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London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Eun Jeong (by Georgia)

In the Covent Garden Piazza, Fashion Fringe winner Eun Jeong put on an intimate insight into her romantic and somewhat British vision for Autumn/Winter 2011. And it was my right cup of English tea.

Written by Georgia Takacs

Illustration by Jenny Robins I remember blogging about Eun Jeong eons ago, drugs enticed by her pretty minimalism with a crisp all-white palette one season. For me, web she most […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Bora Aksu (by Georgia)

A hot ticket at London Fashion Week, Bora Aksu didn’t waver on his genius with impressive sartorial skill, powerful dresses and a star-studded front row! With illustrations by Jenny Robins and Joe Turvey

Written by Georgia Takacs

Illustration by Gilly Rochester It was Day 1 at Somerset House and I was surrounded by all those fashion bigwigs at Caroline Charles; sure to have just flown in first-class […]

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Phoebe English: London Fashion Week A/W 2012 Catwalk Review

Central Saint Martins graduate and Merit Award winner Phoebe English showed her A/W 2012 collection on Friday 17th February. With latex, bursts of pink, and a continuation of her now signature craft for texture and construction, it made for a very worthy first solo show.

Written by Miranda Williams

Phoebe English by Gaarte For S/S 2012, Phoebe English’s MA collection was a range of subtle body-con dresses in a neutral palette of white, cream and black. There was a […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2012 Catwalk Review: Michael Van Der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham, the boy who's ever-obsessed with collaging, has taken a strategic turn in his design ethic, much to the fashion world's approval. And mine. I'll take it all, please. Held at the Topshop Venue on Monday 19th September.

Written by Georgia Takacs

Michael van der Ham S/S 2012 by Joe Turvey You can tell that Michael has fun with his designs; much like, troche say, fellow Newgen designers Louise Gray and Meadham […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Caroline Charles

A long overdue review of Caroline Charles' womenswear show at Somerset House - but with fabulous illustrations by Gilly Rochester and Maria Papadimitriou! Enjoy!

Written by Georgia Takacs

Illustration by Gilly Rochester It was Day 1 at Somerset House and I was surrounded by all those fashion bigwigs at Caroline Charles; sure to have just flown in first-class […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Menswear Day Catwalk Review: Cassette Playa (by Amelia)

Front row seats came with a free Barbie Sweet Talkin' Ken Doll. Nothing understated about Carri Munden's comeback show as Cassette Playa then. At Somerset House on Wednesday 23rd February 2011.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Gilly Rochester It was Day 1 at Somerset House and I was surrounded by all those fashion bigwigs, buy sure to have just flown in first-class from the […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Menswear Day Catwalk Review: D.GNAK by KANG.D

Korean-based label D.GNAK (from designer Dong Jun Kang) return after an exciting debut last season. If it's good enough for Paul Weller, it's good enough for me. Illustrations by Joana Faria, Oliver John Quinn and Rob Wallace!

Written by Matt Bramford

Illustration by Romain Lambert-Louis It’s good thing it’s starting to feel like spring outside, rx as listening to Lulu and the Lampshades in the dead of winter strikes me as […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Osman (by Naomi)

Osman displays his unique ability to make bold, bright colours look sophisticated… and then totally ruins it by using fur. Illustrations by Kerri-Ann Hulme, Madi Illustrates, Rachel Lewis, Antonia Parker, Alexandra Rolfe and Donya Todd!

Written by Naomi Law

Illustration by Jenny Robins I remember blogging about Eun Jeong eons ago, order enticed by her pretty minimalism with a crisp all-white palette one season. For me, sickness she most […]

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London Fashion Week A/W 2011, Catwalk Review: Fashion Mode No.2 James Hillman (by Helen)

In the second of my Fashion Mode Show reports, it's all about the men. James Hillman shows the audience at Fashion Scout; sharp suited men, dressed exclusively in black - the colour of crude oil.

Written by Helen Martin

Bora Aksu A/W 2011 by Amelia Gregory Bora Aksu A/W 2011 by Danielle Shepherd. Bora Aksu is one of the most unassuming and down to earth men I’ve ever met, […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Bora Aksu (by Amelia)

Bora Aksu was back in the BFC tent at Somerset House on Friday 18th February. Inspired by Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, he showed a supremely confident collection that had the collective Amelia's Mag team a-drooling.

