The Best Spring 2016 Fashion Campaigns

spring 2016 advertising campaign

The designers have spoken, defining their vision for our stylish season ahead with beautiful pictures of pasta, video game characters and Karlie Kloss. Sounds like our dream Pinterest board, actually. Behold the best spring 2016 fashion campaigns released so far…

Lucky Blue Smith For Tom Ford
Tom Ford released his new campaign yesterday, featuring the piercing blue eyes of none other than Lucky Blue Smith – Instagram’s favourite male model. Posting on the brand’s official Instagram, the new images come from Tom Ford’s latest womenswear collection and also features superstar musician Lady Gaga.


Irina Shayk for Givenchy
The latest campaign for the Russian-born model sees her smoulder in the brand’s jeans with a gorgeous male model. Givenchy’s creative director Ricardo Tisci posted the images to his Instagram page calling Irina his ‘pinup’. See more of the photos in our gallery.


Bette Midler for Marc Jacobs
How cool is is that Marc Jacobs has featured 70-year-old Bette Midler in his latest campaign?  Writing on Instagram the designer credited Bette for getting him into fashion when ‘at age ten…I discovered the image drawn by Richard Amsel for her album cover, I was so instantly enamored by the silhouetted Bette in a black dress wearing platform sandals with a wedge of red curly hair that I recreated it on the back of a jean jacket with acrylic paint and embroidery floss and proudly wore it to school.’  Obviously Bette is an inspiration to many…


Karlie Kloss for Kurt Geiger

In the photos of the American-football-themed campaign, Karlie Kloss looks amazing – and because of her interests in keeping fit and playing sports, it seems like she’s a perfect fit for the brand too. Rebecca Farrar-Hockley, Creative Director for the brand agreed and said: ‘We wanted someone who would fit with the athleisure look for SS16 and emphasise those values in real life.’ To see more photos from the campaign check out our gallery above.


Zoe Kravitz and Lisa Bonet for Calvin Klein
Zoe is dominating the Spring campaigns so far. This gorgeous shot is from Calvin Klein’s 2016 Watches + Jewlery campaign and features Zoe and her stunning Mother, Lisa Bonet, strolling along a beach hand-in-hand. And don’t they just look like sisters?


Kate Moss And Daria Werbowy For Equipment

Ohhh it’s Mossy of vintage standards. Yes Kate and Daria are tousled beach babes in the new SS16 Equipment fashion campaign, sporting crisp cotton shirts and dewy skin to die for.


Zoe Kravitz and Anna Ewers
After walking the runway for Vera Wang’s Balenciaga show last year, Zoe Kravitz has seen her fashion star rise considerably, and now she looks set to officially represent the brand. The singer-actress turned model posted this very cool photo her Instagram on January 7th, revealing that she’s fronting the Balenciaga Spring Summer 2016 collection with German model Anna Ewers. We can’t wait to see the campaign shots too…


Karlie Kloss For Topshop
Eight years after her first modelling gig as the face of Topshop, Karlie Kloss is back and fronting the brand that kick-started her career once again. Now a fully-fledged supermodel with a growing tech empire, KK looks achingly cool in power suits, bomber jackets and minidresses alike from our high street favourite.


Lightning For Louis Vuitton
Yes, that’s right, Lightning. As in the animated, pink-haired Final Fantasy character. Nicolas Ghesquiere is taking his video game inspired collection to a new level with his spring campaign imagery, working with animator VW of Square Enix to render his collection onto Miss Lightning. We think she’s the star of the season. See more of the pictures in the gallery above.


Since Alessandro Michele took the reigns of the heritage house at the start of last year the entire industry has been obsessed with his cast of glittery, geeky magpies. And in the spring 2016 advertising campaign, said nerds can be found hailing retro school busses, stalking abandoned car parks and hanging out by the dryers in raspberry pink bathrooms. Cool.


Dolce and Gabbana
Pasta, mamma, pizza and selfies. What’s not to like about the new Dolce and Gabbana campaign?! #ItaliaIsLove is the name of the series, set in a street corner café complete with fruit and veg baskets and cliché gingham table cloths.


Dylan Brosnan, May And Ruth Bell For Burberry
Pierce Brosnan’s 18 year-old son makes his big modelling debut for Burberry, alongside twins of the moment May and Ruth Bell. Burberry’s 90s grunge-style accessories are top of our spring 2016 trend wish list, to be worn with, well, not much else, it seems.


