Just as quickly as it arrived, London’s sartorial storm came to an abrupt end last night. But while for some this marks a finale, for this year’s Fashion Fringe winner, Haizhen Wang - life is just beginning.
Selected by Burberry’s
Here at Glam we like to look after our hard-working bloggers, so throughout London Fashion Week we’ve hired out a suite at the One Aldwych Hotel courtesy of our friends at Rimmel where our friendly blogging team can hang out between
Get ready for florals…but not the shy and retiring wallflower types. Designers were thinking big, bold and top-to-toe for summer, and weren’t afraid to clash vibrant blooms with graphic stripes (Ashish), repeat constellation prints
Known for their signature prints and architectural approach to fashion, Basso & Brooke showed a stellar collection of covetable dresses that made up a "journey through clothes" where each piece follows on from the last, expanding on
Basso and Brooke's S/S11 collection was the result of a concerted effort by the design duo to move away from the digital prints which have been dominating the catwalks recently. The collection included images of maps and hand-written
Basso and Brooke hit the London runway today with a collection of signature prints. The colour pallet included muted greys contrasted with flashes of electric blue, red and yellow.
The digital prints were seen on tight fitting dresses,