospective at London's Barbican celebrates thirrty years of perpetual thinking.
As each day passes by, we discover yet another object to smack a barcode on. QR barcodes help in providing information relating to almost everything from personal contact information, physical products to even most recently, real estate details. Swide explores how barcodes have reached new heights.
Dolce & Gabbana's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 collection was a tribute to Sicily with Tornatore's Baaria one of the main inspirations.
While she may have been the most iconic of the original supermodels, Cindy nowadays is a more discreet presence than her fellow supers - making her Harper's cover even more of an occasion to celebrate.
Naomi Campbell's latest NYC installment of Fashion For Relief was the long-awaited chance for the industry to showcase its support for shaken Haiti; that was until recent circumstances turned a catwalk show into a moving tribute.
Bouquet for the lips. A year after it was launched Dolce & Gabbana's make-up line is boasting a new lipstick collection, The Roses, whose five girly to sexy tones shall give your spring beauty routine a little Scarlett va-va-voom.
The Swide office has been seeing its share of gloomy weather, rather than have it brings us down, we’ve found audio therapy in the rhythmic sounds of Lemonade. Their latest video has us embarking on an adventure outside the city to a distant safe haven full of adolescent debauchery.
Opt for a heady jungle mix this spring - a lion's mane to compliment one's leopard spots, all worn with the attitude of a Katharine Hepburn circa The African Queen. Look out boy, this one bites!
The office is the backdrop to many power struggles; while I am all for a healthy dose of competitiveness, the one battle I wasn't prepared to fight was with a team of impossibly chic cleaners.
Swide caught up with the D&G boys backstage and got chatting about dating and Valentine's. And while we were expecting to hear all about their numerous conquests, we were pleasantly surprised to find out it isn't all so rosy for those rosy-cheeked boys...
February 14, 2010 is not just Valentine’s Day but also Chinese New Year or otherwise referred to Spring Festival. The Chinese culture is rich in both culture and ancient tradition. Aside from sharing fascinating folklores, the Chinese culture gives meaning behind various dishes that we would’ve otherwise dismissed as just a meal.
Fashion week has arrived and so has the stress. Swide explores the newest form of medication to treat any fashion related illness. Unlike other drugs on the market, increasing prescribed dosage intake is encouraged here.
A season started while an era ended. In the timeline of fashion some news are for an hour, other stick for life; on the first day of this latest round of fashion weeks, the incomprehensible death of one of our most beautiful modern minds, British fashion designer Alexander McQueen, became the latest of those defining moments...
10 Magazine is throwing Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana a party and we're all sort of invited. Young artist Thomas McDonell is the star of an editorial that shows there's more to Italy than the old stallions.
While society continues to make technological advancements as to how we store information, we often disregard previous respected formats and deem them as rubbish. Nick Gentry has found a way to recycle the once-relevant mediums of data storage and apply them to his works of art. Swide was fortunate enough to interview Nick Gentry and explore his journey in creating one man’s junk into a piece of art.
No.417 in a limited series-Why should girls have all the fun when it comes to accessories? Mixing both shredded denim and a male clutch gives a nice balance between a man’s masculine and feminine side.
Let's talk about S... NOW, the latest powdery thing on every fashionista's mind. Talk of blizzard and various stormy delights has been causing much despair amongst NY Fashion Week attendees as many wonder which stiletto height is safest in the snow...
If there were a Purple Heart for rock & rollers, Melissa Auf der Maur would likely be in possession of at least three. As bass player with Hole, Smashing Pumpkins and Marilyn Manson, she managed to survive three of modern music's most notorious and unstable tyrants, apparently none the worse for wear.
Tino Sehgal’s conceptual art exhibition, “This is Progress” at the Guggenheim has created quite a stir in the art world. Like Seghal’s other conceptual artworks, he questions the traditional framework of gallery environments and focuses on the beauty of experiencing art rather than possessing it.
Care for a side of culture with your first class champagne? Flying gets educational as Gallic airline Air France teams with major museums to offer its lucky premium customers something else to marvel at than just clouds.
Spring is a season often chosen by those who want to say yes; if you really must, then try at least to stand out from the bridal crowd with a little boldness...
We are sensing some fashion week excitement all around and that would include our mailbox; we do understand fashion is a passion to many but where are your manners people?
