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Yeashin: London Fashion Week S/S 2014 Catwalk Review

On Friday 13th September Korean born Yeashin showcased a collection titled Summer Afternoon Party as part of Fashion Scout at Freemasons' Hall.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Yeashin S/S 2014 by Slowly The Eggs
Yeashin S/S 2014 by Slowly The Eggs.

Last season Yeashin's Woodland collection trod a narrow line between dressing up and playing dress up (kid style) so I was intrigued to see how this Korean label would progress with a stand alone show.

Yeashin S:S 2014 by Lynne Datson
Yeashin S/S 2014 by Lynne Datson.

Yeashin SS 2014-photography by Amelia Gregory
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Yeashin: Fashion Scout Ones to Watch A/W 2013 Catwalk Review

Korean designer and LCF graduate Yeashin showed with Ones to Watch on Saturday 16th February 2013.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Yeashin A/W 2013 by Sylwia Szyszka. South Korean designer Yeashin Kim‘s Woodland collection juxtaposed traditional Korean dress with inspiration from the swinging 60s. The colourful results built on the look […]

Larmer Tree Festival 2011 Review, Friday: Bellowhead, Russell Kane, Yoga, Bane

There was a plethora of music and activities to enjoy on Friday at Larmer Tree Festival: loved one man drama Bane, folk from Goodnight Lenin, Bellowhead and Kidnap Alice... and quiffed comedian Russell Kane rocked my world.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Russell Kane by Finn O’Brien. We woke up early on Friday at Larmer Tree Festival, order baked out of our tent by the brilliant sunshine… and turned up to witness […]

Ecological volunteering at Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park

Planted slap-bang between The City and Canary Wharf is a haven of woodland calm and beauty, where you can do your bit for the environment and the local community…

Written by Adam Bollard

Volunteers: folks doing their bit on a Saturday Who’da thunk it? A site of natural beauty that is responsible for conservation and social projects galore in East London that I’ve […]