ROHMIR. SS18.

When addressing an audience, you should firstly grab them, shake them, and then put them back down gently. Grabbing our attention from the first second is the opera singer, performing at the end of the …

JAYNE PIERSON. SS18.

If you like intelligent surprise in your fashion, look no further than Jayne Pierson’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection.  Bringing together a range of textures, colours and philosophical thinking, Jayne Pierson’s first stand-alone show at London Fashion …

HOUSE OF MEA. AW17.

House of MEA celebrates diversity. Founded upon a desire to promote regional talent from the Middle East & Asia, this seasons’ collections truly shone with difference and talent. Showcasing three designers, the AW17 show glistened …

ALEXIS CARBALLOSA. AW17.

‘Immerse yourself in the journey into the eternal expanse’ – Alexis Carballosa 2017 Alexis Carballosa’s AW’17 collection was rich with gorgeous gossamer, vibrant colours and outstanding silhouettes in his debut London Fashion Week show. Carballosa’s work …

APU JAN. AW17.

The best word to describe Apu Jan’s AW17 “From Here To There” collection would most certainly be elegant. The show gave further proof of the young designer’s unique talent. Apu Jan is known for his …

EUDON CHOI. AW17.

Eudon Choi’s AW’17 collection was a masterclass in how to do minimalism with maximum impact. There were no gimmicks or over the top embellishments for this collection. It didn’t need any of that. Choi’s history …

ANGUS CHIANG. AW17.

Angus Chiang’s latest collection is an adventure for the eye; bursting to the brim with colour clashing and blocking, the pieces scream androgyny and disjointed chic. The school style runs throughout, with cut-out cardboard on …

MARK FAST. AW17.

Designer Mark Fast’s latest collection combines slinky 1920’s style dresses with vibrant purples, oranges and baby blues. Ridden with sequins and jewels, the pieces are glamorous and sophisticated. They are classic and modern simultaneously. The …

LANTERN SENSE. AW16.

It’s only been a few short seasons since Lantern Sense launched back in 2014, yet it has already gone on to gather a wave of success and much deserved plaudits for its designs. What the design duo …

NIRO WANG. AW16.

  Who would have thought that a toy could be such an inspiration for a collection?  But that’s exactly where Niro Wang drew its references from; Trahast (Swedish name for a wooden Horse) was a favourite …

PROPHETIK. AW16.

For all of its creativity and wonder, there are always questions hanging over the head of the fashion industry. The question of whether fashion is doing enough to be more sustainable is one that is …

EDELINE LEE. AW16.

Edeline Lee maintains the equilibrium between effeminate tailoring and tough hardwearing fashion. When you think of Lee’s masterpieces you think of distorted block colours and shapes. The misplaced monochrome tiled floor and the mountains of …

PALMER//HARDING. AW16

For AW16, Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding have explored the growing uncertainty and obscurity of society. Translating themes of consumption and anti-digital futures, Palmer and Harding have created a neutral display of decidedly sophisticated silhouettes. …

JAYNE PIERSON. ON|OFF. AW16.

The creative platform, ON|OFF, celebrates forty years of Punk. This is the perfect setting for Jayne Pierson’s collection this London fashion Week. Capturing the rebellious atmosphere of the late seventies, the models strutted down the …

CLIO PEPPIATT. AW16.

  An electric atmosphere, a sweet scented room, bold coloured and textures. Welcome to Motel Clio. A vibrant motel lobby is brought to life with retro shag rugs, pink candelabras and cocktail glasses; designed by the …

HOLLY FULTON. AW16.

  For AW16, Holly Fulton has played with pattern, texture and size. Starting off as a monochrome display of thick wool two sets and form fitting jacquard sets. The collection evolves into a richer dream …

DAVID FERREIRA. MERIT AWARD. AW16.

Fashion Scout’s Merit Award is often given to designers who ruffle the fabric of conventional design. Explosive, colourful and bold in form, David Ferreira hit the criteria with feathers, shimmering fabrics and volumptuous forms. The colour palette was …

LITTLE SHILPA. AW16.

For her AW16 collection Shilpa Chavan’s label Little Shilpa invites you on board Satelite 20.16.  This futuristic collection combines sports luxe and eccentric headpieces. Influenced by all things intergalactic and otherworldly, we are taken on …

MANUEL FACCHINI. AW16.

  When you see wondrous design, such as Manuel Facchini’s Autumn Winter 2016 collection, it’s somewhat humbling to see that designers are influenced and inspired by others. Afterall, creativity does not exist in a bubble and …