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#LFW AW14: Backstage at Marques’ Almeida

It’s 7.30am, the sun is (reluctantly) shining, and I (even more reluctantly) got out of bed before it rose. However, the walk across the bridge from St Paul’s to Tate Modern is beautiful enough to remind myself that this is worth the early wake up call.

Held in the Topshop …



Lacoste launch their new range of footwear

When it comes to footwear, it is a human right to have good fitting, durable and stylish shoes. The new Lacoste Esential Design (L.E.D) encompasses all of this, plus a tactile mix of materials including soft leathers, plush suedes and hand-stictched details. The new range includes a luxurious use of …


The Fortune Of Loss: Fashion shoot.

‘The Fortune of Loss’ is shot by photography Adam Fussell, styled by Oliver Vaughn, Hair & Makeup by Yusra Uney and modelled by Anna @ Elite.

Dress – Hasan Hejazi (Archive)

Gorilla Coat – Katrina Ferrari, Dress – Beyond Retro, Belt – Joanne Hynes

Faux Fur Coat – Michael Kors, 


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 Street Style: Day #1 – Women

Bejeweled Jeffrey Campbell ‘Lita’ boots.

Camille shows how mixing designer and high street is the way forward- Topshop coat and jumper, chiffon Zara trousers and shoes, Prada handbag.

Blondie – Topshop coat and trousers, Chanel bag, Aldo shoes.

Words and Photos – Makeda Matheson…



Favourite Forties

The stylish Laura Peebles is back! This time with some help for those struggling with what look to go for this autumn.

High glamour, perfect pouts and appropriate hemlines. It could only be the Forties. An era which has been enjoying something of a revival of late. And this is …



LFW: James Long

James Long’s paint-splattered collection was one of the most outstanding
collections of menswear day last year, but this year he, like fellow cohort
JW Anderson, went in a slightly more mature direction. He teased out the
woollen jumpers of last season (literally and metaphorically) into a full
collection of soft …



LFW: Mark Fast

Infamous for his use of plus-size (in this case, we’re talking size 10,
rather than size 4) models, rather than his clothes per se, Mark Fast’s
collection continued to evolve his signature look of wool with cutaways.
Showcasing everything from cosy architectural coats to barely there teased
woollen dresses, Fast’s …



LFW: Todd Lynn

In case our Tweets had escaped your notice, it’s bloody freezing at LFW this
season. The cold waits outside of shows (alas we do not get whisked straight
in – slebs we ain’t) and a bitter breeze have taken effect on the
fashionisti of Somerset House, and we’re all covering …



LFW: David Koma

We don’t have a lot in common with Cheryl Cole at Notion, but we do both
love a bit of David Koma. The Georgian designer’s glamorous dresses have
long been appreciated in our offices, and his show is one of those catwalks
that we always look forward to. This season …