PALMER//HARDING. AW15.

We all remember what it was like to go through our teenage years. The awkwardness of trying to figure out who you are, while transforming into an adult, it wasn’t the easiest of times for …

EDELINE LEE. AW15.

Venturing off the rainy Camden High Street into the DRAF art space, the viewer is immersed into a dream like world where art and fashion come together to display Edeline Lee’s autumn/winter collection. Amongst the …

CHARLI COHEN. AW15.

As a personal trainer, Charli Cohen designs her clothes with performance and practicality in mind. Bridging the gap between sportswear and ready-to-wear fashion, her latest collection is emblematic of the modern woman. With a smart …

TAKA NAKA. AW15.

It was a case of ‘who dunnit’ for Tata Naka’s AW’15 presentation, stylish 1940’s Chinese American actress Anna May Wong was the main character for this fashionable murder mystery; also drawing inspiration from the classic …

GYO YUNI KIMCHOE. AW15.

They say space is the final frontier, but for Gyo Kim and Yuni Choe, it’s more of a springboard into the spirit world. After winning Fashion Scout’s Merit Award last season and securing Opening Ceremony …

YOUJIA JIN. AW15.

LCF alumni Youjia Jin transported her audience into a fairytale world with an Alice in Wonderland inspired collection. Full of muted greys and expertly constructed pieces,  the AW15 range demonstrated why minimalism always excels on …

ASHISH. AW15.

You can always count on Ashish Gupta to make noise; it’s one of the reasons why I look forward to his show every season. From the hair and make-up alone one could deduce that the …

DAKS. AW15.

The Daks girl is certainly out to make a statement this season, with head to toe post-box red looks and patent boots to match. In the absence of colour contrast, texture steps up to the …

WILSON PK. AW15.

Taking inspiration from the landscape of East London and time recently spent in Crisis homeless shelter, Wilson PK produced an elaborate collection full of innovative fabrics and textures. The Central Saint Martins graduate used asymmetric …