Models were like 'walking architecture'.
Gareth Pugh debuted his spring/summer 2017 collection at London Fashion Week on Saturday 17 September, and we’ve rounded
London Fashion Week is known for its weird and wonderful trends, but one new season style is giving us the creeps. British
The exhibition covered fashion, industrial design, technology and architecture. One non-fashion exhibit that caught my eye was an app that replaced my and my friends' faces with much older ones. The app followed our faces creating a virtual mask and mimicking our exact facial movements.
Raffaele Ascione is a London-based designer and fast-rising fashion star whose sophisticated, high end womenswear combines fluid shapes and flattering volume with intricate detailing, and has been worn by the likes of Jessie J and Lady Gaga.
WHO? Gareth Pugh
It's not every day you hear the phrase "nun nude" to describe makeup, but Alex Box coined the term and the look backstage
Shoe fans, listen up - there's an exhibition we suspect you'll fall in love with this weekend in London's Brick Lane. Shoes
Swimming defiantly against a commercial current, Layers prides itself for providing products that challenge traditional notions, opting for pushing style and imagination forward. The aim of its founders is to promote new and young designers who are doing something of their own, who are not motivated by commercial success, but want to better themselves by achieving critical recognition for their work.