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Posts Tagged ‘Sheilagh Tighe’

Uniqlo UT Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat T-shirts fashion illustration competition: Winner Revealed!

Drum roll please.... as we reveal the winner of our Uniqlo UT t-shirt fashion illustration competition. Congratulations! And thanks to everyone who entered: you can see all the wonderful images that were created below...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Uniqlo by Rebecca Higgins of Rebecca May Illustration
Uniqlo by Rebecca Higgins of Rebecca May Illustration.

We had some wonderful entries for our Uniqlo fashion illustration competition to celebrate the launch of their new range of Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat UT t-shirts, and were blown away by the imaginative interpretations of our callout, which asked illustrators to imagine their choice of t-shirt worn and styled to their taste. The overall winning entry is by Rebecca Higgins of Rebecca May Illustration, who created the stunning image above. I love the way she shows the t-shirt worn in movement, with an echo of the print design in the graphics used to create depth behind her model. It's a… read more

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EDE Knitwear: An interview with Ellie Jauncey

EDE knitwear is lovingly designed by Ellie Jauncey and handmade by a team of Herefordshire based knitters.

Written by Amelia Gregory

EDE men’s moss jumper by Claire Corstorphine. EDE was founded in 2009 by Ellie Jauncey. Having studied Textiles at Manchester Metropolitan University and specialising in Knitwear she moved to London […]

New S/S 2013 Season Interview: Fanny & Jessy present Uscopia

Sexy tomboys are given the Sci-Fi treatment in the new S/S 2013 collection from friends and business partners Fanny & Jessy.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Fanny & Jessy by Rebecca Higgins. A year ago I was blown away by the S/S 2012 catwalk collection by design duo Fanny & Jessy. This season the androgynous style […]

An interview with Seaming To and review of her new album Seaming

Seaming has worked with a huge range of musicians over the years since I last met her, but now it's her time to shine. I caught up with the talented singer songwriter.

Written by Amelia Gregory

The long awaited solo album by musical maestro Seaming opens with the quietest of hums… (o sing at me) before introducing the listener to the full range of her inimitable […]

Savages by Sharon Farrow

Savages at Electrowerkz: Live Review

Fast rising four-piece play the first of two nights at Islington’s Electrowerkz on Wednesday 10th October 2012.

Written by Richard Pearmain

Savages by Sharon Farrow Tucked away behind Angel Tube Station, down a small side street, you seem to be a world away from this most respectable part of North London. […]

Sunglasses Trends: London Fashion Week S/S 2013 Catwalk Review

A quick peek at some of the more outrageous trends in sunglasses for S/S 2013, including designs by Tatty Devine for Louise Gray and Leutton Postle.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Chanel Sunglasses S/S 2013 by Isher Dhiman. According to trends analysts designer sunglasses are getting smaller and rounder: with edgier designers such as Ashish showing the kind of sunnies that […]

Ekaterina Kukhareva: London Fashion Week S/S 2013 Catwalk Review

Ekaterina Kukhareva presented her Brigitte Bardot inspired Goddess in St. Tropez collection on Sunday 16th September at Freemasons' Hall.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Ekaterina Kukhareva by S/S 2013 by Sheilagh Tighe aka Shy Illustrations. Ukranian born Ekaterina Kukhareva is a Central Saint Martins knitwear graduate, about whom I knew nothing before this show, […]

Nova Chiu: London Fashion Week S/S 2013 Catwalk Review

Design duo Nova Chiu and Jeff Archer showcased their Bon Voyage collection on Tuesday 18th September at Freemasons' Hall with Fashion Scout.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Nova Chiu S/S 2013 by Sharon Farrow. It’s always difficult to follow up a much feted graduation collection: so I had to admire the spunk of Nova Chiu… who seemed […]