Written by Amelia Gregory

W 2011-W 2011-IMG_4205 LFW A/W 2011, mind Florian Jayet. Illustration by Alison Day I spent London Fashion Week staying at my parent’s house. My childhood home with a new kitchen, […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Paul Costelloe (by Jemma)

The veteran designer opened London Fashion Week for his 10th year in a row with all his family in tow at Somerset House Catwalk Space on Friday 18th February.

Written by Jemma Crow

Illustration by Jaymie O’ Callaghan He’s the long-standing fashion designer that, information pills website despite his teeny tiny height, shop you could spot a mile away. Much like his clothes, really. A spot-on […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: John Rocha

Gracious little John Rocha did it again with an (almost) all-black array of giant texture, delectable splashes of bright red and head pieces that made me wonder how the models stayed upright!Illustrations by Jaymie O'Callaghan and Mina Bach.

Written by Georgia Takacs

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA Illustration by Mina Bach If I could taste something as delish for the mouth as Elliott J. Frieze is for the eyes, pill I’d eat it […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Elliott J. Frieze

One of my new LFW favourites. With stunning tailored cuts from the finest of Textiles from Yorkshire, Elliott J. Frieze created a strong and sexy look that had me wishing for more.Illustrations by Mina Bach, Natsuki Otani and Kerriann Hulme

Written by Georgia Takacs

Anja Maklar by Madi Ones to Watch is always one of my favourite parts of London Fashion Week, viagra four fresh designers, more about one after another and always packed […]

Deptford’s Core Gallery creates artists’ support network with DIY Educate

After the safety of school, facing the real world can make artists feel a bit lost - this is why the working artists at the Core Gallery started ‘DIY Educate’. Starting from Saturday 26th February, there will be workshops, critiques and lectures to help with the practical aspects of art life.

Written by Jessica Furseth

Illustration by Jenny Robins So I’m a big fan of Bora Aksu. He’s one of those London Fashion Week underdogs that just has that extra WOW-factor and his show always […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Presentation Review: Ascher Scarves

Iconic scarf label Ascher, famed for its work with the likes of Christian Dior and Hubert de Givenchy, returns after a thirty year hiatus, featuring designs inspired by the company's illustrious history

Written by Naomi Law

Prangsta, ailment illustrated by Joana Faria Now, ask here’s a treat. Hopefully you caught Georgia Takacs’ wonderful insight into the awe-inspiring world of Prangsta Costumiers last week: the celebrated (if […]

Prangsta Costumiers – In Pictures

We take a deeper look inside the world of Prangsta Costumiers with the help of a recent shoot and our lovely illustrators…

Written by Matt Bramford

large_Caitlin_Rose Illustrations by Emma Black In a genre steeped in tradition, seek Caitlin Rose springs forth like a breath of fresh air. Stripped down to the sweetest bare essentials, her […]

Alexander McQueen: Genius of a Generation Book Launch

Florence Massey speaks to Kristin Knox, author of a new book which pays tribute to the late Alexander McQueen, at the signing at Material bookstore, Kingly Court

Written by Florence Massey

Exploring the primitive need for belief systems in an increasingly confusing world, viagra and Culross based artist Mike Inglis presents Transmit: a series of stark, decease graphic and narrative based […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Presentation Review: Cooperative Designs (by Amelia)

Cooperative Designs create amazing knitwear for real women. Their new It's Alright collection for A/W 2011 was a rave inspired stunner, shown in the vaults of the RSA.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Oliver John Quinn After hanging out with contributor Nick for lunch during Menswear Day, information pills I hot-footed it up to Vauxhall Fashion Scout to check out D.GNAK‘s […]

Beat the Champ by Cory Arcangel at The Curve, Barbican

We were bowled over by the latest large scale installation from the Brooklyn digital artist Cory Arcangel.

Written by Eleanor Whalley

Illustration by Oliver John Quinn After hanging out with contributor Nick for lunch during Menswear Day, information pills I hot-footed it up to Vauxhall Fashion Scout to check out D.GNAK‘s […]

Album Review: Mamuthones by Mamuthones

Italian psych pop hero Alessio Gastaldello goes solo – with terrifying results!

Written by Rob Harris

Illustration by Bryony Crane From Bernard Chandran’s glorious and vibrant show at The Show Space, malady no rx it was a mere moment to hot-foot it around the corner to […]


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