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News: Sophia Webster online launch

For those of us in love with the whimsical world of Sophia Webster, I come bearing good news! The much-celebrated British designer – who acted as Nicholas Kirkwood‘s design assistant for two years - has just launched a brand new website offering online shopping and international shipping of …



The Quiet Revolution: Single sole shoes are back

Designers have written a new manifesto of elegance for spring. This brand new vision of the future is a statement in understatement, and the single sole pump is the silent killer to nail the trend, says Rena Niamh Smith.

Browse street style snaps of the very fashion forward in the …



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, …


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News: The Land of Oz comes to LFW

Right in the middle of the madness of LFW, tucked away in the BFC space at Somerset House we were treated to a viewing of the costumes for upcoming film ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’. Some of the stand out pieces from the film, including those worn by leads Rachel …


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The Hautelist #11 — Floral Shoes

When it comes to shoes there’s no denying that chunky, clompy, and colour-pop are the prevailing trends of the moment.  However, Nicholas Kirkwood’s classic, feminine, slender-heeled rose print platform courts have broken free and captured everyone’s hearts.  What’s more, they’ve sparked a floral footwear frenzy – here are our favourites.…


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LFW: When Kirkwood met Rodarte

A lot of designers say that working to a tight brief helps them get creative. Well it certainly seems to work for Nicholas Kirkwood. His collection for Rodarte’s runway saw totem-like carved wooden heels with embossed leather and blue and white ceramic prints. In an oddly Autumnal collection (considering it’s …