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Posts Tagged ‘internet’

Xander Zhou: London Collections: Men S/S 2014 Catwalk Review

Xander Zhou used cyberspace and the internet as inspiration for his S/S 2014 menswear, shown at the Old Sorting Office on Tuesday 18 June.

Written by Matt Bramford


Xander Zhou S/S 2014 by Isher Dhiman

Sometimes I look at fashion week press releases with the same disdain that I do art gallery captions. I have absolutely no idea where some of the designers (or press personnel) get their ideas from. I often stifle giggles as I read them, waiting for somebody to pop out and say 'we had you there, didn't we!' And so it was highly refreshing when I arrived at Xander Zhou, my final show of this London Collections: Men season, to find not a rigid press release but a selection of thought-provoking words. Words like 'personal' 'cosmetic' 'online' 'variety' and, erm, 'Thai boxing' flooded a sheet of purple card.

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Future Human Lectures: Fashion’s Microchic Shake-Up

Bad Idea Magazine hosts the latest in their series of 'Future Human' lectures, debating on the influence of the internet on global and British fashion...

Written by Ester Kneen

The latest in a series of events from Bad Idea Magazine, doctor approved ‘Future Human’ explores a new topic each month and hosts an evening of discussion and debate at […]

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Boxie: The T-shirt becomes the Narrator

Bespoke T-Shirts, Online

Written by Audrey Rogers

Monday 12th Jan Starting today: The Voice and Nothing More is a week-long festival at the Slade Research Centre that explores the voice as both medium and subject matter in […]