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Posts Tagged ‘Naomi Law’

London Fashion Week Emerging Talent A/W 2011: A Preview

Here's our illustrated preview of the BFC's chosen Emerging Talent for A/W 2011 who'll exhibit their collections alongside the best of London fashion…

Written by Matt Bramford

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Flesh and Blood by Stacie Swift
Flesh and Blood by Stacie Swift.

Flesh and Blood & Fish and Fowl was inspired by photographs of the Ukrainian town of Pripyat near Chernobyl, treat taken many years after the city was abandoned to radiation. They show the buildings and streets overtaken with plants and animals, view which have happily returned to build homes amongst the human detritus.

The impressively depressing (yet realistic) stage set features the interior of an office for Convenience Foods: dead plants and old mugs litter the desks and the walls sprout crumpled charts and post it notes. It is into this nightmarish world that Jerry, viagra order played by Geoff Sobelle, emerges, rolling gracelessly out of a dumpster inside which he… read more

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Joanna Cave: luxury ethical jewellery made in Greece from recycled silver

London educated Joanna Cave works in recycled silver to create beautiful jewellery. Here's an extract of her interview in Amelia's Compendium of Fashion Illustration.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Les Antliaclastes by Stephanie Thieullent. Hilum opens with the ominous popping of corn, recipe patient stealthily reaching a crescendo before the pan jerks off stage to reveal an oversized scullery […]

Amelia’s Compendium of Fashion Illustration is OUT NOW!

My new book hit the shelves just in time for Christmas 2010. Read on to find out more about Amelia's Compendium of Fashion Illustration

Written by Amelia Gregory

Willow Organic Gold Frankincense and Myrrh candle by Daria Hlazatova. I don’t know what it is about candles that gets me so excited. I think it has a lot to […]

Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion at the Barbican

The Barbican celebrates three decades of the Japanese avant-garde, featuring grand masters Yohji Yamamoto, Rei Kawakubo and Issey Miyake and many, many more!

Written by Matt Bramford

laura callaghan MA show Kingston Illustration by Gemma Milly. For some reason Kingston buried it’s student graduation shows in the depths of the Tent exhibition during Design Week in London […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011: What’s Hot… and What’s Not.

C'mon, what will you remember from this fashion week? Liquorice ice cream? Unending bottles of Vitamin Water? Men wearing big statement jewellery? Here's my run down of what was hot... and not.

Written by Amelia Gregory

jenny robins – blog slam – circus – toast and biscuit – thewedordeadwager sketch at the rag factory male dating humour All photography by Amelia Gregory. Every London Fashion Week […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: KTZ

The fabulous KTZ brand is part the cult Kokon To Zai shop and it was the only catwalk show I went to on menswear Wednesday 22nd September 2010. Illustrations by Naomi Law and Aniela Murphy.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Romina Karamanea SS2011 photo by Amelia Gregory Romina Karamanea by Joana Faria. For the past two seasons the good PRs for Romina Karamanea have ensured that there has been a […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Preview: Menswear Day

As the womenswear section of the circus draws to a close and the press move over to Milan, there's still lots to be seen at Menswear Day. Here's a little preview, with some rather brilliant illustrations…

Written by Matt Bramford

Wintle, viagra order A/W 2010, illustrated by Antonia Parker So it’s the last day of womenswear today, which means no more frocks and no more tits and arse. This is […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Jayne Pierson

Closing London Fashion Week's first day was Jayne Pierson at On|Off, with her signature shapes and luxe materials. Illustrated by Naomi Law.

Written by Gavin Mackie

After pegging it down the strand, recipe I arrived at the BFC tent with less than 30 seconds to spare. My desperate dan demeanour must have won me brownie points […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Bora Aksu (more)

Yes I know we've already reviewed the S/S 2011 show from Bora Aksu but I love him muchly, so here's some more photos and illustrations for your delection....

