In my latest Bubble and Speak (seriously...the name still tickles me...) column for Business of Fashion, I profiled the French-born, London-based designer Faustine Steinmetz who is about to hit us with a new wave of trompe l'oeil. Pah! New wave of trompe l'oeil indeed... Haven't we mined every...

The end result is that every coat feels entirely different to a normal coat and yet, you would want to live out your daily routine in them (both Steve and I can attest to the coats' special transformative and intelligent design qualities as we tried a few of the styles on - love that Faye and...

I really missed a trick when I started Style Bubble. Food and Fashion! DOH! Why DIDN'T I combine two of my favourite things into one arena. Luxirare proves that there is indeed a common ground to be found by appreciating the two things. I love the feel of cashmere against my skin ergo I love...

Elaine, the owner of The Olive Shoppe, the former vintage eBay store once based in California, has been bouncing around the world, from Beijing to Bangkok and now to Shanghai for an indefinite period of time. Their website Olive Shoppe is still going, filled with Elaine's quirky eye for...

An escape route that the fashion world are so good at perpetuating even if it is all fantasy and fluff. In this instance, from a country beleaguered with financial crisis, comes a product that contributes in its own little way to projecting an image that goes beyond deficit figures, protests...

I'll be the first to admit that Style Bubble is woefully inadequate when it comes to writing about fashion going on in areas outside of London in the UK. I'm painfully not well-travelled in my own country and the joke still goes that the only time I leave the confines of the M25 is when I'm...

Therefore so it is that Camilla, an admittedly not very Style Bubble brand, graces this post, as their extravagant show visuals couldn't really be beat in the scheme of Australian fashion week. In the centre of Centennial Park smoke was rising from a grouping of teepee tents and as we...

) as well as to the weird whimsies of a teenager finding/discovering style. Yes, it is a little strange that aged 28, I'm still grasping at this non-existent magazine that isn't even targeted at my age group. Then again, I'm also curiously fascinated by young adult fiction or the reaction to...

Another label which centres around textile as well as having a specialised product nature is LA-based Symmetry Goods, designed by husband and wife duo Ted Byrnes and Gena Tuso. Symmetry Goods have collaborated with Of a Kind (incidentally, Of a Kind do a great job in highlighting designers...

Tamai may or may not be consciously catering to this particular style tribe but after breaking away from his former label writtenafterwards, it's clear that ASEEDONCLOUD has a gentler approach that goes hand in hand with his appreciation for wonderful textiles and an aesthetic that may well...

 

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