The fashion industry has had its fair share of criticism of late for being unsustainable and exploitative. also there is doubt as to the role of a fashion week as costs soar and catwalks are now transmitted in real time around the world . However, one fashion event is evolving and keeping its promise to make positive changes – the ever-fabulous London Fashion Week, which turned activist this season, amidst news of the government looking at a recommendation for a ‘penny-per-garment-sold’ tax scheme, being considered to encourage brands to recycle.Read More
When I saw mention of wired hems on the press notes before the show. I was totally intrigued but then creative director Natasa Cagalj is always full of wonderment. Always pushing bounderies but ever so elequently..Read More
I discovered this Czech based designer, on a sunny day last year in Soho where he was showcasing his SS18 collection, having already shown on the catwalk at #MBKFD . Jiri Kalfar originally trained to be a ballet dancer, and there is a dreamlike and theatrical playfullnes infused in his pieces .. not forgetting of course that glamour element. His collections include both men and womenswear.Read More
With Tenerife Fashion Beach Costa Adeje starting tomorrow it’s gave me a flash back to London Fashion Week and the Temperleys’s fresh and elegant catwalk for next Summer.
Alice Temperley’s SS18 collection for her eponymous brand, Temperley London, is inspired by the quintessential style of the French Riviera.Read More
I love the fact that Malan’s collections include both his men and womens line they are always so intricatley linked. Of course his pant suits are the best, although he shows both in New York and London both collections are different although bound with the same sort of flavouring, for FW17 his slinkiest fish tail dresses were totally for his Red Carpet New York clientele, London though was left with something a little darker!!!Read More