Model Nathan Westling was notably absent from the runways this season, but he isn't leaving the fashion sphere for good. In a special report by CNN, he came out as transgender, revealing that he took the season off to receive testosterone treatments.
Kate and the Queen visited King's College to officially open Bush House. Kate wore a belted Catherine Walker dress in gray with a black collar and matching fascinator. Meanwhile, Queen E, contrasted in a pastel pink look by Stewart Parvin.
George wore a pinstriped navy suit and pale blue shirt while Amal was in a one-shoulder Stella McCartney jumpsuit with a leather waist belt, a leopard print clutch, and Christian Louboutin pumps, her mermaid-esque locks cascading over her shoulder.
Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty to the allegation that he lied to police when he said he was attacked on the street in January by two men in what authorities say was a staged incident to draw attention to himself.
The Duchess arrived at the '19 Portrait Gala in a floral printed Alexander McQueen gown. Kate has worn this gown before. Back in '17, the Duchess was at the BAFTAs in the same Alexander McQueen creation. But there was 1 major difference: The sleeves.
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After attending several movie premieres with their mom Angelina Jolie, the kids have officially found their red carpet rhythm. At the Dumbo premiere, Jolie and 4 of her 6 children, all coordinated in classic shades of blue, black, and white.
While visiting the Henry Fawcett Centre in Kennington, the Duchess of Cambridge kept it low-key in a pair of wide-leg pants by Jigsaw. She tucked a fuchsia Gucci bow blouse into the trousers' high waist and carried a light lilac top-handle bag.
Meghan Markle is embracing a trend that was popular among style icons of the 1960s: the pillbox hat. The Duchess arrived at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in a white Victoria Beckham dress, a white coat and a white pillbox hat.
The Duchess attended a Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in a warm orange pink Catherine Walker jacket with a set of 18 Abalone buttons. She wore a matching fascinator with a bow, a pale gray clutch, and matching suede pumps.