Sass&Bide collection was entitled Wintergate, but it actually had the feeling of a gentle summer breeze. The palette, mainly monochrome in black and ivory white, was brighten up by yellow accents, while silver knits gave an elegant and sleek touch to the whole show. Continue reading →
If Braganza had not been a designer, he would have dedicated his life to wizardry, obsessed as he is with cosmic symbols and the occult. Accordingly, his latest collection, Starkonnen, was rich in symbolism and esoteric feeling, depicting an army of powerful and impenetrable women. Continue reading →
Jena.Theo A/W presentation was held in a little white space inside Somerset House, crammed with journalists and photographers and busy with PRs and buyers. Luckily, her vivid collection made up for the lack of space, brightening up the whole room (and the crowd’s mood). Continue reading →
Entering The Savoy room to assist to Fyodor Podgorny and Golan Frydman’s show, the mind could not help but think of couture, surrounded as it was by Baroque chandeliers, beautifully embellished walls and high ceilings. The collection perfectly corresponded to the mood, presenting a series of dramatic, floor-weeping gowns and sculptured pieces. Continue reading →
Creativity, innovation, inspiration: these are the words WE like to associate with fashion, and these are the words that came into my mind at London College of Fashion debut show. The ten collections showcased by the college, for the first time as part of Fashion Week, were realised by some of its most recent MA graduate students, all of them young and talented.
Issue 37 BLACK is hitting the shelf. The idea came in spring when blooms of colours became too much. WE craved something dark, something with an attitude. Hence black – the colour symbolic of so many things, representing so much across cultures. Continue reading →