This season's collections had a real sense of freedom, of fun and of experimentality.
London Fashion Week proves current global circumstances are not a barrier, rather a means for the industry to innovate and adapt.
The presence of a worldwide pandemic hasn’t stopped the fashion industry from thriving.
Despite going digital, these designers still managed to create a sustainable collection.
After all, what would the industry be without pushing boundaries?
Fashion Weeks from London to Paris and New York all showcased an eclectic array of garments that conveyed the personality of the designers.
Jeremy Scott's ability to transform an idea into a visual masterpiece highlights his intellect, imagination and meticulosity.
The fashion world is buzzing with excitement as London Fashion Week is just around the corner. From sustainability to the highly anticipated collections of the autumn season, we’ll take you through the highlights of London Fashion Week AW20. Thursday 13th February The first day of London Fashion Week kicks off with Renata Brenha’s AW20 collection. [...]
I wasn't aware of Welsh designer Jayne Pierson until I saw her AW19 collection, but from the moment I joined the very long queue for her show, I knew that these would be the designs that speak to me. It was interesting for me to see how the fashion tribes would show their differences through those [...]
On the afternoon of my third day at London Fashion Week, on the ground floor of Freemasons Hall, A-Jane's AW19 collection “Unterwartet, Ich” focuses on Neue Musik (new music) . A-Jane's designer - Alice Jane originally from Malaysia, originally studied music composition in Freiburg. It is exciting for me to see how this has clearly [...]