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Shoot: Say It With Shirts

Slogan t-shirts are back. Not the kind of rubbish ones that you used to get from the high street with misogynistic slogans on the front, but chic ones in luxe fabrics with oblique phrases. Our Fashion Editor Seb Law teamed up with brilliant up-and-coming photographer Nick Shand for this series …

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Brand New Event: Fashion Sunday

On 2nd February, Oval Space will be hosting what will be a unique and recurring event (unique because it will be recurring, of course!) eponymously named Fashion Sunday. Providing a regular platform for brands of all calibres, the occasion aims to combine the hubbub of a sample sales …

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Peter Jensen & Magasin du Nord’s 2013 Award

Danish fashion salon Magasin du Nord will turn 100 in 2013, and while that’s impressive in and of itself, what they’re doing to celebrate is even cooler.  For their 2013 award, which the Magasin du Nord Foundation states “is given to a talented fashion designer who possess a refined sense …

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LFW Interview: Peter Jensen

Boyish shirts, A-line checked coats with velvet collars and nicely proportioned chartreuse chiffon dresses cut at the knee were just a few of the wonderfully wearable and youthful pieces which we wanted to steal off the models during Peter Jensen’s stellar show. Inspired by his achingly ‘chic’ friend and collaborator

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Graduate Fashion Week Day 3- Jade Bianca Anglin

On the third day of our graduate feature we are delighted to share the thoughts of the unique womenswear, Middlesex University graduate Jade Bianca Anglin. Jade currently dwells in East London and has interned with Peter Jensen, Menswear label D.S Dundee and Oliver Knipe. Her label Axel Anglin will be

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Top of the Shops: Labour of Love

Francesca Forcolini’s Upper Street boutique is a “labour of love” for her as a designer and purveyor of hard-to-find gems, with the principle being that “we must like it to sell it.” The result is the Labour of Love own label sold alongside an interesting mix of independent labels, accessories, …

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