Taylor Swift’s Clothing Line Is Finally Out – But There’s A Catch

Taylor Swift

This is not a drill, guys: Taylor Swift’s fashion line is finally out – but sadly, it’s only available in China for the moment.

Taylor’s clothing line made its debut at Hong Kong Fashion Week this week, with reports saying it was quite the event.

The star herself wasn’t present, but is huge in China, where she is affectionately known as ‘Mei Mei’, so the buzz around her new venture was tangible.

As Taylor’s biggest hits, like Bad Blood, Blank Space and Shake It Off blasted from the speakers, models showed off the collection, which includes crop tops (of course), graphic T-shirts, branded jumpers, slim fit trousers and cute minidresses.

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council took to Twitter to show some of the designs on offer, including these tops branded with both Taylor’s name and also ‘Shake It Off’, and the letter-emblazoned top Taylor herself has been seen out and about in.


Taylor has collaborated with Nashville-based fashion company Heritage 66 to launch the line, with the clothes for sale on Chinese websites TMall and, not only to capitalise on her huge popularity in the region, but also to try to put an end to the abundance of fake Taylor Swift goods on the market.

WWD reported that the line’s sales were already booming, with Kate Liegey, chief operating officer of Heritage66, telling them she couldn’t provide sales figures but that the clothing range was seeing ‘phenomenal’ success in its first few weeks on the online stores.

‘We realized that the demand was just incredible for the store business and we decided to do this show,’ said Liegey, who also told WWD that hundreds of retailers from countries as diverse as Dubai, Uruguay and Mexico have expressed interest in selling the collection. ‘Everybody wants the product line.’

If the range ever comes to London, we’ll be stocking up on Taylor tees, that’s for sure.

Happy Birthday Monsieur Dior – Best Ever Dior Fashion Moments

Christian Dior Best Ever Fashion Moments

From corsets to full skirts to flowers, flowers, everywhere, it’s fair to say that Monsieur Dior’s influence on fashion has been fairly seismic.


Today is his birthday – 111 years ago, to be exact. Born in a seaside town on the Normandy coast, Monsieur Dior was in his 40s by the time he made fashion history – his modest, balding appearance (below, meeting Princess Margaret at Blenheim Palace in 1954) belied a dazzling talent for crafting exquisite clothes that ‘made women dream’.


Dior started sketching when he was a child and, ignoring his wealthy business-owning family’s attempts to force him into a more ‘suitable’ career, he started working at the house of Robert Piguet. After a spell of military service, he joined Lucien Lelong’s label, along with a certain Pierre Balmain.

It wasn’t until 1946 that he was approached by textile entrepreneur Marcel Boussac, who offered to back him in starting his own house. The impact on Paris fashion – and therefore the world’s – was earth-shattering.

Thumbing his nose at post-war austerity, he threw caution – and cash – to the wind and made his debut with a collection (below) he titled ‘Corolle’ (referring to flower petals). Using swathes and swathes of the richest fabrics to make huge full skirts, the models were nipped and tucked into tightly corseted, ultra-feminine silhouettes that looked back to another age.


The legendary editor Carmel Snow dubbed it the ‘New Look’ and women everywhere – desperate for some indulgence after the grim make-do-and-mend war period – fell for it hook, line and sinker. If they couldn’t afford the real thing (and no one could), they ran up their own DIY versions of the huge skirts – using curtains if all else failed.


Dior’s designs featured in films and on Hollywood starlets like Ava Gardner (below, with Dior) and Olivia de Havilland galore.


Marlene Dietrich, his neighbour on Avenue Montaigne, was at his first show and was a devoted fan forever after. “No Dior, no Dietrich!” was her famous quote regarding wardrobe for her films, including 1950’s Stage Fright, below


After Dior’s death in 1957, a nervous 21-year-old unknown from the atelier called Yves Saint Laurent was unexpectedly given the reins at the house. He caused couture chaos with his first collections, controversially putting black leather, Beatnik-inspired looks and ‘street-wear’ (well, in the Fifties sense of the word) on the catwalk. He was called up for military service in 1960 and was unceremoniously dumped while he was away. (Cue lawsuits and fashion history in the making as he went on to found his own house.)


Next up was a much safer pair of hands – designer Marc Bohan (below, with Britt Ekland) who was already designing for the house and went on to clock up 30 years at the helm. His chic, ladylike aesthetic was a favourite with Jackie Kennedy and Princess Grace of Monaco.


