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Posts Tagged ‘Cissy Hu’

Tata Naka: London Fashion Week A/W 2013 Presentation Review

Tata Naka once again presented their collection in the Portico Rooms, this time inspired by American High School movies. Held on Tuesday 19th February 2013

Written by Amelia Gregory

Tata Naka A/W 2013 by Daniel Alexander
Tata Naka A/W 2013 by Daniel Alexander.

Since Tata Naka returned to London Fashion Week it has become customary for Tamara and Natasha Surguladze to create a wonderful set that they photograph live for their upcoming season's look book: it's a great concept and always a lot of fun to watch from the sidelines: the whole experience more akin to voyeurism than the traditional catwalk show. This season the Georgian twins were inspired by American High School movies and the multitude of references that underpin these down the decades. So here we had very preppy 50s styles abutting up against the big bouffant hair of the 1980s, a very direct reference to which was found in the graffiti wall that provided the… read more

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Teatum Jones: London Fashion Week A/W 2013 Presentation Review

Teatum Jones presented 'To My Youth… How we Laughed in Darkness' - a collection inspired by the author Nabokov - at the Dorchester Hotel on Tuesday 19th February 2013. Including Vine videos of the presentation!

Written by Amelia Gregory

Teatum Jones A/W 2013 by Laura Hickman. Teatum Jones have been wowing the Amelia’s Magazine reviewers with their well thought out presentations for the past few seasons, but this was […]

What Does Colour Mean To You? Submit Your Story For A Chance To Make A Film And Win £250

Illustrators showcase their favourite colours in fabulous pictorial form. Now it's your turn to tell a story about what colour means to you!

Written by Amelia Gregory

This is Orange by Sarah Edmonds. A recent chat with friends led to a discussion about what colour we intrinsically ‘were’. Fascinatingly we all agreed on the colours that came […]