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Posts Tagged ‘The Old Sorting Office’

London Fashion Week S/S 2012 Catwalk Review: Basso & Brooke

The pioneers of digital print, Bruno Basso and Chris Brooke bring us a collection that screams of summer and sings of spring, at London Fashion Week SS 2012. The Old Sorting Office hosted the show on Friday 16th September and I was absolutely thrilled to be there.

Written by Akeela Bhattay

Basso & Brooke SS 2012 London Fashion Week - by Joana Faria

Basso & Brooke S/S 2012 illustrated by Joana Faria

There is no queuing for me at the Basso & Brooke show – I’m late, store having been seduced by ice-cream and pretty dresses at the Orla Kiely presentation and everyone has already been seated. So it’s fine luck that I found an unoccupied seat in the front row. As is usual at London Fashion Week, salve a celeb or two will make an entrance just before the show is about to commence and a riot of photographers will swoon in and blind bystanders with their imperious flashes.

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London Fashion Week S/S 2011: Triumph International Awards

Pre-Fashion Week kick-off, Triumph held their International Awards for lingerie design with a 'Shape Sensation' theme. Florence Massey reviews the event, with illustrations from Katie Harnett.

Written by Florence Massey

Illustration of Charlotte Taylor by Paolo Caravello 21 fashion shows over five days is no mean feat. The London Fashion Week experience is not complete until you see the sheer […]

London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Catwalk Review: Bernard Chandran

Amelia's Magazine has a soft spot for Bernard Chandran. Here's our review of his exquisite collection presented in the vast hall of the Old Sorting Office. Illustrations by Rachel Lewis.

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Illustration by Rachel Lewis Illustrations by Rachel Lewis In what is swiftly developing into a London Fashion Week tradition, treat Fashion editor Matt Bramford and I found ourselves waiting in […]