The Ashish show saw London's club kids and kookier celebs (think Paloma Faith, Marina from Marina and the Diamonds and M.I.A) packing out the main space at Somerset House for an exuberant end to the women's shows at London Fashion Week. As
Polka dots were the theme of the show this morning at David Koma, London Fashion Week. Big, small, fluffy, cut-out…all were there, making a well-rounded statement for autumn/winter 2011. Humour aside, Koma’s use of colour and shape
French music pours from the speakers in an ornate room within the Institute of Directors on Pall Mall as the show begins. We love Roksanda for incredible eveningwear, long silk dresses in vibrant colour, and A/W11 was no different. While
What should indie girls wear when they grow up? If Sir Paul Smith had his way, they would stride around confidently sporting cropped trousers in Prince of Wales check, sloppy mannish cardis, oversized boyfriend blazers and penny loafers.
Jean Shrimpton was the inspiration behind Christopher Bailey’s autumn/winter 11 show for Burberry Prorsum. With Anna Wintour front row opposite Rachel Bilson, Alexa Chung, The Kills and Kate Bosworth, there was a excitable atmosphere
Always one of the most anticipated shows during London Fashion Week, Christopher Kane has once again failed to disappoint with his aquamarine collection for autumn/winter 2011. Leaving behind the fluro brights of spring/summer 11, the