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Posts Tagged ‘Floral prints’

KTZ: London Fashion Week S/S 2014 Catwalk Review

On Monday 16 September KTZ presented their latest collection in British Fashion Council's main tent at Somerset House. It was inspired by deserts, rolling sand dunes and Arab culture.

Written by Maria Papadimitriou

KTZ S/S 2014 by Rose Crees

KTZ S/S 2014 by Rose Crees

Since illustrating KTZ's striking A/W 2011 collection for Amelia's Magazine, I have wished there would come a chance to attend a KTZ catwalk show in person. Koji Maruyama and Marjan Pejowski's S/S 2014 womenswear collection impressed me both visually and intellectually - welcoming the sweeping winds of change whilst looking back at older, wiser traditions - but unfortunately the new structure of the main catwalk space at Somerset House, plus super tight security measures to control the larger audiences it can hold meant that I found myself impossibly struggling for a good spot to capture properly on camera this much anticipated moment. So what better chance for a lavishly illustrated London Fashion Week review!

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London Fashion Week S/S 2012 Menswear Day Catwalk Review: James Small

James Small presented his exquisite menswear collection at Vauxhall Fashion Scout on Wednesday 21 September, cheered on by celebrity pals Kate Moss, Jamie Hince, James Brown, Sadie Frost, Meg Matthews and more!

Written by Matt Bramford

James Small S/S 2012 by Milly Jackson I arrived at the James Small show pretty early – such is the bonkers London Fashion Week schedule that some shows overlap and […]

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London Fashion Week A/W 2010 Catwalk Review: Omar Kashoura

New(ish) designer Omar Kashoura presents his take on the Modern Gentleman at the Bedford & Strand Bistro, during London Fashion Week's Menswear Day, 24 February 2010

Written by Matt Bramford

When I was a zit-ridden teenager fingering fashion magazines, website like this what attracted me most was weird and wacky shows presented in strange environments. While the cavernous BFC tent […]