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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 …



LFW Interview: Martine Rose

Martine Rose has quickly become one of the London menswear fashion favourites. And we have to say, it is perfectly apparent why. While olive green, bright purple and neon red hair wrapped itself closely around the models’ neck and face, a self-serving scarf if you will, shiny shiny bombers made …



LFW Interview: Matthew Miller

It’s a credit to Matthew Miller that, despite his show being the last Somerset House presentation of London Fashion Week AW12, it was still rapturously received by exhausted showgoers. Featuring the innovative digital prints that are fast becoming his trademark, Miller sought to explore the tension between man -made environments


LFW: Asger Juel Larsen

LFW Interview: Asger Juel Larsen

Being long time fans of both Asger Juel Larsen and T.Lipop and all, Planet Notion were like totally cheesin’ that the Selfridges christened Bright Young Things would be showing together/”verses” this season. Well, it is PN’s last show of fashion week. We’re tired. We’re weak. We’re surprisingly still talking to


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 …


LFW Interview: Gieves & Hawkes

LFW Interview: Gieves & Hawkes

The pre-eminent, English tailoring mavericks sit comfortably at number one on the UK’s most sought-after spots for gentlemanly goods; none other than Saville Row. And with good reason, their innately classic but inquisitively innovative suits and scarves have been serving the country (literally – their first clients were British Army



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 …


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




Frank Philips is the young lady behind exciting new menswear label, TOBEFRANK. Showing for the first time at London Fashion Week, her debut collection was all about reinventing the original gentleman. Inspired by both the working and the business man, the collection fused working class with upper class style wonderfully


LFW Interview: Julian Zigerli - OTW

LFW Interview: Julian Zigerli – OTW

Another of the new kids on the block, showing as part of the Ones To Watch platform is Julian Zigerli. Hailing originally from Switzerland, Zigerli has been busy constructing his garments using innovative Swiss textiles, and how very innovative it all was. The idea of each outfit was meticulously carried