There was certainly reason to celebrate yesterday backstage at Vivienne Westwood Red Label here in London as the collection presented at the Saatchi Gallery by the queen of British fashion was fresh, sassy and intriguing. Dame Vivienne looked as charming as always, wearing a t-shirt with a print of her face on the front and [...]
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Today it has been a great day, I’m really loving being here at London Fashion Week. I have just been backstage at Vivienne Westwood Red Label and…check out the amazing make up!! The collection was really great, so I will post a gallery with some of the looks as soon as I can, but to give [...]
Hi everyone!!! I’m in Austria at the moment, taking a short vacation and relaxing in the beautiful countryside near Salzburg. Though the hotel where I’m staying it’s amazing, the internet connection is barely enough to check emails and upload tweets and pictures on my instagram page (if you are still not following us on Instagram, [...]
In the last few years Christopher Kane has gone from being a young independent designer to a must-see fashion icon who holds a very important place in London fashion Week, alongside legendary brands such as Burberry and Vivienne Westwood, and in the fashion world in general. For this Fall Winter season Kane shows his dark [...]
London Fashion Week presented the recent BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund winner collection, and here we were backstage, overlooking beautiful London in a sunny day.” After last season’s whimsical I wanted to do something that was more buttoned-up. The drugged-up housewife has changed into a very wealthy, eccentric young lady.” Jonathan explained.
an unusual sunny London Fashion Week for this Fall Winter 2012/13 season. Sorry if I haven’t updated the blog as I was meant to, here life and work are hectic. A quick peek at Moschino Cheap & Chic behind the scene, with model Ajak Deng.
There’s a distinct atmosphere of something softer and more romantically English country house–like around Christopher Bailey’s Pre-Fall Burberry collection. It’s not that he’s plunged completely into a vintage narrative, but there’s a feel of a thirties aristocratic house party in the long, slim, langorous crêpe evening dresses with their puffed sleeves, the smart tailored coats [...]
“It’s less of a bohemian look, more dreamlike and ethereal,” said Temperley, “there is more of an opulence, a femininity, and a flow to the collection.”