Laduma Ngxokolo was the second of three designers who showed at London Fashion week in association with the Ubuntu International Project. His Xhosa-inspired knitwear was showcased at Vauxhall Fashion Scout in collaboration with jewelry-beadwork from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum....

Alexa Chung Does Striped and Plaid at London Fashion Week 2011 Submitted by Saf on Monday, 21 February 2011 | No Comment London Fashion Week isn't just a place for us to oogle all the fantastic fashion find on the catwalk, but also for us to check out what the celebs are wearing whilst they...

Mulberry was one of the most popular shows at yesterdays London Fashion Week as they transformed the swanky Claridges into an English countryside extravaganza, complete with mushroom stools and of course, a whole host of celebs on the front row. Mulberry darling Alexa Chung was unfortunately...

London Fashion Week 2011 showed some amazing fashion finds a few weeks ago. As well as some very well-known foreign fashion designers, there was also a fleet of amazing British designers, showing the overseas crowd why British fashion is so unique and 'fabulous darling'! One British designer,...

This February I went to my first hard core fashion week, okay I went to a few things last year, but this year I went to so many things I was so exhausted I didn't know if I could get up the next day! I went to Caroline Charles's show – beautiful cloths but the models were too young and the...

As you all know, I headed out to London last week to shoot some editorial for O Magazine, and was lucky enough to get behind the scenes at London Fashion Week, and attend some of the shows. I will post loads of pics this week, but first, here is the team at the registration at Somerset House,...

In it's second week, London Fashion Week got a taste of South africa, or more appropriately, Africa. Stiaan Louw represented with a sort of re-showing of his AFI Jhb 2011 collection but with noticeable tweaks, like the introduction of vibrant colour tones. Louw joined two other local...

6 days, 7 hours ago Given the honour of opening London Fashion Week once again was Paul Costelloe, showcasing his Spring Summer 2012 collection inspired by the film classic 'Whatever Happened to Baby Jane'. The designer introduced a blend of 50's and 60's style silhouettes adorned by a...

Holly Fulton is the one show I really look forward to during London Fashion Week. I don't know if it's my love for everything art deco, or whether it's because I love how she mixes up fabrics and colours, or because I love glamour and she does it so well. What ever the reason, I sit and smile...

Hot off the back of New York Fashion Week, where Big Apple designers such as DKNY, Marc Jacobs and Michael Kors wowed fashionistas and celebrities, London Fashion Week is considered the freshest and most exciting of all the shows. Known for discovering and celebrating new designers, LFW, is...

 

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