My DVF ‘Journey Of A Dress’ - London, New York & Toronto

In an homage to the 40th anniversary of DVF’s iconic wrap dress, I took a suitcase full of them on a trip between London, New York and Toronto. If you’ve been following my Instagram you’ll probably notice it’s been a whirlwind of a week, so thanks for following my #JourneyOfADress!

To find out more about why this little dress is such an important part of fashion history, please go to DVF.COM
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Xx
Coco

LFW via INSTAGRAM - February 14th to 16th 

Is it a throwback if it happened last week? I’m in yet another country right now, but I’m already reminiscing on the loveliness that was London Fashion Week. 

  1. It’s good to be back in merry old England with my girl Liz.
  2. Front row at Julien MacDonald with the ladies of London Fashion Week: Eliza Doolittle, Abbey Clancy, Samantha Barks, Nina Nesbitt and Camilla Mackintosh. 
  3. Beautiful and intricate beading at Julien MacDonald
  4. Having a moment backstage at Henry Holland with Kelly Osbourne. Neither of us know why we are wearing coats like this. #FashionPolice 
  5. The Phantom of the Opera strikes at Henry Holland’s show! 
  6. It’s a beautiful day in London! I’m taking my DVF wrap on an 3-country tour this week. Stay tuned for my #JourneyOfADress story.
  7. Beautiful venue and impeccable tailoring at Pringle of Scotland.
  8. Change of clothes for the afternoon shows at #LFW. Jumpsuit by Sass & Bide, heels by Versace.
  9. Loved this jacket at Paul Smith. Also, the soundtrack was all Fleetwood Mac remixes, which made my afternoon!
madefw:

Model Margaux Brooke, who was made famous as a contestant on Coco Rocha’s competition television series “The Face”, let Milk Made follow her around during her very first time as a working model during New York Fashion Week. Here, in her own words, she shares her story exclusively with Milk Made.

GAUX MARGAUX!!

madefw:

Model Margaux Brooke, who was made famous as a contestant on Coco Rocha’s competition television series “The Face”, let Milk Made follow her around during her very first time as a working model during New York Fashion Week. Here, in her own words, she shares her story exclusively with Milk Made.

GAUX MARGAUX!!

NYFW via INSTAGRAM (Part Four) - February 11th to 14th

We’ve finally reached the last few moments of NYFW. Diesel Black & Gold, Rodarte, Jeremy Scott and Sass & Bide were all awesome shows to watch. Stay tuned for the upcoming London Fashion Week Life via Instagram series!

  1. Backstage at Diesel Black & Gold with Renzo Rosso and Dree Hemmingway. #dbgshow #nyfw
  2. Spacelady chic at the Diesel Black & Gold show. #dbgshow
  3. I think I just became first assistant to hair legend Odile Gilbert! Holding all her John Frieda products as she explains her hair look at Rodarte.
  4. Some need coffee to wake up; this is how I do it. Last day of #NYFW for meeee!
  5. Soo Joo strikes again in a hypnotic number at #JeremyScott. #MadeFW
  6. Sitting with my friend Alexandra Richards at Sass & Bide, my all-time favorite Australian designers. Last show of #NYFW for me.
  7. #ThrowbackThursday to my very first test shoot as a 14-year-old. Blond streaks and over-plucked eyebrows were all the rage in Vancouver 2003/04!
  8. I’m happy to announce that I’m now represented by MONSTER in Milan! Xx Coco
  9. This is an interesting Fashion Week article from InStyle UK featuring my opinion of model size diversity, and also revealing a recent change that has been made at a top agency.