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A live shoot with photographer Ellis Scott

Fashion photographer Ellis Scott hosted a live shoot at the Spot Communications pop-up showroom last week, and here are the results…!

Written by Matt Bramford

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, prostate naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee. Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

I love Louise Gray – I love how her stalls in the New Gen exhibition section start off almost bare and before you know are infected with riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations take their place. For SS10 Gray presented both women and menswear occupying a small vault in Fashion East’s installation spaces. I am more than excited for her SS11 Catwalk Show.

Holly Fulton sharing a catwalk at … with David Koma, a designer Amelia’s Magazine was privy to his first two seasons presenting off schedule at ones to watch. (see previous coverage here and here)

Fashion East

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

For the last ten years Fashion East has been more than reliable at spotting and supporting graduates who go on to become ‘the’ sought-after designers. This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Fashion East introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

What makes Fashion East one of the exciting catwalks to watch is the constant reinventing of what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception – Heikki presents the tomboy, dressed in black cob webbed boots, this is potentially for those fans of Janey from MTV’s hit tv series Daria. Felcity Brown’s delectable designs are lessons in the romantic and Simone Rocha’s so far have been structured modernity embellished with playful headgear.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, price naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, pilule and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee. Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’sexhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season. The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art. The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

For the last ten years Fashion East has been more than reliable at spotting and supporting graduates who go on to become ‘the’ sought-after designers. This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Fashion East introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent ideas of what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception – For a/w 2010 Heikki presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria. Felcity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry. In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, website naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’sexhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

For the last ten years Fashion East has been more than reliable at spotting and supporting graduates who go on to become ‘the’ sought-after designers.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Fashion East introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent ideas of what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception – For a/w 2010 Heikki presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria. Felcity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry. In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, troche naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, capsule and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, order holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’s exhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

For ten incredible years Fashion East has been more than reliable at spotting and supporting graduates who go on to become ‘the’ sought-after designers.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

For a/w 2010 Heikki presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria. Felcity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry. In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, visit this site naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’s exhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

For ten incredible years Fashion East has been more than reliable at spotting and supporting graduates who go on to become ‘the’ sought-after designers.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

For a/w 2010 Heikki presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, viagra naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, ampoule and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’s exhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

For ten incredible years Fashion East has been more than reliable at spotting and supporting graduates who go on to become ‘the’ sought-after designers.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, pills naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, website like this and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’s exhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, adiposity naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, look and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, visit this site holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’s exhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, viagra dosage naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’s exhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, order naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, case and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, store holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Haam’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Haam is presenting at ….

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’s exhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, ampoule naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael Van Der Ham’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Ham is presenting at ….

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’s exhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

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Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

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This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, cost naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, pills and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshal

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, pilule holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

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Michael Van Der Ham’s Andy Warhol inspired designs influence were easily spotted in some of this year’s MA crop. For SS 11 Van Der Ham is presenting at ….

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray’s exhibition stalls as a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship and are delighted by her presence on the catwalk this season.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

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This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, stuff naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, for sale and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, dosage holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

A Louise Gray exhibition begins life at London Fashion Week almost completely bare, before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the space.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

Amelia’s Magazine’s are delighted by Gray’s decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

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This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, what is ed naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, recipe and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, viagra 100mg holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection as a 3D collage, in which multiple fashion references were made. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray. As a recipient of NewGen Sponsorship Gray’s exhibition stalls have always been one of our first port of calls and we are delighted by her presence on the catwalk for s/s 2011.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

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This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, click naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, in which multiple fashion references were made. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray. A recipient of NewGen Exhibition Sponsorship Gray’s stalls are always a port of call and we are delighted by her decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

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This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, for sale naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

A Louise Gray exhibition begins life at London Fashion Week almost completely bare, before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the space.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

A recipient of NewGen Exhibition Sponsorship Gray’s stalls are always a port of call and we are delighted by her decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

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This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, viagra buy naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, mind and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, on which in the contrast of colours, fabrics and textures multiple fashion references were stated. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray. A recipient of NewGen Exhibition Sponsorship Gray’s stalls are always a port of call and we are delighted by her decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, abortion naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, web and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray. A recipient of NewGen Exhibition Sponsorship Gray’s stalls are always a port of call and we are delighted by her decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

