Ted Baker held its annual Team Day again last week and I was invited to attend the catwalk show, showcasing the new SS13 collection. I always like Ted’s shows – they’re fun, entertaining and a great way to really bring the collection to life, which a lookbook never quite manages to do. The show mixed
Anyone wanting to host a fashion show in a remote Scottish roofless ruin of a castle on a freezing December day, should be deemed absolutely insane. But when it’sChanel hosting their annual Métiers d’Art show in the beautiful and historic Linlithgow Palace, you hop on a plane, layer up, put your boots on, have a
The SS13 Ashish girl has stepped straight out of a 90’s teen movie. No, she’s not the heroine of this story, but she’s the geeky girl in the back of the class, the girl with the DIY clothes, the big dorky glasses, and neverending bad hair days. She thinks scrunchies are amazing (they are, actually).
Florilegium: noun – a collection of literary extracts; an anthology. Every Corrie Nielsen show always starts with a Latin lesson in the notes, and SS13 was no different: this season, Corrie sent a collection inspired by Kew Botanical Gardens down the catwalk – not just interpreting the floral aspect, but also the architecture. The collection
I love it when fellow bloggers do well, and this weekend it was the turn of Charlie May. As well writing one of my favourite blogs, Girl A La Mode, Charlie has been hard at work launching her eponymous label. The front row was packed with some of London’s finest bloggers supporting one of their
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Fashion Week is great for giving designers the opportunity to present their collections as they intended: they can show off whole looks rather than single pieces, styled the way they envisioned. A show can really create an atmosphere around the collection to explain their vision and inspiration behind their collection. That’s why I think it’s
Fashion week may be long gone, but the clothes won’t be in shops for some time to come, so I’m going to post some more of my favourites from London Fashion Week. Holly Fulton stuck to her usual bold geometric Art Deco-inspired prints in shades of turquoise and fuchsia. This season, the Holly Fulton girl
Hindsight is a funny thing. It’s now been a month since the craziness of London Fashion Week, and I’m still chewing over the numerous shows I saw that week. Now, with a bit of space and time between the barrage of shows, I find that I’ve started seeing things slightly differently. For example, I’ve always