LFW Rocky Star AW18/19 – Urban Nomad

Rocky Star is the fashion design superstar from India, having worked with the film stars from Bollywood to Hollywood and many private clients in between. He has allegedly styled and designer for over 300 movies. Although based in India, the brand has showcased at the London Fashion Week for several years now, having gained a faithful... Continue Reading →


LFW Marta Jakubowski AW18/19 – The power woman

Marta Jakubowski´s latest collection is an ode to her childhood power woman of the late 80s/early 90s, dedicated to her late mother. Clear, bright colours - rather reoccurring in Jakubowski´s work - were prevalent, while the trip down the memory lane encountered a few Cher Horowitz´ copycats in vibrant tartan suits. The collection featured several frilly... Continue Reading →

LFW Westminster Uni BA – Paolo Carzana

University of Westminster BA Fashion show during London Fashion Week was full of youthful inspiration and fresh, slightly crazy ideas - some more wearable than others. Who really stood out from the group was the talented graduate Paolo Carzana, who I had the chance to work with for his graduate collection. His collection "The Boy... Continue Reading →

LFW Ashley Williams AW18/19 – Don´t Know Don´t Care

Ashley Williams - the brand known for epitomising the London cool - has taken the new collection to the countryside,  escaping the city, civilization and the technology. Wandering around the monolith-lined runway, the models´ appearance change from the sexy urban witch in a sheer lace dress to the nomadic druid festivalgoer in colourful animal print motifs and back to the ´80s... Continue Reading →

Manolo Blahnik´s Art of Shoes in Prague

Kampa Museum in Prague is currently hosting the touring exhibition by the well-known master of shoes - Manolo Blahnik. Manolo Blahnik: The Art of Shoes is an intimate retrospective spanning 45 years dedicated to work of the Spanish designer, one of the most influential figures in contemporary fashion, whose inventiveness and superb craft has managed to cross boundaries... Continue Reading →

Eat Me!

Trapholt Modern Art and Design Museum is located just on the outskirts of the little town of Kolding, in Southern Denmark on the mainland of Jutland. It is one of the largest and most popular museums in Denmark, outside of Copenhagen and Aarhus. Eat Me - says the name of the exhibition and with many items... Continue Reading →

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