As Paris Fashion Week ends, see if you can tell which is a quote from the fashion pack - or a line from industry parody film Zoolander.
Britons feel most comfortable with their fashion choices from the age of 33, a new study suggests.
Peter Pilotto and Michael Van Der Ham were among the fashion houses unveiling autumn-winter collections today at London Fashion Week.
Italian fashion giants Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have said their "friend" Victoria Beckham may well be a designer but they list her alongside high street names.
When asked in London this evening what they thought of new designers such as former Spice Girl Beckham, Gabbana said: "She's a friend. She make a good job but... for us, she don't make the same way like a fashion designer.
"She become after many, many, many different things. She's a designer but..."
When asked if he admired her designs, he said: "She's a fashion designer but it's another... it's different."
He added: "John Galliano is a designer... Alexander McQueen."
Dolce described them as "professional" designers, adding: "Victoria Beckham, Zara, H&M...there's a lot."
Victoria Beckham has announced she will be opening her first fashion store later this year. It will be on Dover Street in central London:
Excited to announce my first store! Opening in London this year x vb http://t.co/MHhYyDXpkP
She said: "It will be the first time that the people will really be able to see the brand through my eyes."
Victoria Beckham lost out to rival denim design brand G-Star RAW at the WGSN Global Fashion Awards 2013 in London tonight.
The 39-year-old, who won at last year's awards, was nominated in the team-designers category for her jeans brand Victoria Beckham denim.
But she was overlooked for the award in favour of G Star RAW, a Dutch designer clothing company which specialises in untreated denim.
Shoe-designer Christian Louboutin also lost out in the Best Footwear and Accessories category, which was won by rival Nicholas Kirkwood.
Other winners at the event, which was hosted at the Victoria & Albert Museum, included sportswear designers Sweaty Betty and the popular high street brand Gap Kids.
Marc Jacobs, the star designer who turned Louis Vuitton from a luggage-maker into the world's biggest luxury brand, is leaving to take his own label public after 16 years with the company.
"Marc Jacobs is leaving Vuitton and will focus on his own brand," a source close to the French parent company said on condition of anonymity.
LVMH and Marc Jacobs declined to comment, but the source said the designer aims to float his business - which is estimated to generate sales of around 500 million euros.
"Marc Jacobs' departure is not a big surprise," said analyst Antoine Belge at HSBC. The American designers departure will mean LVMH will lose one of its fastest-growing brands.
Fashion designer Marc Jacobs is stepping down as creative director of Louis Vuitton, French luxury conglomerate LVMH has announced.
Jacobs, who is also the director of an eponymous brand, is one of the biggest names in the fashion industry.
Under his leadership, Louis Vuitton became the most lucrative fashion house in the world, thanks in part to the creation of a ready-to-wear line.
LVMH has not said who will replace Jacobs or what his next move will be.
Rising tuition fees could shut out working class talent from studying fashion at Britain's world-class colleges, according to an ambassador for the British Fashion Council.
Speaking at the opening of London Fashion Week, Sarah Mower, who is also a visiting professor at Central St Martins, said today's home-grown success stories "came through at a time when fees didn't exist, or were affordable".
The Guardian reported the British fashion industry is being urged to take inspiration from the US, where fashion veterans give something back through scholarships and bursaries.
London fashion week is expected to inject £100m into the British economy.
The early timing of Ramadan has helped stimulate food sales, delivering high street retailers a much needed boost, the British Retail Consortium said.
Despite tough comparisons from last year, food sales are up, with drinks and ice cream sales increasing along with the temperatures.
Retailers are hoping the imminent arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby, expected in the next few days, will give another boost to the high street as shoppers stock up on champagne and memorabilia.
In new figures released today, the British Retail Consortium said total high street sales grew 2.9% in June, with real terms growth being at 2.3% over the past six months, compared with 1.5% over the past 12 months.