Italian Gianfranco Ferre replaced Bohan in 1989 and an uneventful period of low-key, client-pleasing clothes followed (as seen on Linda Evangelista in 1991, below). On his watch, the house steered between its French couture heritage and a more Italian sensibility, with a grown-up feel.


That all changed with the appointment of one John Galliano in 1996. Already making waves at Givenchy (owned by the same parent company), Dior’s owners thought he was ready for the big move. He virtually singlehandedly invented the modern concept of the catwalk as a stage with his spectacles – and his famous finale bow (which he took in full costume, choreographed to a tee and complete with dramatic lighting effects).


Egyptian pharaohs, huge exaggerated takes on the Dior heritage of historical silhouettes, supermodels galore…the shows got ever grander and crazier and the sales got ever bigger.


Sadly the party was brought to an abrupt end by Galliano’s headline-making fall from grace in 2011, following an alleged drunken anti-Semitic rant in a Paris bar.

Belgian minimalist Raf Simons, appointed in 2012, was the perfect antidote to all the drama. His clean, modern take on the tailoring side of the Dior heritage – including ‘Bar’ jackets reworked as dresses and tunic tops – was a breath of fresh air.


Simons went down a storm with critics and celebs alike. But citing ‘personal reasons’, he announced his exit from Dior last season. Who will be next in the hotseat of France’s most important fashion house? Watch this space…

What Makes A Winning Oscar Dress?


Ever wondered what makes an Oscar winner’s gown so, well, Oscar worthy? Whether there’s a winning formula that only certain stylish actresses know about? Whether there’s a lucky colour or silhouette to be wearing, or if one designer name manages to dress more winners than anyone else?

As the 2016 Oscar nominations are announced, with Cate Blanchett, Saoirse Ronan and Jennifer Lawrence front runners for the coveted Best Actress prize, we’re getting ready to place our bets on who will wear what this awards season.

And now we can make some slightly more educated guesses than before. You see a rather gorgeous infographic, created by the Big Group, allows you to browse sketches of every dress worn by an Academy Award winning Best Actress, sorting styles by date, designer, or colour.

With an overview from 1929 to now, it paints a pretty nice picture of what’s worked, style-wise, for the winners and also is a lovely way to track changes in the fashion silhouette throughout the decades.





So what should this year’s winner go for? Well for the last six years (including last year’s winner Julianne Moore, who’s not yet in the graphic) it’s been all about the hemline. From Sandra Bullock’s 2010 Marchesa confection, to Jennifer Lawrence’s now-iconic 2013 Dior, a light swoosh of volume at the hem has proven to be the mark of a sartorial winner.


Natalie Portman, who won wearing Rodarte in 2011 and Helen Mirren, who wore Lanvin in 2012, both added some goddess draping into their fashion equations, so that, too, could be in the recipe for success.

Throwing it back to some of Hollywood’s original leading ladies, and a sensible skirt suit, often with a contrasting sailor collar, was the look du jour. We love Bette Davis’ Orry-Kelly dress from 1936, and Janet Gaynor’s off-the-rack ensemble from 1929 would have been sooo ahead of its time.

Experimentation was, clearly, everything in the Eighties and from Cher’s winged naked dress, to Jodie Foster’s flared-back, off-the-rack statement, more was definitely more on the red carpet.

As for the designers to watch, Dior is a clear winner having dressed three best actresses over the years, while Armani, Yves Saint Laurent and Givenchy have each dressed two.

A lot of stars (and their stylists) lose sleep over what to wear on the big night – with all the attention on you, it must be kinda like shopping for a wedding dress, non? So, to the next nominees, study our analysis and study it hard. That dress could be a career-maker, don’t cha know?

Everything We Know So Far About Gigi Hadid And Tommy Hilfiger’s Fashion Collaboration

Strobing Gigi Hadid

Gigi Hadid has landed a cool new collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger, and the model has just given us a sneak preview of what we can expect.

We’re slightly bummed that we’re going to have to wait until Autumn for Gigi’s exciting new range with the fashion giant to come to fruition, but in true 21st century fashion, she’s giving away some of the details via Snapchat.

