Tag : LFW
With over a million more tweets than NYFW last season, London Fashion Week was always going to be hotly anticipated. As the week of catwalk shows drew to a close, it’s safe to say the Brits certainly didn’t fail to impress. The news of Burberry altering their collections so that they … Read More
As the sun set on New York Fashion week, our eyes, purses and minds returned to home turf. LFW as we’ve never seen it before, as it took its debut in Soho at the new Brewer street car park (after a whopping five years at Somerset House). Whether it’s the … Read More
The Gryphon Fashion writer, Beth Arthurs, was invited down to London Fashion Week to check out some of the amazing designers showcasing their designs on catwalks in prestigious venues like Somerset House. Here she captures some of the quirk and individuality of some of the guests, bloggers and members of … Read More
For some fashion week inspires excitement, as a new season of creations is unveiled, miles of catwalk are strutted and an unrivalled spectre of dazzling celebrities grace the frow (front row, duh). However, for those not quite so style obsessed, fashion week evokes nothing more than a general disinterest and … Read More
As the dust settles on LFW and the fashion pack are well into Milan Fashion Week, we decided to share our backstage shots by online fashion editor Nina Keshmiri at the Charlie May SS14 show at St Martins Lane Hotel.
Fears that this year the student budget’s gonna bite? No worries, with some savvy purchases on pink basics this season you can take your autumn wardrobe into spring summer. AW13 was THE season for pink and for SS14 it ain’t going nowhere with a range of designers re-injecting the sugary hue … Read More
This spring summer we see designers mash things up in the print department with digitally abstract forms seen with our print staple: the floral print. Prints aren’t for the faint hearted for SS14.Geometric lines cut across floral motifs and natural forms are fragmented by bold panels by the likes of … Read More
Respect your elders’ was the message at Simone Rocha, who’d taken inspiration from her grandmothers for Fall
Kirchhoff didn’t disappoint there, with veiled Victorians being the premise for the season.