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Belle Sauvage: London Fashion Week A/W 2013 Catwalk Review

Belle Sauvage presented a striking catwalk show at Freemasons' Hall on Friday 15th February 2013.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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Belle Sauvage A/W 2013 by Isabelle Mattern.

Belle Sauvage hit Fashion Scout with the look for which they are known best: incredibly complex digital placement prints, as described in our exclusive preview interview with designers Virginia Ferreira and Chris Neuman.

Belle Sauvage AW 2013-photo by Amelia Gregory
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Fashion Film: Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel

A new film celebrates the life of legendary fashion icon Diana Vreeland, exploring her friendship with Chanel and her work at Harper's Bazaar and the Metropolitan Museum of Art…

Written by Matt Bramford

Diana Vreeland by Maya Beus ‘When we think about an iconic person, an editor; we always say Diana Vreeland’. A pretty bold opening statement launches this fashion film, but by […]

KTZ: London Fashion Week A/W 2012 Catwalk Review

My favourites - KTZ - made an impact on the last day of womenswear shows at Somerset House on Tuesday 21 February. This season: New Romantics, religious symbols, stars and constellations and tartan. LOTS of tartan.

Written by Matt Bramford

KTZ A/W 2012 by Lorna Leigh Harrington Regular readers of my London Fashion Week reviews (Hi mum, sorry I haven’t called, been busy) will know that I absolutely adore KTZ. […]

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

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

Written by Georgia Takacs

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

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London Fashion Week S/S 2012 Catwalk Review: Jean-Pierre Braganza

Jean-Pierre Braganza showed his Spring/Summer 2012 collection Praxis in the BFC tents at LFW. In the crowd were fashion writing legends Colin McDowell and Hilary Alexander, who was spotted scribbling away over sculptural lines paired with some very high heels.

Written by Alia Gargum

Jean Pierre Braganza S/S 2012 illustration by t.reidy This show was definitely a bit of a calmer affair from the start, pharmacy which can’t be said for every show at […]

Sorted London Exhibition Review: featuring Jo Cheung, Thomas Leadbetter, Eleanor Bedlow, Lucy Wragg, Sean Burtenshaw and more

A new crop of creative talent are showcasing the best of their new work at the East Gallery on Brick Lane until Thursday 16th June. Why not pop in and take a look? But first a sneak preview of the best art on display.

Written by Amelia Gregory

You and Me by Jo Cheung. Sorted is the brainchild of Westminster Illustration graduate Lucy Wragg, side effects whose work first impressed me at the degree show last year. Since […]

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London Fashion Week A/W 2011, Catwalk Review: Fashion Mode No.1 Florian Jayet (by Helen)

In the first post on Fashion Mode's show at Fashion Scout, we have Florian Jayet. A collection inspired by science, space and iconic French fashion houses. It's all cream, black and raw femininity.

Written by Helen Martin

Presentations are funny things; done badly they can leave you feeling a bit underwhelmed, price but done well they can be even more effective than a big catwalk show. Craig […]

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London Fashion Week A/W 2011, Catwalk Review: Eudon Choi (by Helen)

The previous senior designer at All Saints and Twenty8Twelve, Eudon Choi likes fabrics associated with men's tailoring and plenty of leather; ultimately creating feminine, sleek designs. Urban pow!

Written by Helen Martin

Corrie Nielsen LFW A/W 2011 Collection, cheap buy more about illustration by Abby Wright The BFC Tent is massive. Or a lot bigger than the other show spaces. But the […]

Drawing Fashion at the Design Museum

A new exhibition at the Design Museum explores fashion illustration through the ages: Erté and Lapape in the 1920s, Gruau and Bouché in the 1950s, Antonio Lopez in the 1980s and the modern greats such as Gustafson and Berthoud…

Written by Gavin Mackie

Gareth David Ackland lives and writes in a vibrating triskadekahedron called London. When not writing, here he makes paintings about guilt, colonialism, biodiversity loss, vanity, terrorism, evolution, consciousness and doom, […]

Fantastic Flaçons: A look at iconic perfume bottles

We explore the history of iconic perfume bottles and examine some flaçons no dressing table should ever be without…

Written by Viola Levy

‘Chanel No.5′ designed by Jean Helleau. Illustration by Sandra Contreras When Freud pondered the question of ‘what women want, pharmacy ’ someone should have told him that there are few […]

An interview with legendary fashion illustrator David Downton

In an exclusive interview, David Downton talks about his career so far, his favourite women and his new book…

Written by Matt Bramford

David Downton is one of the most prolific living fashion illustrators, sickness and by far my favourite (no offence, healing contributors!) His loose, dosage visionary style seems so effortless and […]

An interview with fashion film maker Marnie Hollande

Lauren Smith chats to Marnie Hollande, an up and coming fashion film maker, about making fashion work on the big screen.

Written by Lauren Smith

Marnie Holland, recipe illustrated by Lana Hughes Fashion and film have long been bedfellows, here but with the roaring success of Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio video blog, find and luxury brands […]

Graduate Fashion Week Interview: Birmingham’s Joseph Turvey

We chat to Graduate Fashion Week star Joseph Turvey about those eery masks that had everybody talking, and Birmingham University's The X Factor-style judging method…

Written by Matt Bramford

Thumbnail Glastonbury Illustration by Natasha T There is no denying Glastonbury 2010 was a really special one. So if, sickness like me, thumb you are still feeling a touch of […]

An interview with photographer Andrew Meredith

Amelia’s Magazine talks to the pensive man behind the lens about his new exhibition ‘Excursions’, showing at Riverside Studios

Written by Kat Phan

Sheena Matheiken’s The Uniform Project

Sheena Matheiken and the Uniform Project graduate in [sustainable] style after 365 days of wearing, styling and accesorising the same simple Little Black Dress…

Written by Helen Davis

Can it really be a year since the last Glastonbury? In 2009, viagra sale more about for the first time, Climate Camp was given it’s very own space in the […]

The NailGirls spa salon in Islington Spring/Summer 2010 nail polish launch event.

NailGirls is run by two lovely North London sisters, Lynda-Louise and Joanna Turrell. They've just celebrated their first year anniversary, and invited lots of beauty bloggers to their press launch.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Colourbox leadersdebate Illustration by Antonia Parker. Last week it occurred to me that if one drew something remotely funny and sent it around twitter at the same time as everyone […]

Teenage Rebellion: The Role of Teenagers in the Fashion Industry

Teenagers are becoming a vital factor in the fashion industry. Colin Dawidziuk explains why this revolution is taking place, and how it benefits the entire market.

Written by Colin Dawidziuk

The teenage demographic of the world are normally considered as the rambunctious, cialis 40mg world-hating and mood-swinging apes of the twenty first century. With high school, cliques and stereotypes, it’s […]

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Designer Spotlight: Hermione de Paula

I caught up with Hermione herself to find out more about her subtly provocative SS10 collection

Written by Rachael Oku

All images courtesy of Hermione de Paula, case photographed by Kristin Vicari. Hi Hermione! Would you mind telling our dear readers where you studied? Did you always know you wanted to […]

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Get your fashion fix this weekend!

Written by Rachael Oku

Down at Denaby Main people are doing it for themselves. For five years the former museum of the millennium ‘The Earth Centre’ has kept its doors firmly closed to the […]

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Clements Ribeiro’s Ethical Half & Half Project

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Written by Becky Cope

On Monday evening as the sun set and the lights from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) blared onto the street, ask over a hundred protesters gathered to […]