Roberta Einer´s Mediterrannean melancholy

Talented young designer Roberta Einer has been the "One to Watch" since called so by NEWGEN in December 2015. Her newest collection for Autumn/Winter 2017/18 proves that she has a lot to offer. Always inspired by a certain place, this season she travels to Mediterranean in winter. Portuguese poster art and Fado music, alongside Art Deco... Continue Reading →

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Haizhen Wang in Transit

Haizhen Wang is a London-based designer of Chinese descent, known for his avant-garde, modernist approach to elegance. Having graduated from Central Saint Martin´s in 2005, his origin has helped him to establish his brand globally in both Europe and Asia. With his artisanal approach to the design process, inspired by architecture the result is masculine... Continue Reading →

You Say You Want a Revolution…

...Well, you know, we all want to change the world. (The Beatles, Revolution, 1968) Records and Rebels 1966 - 1970 exhibition at V&A looks at different aspects of the time that affected the counterculture of the 60s in the UK and the USA. Armed with a set of headphones, that change the tune automatically as you... Continue Reading →

English Medieval Embroidery at V&A

As embroidery is currently back in fashion, it is very interesting to see what were the tendencies some centuries ago. The Medieval embroidery exhibition at V&A looks closely at the old masterpieces, skillfully crafted to tiny details, hundreds of years ago. It is rather remarkable how intricate handwork this is - so much that one may... Continue Reading →

The Vulgar

Vulgarity is a word usually associated with negative connotations. Hence I was very curious to see what "The Vulgar" fashion exhibition at Barbican Art Gallery is all about. It was much more than the common meaning of this word - the curator was pushing boundaries and exploring the wider concept and background of what has been considered... Continue Reading →

Roberta Einer´s Tropical Greenhouse

Roberta Einer´s  LFW presentation went on a stroll around a wild grown greenhouse with very well dressed models roaming about. Each of Roberta´s collections is like an experience of its own, with the presentation set to benefit to the overall impression. It has definitely grown from last season. This time she took us on a... Continue Reading →

Angel Chen´s Chinese fairy tale

Angel Chen was named as "Ones to Watch" by Fashion Scout in 2015. Her latest collection based on ancient book "Shan Hai Jin", a historic text depicting various stories of monsters from land and sea, truly proved the statement to be true. The audience is held in suspense even before the start of the show,... Continue Reading →

3-D Shape experiments at LFW

London Fashion Week started off with the Swedish School of Textiles Graduate Show. A model emerged from underneath the draperies decorating the wall, wrapping it around like a dress and starting to walk off on to the catwalk. Surprising with rather large 3-dimensional designs in unexpected fabrics and shapes the graduates´ collections offered an  experimental and occasionally... Continue Reading →

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