Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.

How Anglomania Is Ruling The Red Carpet

  1. Begin Slideshow
    Opener (13)
    Photo: Matt Baron/BEImages.



    See All Slides

    Celebrities wearing designer anything isn't news. But, what isn't expected are the labels these leading ladies are flocking toward for spring. Lately, it seems, it's all about the Brits. Sharing the red carpet with established Parisian, American, and Milanese houses are relative newbies like Paper London and House of Holland and trendy London-based labels like Mary Katrantzou, Giles, and Christopher Kane. It's what we're deeming Hollywood's latest wave of Anglomania.

    In recent seasons, as London Fashion Week has grown exponentially in popularity, so have the event's participants. Once-indie Brit brands have now achieved legitimate cult status — Peter Pilotto's Target collection is evidence of this fundamental fashion shift. And, today's A-listers are living, breathing proof as well. Leslie Mann, January Jones, Emma Watson, and up-and-comer Margot Robbie are just a few stylish celebs sourcing inspiration from across the pond. Click ahead to get a peek at the designers these ladies are loving right now, and (window) shop 'em too — that is, if you have an event that warrants red-carpet-worthy style.

    Photo: Jonathan Hordle/REX USA.

    Like this post? There's more. Get tons of style secrets, insider shopping dish, fashion news, and more on the Refinery29 Fashion Facebook page!
    Begin Slideshow



Mary Katrantzou's Adidas Collab Is Finally Here!

The wait is over. Today, adidas released images of its new collaboration with It-Brit designer Mary Katrantzou. As expected, the print-happy Katrantzou added her kaleidoscopic touch to sporty bomber jackets, neoprene dresses and sweatshirts, and the athletic brand's signature sneakers. In fact, her presence is so read

New York

The 30 Most Instagrammed Restaurants In NYC

We're all guilty of it: Quickly snapping a photo of that pizza or ice cream or burger we couldn't wait to dig into, and not-so-slyly Instagramming it from across the table. Why? Because, we're obsessed with #foodporn. We love seeing what others are eating (and showing of our own dishes). There are some plates, however, read