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This season’s key focus is classic pyjama silhouettes, neon trimmings, contrasting colours and cuts paired with vintage blanket prints and dramatic star prints made from recycled yarn, all topped off with printed metallic gauzes to resemble the halo of light so often associated with angelic beings.
The 21st century, which only seemed like a distant fantasy future, is here, but nowhere can we find cyborg policemen nor flying skateboards. No post-apocalyptic military regimes or vacations to the other side of the moon…
The striking colour palette of the Gayeon Lee SS20 collection is drawn from Milton Avery’s paintings, and the majority of the pieces feature playful placement of pleated panels that give a refined fluidity…
Founded in Sydney, Australia, in 2018, auór is an independent eyewear label built from humble beginnings. The label was created with a vision to create functional, refined and quality eyewear by hand that co-founders Claire de Luca and Kristen Lindesay couldn’t seem to find elsewhere.
Both McQueen and Witter are linked through their shared interest in history and materials. The artist‘s previous residency at Mark Hix’s Tramshed in Shoreditch succeeded in raising consciousness of waste excess in the food industry. Here, she had a bountiful supply of bones from the kitchen which she was able to clean and prepare on site, before transforming the disused material into permanent objects of beauty.
Swedish and Iraqi heritage; as CMMN SWDN, a family and as individuals. Their unique brand DNA, born of their Middle Eastern and Scandinavian descent takes on new meaning as the couple appreciate the importance of perpetuating tradition like never before with the imminent arrival of their first child.
The Keith Haring X LACOSTE line elegantly combines the eccentricity of an all-over print with the sobriety of iconic pictograms. Multi-coloured or in negative, the famous figures which are the painter’s hallmark spread across polo shirts, T-shirts, shirts, sweatshirts, dresses and swimsuits or appear on the lining of a bomber jacket
Delving into the archives for KENZO – La Collection Memento N°4, we were astounded once again at the volume of creatively and inspired printed pieces. For this collection we have decided to put the spotlight on some of the house’s most vivid and diverse prints and graphics.
Swedish sports fashion brand Björn Borg drop their new collaboration – an underwear capsule created by Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY. Charles Jeffrey releases his first underwear collaboration, a limited edition collection of men’s printed underwear, with Björn Borg….
Approaching Lacoste as a wellspring of iconography, the Autumn Winter 2019 collection revisits the bygone elegance of sport and its relevance in contemporary society. Movement of the body and movement on the body are at the forefront of research and development into shape and fabrication – unlocking pragmatic solutions for dressing that surpass their apparent simplicity.
Step into the Daydream Vivier, where the dreams of women become a reality through the imagination of Creative Direc- tor Gherardo Felloni. The Daydream Vivier takes you on a daring trip through the desires, passions and the most foolish dreams of women….
In 2014, she flew to Paris to pursue further studies in fashion and in 2016, gained her diploma from ESMOD Paris, specializing in Womenswear Ready-to-Wear Knitwear. While in Paris, she did internships for brands Coralie Marabelle, La Prestic Ouiston, and Vetements...
AW19 is the brand’s ﬁnal collection shown with the support of Fashion East, and the collection brings a new mode of toughness to Knowles’ manifestation of femininity, moving away from SS19’s swimwear fantasies into a more brutal winter reality.
"Softness is power — we don't need to dress like men," asserts Yuhan Wang who is presenting her second collection on the Fashion East platform. Wang's delicate designs are fashioned in silk satins, in lace, velvet and tulle to ripple and flounce around the female form.
Toying with the concepts of dystopia and the ruinous impacts of the modern world, Gareth Wrighton’s début collection with Fashion East uses detailed graphic knitwear to present how Mother nature is fighting back. He observed the “biblical scale of the American landscape” and how it is “undermined by the human mind”
Only with an understanding of construction, and the female form, as masterful as Alaverdian’s can silhouettes prowl the boundaries of sex and solemnity quite like this. With total agency over their desire and their ability, this season’s muses are makers, demonstrators and educators…
15th February 2019 – The Hong Kong Trade Development Council presented four distinctive leading Hong Kong Fashion Labels at London Fashion Week, showcasing Hong Kong’s fashion creativity to industry elites and style influencers from around the world…
The ASAI woman has swum oceans, endured chaotic war zones and now wants to take root. It’s not her home. She has none as yet. But Englishness from afar appeals. The spice has dissipated to make way for wools that have lived ….
On Monday 7th January, Barbour celebrated the 125th anniversary and five generations of Barbour during our London Fashion Week Men’s presentation with some of their closest friends, VIPs and members of the press. To celebrate this incredible milestone, they offered a preview of our special Icons …
A simple white sheet thrown over us use to be the best Halloween costume going. I mean.. You didn’t have to worry about your makeup or the fact if you made any bad mistakes, then no one would of known who you were. Can we bring this costume back?! Social Media has now got us on the hype of who can dress the best.
Halloween has been rated as one of the best holidays out of the year. Any excuse to dress up, watch endless amounts of horror movies and eat your body weight in sugary snacks.. Right?! As years of gone on and the power of social media is taking over some of our decisions, it has also gotten us to push our creative sides and inspire us.
“Cork can be extremely sexy!” – if you have any doubts, listen to INLU’s founder and CEO Inês Lebre while she passionately invites you to meet the brand’s debut collection, its first, composed of ladies (mules, high and middle heel boots) and man’s shoes (derby)…
Anarchism is the idea of search for identity that manifests itself in many different forms. The only way for the anarchist to discover his identity is to experience and evolve his individuality within the rest of society. Looking for liberation and knowledge of self, looking for the journey. Many anarchists consequently mark their own odyssey by the artwork that reflects their own struggle for self which is why anarchy and art are undeniably intertwined.
Brooke Axtell first shared her abuse story on a global stage at the 2015 Grammy Awards when she collaborated with singer Katy Perry and Barack Obama to address domestic violence. Now, the activist joins footwear brand Josefinas to fight domestic abuse through a collection of solidarity sneakers: for each pair sold, a woman survivor will receive life changing services like safety planning, counseling and mentoring through Brooke’s program She is Rising.
Natalya Nova has been an artist that is the definition of creativity. She has a niche that sets her from everyone else by using her subconscious to create her one of a kind pieces of work. I got the privilege to interview Natalya and talk her about what keeps her influences in life and how she stays positive.
What will the independent fashion- conscious woman be wearing this Autumn? Think strong animal print and leather (not together – unless of course you want to). With the Trump circus never ending and the #metoo movement making headlines all over the world it’s no surprise current affairs are making their way onto our clothes.
If anyone knows what hairstyles are making it or which ones we should avoid, it would be Wella Trend Vision winner, Barry Maddocks. Growing up with a dream to work in such a creative field, he knew there was a place in the industry for himself
It’s the season of two thing – florals and weddings. The most popular month to get married is August, and since the 1970s, there seems to be a shift towards having summer weddings opposed to winter weddings.