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Posts Tagged ‘Erdem’

London Fashion Week A/W 2014: Fashion Illustrations from the Catwalk

Oh so pretty: fashion illustrators interpret some of the best looks from a range of designers at A/W 2014 London Fashion Week.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Burberry A/W 2014 by Emma Farrarons

Burberry A/W 2014 by Emma Farrarons.

Since I was unable to attend many of my favourite designer's shows this season, and indeed had no help in covering the shows (apart from this post, written by the fabulous Maria Papadimitriou) I thought it would be a nice idea to do an open callout for illustrators to depict their favourite outfit from any of the London Fashion Week shows. Here are the results, in no particular order: I am sure you will agree that they are fabulous. Long live fashion illustration!

Michael Van Der Ham A/W 2014 by Antonia Parker

Michael Van Der Ham A/W 2014 by Antonia Parker.

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A Review of 50 Fabulous Frocks at the Fashion Museum, Bath

Jessica Cook wishes the Fashion Museum a very happy fiftieth as she visits their 50 Fabulous Frocks exhibition

Written by Jessica Cook

Illustration of 1900s champagne fancy dress costume, unknown maker, by Freddy Thorn. Like any good birthday bash, it begins with champagne; a bottle of 1904 Veuve Clicquot to be exact, […]

Fashion in Motion at the V&A: Peter Jensen

The latest in a series of 'fashion for all' catwalk events celebrated Peter Jensen's tenth anniversary at the V&A's Fashion in Motion on Friday 17th November…

Written by Matt Bramford

Peter Jensen by Dana Bocai The V&A‘s Fashion in Motion programme offers members of the public a rare chance to attend a full-throttle catwalk show, set against the dramatic backdrop […]

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

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

Written by Georgia Takacs

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

London Fashion Week S/S 2012 Exhibition Review: Headonism

Brace yourselves for a (nearly) final post on London Fashion Week in this review of the millinery exhibition at Somerset House. Here comes Headonism…

Written by Florence Massey

Charlie Le Mindu by Claire Kearns The exhibitions around Somerset House are one of my favourite London Fashion Week pleasures – I enjoy wandering the stands in between shows as […]

Central Saint Martins: Ba Fashion Graduate Show 2011 review. 80s.

There's still no getting away from 80s influences: great stuff from Eilish Macintosh and Holly Skousbo. Plus Jie Bai, Sarah Hall, Justyna Korzynska, Emma Rose James and Jaeyeon Lee.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Eilish Macintosh by Sarah Ushurhe. The 80s are still big all over fashion. Whether as a reference for shape or pattern or colour there’s always something new to delve into […]

An interview with jewellery designer Gemma Marissa Murray

We catch up with crocheted jewellery queen Gemma Marissa to find out what she's been up to - and she tells us all about her new homeware collection! Illustrations by Gemma Smith!

Written by Jemma Crow

Illustration by Gemma Smith Last year I had the privilege of interviewing the amazing Gemma Marissa. Gemma, erectile a jewellery designer and pioneer of individual hand made crochet pieces, website […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Erdem

Who says Autumn/Winter is all about dark colours? Erdem, once again, stayed true to his own inimitable design ethos with colour-popping hues and stand-out luscious print. Illustrations by Joe Turvey!

Written by Georgia Takacs

Illustration by Erica Sharp So Designers Remix is the project of Charlotte Eskildsen who has designed for the woman with an “avant garde angle on sophistication” whatever that means. But […]

Pre-London Fashion Week interview: fashion designer Flik Hall

In the run up to London Fashion Week, we chat with Flik Hall, fashion designer and print fanatic. She tells us about working with Giles Deacon and Henry Holland, and what 2011 has in store…

Written by Lauren Smith

Illustration by Karolina Burdon Young designer Flik Hall may have only set up her eponymous label in 2009, order buy but she has already gained a following for her bold […]

Fashion in Motion at the V&A: KENZO

In the latest of a series of public catwalk events in the Raphael Gallery at the V&A, Kenzo's magical circus comes to town, via Sardinia…

Written by Matt Bramford

On the first cold Wednesday of November, for sale drugs my brisk walk up Kingsland Road was rewarded by ‘Small Things‘ a collective exhibition of photography at 67a Dalston Lane. […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: James Long

James Long presented a sophisticated Woodstock at London Fashion Week's Menswear day on September 22nd 2010. Illustrations by Gareth A Hopkins.

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Illustration by Gareth A Hopkins For Spring Summer 2011 James Long, more about Royal College of Art graduate (fellow Alumni are Carolyn Massey and Erdem) changed track. The military references […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Womenswear Preview: On|Off

In our third London Fashion Week preview, Lauren Smith takes a look at the designers showing at On|Off - the showcase that combines on and off schedule designers, featuring Pam Hogg, Aminaka Wilmont, Bryce Aime, Julian J Smith and Roksanda Illincic…

Written by Lauren Smith

Charlie le Mindu A/W 2010, recipe for sale illustrated by Naomi Law Cheeky Charlie le Mindu already had quite the reputation when he burst onto the scene in dramatic fashion […]

Graduate Fashion Week Extra: Royal College of Art MA 2010

It's been so hard to decide... But here is Amelia's Magazine review of the RCA's talented class of 2010. With illustrations by Lesley Barnes, Katey Harvey, Gemma Milly, Marnie Hollande, Naomi Law and Joseph Keirs

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Illustration by Gemma Milly of Zara Gorman’s Millinery. Over the last few years the RCA’s MA Fashion course has quietly been producing a series of extremely talented designers; from those […]

Fashion Interview: Gemma Marissa Designs

Jemma Crow interviews Gemma Marissa - a crafty London-based accessories designer from Yorkshire with a penchant for The Secret Garden and 1940s fashion…

Written by Jemma Crow

Illustration by Jenny Robins This could become confusing as I’m interviewing the fabulous Gemma Marissa, recipe more about designer of the most beautiful crocheted jewellery and accessories I have ever […]

London Fashion Week A/W 2010 Catwalk Review: Erdem

A review of the Erdem catwalk show at Senate House on Monday 22nd February, and my thoughts on the nature of fashion... with illustrations by Rachel de Ste. Croix.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Are you an artist?  Or is your creativity in fact destructive?  Illustration: Ana Botezatu I am in danger of becoming one of Tim Jackson’s biggest fans. I saw him at […]

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London Fashion Week Autumn/ Winter 2010 Catwalk Review: Julian J Smith

On Saturday 20th February LFW contributor Camilla went along to the Julian J Smith AW10 show at On|Off.

Written by Camilla Sampson

Julian J Smith was back for a second helping of London Fashion Week this season, link after his brilliant debut last September showing his inspired SS10 collection. Having previously worked […]

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Fashion in Motion: Erdem

Held at the Victoria and Albert Museum on Friday 11 December 2009

Written by Matt Bramford

Images throughout courtesy of Matt Bramford. If only every fashion show was held within the V&A’s resplendent Raphael Gallery. Its opulent interior is the perfect setting – from the Renaissance […]

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LFW 09 – Erdem S/S 2010 – Flower power…with a twist

London Fashion Week 2009

Written by Francesca Weber-Newth

Dramatically draping hoods, there garter-style leggings and a super feminine version of the athletic, visit web back-crossing, shoulder pads are just a few of the key elements in Future Classics’ […]