london is internationally known for their outlandish style & trendsetting ways, historically. our first runway review for the FW11 show season in london is for the jean-pierre braganza collection. innovative construction was noticed from the first look within the collection; grey, clean &...

a beautifully executed collection was presented by matthew williamson at london fashion week for the FW11 season. a successful merge of varied concepts was seen as fur, pattern & both dark & bold tones were fused together perfectly. i loved the intricate details that were worked into the...

as one of the most anticipated collections of london fashion week, the FW11 burberry prorsum collection took bold tones & british style signatures to the next level. in a surprise twist, one of our favorite faces, ms. jourdan dunn opened the show to a roaring start in a bold orange coat,...

the crazed style vision of vivienne westwood was presented at london fashion week for fall, this time for westwood's red label. the vivienne westwood collections always display an air of deconstructed glamour, an opposition to the clean lines & refined style we see from many other labels. as...

Models Kate King + Ruby Jean Wilson + Ajak Deng + Laura McCone + Marique Schimmel + Samantha Gradoville + Suzie Bird + Kasia Struss + Melissa Tammerijn Collection Giles Fall 2011 Ready-to-Wear London Fashion Week Designer Giles Deacon for Giles Photographer Yannis Vlamos for...

from white to black, the collections palette went from gray to an array of bright tones fused with metallic details as intense bouts of navy were combined with use of lace. it was complete sophistication from start to finish & i would consider this the best collection of london fashion week...

predominantly black designs with futuristic details were presented in london by david koma. revealed on the runways of london fashion week, i admired the direction taken & the bold choice in concepts for this season. as many other collections in both new york & london have demonstrated, bold...

She may have been dubbed the digital print queen by way of her hypnotising design USP of seasons past, but Mary Katrantzou took a refreshing detour this season. Dizzying print work was replaced by symbols that held a deeper meaning; school badges, medals, clock faces, a coat of arms all made...

London Fashion Week: Mary Katrantzou Autumn 2011 In a word... wow. I'm not going to lie, when I first set eyes on this latest collection from Mary Katrantzou, my mouth nearly hit the floor. As one of the standouts from last fashion week season, Katrantzou is back for another crack at it and is...

As we saw from her Fall 2012 offerings, Mary Katrantzou has a knack for turning the everyday into the extraordinary. The BFC "Designer of the Year" nominee did it again for Spring 2013, drawing inspiration from the inconsequential– stamps and currency, transforming them into glorious works of...

 

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