Sequin-obsessed designer Ashish‘s Autumn / Winter 2015 collection was an exhibit of ’70s call girl stereotypes. For this season, the London-based designer chose the Klute female lead Bree Daniels (played by veteran actress Jane Fonda) as his muse and presented
A casual protest with a rebellious twist, Lukas Jemiol’s earthly tones of khaki green skirts, light blue trousers and white “no-war” pieces made for a self-reflective presentation as exemplified by the go-pro wearing models – who are we protesting against?
French label Carven was revitalised when Alexis Martial and Adrien Caillaudad took the helm. They were in fact living up to what former designer Guillaume Henry had created; a luxury brand that’s loved and affordable. There’s a certain attitude that
Old Hollywood drama recreated to become relevant to our present day: Designer Holly Fulton turned to the TV melodramas like the Tales of the Unexpected to create a certain kind of femininity. Think hyper-girlie sorbet shades, cats and the 1960’s. Another point of
The Seoul-based womenswear Label FleaMadonna was launched in 2007. The label’s name refers to the Prima-donna, the opera’s first female singer. Born in Korea the label is now stocked across Tokyo, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Belgium and America. The label has somewhat
SUPERSWEET x Moumi was born out of love for all things fashion and feline. Moumi is actually a beautiful Abyssinian Blue cat who is the inspiration behind all of those playful prints and patterns. Created by siblings Myogi and Kikilala –