The Louise Gray exhibition space starts bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the room. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

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This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, malady naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, sales and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, order holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

A Louise Gray exhibition begins life at London Fashion Week almost completely bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the space. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

A recipient of NewGen Exhibition Sponsorship Gray’s stalls are always a port of call and we are delighted by her decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, drug naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

Amelia’s Magazine loves Louise Gray. A Gray exhibition begins life at London Fashion Week almost completely bare before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the space. For SS10 Gray also presented in a small vault as part of Fashion East’s first menswear installation.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

A recipient of NewGen Exhibition Sponsorship Gray’s stalls are always a port of call and we are delighted by her decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton will share a catwalk with David Koma. Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, after her successful solo a/w 10 collection which interspersed her monochromatic colour palate with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The structure of the clothes referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found themselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, approved naming the designers you should firmly be keeping your eyes on.

First up we have a selection of designers who are recent additions to the main schedule, order and the ones we will be following throughout fashion week.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, about it holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

A Louise Gray exhibition begins life at London Fashion Week almost completely bare, before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the space.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

Amelia’s Magazine’s are delighted by Gray’s decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton and David Koma. will share a catwalk, Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton first blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, before launching her successful solo a/w 10 collection at London Fashion Week in February 2010. Fulton’s monochromatic colour palate was interspersed with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The clothes structure referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found ourselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters the courtyard of Somerset House for its third season. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, healing naming the designers to firmly keep your eyes on.

For our first preview we have selected designers who have been showing solo for less than six seasons and have already caused quite a stir within the fashion industry.

Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall – dark bold shapes, holding the tickets in our hands to HM’s SS10 collection (September 09) my colleague and I could barely contain our glee.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Sitting down in the old post office building in Holborn Hannah’s models stalked through the space the inky blue errevensent in the dim lighting. AW 10 saw …. and …

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

A Louise Gray exhibition begins life at London Fashion Week almost completely bare, before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the space.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

Amelia’s Magazine’s are delighted by Gray’s decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton and David Koma. will share a catwalk, Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton first blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, before launching her successful solo a/w 10 collection at London Fashion Week in February 2010. Fulton’s monochromatic colour palate was interspersed with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The clothes structure referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found ourselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters the courtyard of Somerset House for its third season. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, decease naming the designers to firmly keep your eyes on.

For our first preview we have selected designers who have been showing solo for less than six seasons and have already caused quite a stir within the fashion industry.

Hannah Marshall

You may already be aware of Hannah Marshall’s darkly bold shapes without being aware that you are watching a Hannah Marshall in Florence and the Machine’s music video: The Drumming Song. As an introduction it does not prepare you for the exquisite inkiness of Marshall’s colour palate or embrace of the female figure her clothes propose.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Watching her s/s 2010 show in an old post office building in Holborn, medications was breathtaking. As the models stalked through the space, the inky blue effervesced in the dim lighting. Marshall’s a/w 2010 named ‘An Army of Me’ was a continuation of stark cuts along the shoulders, waists enhanced or lost by the cut of jacket alongside bodycon dresses produced in luscious velvet.

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

A Louise Gray exhibition begins life at London Fashion Week almost completely bare, before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the space.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

Amelia’s Magazine’s are delighted by Gray’s decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton and David Koma. will share a catwalk, Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton first blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, before launching her successful solo a/w 10 collection at London Fashion Week in February 2010. Fulton’s monochromatic colour palate was interspersed with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The clothes structure referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found ourselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters the courtyard of Somerset House for its third season. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, symptoms naming the designers to firmly keep your eyes on.

For our first preview we have selected designers who have been showing solo for less than six seasons and have already caused quite a stir within the fashion industry.

Hannah Marshall

You may already be aware of Hannah Marshall’s darkly bold shapes without being aware that you are watching a Hannah Marshall in Florence and the Machine’s music video: The Drumming Song. As an introduction it does not prepare you for the exquisite inkiness of Marshall’s colour palate or embrace of the female figure her clothes propose.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Watching her s/s 2010 show in an old post office building in Holborn, medical was breathtaking. As the models stalked through the space, pilule the inky blue effervesced in the dim lighting. Marshall’s a/w 2010 named ‘An Army of Me’ was a continuation of stark cuts along the shoulders, waists enhanced or lost by the cut of jacket alongside bodycon dresses produced in luscious velvet.