With fashion week kicking off in New York in a couple of days, excitement and fears mount. As we speak, designers are worrying about last minute fittings, models are rushing to make call-time, journalists are scrambling to get interviews, runway producers are stressing out about minor show details, so it’s no wonder that a guide to surviving fashion week is much needed.
We all love a good scavenger hunt, but what about when the hunt is finding your dinner? Not knowing where your dinner is puts some excitement into what could be a mundane activity. As a result, numerous secret supper clubs have surfaced from warehouses to forests. We let you in on the newest club to hit the secret dining scene.
After a three year hiatus, Brooklyn Duo, Shy Child has returned bringing us more electro-filled tracks and debuted a new video sure to take you back to the electrifying 80s.
The usual suspects, albeit a little older: Kate Moss goes back to what we forgot she did so well by appearing in an Harper's spread shot by Peter Lindbergh.
An ultimatum issued by Kofi Annan that goes back to 2000 and two thirds of the way in it is looking somewhat desperate. Which is why eight directors, amongst which Gus Van Sant and Jane Campion, have come to the rescue.
Spotting pretty new faces is a Swide hobby, albeit often confined to models backstage. This pretty face comes with much acting talent and high chances at imminent superstardom; meet Jennifer Lawrence.
Knits are a winter staple whose presence on the catwalk may not make headlines - though Dolce & Gabbana's Fall 2010 collection got us excited about them again as jumpers will never be the same again...
Thinking of lace as a wholesome, virginal fabric can be a struggle - especially when black and worn in a semi-dark room on a hot, so very hot summer day...
An egg is simple, yet can be served in numerous ways. Serving now as inspiration, the egg has become somewhat of a muse for designers. Swide explores some of the many design projects that have hatched from the simplistic beauty behind the beloved egg.
Amongst the artists that inspire Swide are more than painters and filmmakers and starting from this week we shall be looking at designers who think somewhat outside the fashion box. Of all places to start it seemed that Paris-based designer young Damir Doma was the most fitting.
When conjuring up images of French people, Parisians especially, a certain cliché comes to mind: grumpy but utterly chic, rude but elegant. A new alternative documentary series is here to show there is more to Paris than snooty mademoiselles.
No. 414 in a limited series - why sit through a boring opera just for a reason to dress up? On a cold and quiet night your best bet is to invite a stylish friend over and swap the night away!
No.413 in a limited series – The key to hailing a cab in the city is to stand out amongst the crowd. Our suggestion is to sport an all white crisp look equipped with a fitting accessory; otherwise opt for a sleek dark ensemble accompanied by the classic cabbie.
This weekend hosts the much anticipated Super Bowl Sunday. Whether you’re a Saints or Colt fan, everyone can agree that putting on some post-Super Bowl fat is never a fun thing. Swide offers some healthy alternatives to the usual hot dogs and pizza.
We love Tommy's work for many reasons, and his photos have entertained the fantasies of many a shoe-addict. The latest men's fashion week saw his first venture into menswear and so far so very good! Proving that an expert eye never disappoints Mr Ton provided us with some excellent shots and he's terribly lovely and humble too!
Valentine's typically is the kind of holiday we love to despise - though we would feel gutted should our special ones neglect to celebrate it. Our selection of gifts is the perfect compromise:silly enough to appeal to the cynic, special enough to please the hidden romantic.
No. 411 in a limited series - summer chic needn't mean bright colours. Dressing for the beach should be no different from dressing for the city, for a clever mix of greys and chic accessories help this guy keep his summer cool.
Expressing how one feels doesn't come easy to that off-center bookworm. Swide's stylist offers up some fashion suggestions for the day he tells that special girl how he feels come Valentine's day. We figure if he's suited like a Casanova, he may very well believe it.
For anyone still convinced fashion is just a bunch of fluff, this editorial coming to us from Vogue Nippon is just the thing to silence the critics...
Swide is very much feeling the inbox love only days prior to Valentine's though we're definitely reminded of the old adage that love comes in unusual ways - some leaving us much warmer inside than others...
So many things in life are too special for anyone to put a price on them - but some dreams can be bought... if you can afford them. Couture legend Valentino and his partner's Tuscan getaway is up for sale; let us give you a quick tour.
Sharon Stone proves sexiness comes natural and without effort. Citizen K shows a playful side of the actress full of smiles and horsing around.
