Celebrities Set the Fashion Agenda
When it comes to fashion, celebrities are always in the know and their style choices at red-carpet gatherings and public events helps to influence our individual style.
The celebrity phenomenon has not only helped to showcase new looks and trends, but also creates a strong fashion following for certain brands.
Radio 1’s Hackney weekend saw a wealth of celebrities wearing their most-favoured garments, including English songwriter and producer Labrinth, who was spotted with Radio 1 DJ’s Fearne Cotton and Greg James, wearing Marshall Artist during the weekend. The star was seen wearing a summery pale blue and white stripe tee paired with chino-style shorts and a bomber jacket and later performed in one of the Marshall Artist Tailored gilet’s.
Comedian and Rapper Ben Doc Brown, who currently has his own TV show on BBC1 called The 4 O’clock club is also a fan of Marshall Artist Clothing and has been spotted wearing the Marshall Artist Vintage Sherlock T-shirt in cream for his show.
Not only are male celebrities bucking the latest trends as female stars from The Only Way is Essex, Amy Childs and Cara Kibley have been showing their love for Religion clothing. The brand focuses on distressed and edgy designs that are great for dressing up or down. Cara Kibley highlighted how versatile the designs are by wearing the Roberto wash maxi dress with converse for day and killer heels for night.
Fashion conscious singer Rita Ora has also been style spotted wearing a Religion Hawaiian shirt, teamed with a neon headband and shirt underneath.
Following celebrity fashion is a great way to get inspiration for your everyday looks and allows you to add your own individual touch to any outfit.
Monkey Clothing offers a wide range of designer clothing such as Religion and Marshall Artist to take your style to the next level.
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