London Fashion Week
The Fashion Week tour bus had finally left the UK, and WOW was it a hell of a week. As the bus has now set off to Milan we reap of fave looks from one of the most eventful times of the year!
Donatella staged her diffusion line from her NYFW in the Nineties, mixing up key elements from the archives: a red and yellow Prince of Wales check covered the tailoring segment of the collection, the Versus lettering splashed across garments in a streetwearification sure to please a new generation of logo maniacs. Drawing on Versus' Blue Jeans and Red Jeans cowboy flacons, western elements - little sheriff waistcoats and chaps flaps - adorned dresses, tops and skirts.
House of Holland
“Brace yourself, because this goes deep.” By naming this collection “Original Pirate Material” after Mike Skinner (aka The Streets)’s 2002 masterpiece—U.K. garage’s apex concept album—Henry Holland had already warmed the cockles of every grizzled dancefloor swashbuckler’s heart before the show.
This was HMS Holland’s crew of don’t-give-an-f party girls sailing giddily into fresh waters, forever the captains of their own personal dancefloors.
Rocky Star pulled out all of the stops as he wowed the audience with the mesmerising display of colourful embellishments. We expected nothing short of spectacular from the Indian designer who has styled & designed for over 300 films, created costumes for many Bollywood titles and dressed the likes of Paris Hilton, Pussycat Dolls, Beyonce and many more.
House of Mea
With a collection of arious designers, house of middle east and asians a platform to promote and incubate emerging and established fashion talent from across middle east and Asia. An initiative of fad international academy, house of MEA envisions to create an unparalleled platform to promote regional talent through global fashion capitals
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