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LFW Interview: Oliver Spencer

Oliver Spencer is every bit the luxury artisan as he is progressive curator. Admirable for his ability to resolutely bridge the gap between slick streetwear and tame tailoring, whole-hearted craftsmanship values offer the only formula by which he comes up with his collections.

A mish-mash of 70s art-house and 50s …

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LFW: T.Lipop

LFW Interview: T.Lipop

Showing immediately after Asger Juel Larsen in a double bill, grindhouse-esque show at Vauxhall Fashion Scout, T.Lipop showcased his similarly military inspired collection. Both the brand aesthetics of Larsen and Lipop are widely contrasting; but actually worked together walking back to back surprisingly well. WHO’D HAVE THOUGHT IT??

Like Larsen’s …

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LFW: Christopher Shannon

LFW: Christopher Shannon

Fashion’s favourite luxury sportswear designer brought a punk aesthetic into play for AW12. Set against a girly backdrop of pink, silver heart balloons, lace, silks and general female fashion chaos, Christopher Shannon’s models stormed down the runway in all their skinhead, hard-man, hyper-masculinity.

Black, white and a dash of navy …

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LFW Interview: Astrid Andersen

Astrid Andersen unleashed the Freak in Me by way of zombie decorated lips and blood splatter prints – panelled and all consuming, following Agi & Sam’s comparably, colourful pj print party. Sci-fi silvers married fluro pinks and more masculine oranges rendered in sweats and light-as-air zips-throughs. Caj comfort prevailed as …

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LFW Interview: Joseph Turvey - OTW

LFW Interview: Joseph Turvey – OTW

Upon discovering after the show that young designer Joseph Turvey had pretty much just graduated before he found himself showing at London Fashion Week, PN was quite literally gobsmacked. It was a slick show, presenting what was a very exciting collection. Not one to shy away from colour, Turvey sent

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LFW: Baartmans and Siegel

When it comes to understated menswear that is as impeccably and classically cut as it is iconic, we look no further than to the wonderfully friendly and tremendously talented Baartmans and Siegel. For their luxurious AW12 collection, which nods to the late 70s, these two London College of Fashion graduates

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LFW Interview: Shaun Samson

In an exploration of social and anti-social groups through sports teams and urban street vibes, Shaun Samson looks to using traditional sportswear fabrics in unconventional and unexpected ways for AW12. As mesh, sweatshirt fleece, slashed necklines and oversized silhouettes in a neutral palette stormed down the runway, we were stuck

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LFW Interview: Jasper Garvida

LFW Interview: Jasper Garvida

Jasper Garvida has made the transition from avant garde darling (his entire graduate collection was purchased by Nicola Formichetti) to an unapologetically commercial fashion industry player. For AW12 he presented an extensive collection of shirtdresses and separates which, with subtle military influences, brought to mind Yves Saint Laurent’s seventies Safari

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LFW: Ashley Isham

Elegant exuberance were the buzz words that enraptured the crowd at the Old Sorting office, this evening. Ashley Isham showcased evening wear excellence with his lace emblazoned, leather layers – a statement cape, cover-up and a glittery, gold short suit were personal highlights. The cape made a recurring appearance, rendered

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LFW Interview: Georgia Hardinge

LFW: Georgia Hardinge

Overwhelmed by the success of her showcase, Georgina Hardinge was a wanted woman, backstage. Rather than serve an already next lev of stressed woman, an extra dosing of dread, some words on the show.. A primary palette met marble prints and were annexed between ladylike, sheer-sleeved, suit varieties with simultaneous …

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