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Talent Emerging: Deepa Gurnani

We all (us girls) like a sparkly bit of embellishment at somepoint, so when I discovered accessories label Deepa Gurnani – think statement headbands, earrings and necklaces – I was grateful to see a unique idea come into fruition. The duo behind the label, Deepa and her husband Jay



News: Farah Vintage for SS13

Farah is a great old American brand with a flawless product record stretching all the way back to 1920. The first Farah shirts were manufactured in El Paso and sold for a whopping thirty-five American cents. Getting a little pricy, guys, don’t you think? They’ve come a long way since …



Fierce LDN: Louis Mariette

On the second day of looking at London’s most talented accessory designers, we talk to milliner Louis Mariette. It is truly an honour to feature this fantastical, opulent and brilliantly creative artist here on Planet Notion.  Based in Chelsea, Louis fashions beautifully whimsical bespoke hats and headpieces.  Born in Malawi,


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LFW: JS Lee – Interview

Korean designer Jackie JS Lee has a keen eye for sharply cut tailoring and glamorous androgyny. Her lustrous SS12 collection today stunned the audience as they watched streams of slick models adorning the runway in her even slicker creations. After her show we nabbed her for one-on-one.

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LFW: Jean-Pierre Braganza – Show Report

Braganza’s bravado with prints is always a highlight and divider at LFW. Where previous seasons have seen this enthusiasm explode into overly patterned fabrics, Jean-Pierre’s SS12 offering was slightly more muted, but more successful as a result. Channelling a futuro-Klingon vision of Art Deco, dresses showcases beaded geometrics, slim jersey …