Gigi shared some very interesting images on the social media platform earlier this week and from what we can see, her collection with the Hilfiger brand is going to be nautical or military inspired. The pic featured a number of blue, white and red aviation-themed badges and patches shaped like stars and military awards. Upon closer inspection we can also make out the letter ‘H’ on the patches – for Hadid and Hilfiger presumably – as well as Gigi’s name on one of the badges. Oooh.


We’re thinking that these patches are going to have to be applied to something, so could Gigi be designing a range of bomber jackets or military coats too? She’s definitely been spotted out and about in a khaki green bomber, and her dressed-down style is pretty edgy, so really anything is possible.

The suspense is killing us but whatever the collection is set to look like, we have a feeling it’s going to be impressive. Speaking on the collab recently, Tommy Hilfiger said we could expect the designs to be inspired by Gigi’s ‘style… her sense…her social media presence as the top supermodel in the world today’ in an interview with The New York Times. Gigi had previously been set to star as the new global ambassador for the brand, but Hilfiger said it would be more exciting to have the model put her own line out. Good thinking Tommy.

Gigi also shared an Instagram shot revealing that she’s recently been on set for the brand filming a campaign shot or advert, it seems, so we know something big is around the corner…


Louis Vuitton Teams Up With Unicef And Honours David Beckham

Pictures from the Louis Vuitton Unicef Ball

Fashion force Louis Vuitton has teamed up with Unicef, pledging to raise funds and awareness as a partner for the children’s charity, and designing two special pieces of jewellery for fashion fans to buy.

In a double celebration, the charity and the Parisian design house also threw a ball to honour David Beckham in Los Angeles last night, awarding him with the Humanitarian Leadership prize in acknowledgement of his efforts to raise over $2.5million for Unicef’s programs. Nice work, Mr Beckham.

Selena Gomez, Mariah Carey, Nicole Kidman and Miranda Kerr all turned out to celebrate the star’s success, wearing a whole lotta custom Louis Vuitton between them. All Unicef fundraisers themselves, the guests were treated to dinner at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel, before Mariah Carey performed three of our favourites – Always Be My Baby, We Belong Together and Hero.


Louis Vuitton creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere (pictured below on the night with Lea Seydoux) has designed a ‘Silver Lockit’ for his fashion followers to snap up, with £140 from each sale going directly to the charity. Proceeds from the #MakeAPromise collection, which features a necklace and a bracelet with the padlock pendent, will support children who are exposed to conflict, natural disasters and disease around the world.

‘So happy @louisvuittonand @nicolasghesquiere are partnering with @unicef’ Selena Gomez wrote on Instagram last night. ‘I’ve been an ambassador since I was 17, met Nicolas last year. SO grateful for the worlds to collide for a great cause.’

The Louis Vuitton #MakeAPromise collection is available to buy online.

6 Things You Need To Know About Fashion’s New Darling, Lily-Rose Depp

Lily-Rose Depp

Lily-Rose Depp is about to take the fashion and movie worlds by storm, spotted at all the coolest parties, in the hottest ad campaigns and, well, just hanging out with all the icons she calls family. Here’s what you need to know…


1. She’s The Face Of Chanel
Lily-Rose has got the ultimate seal of approval from fashion’s overlord, Karl Lagerfeld, last summer, starring in the brand’s Pearl Collection campaign. ‘Lily-Rose is stunning, she’s a young girl from a new generation with all the qualities of a star,’ says Karl. Miss Depp had been building up to her Chanel gig for months, putting in the hours by attending the brand’s New York presentation in April and gambling in Karl’s couture casino with Julianne Moore and Kristen Stewart earlier this year. We hate to say we told you so, but…


2. Her Parents Are Johnny Depp And Vanessa Paradis
Some people are just so genetically #blessed aren’t they? Yes Lily-Rose Depp is the daughter of the Pirates Of The Caribbean actor and the singer, model and Chanel muse Vanessa Paradis. Vanessa has collaborated with the French fashion house non-stop since 1990, so really Chanel has been in Lily-Rose’s DNA from birth.


3. So She’s Part Model, Part Actress
Naturally! Yes as well as following in her mother’s footsteps as a Chanel model, Lily’s also taking acting tips from her dad and is set to star in three upcoming films including Yoga Hosers (starring alongside Johnny) and Planetarium with Natalie Portman. Talk about a dream career start.


4. Her Personal Style Is Très, Très Chic
She was born in Paris. Her mum’s a French style icon. We only ever expected Lily-Rose to make waves as a fashionista of the future. She’s experimenting with everything from chokers and bandeaus to grungy bombers and socks ‘n sandal combos. And it all looks amazing, obviously.