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou has been experimenting with the boundary pushing possibilities of digital print since her a/w show 2009. The occasional harshness of the prints are softened through Katrantzou’s application of the technique to silk.

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

The collections are a celebration of the decorative and her clothes are littered with references to the excess of the Baroque or the Rocco periods of art and architectural history. Do not confuse these prints as a gimmick, Katrantzou’s interest spreads to the cut of the dress, producing a series of structural tailoring which serve embellish the texture of her designs from short frocks to elegant gowns. Amelia’s Magazine welcomes the break from the increasing dominance of minimalism.

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

A Louise Gray exhibition begins life at London Fashion Week almost completely bare, before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the space.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

Amelia’s Magazine’s are delighted by Gray’s decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton and David Koma. will share a catwalk, Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton first blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, before launching her successful solo a/w 10 collection at London Fashion Week in February 2010. Fulton’s monochromatic colour palate was interspersed with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The clothes structure referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found ourselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.

[insert header by katie harnett]

This September London Fashion Week enters the courtyard of Somerset House for its third season. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both the on and off schedules, buy information pills naming the designers to firmly keep your eyes on.

For our first preview we have selected designers who have been showing solo for less than six seasons and have already caused quite a stir within the fashion industry.

Hannah Marshall

You may already be aware of Hannah Marshall’s darkly bold shapes without being aware that you are watching a Hannah Marshall in Florence and the Machine’s music video: The Drumming Song. As an introduction it does not prepare you for the exquisite inkiness of Marshall’s colour palate or embrace of the female figure her clothes propose.

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law

Watching her s/s 2010 show in an old post office building in Holborn, about it was breathtaking. As the models stalked through the space, the inky blue effervesced in the dim lighting. Marshall’s a/w 2010 named ‘An Army of Me’ was a continuation of stark cuts along the shoulders, waists enhanced or lost by the cut of jacket alongside bodycon dresses produced in luscious velvet.

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou has been experimenting with the boundary pushing possibilities of digital print since her a/w show 2009. The occasional harshness of the prints are softened through Katrantzou’s application of the technique to silk.

Mary Katrantzou by Meeralee

The collections are a celebration of the decorative and her clothes are littered with references to the excess of the Baroque or the Rocco periods of art and architectural history.

However it would be a mistake to confuse these prints as a gimmick, Katrantzou’s interest spreads to the cut of the dress, producing a series of structural tailoring which serve embellish the texture of her designs from short frocks to elegant gowns. Amelia’s Magazine welcomes the break from the increasing dominance of minimalism.

Michael van der Ham

Michael Van Der Ham’s described his a/w 2010 collection of dresses as 3D collages, through which multiple fashion references were stated by an insatiable contrast of colours, fabrics and textures. During graduate season earlier this year his design influence could be felt across the catwalks. What will s/s 2011 bring for van der Haam?

Michael van der Ham by Lulu Biazus

Louise Gray

A Louise Gray exhibition begins life at London Fashion Week almost completely bare, before exploding in riotious colour as the exquisite detritus from her presentations fill the space.

Louise Gray by Jessica Stokes

Amelia’s Magazine’s are delighted by Gray’s decision to stage the collection on a catwalk for s/s 2011.

David Koma and Holly Fulton

For s/s 2010 Holly Fulton and David Koma. will share a catwalk, Amelia’s Magazine have been watching Koma since his debut as Fashion Scout’s merit winner a year ago this September.

[insert Koma illustration here]

Holly Fulton first blasted onto the scene as part of Fashion East for two seasons, before launching her successful solo a/w 10 collection at London Fashion Week in February 2010. Fulton’s monochromatic colour palate was interspersed with a healthy dose of pop art.

Holly Fulton by Francesca Bourne

The clothes structure referenced the Fulton’s interest in off duty/on duty French daywear crossed with the elegance of Dr Zavargo. Amelia’s Magazine found ourselves bewitched by the bold graphic prints bordering on the illustrative that adorned the collection.

Fashion East

For ten incredible years Fashion East have been at the forefront of spotting and supporting graduates who develop into ‘the’ sought-after designers of our generation.

