Young Talent

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Michael Van Der Ham for Brora

After a successful collaboration with Louise Gray last year, Scottish cashmere label Brora has enlisted the help of another young talented designer, Dutch M...

Elizabeth Lau for ASOS

London-based designer Elizabeth Lau has created a capsule collection of 8 fun sweaters exclusively for ASOS, going on sale tomorrow (Friday Sept 21st). For me...
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5 Minutes With… Fannie Schiavoni

Last week I met with young London-based jewellery designer Fannie Schiavoni, ahead of the presentation of her new SS13 collection at London Fashion Week and...
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5 minutes with… RIYKA

I get sent zillions (yes, it's a word) of lookbooks every day, but few really grab my attention. So when the lookbook for RIYKA's SS12 collection "Shake it to...
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Introducing… Terra New York

Last week when I was in Belgium, a friend told me about her friend's new innovative rainwear label Terra New York At first, I wasn't all that convinced - after ...
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MELISSA + Gareth Pugh

Gareth Pugh will always have a special place in my heart as his AW '07 show was the very first fashion show I ever attended... (Amazing, RIGHT?) Then still the ...
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London Fashion Week SS12: Bora Aksu

There's one thing you can always be certain of when you go to a Bora Aksu show: they're very photogenic. For his SS12 show the catwalk consisted of thousands of black and orange leaves, making a dramatic statement. The show started with a finale of around 10 models, angelically dressed in all-white, with flower headpieces. The look was typical Bora Aksu: a patchwork of materials and techniques, this season with a slight Edwardian inspiration.