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration by Andrea Peterson It wasn’t until the Jena.Theo show that I got my first hit of fashion adrenaline this LFW. The design duo Jenny Holmes and Dimitris Theocharidis have […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Preview – A few more favourites…

On the eve of London Fashion Week S/S 2011, Naomi Law runs through a few more of the shows we're eagerly anticipating from some of our favourite designers…

Written by Naomi Law

Mr and Mrs Collingham, case illustrated by Krister Selin When my oldest pal Lydia announced her engagement and subsequent wedding, I struggled to imagine her having a generic do with […]

My Best Friend’s (Eco) Wedding

Weddings have such an enormous environmental impact these days, as Fashion Editor Matt's friend Lydia discovered. So she did it the eco-friendly way…

Written by Matt Bramford

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset house. To enter the spirit of things Amelia’s Magazine will previewing […]

Pre-London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Interview: Charlie le Mindu

With only three days to go until London Fashion Week launches, we have a chat with the wonderful Charlie le Mindu, purveyor of weird and wonderful fashion and frocks made of hair.

Written by Matt Bramford

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

Pre- London Fashion Week S/S 2011 On Schedule Womenswear, Part One: New Designers

In our first London Fashion Week 2010 preview, Amelia's Magazine's presents our favourite new designers to join the British Fashion Council schedule.

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

London Fashion Week Illustration by teabelle This September London Fashion Week enters the courtyard of Somerset House for its third season. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing […]

A live shoot with photographer Ellis Scott

Fashion photographer Ellis Scott hosted a live shoot at the Spot Communications pop-up showroom last week, and here are the results…!

Written by Matt Bramford

Hannah Marshall by Naomi Law This September London Fashion Week enters it’s third season within the courtyard of Somerset House. Over the next week Amelia’s Magazine will be previewing both […]

Lace – Grandma’s Curtains or Fabulous Fashion?

Is lace, fashion's latest trend, best kept for granny's curtains? Or can you actually wear it, and if so, do it yourself? Stephanie Ellis finds out, and checks out ethical designer Minna, who's using lace to her advantage…

Written by Stephanie Ellis

large_Caitlin_Rose Illustrations by Emma Black In a genre steeped in tradition, seek Caitlin Rose springs forth like a breath of fresh air. Stripped down to the sweetest bare essentials, her […]

Pre-London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Interview: Ziad Ghanem

Matt Bramford talks to master couturier Ziad Ghanem about breaking the boundaries, his 'family' of alternative models, and *that* Immodesty Blaize moment…

Written by Matt Bramford

JASPER GARVIDA lfw s/s 2011 Rachel Clare Price A selection of Jessie’s corsarges Walking around Broadway Market, approved one cold wintery Saturday, feeling hungry and looking at all the delicious […]

My Habbit is Not a Hobbit – How to Calculate Your Carbon Footprint

Lira Leirner tries out the Changing Habbits website in an aim to assess her carbon footprint and is surprised by the result…

Written by Lira Leirner

All photography by Maria Domican I was nervous upon arriving at Vintage at Goodwood… Nervous because I had called in sick to work, sickness nervous because I had been hearing […]

Fashion on Film: Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky

A second biopic exploring the (love) life of saucy temptress Mademoiselle Coco Chanel hits the cinema this week. It's a feast for the eyes and a glorious romp through the fashion archives, unsurprisingly…

Written by Matt Bramford

thumbnailthe_books_jpeg It’s nigh-on impossible to define The Books, approved or the genre of music that they create. Because they are relying on an ever changing source of material as their […]

Latitude Festival 2010: Making Silent Movies Cool With Live Modern Soundtracks

Silent movies The Dying Swan and The Passion of Joan of Arc were set to live arrangements in the Film and Music Arena. It was bloody brilliant.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Photography by Amelia Gregory. Following the Graduate Fashion Shows Coco de Mer also hit the Latitude Waterfront catwalk with a range of fun sequinned swimsuits, find advice little tailored jackets […]

Royal Academy of Arts: Summer Exhibition

The 242nd Summer Exhibition showcases a diverse range of works in painting, sculpture, architecture and film, featuring both unknown and infamous artists…

Written by Naomi Law

Thumbnail Kendal Calling For a festival that is just five years old, rx Kendal Calling has already amassed a kudos rating that belies its youth; (Annie Nightingale remarked simply, “It’s […]