Heikki by Gemma Randall

This year’s crop are as delectable as ever as Lulu Kennedy introduces Saint Martins MA graduate Simone Rocha and fellow Royal College Graduates Felicity Brown and Heikki Salone.

The excitement of a Fashion East catwalk lies in their ability to reinvent what it is to be feminine and this season is no exception.

For a/w 2010 Heikki Salone presented the tomboy, dressed in black cobwebbed knitwear, that you would wear until it crumbles finished with DM boots. A look -potentially- for fans of Janey from MTV’s hit TV series Daria.

Felicity Brown and Simone Rocha by Gareth A Hopkins

Felicity Brown’s delectable designs are a lesson in vibrant romanticism, a feat not surprising considering her training at Alberta Ferretti, Loewe Lanvin and Mulberry.

In contrast Simone Rocha’s monochrome MA collection displayed structured modern cuts interspersed with a playful nod towards femininity by her inclusion of netted fuchsia headpieces.

Amelia’s Magazine wait with baited breath to see all of the aforementioned designers collections for s/s 2011.


Ellis Scott, viagra dosage illustrated by Jess Stokes

So, if the last few days are anything to go by, it seems we won’t be getting the long hot summer we were promised, and we can kiss the few rays of sunshine we did get goodbye.

I do love the rain, and the winter, particularly winter fashion. It’s just such a shame that rain and wind is not conducive to looking good when getting your picture taken, which is exactly what I did the other night.


A selection of the images, © Ellis Scott

Ellis Scott is a fashion photographer who has quickly risen up the ranks. He’s already shot for the likes of Alexander McQueen, Gareth Pugh, Dazed and Confused and Vice Magazine. I went along to his live shoot at the SPOT’s pop-up showspace in Knightsbridge, with Amelia’s Magazine illustrator Naomi Law and the other half. We were soaked, and it was bloody awful getting there. Needless to say, we eventually did get there and the space was great – packed with installations by different fashion designers (some I’d heard of, some I hadn’t) and a pop-up studio set up towards the back of the room. An eclectic selection of popular music including Rihanna and Flo Rida boomed from a stereo and it was a struggle to prevent myself from grinding my way in.

Luckily there were mirrors and we had a beer whilst trying to dry out. In the meantime, we watched Ellis photograph some of his subjects – it seemed easy enough – sit down for 30 seconds, the light flashes, and you come away with a decent portrait of yourself. Naomi and the other half went first, with great results – Naomi smouldered as she always does, and Gavin turned out blue – a mistake, I imagine, but a good one.


Me, Naomi and Gavin

So it was my turn. I bloody hate having my picture taken, but I stepped up anyway. It was all over in seconds, and the result I was fairly pleased with (which is rare). I know what you’re thinking, and the answer is yes – i was going for the rabbit-in-the-headlights look populised in Vogue in the early 1990s. Honestly, I was. The shots were then photographed quickly to be hosted on Spot’s Twitter feed, and then displayed on the wall side by side.





The shoot was the focal point of the project, but the surrounding instllations were a treat. Alex Mullins, recent Saint Martins’ graduate (who we featured, photographed and illustrated here) had transformed the corner of the space into a sort of living room, using vinyl line drawings on the wall. His collection had been sent to Japan, so unfortunately wasn’t on show, but some intriguing prints adorned his display.

New jeweller on the block Milly Swire took up almost half of the room with her wonderful display of ornate and unique pieces. Displayed in curious cabinets and glass bell jars with moss and leaves, Swire’s jewellery makes use traditional methods and salvaged semi-precious stones, and it is the impurities in each stone that makes these pieces special.


Firm favourites Fanny & Jessy were also there, showing their street couture. Leather and jersey pieces with slashes are their staple, and rumour has it that Lady Gaga has snapped up this collection. They’re also planning a guerilla campaign during fashion week- I can’t reveal the details but it is going to be a hoot so there’ll be more from this pair soon!

Some of my favourite pieces in the showcase were Two Many Pjs luxe pyjamas. All-in-one play-suits, translucent evening-wear and underwear make for a unique idea, and are what I’m sure will be a welcome break from line after line of new womenswear designers.

All photographs by Matt Bramford, unless otherwise stated

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