Redheads finally got their own emojis last month — and how better to celebrate than Ginger wearing a lorry-load of sequins courtesy of Halpern Studio. Maybe a mini-dress, maybe flares, maybe a minidress over flares? And since the name is Ginger Spice, not honey-blondehighlight spice, here’s hoping a trip to the salon is on the cards . . . Back in the day, Scary was known for leopard print and catsuits — and sometimes for leopard print catsuits; she championed manrepelling fashion before it was a trend. Tom Ford’s neon leopard suit is spot on. Or she could ask to borrow that stand-out leopard coat from Victoria Beckham’s AW18 catwalk collection.
I would’ve thought this one was a no-brainer. In the nineties, Mel C’s Fila- and adidas-logoed staples would’ve seen her stopped at the door of any nightclub, but that was before the athleisure movement made sportswear a weareverywhere staple. I’d recommend a look at the Fenty x Puma collection by Rihanna.
Emma Bunton had a hard challenge, dressing to match the moniker Baby as a 42-year-old in a #TimesUp world. Yes, as Scarlett Curtis’ new book, Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (and other lies), points out, feminists can wear whatever colour they like. I’d suggest this Molly Goddard tiered tulle dress, as seen on Villanelle in Killing Eve? Zigazig-yah.