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Fyodor Golan: London Fashion Week A/W 2013 Catwalk Review

Fyodor Golan worked with cult brand Smiley to produce a stunning new A/W 2013 couture collection, showcased at The Savoy Hotel on Friday 15th February 2013.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Fyodor Golan A/W 2013 by Jacqueline Valencia
Fyodor Golan A/W 2013 by Jacqueline Valencia.

This season design duo Fyodor Golan put on a circular catwalk show in a stately ballroom of The Savoy Hotel. It was a typically clever collection that combined unusual references and brilliant technical talent with a dose of their inimitable wit.

Fyodor Golan AW 2013-photo by Amelia Gregory
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LCF MA Fashion Show 2013, Womenswear: London Fashion Week Catwalk Review

Stunning collections from LCF womenswear designers Maddalena Mangialavori, Nadia Scullion, Min Wu, Sian Davies, Yi Xie and Keiko Nishiyama. Showing at the Royal Opera House on Friday 15th February.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Yi Xie by Jacqueline Valencia. London College of Fashion womenswear designers showed a series of polished collections, most of which were accessoried with amazing footwear that I was able to […]

Favourite Christmas Indie Tunes for 2012: listen to the best here!

It's time to get into the festive spirit: listen to a host of wonderful new Christmas indie tunes right here and enjoy beautiful illustrations that were inspired by them.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Christmas Olive Grove by Bex Bourne, based on As A Child I Awoke by Jo Mango. A hugely successful Christmas tune is the holy grail for many musicians: just think […]

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 […]

An interview with Foreign Slippers and review of album Farewell to the Old Ghosts

Sweden's Gabi Froden is the latest Scandinavian songstrel to win over my heart... with a beautiful new album that encompasses gorgeous melodies and immaculate storytelling skills.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Foreign Slippers by Sam Parr. Melding Scandinavian iciness with immaculate story-telling skills, Sweden’s Gabi Froden is the latest songstrel to win my heart. Farewell to the Old Ghosts showcases her […]

Modern Love: S/S 2012 Preview Interview with designer Sarah Arnett

Meet Sarah Arnett, one half of fashion design duo Modern Love, a label that is exclusively stocked at Liberty. She's a super talented lady with an inspiring career that spans illustration, interior design and of course fashion.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Modern Love by Ola Szpunar. Sarah Arnett is a multi talented designer who just happened to train at the same university as me. She graduated the year above, and since […]

Krystof Strozyna: London Fashion Week A/W 2012 Catwalk Review

Krystof Stroyzna showed in the Salon at Fashion Scout on Friday 17th February 2012. The Polish designer played it safe with a sexy range of dresses destined to appeal to the Polish market.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Krystof Strozyna A/W 2012 by Carol Ryder. Krystof Strozyna showed on Friday 17th February in the Fashion Scout salon. I dashed in at the last minute, giving me pole position […]

Heohwan Simulation by Hwan Heo: London Fashion Week A/W 2012 Catwalk Review

Heohwan Simulation by Hwan Heo was shown as part of Ones to Watch on Friday 17th February 2012 at Freemasons' Hall with Fashion Scout.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Heohwan Simulation A/W 2012 by Laura Mossop. First to show with Ones to Watch, Heohwan Simulation by Hwan Heo, was a power dressing bonanza – his roots as a menswear […]

An interview with Terracotta Blue: talking new album Takoma Park

Meet Jay, the musical mastermind behind the mellifluous Terracotta Blue album Takoma Park. He's one talented man.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Healer by Terracotta Blue. Illustration by Geo Law. From the enigmatic thump of Arcade to the Japanese inflected strings of Healer, murmuring beats of Lake Autumn and blissed out vocals […]

Lush Gorilla Perfumes: The Smell of Freedom in Three Parts, Fire Tree, Old Delhi Station and Oudh Heart

The latest fragrances in the new Gorilla Perfume range from Lush were inspired by stories of freedom from around the world. Created by founder Mark Constantine's son, Simon Constantine.

Written by Amelia Gregory

The Smell of Freedom (Oudh Heart) by Vicky Fallon. Love perfumes? Love Lush? Or know someone who does? Then how about these three new fragrances for potential stocking fillas? The […]

An interview with Fairewell and review of debut album Poor, Poor Grendel

Johnny White is solely responsible for the beatific sounds of Fairewell. In this interview he explains how he's influenced by a combination of heavy metal and the magic of being a young child.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Fairewell by Jacqueline Valencia. The debut album from Fairewell starts with the beauteous tones of Grendel, after which the album is named. It’s the soporific sounds of a thousand voices, […]

Halloween 2011: a Ghoulish Celebration of the Dead in Illustration

Halloween. Celebration of the dead, autumnal right of passage, fancy dress party time and an excuse for mass consumption of tat. All this inspired a lovely set of illustrations...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Halloween by Karolina Burdon. And so Halloween rolls around again! I’ve loved Halloween since I was a pre-teen, when I hosted annual parties for my schoolmates where I always dressed […]

An interview with The Moth and The Mirror with review of new album Honestly, This World

The Moth and The Mirror are a Scottish indie super group founded by talented musicians drawn from a host of different bands. I talked to Gordon Skene about the making of their amazing new album and how they make this unique collaboration work.

Written by Amelia Gregory

The Moth and the Mirror by Sarah Austin. Honestly, This World, is one of the most marvellous albums I have heard this year – made all the more thrilling in […]