DIED OVER TOPMAN AND JAMES LONG Topman Design is always a highlight for Day 6, I liked the rockabilly theme {live for rockabilly inspired everything} I thought it was also a very chic looking collection, like very fashionable and Parisian. The long coat with the fur paneled collar uhhhh~ The...

James Long hit the catwalk hard at last week's LFW Menswear day, revealing an excitingly fresh collection for autumn/winter 2012. His celebrated knitwear burst into vision paired with an array of contrasting textures and detailing. Autumnal hues were consistent throughout the collection,...

James Long AW12 (from catwalking.com) Edward Burtynsky's photography on quarries. Outerwear came in the form of aviator jackets, some with quilted leather, others with shearling trims. But what really took my breath away this season was James Long's knitwear. He has always been

For my weekend going out look this time around, I decided to create a day look for going out shopping. I usually do smarter evening outfits, so I thought I would change it up a little bit as not everyone ends up going out in the evening on the weekends. I chose these James Jeans Twiggy...

We've never seen James Long in any stores until now, so we had to flag this up. Although you've just gotta look at the price tag (£839) to see why he hasn't been more widely stocked. While we're not going to say that it isn't worth the money (although we're sure a snarky commentor will say...

It was clear, from the moment the first model took to the runway to the initial notes of Brian Eno's 1973 glam rock song 'Baby's on Fire', that the audience at James Long's spring/summer 2012 collection presentation was in for an outstanding sartorial treat. This was a collection that proved,...

James Long showed a womenswear collection as part of Fashion East again this season and, unfortunately, I didn't manage to see the show. I did, however, get to have a gander at the pieces in the showroom afterwards which suited me down to the ground since it was the the embellishment and the...

James Long's menswear has evolved from its crazy roots to become one classy brand. I could see lots of boys about town snapping up the smooth leather jackets and weekend bags or sporting a tight and tailored pair of shorts in the summer. I was more attracted by the outrageous pieces (quelle...

) to say that James Long was practically the only thing I liked about menswear day in London. I feel apprehensive writing this, I want to support British designers yadda yadda yadda , but I think going to Paris for fashion week the past few seasons has kind of spoiled me for London. While...

I've seen James Long every season for the last 3 years and every time there is a real evolution of ideas; season by season he refines his ideas into spectacular key pieces that you would kill to own. This year it was quite obvious at LFW that designers were having to rethink their ideas and...

 

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