“Be yourself, everyone else is taken.” – Oscar Wilde Eclectic, playful, liberating: Markus Lupfer‘s Autumn / Winter 2017 collection is a celebration of individualism. In times of adversity, clothing provides a powerful outlet for escapism, self-expression and joy. With that
In terms of aesthetic and the overall feel of a collection, Isa Arfen has yet to disappoint. When greeted with an invite that contains a small fabric swatch of polka dot on mesh, the image of feminine delicacy set the
The Fashion Research Network and Somerset House invite to a lecture by Francesca Granata on her highly anticipated book, Experimental Fashion: Performance Art, Carnival, and the Grotesque Body (I.B. Tauris) tomorrow at Somerset House’s South Wing, Strand, from 6.30-8.30 p.m.
It was an astonishing collection counting 70 looks that Alessandro Michele presented for his Spring/Summer 2017 menswear show. Each of the outfits translated his perfect mastery of colours and patterns with surprising mixes of purple, pink and yellow or different
As part of the British Fashion Council’s Newgen platform Bobby Abley is one of the menswear brand to watch of recent years. This season, Bobby Abley took us to a fantasy world blending nostalgic and playful imagery he is famous for.
This season saw the combination of both sportswear luxe and feminine embellishment exhibited through an articulated ornamented wardrobe for Toga’s Autumn/Winter 2017 show. With tones of bubblegum pink, canary yellow, burnt umber, baby blue, navy and white, the collection experimented