Friday’s Superdry x Timothy Everest presentation was no exception. Taking place at Superdry’s Regent Street store, a cluster of sharp-cheekboned models posed in even sharper tailoring against a backdrop of an upper-class country library, complete with overstuffed leather chairs and hunting rifles. Read the rest of this entry
Iconic Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has made art history over the decades, with her conceptual sculptures, performance art, paintings and installations influencing everyone from Andy Warhol to Donald Judd.
And most recently, it seems, Marc Jacobs. The Louis Vuitton label, (of which Jacobs is creative director), has collaborated with the 83-year-old on new collection ‘Infinitely KUSAMA’. Read the rest of this entry
Urgh. It’s raining. A lot. It’s okay, though; just because it’s as miserable as sin outside doesn’t mean you can’t be channelling some seriously heat-inducing tropical vibes in your look. Read the rest of this entry
It’s finally here! Today, Henry Holland revealed images of his new Pre S/S13 collection. With this line, Holland is following other labels like Erdem and Temperley London in the growing trend of releasing ‘pre’ lines between the spring/summer and autumn/winter seasons. (Which means only more designs for us to choose from, of course…) Read the rest of this entry
Jubilee? What Jubilee? Once the initial excitement of waving miniature Union Jack flags (and having a cheeky two days off work) died down, all fashion-loving eyes had long shifted to this week’s CFDA awards.
Celebrating its fiftieth year, the prestigious event (which is often dubbed ‘Fashion’s Oscars’) saw enough glitz, glamour and glitterati to make even the Queen’s royal crown look dull (and SO 2011). Read the rest of this entry
And so it begins! It’s been 60 years in the making, but Her Maj’s Diamond Jubilee is finally upon us. Whether you’re a Kate-and-Wills-loving royalist or just out for the perks of a four-day weekend, there’s no reason not to get into the spirit of things in utmost celebratory style. Here are our top picks of the best regal designs – fit for any Queen. Read the rest of this entry
As Graduate fashion season continues, today witnessed the Royal College of Art‘s eagerly anticipated MA show take the stage (er, catwalk). Though RCA’s fashion school boasts legendary alumni like Philip Treacy and Julien Macdonald, this next generation of designers didn’t disappoint.
Of the 35 students across womenswear, menswear, footwear, knitwear and accessories who presented their work, there were a few that definitely caught our eye. Read the rest of this entry
It’s that time of year again – Graduate Fashion season is upon us. All over the UK, young designers are anxiously putting the finishing touches to their degree’s final collections. Sewing machines are whirring, last-minute amendments are being made, and the rest of the fashion world waits with interest to see what new creative talent the next month will bring.
Last night, prestigious arts university Central Saint Martins kicked off the shows. While, as ever, the collections on show were excellent, there were three outstanding students who walked away with the night’s top prizes. With a judging panel that included fashion greats likeChristopher Shannon and Lulu Kennedy, this was no easy feat! Read the rest of this entry
Despite only having taken our shaky first steps into this year’s spring/summer season (thank you, British weather), fashion’s eyes are already looking ahead to A/W – and who better to whet your appetite for the upcoming warmer styles than Burberry, who have just revealed the new faces behind it’s A/W12 campaign.
Actress/model Gabriella Wilde (of The Three Musketeers and Doctor Who fame) and musician Roo Panes replace Eddie Redmayne and Cara Delevigne as the chiselled-cheeked couple representing the brand. They join the star-studded line of good-looking British creatives that have gone before them in previous campaigns – including actors Emma Watson and Douglas Booth. Read the rest of this entry