The Francesca Marotta AW 12 show was all about drama. Inspired by Sicily, religion and mourning this show certainly packed a punch and fitted the dramatic ballroom setting. Red and black lace was teamed with beautiful tailored pieces and neon perspex jewellery. Will we see perspex thorn...

Few questions with the London based italian designer Maria Francesca Pepe. LC: What/Who inspires you most during the creative process? I believe my work develops season after season and there are so many factors that define its results. Usually i need to be alone to gather that necessary...

This morning we stopped by Vauxhall Fashion Scout at Freemasons Hall to sneak a peak at Maria Francesca Pepe's Autumn/Winter collection and in awe we stood. ‘Fortuna' was the name, and avant-garde the game for this line of accessories that featured studded horns, spiked shoes and a safety pin...

Just a few photos I took backstage at Francesca Marotta's presentation in Saint Martin's Lane... (presentation photos here). Jess and I were very pleased to pop by the hotel a few hours before the show to see the incredible tulle train being constructed, the models being renovated and to get a...

La firma británica se registro como compañia limitada en el 2007, por la diseñadora italiana Maria Francesca Pepe, graduada por la universidad de Central Saint Martins. MFP ha sido nominada para los British Fashion Awards como el mejor nuevo talento en diseño de accesorios. Se ha...

POP PR brands included: Ashley Isham Andrew Majtenyi Bernard Chandran Cosmetics a La Carte Emmanuel Katsaros Francesca Marotta Jeffrey Michael Laura Apsit Livens Maison Fin De Saison Marina Prokopiva Marimodo Merle O'Grady Nova Chiu Pam Hogg Pyrrha Sorapol Spijkers en...

Exactly one billion blogger years ago (ok, so one full calendar year in real time), The Very Simon Gand I headed on down to avant garde concept store Layers on Conduit Street armed with stylist Francesca Marotta and photog extraordinaire Snappylifestyle. For some mysterious reason, I never got...

Hi guys, I was so excited for Francesca Marotta's debut presentation at London Fashion Week. Francesca has been working within the fashion industry for a long time, as a well known stylist and now we have the opportunity to see her work as a very talented designer, I couldn't be happier for...

? Francesca Marotta: The collection is called "Amore della mia Vita" which means "Love of my Life." It is inspired by the strong women of Sicily who have loved and lost someone close to them, so the collection focuses on black, representing a time of mourning. And also it represent a time

Jen, Kit, Charlie and I definitely enjoyed the Patron cocktails too :-) It was also lovely to see Kristin's Mum, Noriko, supporting her daughter along with Bert from Yorkshire Pearl and Francesca Marotta. Culture to Catwalk is already on sale online! You can also find lots more information...

 

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