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Oliver Sweeney release their statement new range of shoes

Oliver Sweeney’s new range of trainer’s see them experiment with materials from different industries, in order to create styles that make strong, bold statements. Each style is always hand crafted with fine details and intricacy that Sweeney is renowned for.

The Fontes has a real street wear vibe. After …


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News: Animal Print @ JD

For those of us without A.P.C budgets, JD exclusive brands Brookhaven and Sonneti have come to the rescue with their trend-inspired SS13 collections. Artfully combining functionality and comfort with the latest styles, the street-smart lines have consistently delivered on their promise to bring high street shoppers the latest in fashion. …




If you’re stuck for wardrobe inspiration this autumn/winter, have a sneak peak at the new collection from the audacious t-shirt brand WAFFLESNCREAM. Moving away from its previous collection which focused very much on making a statement by using a mixture of leopard, houndstooth and zebra prints, the brand has …


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Sister By Sibling and W London collaborate for LFW

With LFW just around the corner, emerging label Sister by Sibling have paired up with W London Leicester Square to create a bespoke leopard print graphic t-shirt. Sister by Sibling use a lot of animal print in their collections to celebrate England’s punk heritage, but because the pattern is pink, …


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LFW Interview: Elisa Palomino

Kicking off day two in the regal setting of Freemasons Hall was the blissfully eccentric Elisa Palamino. For AW12/13 the breathtakingly talented designer was inspired by a book of poems created by the dazzling painter, designer and writer Florine Stettheimer who together with her two exotically fashionable sisters reigned over



LFW: Clements Ribeiro

With a mix of patterns on the invite mixing leopard-print and a Rococo
anaglypta-style floral, Clements Ribeiro was all about the statement print.
Unlike previous seasons, Clements eschewed the bright colours (save for a
bold shot of cobalt blue on occasion) in favour of this somewhat gaudy
fabric. The below-the-knee …


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The Hautelist #4: Tights

Last week was all about the boys, but this week I’m back on home ground with tights. Along with big knits, soup and hot chocolate, tights are one of the few things I like about winter. Since leaving school and moving on from the regulatory navy, black, grey and (can …



Multi-leopard-ing: Not for the faint-hearted

As a child of the ‘80’s I still remember when leopard print was considered risqué; the reserve of sluts and the ‘older’ woman, and trademark of that barmaid off Corrie.  Wearing leopard print used to mean taking a sartorial risk – even making a social statement.  The simple fact was …



OMG: SHOES! Battant put the boot in

On the left is our friend Joel, one half of pan-European indie-band Battant.

He claims to dislike fashion and all it stands for, but this photograph of his feet (below) begs to differ. These vulgar and wonderful pony-skin desert boots from Acne’s SS10 collection are still in stores …