5. She’s In A Music Video
Of course she is! She’s working it like a young Grace Kelly in Irish rapper Rejjie Snow’s video for new track All Around The World.

6. You Need To Follow Her On Instagram, Stat.
Lounging around on Coco’s couch, shopping for back to school supplies with dad Johnny… It’s ALL right here.


Win 1 Of 2 £250 Gift Vouchers For Fashion Brand Darling


Want to be ahead of the fashion pack this month?

Well, you’ve come to the right place because today we’ve teamed up with fashion brand Darling to celebrate the launch of their SS16 collection and how are we celebrating? Well, we’re giving two of our lucky readers the chance to each win a £250 voucher to spend online.

Their latest collection is filled with rich colours and classic silhouettes signature to Darling, with the new season punctuated with new look styles, trend led prints and bold shapes.

Launched in 2008, Darling has fast grown to become an award winning and exciting independent global women’s clothing brands in just four years. Darling is the vision of Nadia Moraes, the London-based designer and entrepreneur who created the label. As an independent boutique owner, Nadia spent many years sourcing pieces for her shops and was inspired to launch her own collection by the lack of affordable, beautiful and stylish clothing available.

Celebrity ‘Darlings’ include Jessica Alba, Nicole Scherzinger, Rochelle Humes, Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby.

Want to get your hands on £250 worth of gorgeous clothes? Read on to find out how to enter today’s giveaway and head over to to see their latest collection.

Happy shopping…

A Brief History Of Fashion’s Most Rock ‘n’ Roll Staple

Jim Morrison

The leather trouser has been bamboozling mankind for decades. Type in ‘leather’ and ‘trousers’ into your search engine and it’s guaranteed to throw up more style victims than heroes. Assuming the wearer avoids DVT squeezing into a skin-tight pair there’s still the very probable risk of overheating – and that’s before we even talk about the unsightly ruching. And yet…and yet…there’s something about these trousers we keep going back to.

So, what’s the eternal appeal? Are we gluttons for punishment? Maybe, deep down, we’d all like to be The Doors’ Jim Morrison* (*possibly the only musician who has ever managed to pull off leather trousers with buckets of sweaty sex appeal), even if we end up looking more like Bono on a bad day, instead. Musicians like Morrison have given the leather look a hedonistic edge over the years and it’s always tempting to emulate our musical heroes.


The iconic leather look didn’t kick off in the 1960s with godlike Jim M, however. We’ve been scouring the internet like catwalk archaelogists and apparently leather trousers go way back to the Native Americans. Although fashions would change from tribe to tribe, before the European colonisation in the seventeenth century, almost all tribes used the skins of animals they hunted to make soft leather for clothing. In the winter, men would wear leather leggings attached to their breechcloths to keep warm. Wearing leather like this, for Native Americans, was a spiritual endeavour as much as a practical one: underpinning these leather clothes was a belief that wearing the skin of an animal could empower you with that animal’s strength.

When the European settlers arrived, leather trousers were adopted in the late nineteenth century – which brings us to leather chaps and the cowboy fashions we’re all familiar with. Buckled on over trousers, these leather coverings would protect cowboys when riding a horse in the American west.


A few Hollywood westerns in the 1940s put these gun-slinging leather pants onto the big screen – and even got female stars wriggling into them. There is a wonderful picture of Evelyn Keyes squeezing into a pair, with the help of a very energetic costume assistant, for her movie The Desperadoes. It pretty much captures the spirit of every woman who has ever tried to fit into her skinny jeans on a Saturday night (which, let’s face it, is all of us).

The so-called ‘Greasers’ of the 1950s (named after their greased-back pomade hair) were also big fans of leather. Inspired by the likes of Elvis Presley and Gene Vincent – in addition to iconic Hollywood stars Marlon Brando and James Dean – leather trousers became the ultimate symbol of adolescent rebellion. In 1960, American rock ‘n’ roller Eddie Cochran wore leather trousers on British television for the first time.


