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    Fendirumi pop-up soon at Harrod's

    To celebrate the opening of its first Fendirumi pop-up at Harrod’s on Thursday 4th August, Fendi welcomes the arrival of two celebrity guests, the Fendirumi themselves: Piro-Chan and Bug-Kun. The Italian House has invented the Fendirumi to pay homage to the Japanese phenomenon of kigurumi mascots. Inspired by the QuTweet bag charm, the sweet, girly-pink […] More

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    Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty Opens Today!

    The long awaited exhibition “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty” finally opens its doors today at the V&A Museum in London. Initially curated and presented by the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the exhibition has been edited and – lucky us! – expanded with a new section focussing on the designer’s […] More

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    Giles, Womenswear Show, Autumn/Winter 2015/16, London

    At Giles, romance always rubs shoulders with a dark or even gothic side. Black is the chosen colour for everything, from the bow ties, through to these coat-capes, these close fitting dresses, all worn over these ruffled shirts. Then a print appears, tie-dye effect but much more worked, inspired by certain paintings that Giles Deacon […] More

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    Christopher Kane, Womenswear Show, Autumn/Winter 2015/16, London

    Christopher Kane is considered today as one of the most talented British designers and one of the most innovative of his generation, and yet again he does not disappoint his aficionados. A collection with an intense sensuality, especially though the dresses that are based on intertwined nude male and female silhouettes. Equally lots of femininity […] More

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    Sibling, Womenswear Show, Autumn/Winter 2015/16, London

    The three creators, Joe Bate, Sid Bryan and Cozette McCreery play with materials to give a new allure to classic pieces. Knitwear is ever-present, taking different aspects, inviting itself even onto latex, or designed as original patterns. A skirt suit is given a new life in tweed and knitted lurex, shift dresses are embellished with […] More

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    Mary Katrantzou, Womenswear Show, Autumn/Winter 2015/16, London

    A catwalk of pink foam spikes and a note from the programme explaining: “the fear of the vacuum versus modernism”… At Mary Katrantzou, everything is conceptual, thoughtful, and precise. The designer asked several questions, that she looks to rework for the extremely worked clothes. The first models appear wearing huge pleated skirts, paired with crop […] More

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