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LEE LAPTHORNE - GUEST LECTURER

Lee Lapthorne, creator of On|Off, alternative fashion showcase for LFW, and textile designer, had some interesting advice to share with us in a recent seminar. 109 more words

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Catwalk Review

DAVID KOMA SS/17
Sleek, Stylish and oh-so sophisticated. David Koma’s SS/17 collection is every city girls dream.

Putting his education in fine art to good use, Koma’s designs are true to his artistic background, with a creative flare jazzing up each of the individual outfits. 330 more words

Mary Katrantzou’s London fashion week show mixes Greek mythology with 60s psychedelia

The Greek designer showcased a fresh take on femininity through her collection of culture and colour in her classic style.

For the third day of London fashion week, womenswear designer Mary Katrantzou took onlookers through a collection fusing Greek mythology with 60s Op art inspired prints. 774 more words

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Sebastian AW15 Collection

30 Years ago something changed for a young boy growing up in the forests of Pantanal Brazil.

A young Sebastian had spent most of his early childhood fascinated by the art and creation of dress making at his aunt’s dress design studio. 213 more words

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Jamie Wei Huang – Nymphomaniac A/W15

Jamie was one of the first shows I attended at LFW inside the gorgeous Freemasons Building, organised by POP PR. The atmosphere inside Fashion Scout, as it is also known, was buzzing around the exhibition, whilst we all waited to go in. 297 more words

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Mimi Tran Design – Red Carpet Collection A/W15

Mimi Tran, who is mainly known in Paris and San Francisco, brings her collection to London’s Fashion Week, inside the infamous Freemasons Building. I was excited to see some designs from across the pond with Parisian discipline, and least to say I was not disappointed with the collection at all. 261 more words

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Interview with Naomi Isted

How did your career in Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle begin?

I’ve always been a non-conformist and as a kid growing up in Scotland would always try out the craziest trends from Europe and the globe! 542 more words

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