There isn't a better time to be a love criminal than Valentine's day and with a little help from fashion and Swide's stylist's clever selection at the D&G online store you shall gracefully rise above any suspicion.
Some may have already associated Vancouver with scenic attractions and nature-filled activities, but it wasn’t until the city became the official host of the 2010 Winter Olympics that it was able to receive worldwide reach. In 2009, The Economist dubbed Vancouver “the best city in the world to live”, with great reason. Swide shares its pick of attractions while exploring our five senses.
Photographer lovebirds Scott Schuman (The Sartorialist) and Garance Doré kindly agreed to discuss the dynamics of their enviable job and it became clear that for these two most things are life are done with passion and by putting their hearts into it. Simply adorable.
Ah l'amour! What wouldn't the perfect man do for his loved one on a special night... Rise up to the occasion and become the knight of her wildest dreams. Swide's stylist took over from Cupid to explain you how.
When models walked down the Dolce & Gabbana S/S10 runway, Milan assumed airs of Sicily but was also reminiscent of more distant shores and for a while it seemed the catwalk had turned into a tango ballroom. Care to join us for a dance?
It should comes as no surprise that finding a job in today’s economic climate is like winning the lottery, we all wish for it, but only the lucky succeed. The success of using social media as a job-search engine has given birth to a new desktop client aimed at working for you.
"How to make longeviy into legend" is V Man's tribute to the 20 years of Dolce & Gabbana menswear in an editorial that sees models adorned in a selection of the maison's greatest hits.
The set of Dolce & Gabbana's S/S 10 men's campaign was abuzz with activity and everyone from the designers to the models, not to forget photographer Steven Klein and acting coach Susan Batson, was hard at work...
Make-up goddess Pat took a break from prepping the boys for D&G's catwalk show to talk Swide through the skin essentials for anyone living it up on the slopes. Hurray for sun block!
The coming together of two musical geniuses has created for both excitement and fear amongst the music industry. The Shin’s James Mercer and Brian Burton of Gnarls Barkley have formed supergroup, Broken Bells. This new collaboration has people wondering whether or not Mercer or Burton will be returning to their respected groups.
A cult accesory worn by everyone and their great-grandmothers make for a myriad of interpretations. Women are far from the only ones spoilt for choice; introducing the latest trends in men's sunglasses.
Washed out and out of shape, growing tired of mundane urbanite living? It may sound like quite a bleak picture but this time of year we are all feeling the greys. An unusual holiday break may just be the answer to all your fitness woes...
While chatting to our favourite Briton we learnt a fundamental rule to managing your hair on a ski holiday: don't. Indeed Eugene's top tip was to embrace the mess and live blissfully ever after as snow bunnies.
There is little space for our inner romantics in these somewhat cynical times. Create a chic pink bubble of your own to live out your fantasies of a vie en rose; leaving your pink nest to face the grey won't even be necessary as your computer becomes your favourite personal shopper...
We got more than a few classic quotes and taralli out of our lunchtime at Anna's. While reminiscing she suddenly remembered this all important childhood favourite: her big book of labels that reads like a philatelist's collection.
Hailing from a far away land, we bring you Saga Sig: London-based photographer. We talk to Saga about her inspirations, being a fashion student in London, personal style and her connection to the blogasphere.
Not content with bringing you some backstage love, Swide also spent this past fashion week scrutinising every runway show so as to bring you our very own take on the major trends of Fall 2010.
Hours of wondering in awe and amazement of a museum’s beauty can leave one with an indescribable hunger. The trend in museum dining is changing the way we look at food possibilities during our visits to museums.
You can always count on the British to bring a little eccentricity to a red carpet event. Last night's Grammys were no exception as Londoner Imogen Heap turned up in what became the "Twitter" dress... Taking live from the red carpet to a whole new level!
10 Magazine's doing their first celebrity cover meant something pretty damn special was going to land in our newstands; and the double Beckham special did not diappoint!
Matthew McConaughey was photographed wearing a tuxedo on the beach and the world got wondering: is the dinner jacket the new wetsuit? Is it just another case of partying into the small hours and waking up on the beach in one's fancy clothes?
It doesn't take much to get our pulse racing when male models are in the room - or on our screens between shows - but the simple addition of fruit had us staring aghast.... Introducing the sexiest new prop around.