No brand, or shall we say individual, has been in the air recently quite as much as J.W Anderson has. The London College of Fashion graduate established his label in 2008 and it’s now considered to be one of London’s
The seemingly dark, ethnic Autumn / Winter 2015 collection Alexandra Moura presented at Moda Lisboa was everything but primal. The Portuguese designer used black, white and cream as her simplistic template, making the main focus strictly the shape of her garments.
Fuzzy accessories are having a moment right now and, if you’re a fan, you’ll love Romy LDN. Established in 2014, the label’s products are both designed and manufactured in London. It’s all about contrasting unusual textures, such as soft faux
The 14th edition of the RAI International Festival of Ethnographic Film held at the Watershed in Bristol presented an inspiring, very international programme of documentaries from around the world from 16th – 19th June 2015. This year, the city celebrates a
We speak to illustrator Midori Nohara, who was acknowledged amongst a pool of other artists at DRAW FASHION for his unique approach to drawing. Midori, how does it feel to be recognised by DRAW FASHION at this early stage of your
Simone Rocha may come from a fashion family (her father is no other than John Rocha), however, she forged her own identity that is unlike anyone else’s. Born in Dublin, graduated with a BA in fashion from The National College