Jonathan Saunders

Cara Delevingne at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards She even managed to drag British fashion designer Jonathan Saunders down
Ever wondered what a JMW Turner seascape painting might taste like? Fishy, if you ask chef Rachel Khoo. Or how a Frances Bacon triptych might sound - dark and moodily rockin', if you ask the band Everything Everything. This might sound like some strange experiment in synaesthesia; in fact, its for a video series I've been making to mark the launch of the new Tate Britain...
By 15 June 2013, as London Collections: Men kicked off an intense calendar of runway shows and presentations of menswear collections for Spring/Summer 2014, fashion journalists and buyers from all over the world had arrived in the British capital with invigorated expectations about its sartorial talent.
Pastels and spring have a mundane, predictable relationship. In a similar vein to the floral prints for spring's sister non-surprise, designers are naturally drawn back to soft unicorn colours - those to brighten and lighten the April skies.
While A is wining and dining at a table for two overlooking the Seine, I'll be falling once again in love with fashion
A few years ago, we might have cited John Rocha and Matthew Williamson as the hottest tickets for London Fashion Week. The New Guard have trounced on that theory. They are more than just BFC sponsored talent, the lucky creatives that escaped the unemployment net. They are the rebirth of British fashion design. Yeah, I said it. An actual rebirth.
I've fallen, head over staggeringly high heels, in love. Again. This is becoming too regular an occurrence. Temporarily blinded by a uniform of black and grey, Resort 2013 has reminded me of my love for fabrics.
Ginnifer Goodwin and Jennifer Morrison have established a new way to stand out from the crowd.
WHO? Jonathan Saunders
My name's Sarah and I'm a stationery addict. Since the annual September runs to WH Smith to stock up on new school year supplies, notebooks have been my particular weakness and, what with there being even more organising than usual to do over this festive season, I still love having a wonderful new pad to jot down my many lists in.
Pudsey the bear has had a makeover! Well, several in fact. The famous yellow teddy has been re-designed by some of the biggest