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Report: London Fashion Week Day 2

Having day one of LFW overcome by torrential rain, day two was somewhat more pleasant with brollies clearly absent, giving the FROW a reason to don their best gladrags sans the waterproofs. Kicking off in the basement studio at Somerset House, Antipodium introduced the first siting of applique that I’ve seen so far this season, atop fresh hues of baby pink suede coats but contrasted with vibrant checks and what one editor mentioned to me as “Star Trek Chic”; what seemed to be voile but overlayed with a metallic sheen.



LFW AW13 Report: Day 3

Header (Left-Right): Temperley, Mark Fast, Holly Fulton.

Sunday should be the day of rest, but there is no rest for the wicked, or those at LFW it would seem. The middle day is always the hardest. Bleary eyed from too much partying on Saturday night and weary footed from ill-advised, …



LFW AW13: Mark Fast Backstage

This season at #LFW, we decided to bring you a view of the shows that you can’t find anywhere else, a view from backstage that intimately reveals the process of creating a catwalk show, as well as allowing our talented photographers to flex their creative muscle a little more. Here, …



Mark Fast at Jonathan Aston exclusively for Selfridges

Fast at Jonathan Aston is the collaboration between Canadian knitwear designer Mark Fast and the hosiery pros at Jonathan Aston. The collection combines four different themes and comes in black and a range of bright, summery colours.

Jonathan Aston have been around forever, you just ask your mother! In the …



LFW: Mark Fast

Rumours fluttered around the courtyard queues on entry to Mark Fast and it wasn’t long before the press lounge was hyped on the unconfirmed, Kanyay FROW hysteria. We can confirm, he was there, sitting pretty, alongside pop-starlet (and one-time, Notion cover girl) Nicola Roberts, in all his Fast-fan, fashion. We



LFW: Mark Fast – Show Report

Mark Fast’s SS12 collection found its origins in a desert island aesthetic. Pieces designed for the tropics, we were to be figuratively transported to white beaches, heady summer storms and rolling waves. How very original for a Spring Summer collection.  The show began with those signature knit dresses. All very …



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 …


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LFW: Mark Fast Catwalk Show

Mark Fast played it safe at this year’s LFW. With a collection almost entirely in black, and stick-thin models, the controversy (and media swarm) of his plus-size models in the previous catwalk is clearly over. Bodycon shapes, thin straps and lace cutouts were all over Fast’s show, unfortunately this signature …