The Fashion Fix – 24th November 2018
Step on into The Fashion Fix – the one-stop style breakdown of all things that have been trending in the last week. Whether you wish to indulge in prevailing fashion looks, be in the know of the latest industry happenings or want to be kept right up-to-date with style news that matters – you’ve come to the right place!
This week we celebrate girl power in the industry – discussing the women who have cemented their spot on the list of most influential individuals in fashion, along with pioneering the model and activist who has dramatically shaped the industry during the last year.
Revealed: The Most Influential Women in Fashion
With 2018 almost coming to an end, let’s acknowledge some of the high-profile and influential women who have inspired the world of fashion and our purchasing habits amid the past 12 months.
Proving her sartorial influence, Rihanna; queen of most extravagant and talked about taste-makers, is an individual who has wowed 2018 in the likes of her striking fuchsia gown-cum-bodysuit by Saint Laurent she wore for her 30th birthday.
Everyone’s girl crush, Blake Lively, has impressed the fashion pack this year is a series of covetable tailored looks, which gives a stylish nod to her suit-wearing character in the blockbuster film ‘A Simple Favour’.
Cardi B has resonated with a young audience in her impressionable, high-octane attires and The Duchess of Sussex is of course on the influential list – illustrating to the world her immaculately polished albeit modern style and not to mention her enchanting appearance as a royal bride to Prince Harry in that stunningly, alluring Givenchy gown.
Adwoa Aboah on Revolutionising the Fashion Industry
Since her appearance on the cover of British Vogue a year ago, Adwoa Aboah, with her inspiring digital forum Gurls Talk, along with her influential roles as supermodel and activist, has been the woman to pave the fashion conversation for women into the modern era.
Breaking new ground in the world of fashion, Adwoa has undertaken a series of achievements that have inspired equality, acceptance and change throughout the fashion and beauty industry.
Her monumental year was established when modelling in Richard Quinn’s Autumn/Winter 2018 ready-to-wear collection with non-other than Her Majesty in attendance. Since then, the influencer has art directed her own Burberry campaign in Ghana where she explored the many facets to Africa; walked at Virgil Abloh’s debut at Louis Vuitton; was the pivotal figure in pioneering diversity in the September issue of British Vogue and has been appointed as one of Revlon’s ambassadors, representing a major shift in alternative beauty aesthetics.
Check in next week – xoxo, Katie.
The Fashion Fix by Katie Farley