By 1961, a rowdy bunch of Liverpudlians embraced head-to-toe leather-dressing in sweaty Hamburg nightclubs, heavily influenced by their 1950s idols. Although The Beatles’ flirtation with leather would be brief, later musicians would pick up the baton and run with it. The Doors’ lead singer, Jim Morrison, was next to snakehip his way into our perspiring fantasies with his leggy look. Often adorned with a concho belt, Morrison’s leather trousers took its cue from Marlon Brando and bohemian Native American beginnings. Although leather has been closely associated with rock stars ever since, very few have managed to pull off the look with as much sex appeal as Morrison.

Apart from one man, perhaps: In 1968, Elvis was in freefall. Beatlemania had radically altered the musical landscape, Elvis ‘the rock star’ and just become Elvis ‘the father’ and the singer had lost his edge. The 33-year-old did what many men have attempted when existentially lost: he put on a pair of leather pants. Unlike most men, however, Elvis could pull it off. His Christmas TV special would soon become known as  Elvis: the ’68 Comeback Special. Gyrating in head-to-toe leather, he meant business.


But what about the women, we hear you cry? When Elvis’ comeback gig was aired, a six-year-old girl was sat transfixed. Suzi Quatro would later embrace his leather look with a 70s attitude that spread like wildfire. Joan Jett, Pretenders’ frontwoman Chrissie Hynde and Marianne Faithful soon followed. Even Joan Collins got in on the action, styling them up to a magnificent 11 with a leather bakerboy hat, jacket and gloves. Iggy Pop would out-do them all in the early 1970s, wearing a pair of silver leather trousers he saved for very special occasions. T. Rex’s Marc Bolan would opt for orange in 1977.

As the 1980s landed and civil unrest intensified, punk fashion became even more politicised and New Romanticism brought leather into the mainstream. Selling fetish and bondage wear, including their own designs, Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood’s boutique customers now read like a who’s who of the era: the Sex Pistols, Adam Ant and Siouxsie Sioux all shopped here. They all embraced leather.


As the 1990s approached, the leather trouser look became a mainstream staple. These days they often turn up on the red carpet when you least expect them – especially on Kate Moss. Which brings us back to where we began: what’s the eternal appeal? Maybe it goes back to Native American animal-channeling. Only, instead of resurrecting a grizzly bear, these days we’re more intent on unearthing our inner rock star. And maybe that’s silly, but the godlike performers who swaggered on stage in sweaty, tight trousers got us all dreaming. As for that silver pair? Well, we can’t all be Iggy. There’s always eBay…

It should have happened from day one’: Kelly Osbourne speaks out after Melissa Rivers joins Fashion Police

She was vocal after her departure from Fashion Police.

And now Kelly Osbourne has spoken out about Joan Rivers being replaced by her daughter Melissa on the show.

She told People magazine on Thursday: ‘This is what should have happened from day one. Melissa always should have been there.

The right decision: Kelly Osbourne has spoken out about the decision for Melissa Rivers to join Fashion Police

The right decision: Kelly Osbourne has spoken out about the decision for Melissa Rivers to join Fashion Police

‘When [Melissa] called me to tell me, I was like screaming, jumping up and down because I’m like, ‘Continue the legacy!”‘

The former star of the E! show – who quit earlier this year amid controversy surrounding panellist Giuliana Rancic’s comments about Zendaya Coleman – has insisted she has a lot of love for her show family.’

Continue the legacy: The 30-year-old, pictured here with Joan and Melissa in 2012, said she screamed in delight when she was told the news

Continue the legacy: The 30-year-old, pictured here with Joan and Melissa in 2012, said she screamed in delight when she was told the news

She added: ‘I will always, always love, love, love the time I spent working with Joan (Rivers) and George (Kotsiopoulos) and Melissa.

‘They’re the most incredible people. They’re still part of my family.’

Kelly voiced her thoughts when she was attending Logo’s Trailblazer Honors in Manhattan Thursday.

Grinning with delight: The 30-year-old daughter of Ozzy Osbourne paired her punk-inspired frock with a spiked metallic clutch and grey suede pumps

Lot of love for her: She made her comments at the Logo’s Trailblazer Honors in Manhattan Thursday

The 30-year-old donned a white dress covered in safety pins forThe 30-year-old daughter of Ozzy Osbourne paired her punk-inspired frock with a spiked metallic clutch and grey suede pumps.

The perennially purple-haired presenter had her make-up applied by Jasen Kaplan for the telecast airing Saturday on Logo TV.

Kelly – who’s been unemployed since quitting E!’s Fashion Police – just guest-starred on the 14th season of Project Runway, which returns August 6 on Lifetime.