Hitting the streets of london on friday 13th september is award winning fashion event company fashions finest presenting 'matthew o'brien street walk'.
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Monday, 09 September 2013 10:51

Missy Ewa

The brand Missy Ewa accessories was founded in November, 2012 by Apata Johnson family in London.The name Ewa (from yoruba tribe in Nigeria ) means beauty. Ewa is an embodiment of the brand concept and the inspiration in our everyday design.

Luxury,uniqueness, affordability and the passion for the business are the constant reasons why we design.Missy Ewa currently design shoe:flats,platforms,pumps and wedges and bag:clutches and tote but we are working hard to expand to a more interesting diffusion range in the nearest future.

Samples are always made for approval for our private clients before making the final product.Our wholesale MQO is flexible.We carefully select our materials in tune with the trend to bring out the best in our designs.For every season since the inception of the brand we use closely related fabrics from around the world that tell story about the designs and origin of the fabric in our collection.

Our customer base falls between 26- 37 year old fashion savvy- professionals mostly living in capital cities.They are made up of loyal customers of lovers of unique items and organized shoppers.

On our social platform network we embrace feedbacks for improvement and good customer service.You can buy missy ewa shoe and bag online at www.missyewa.com
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Sunday, 08 September 2013 16:31

Ocansey Bianchi SS14 “Lost at Sea”

The sea brings us the inspiration for this spring summer 14 relaxed Ocansey Bianchi men/women collections. 
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Thursday, 05 September 2013 22:30

Abercrombie hair - here are the rules!

Staff at Abercrombie and Fitch have been issued with strict guidelines on how they should and shouldn't wear their hair - so what does it take to be part of team Abercrombie?
Published in Fashion
Saturday, 31 August 2013 18:00

How to Draw Like a Fashion Designer

Newham College's Fashion and Textile Museum writes a new book, based on its popular series of drawing classes.
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Saturday, 31 August 2013 09:56

Kitty Ferreira

Kitty Ferreira is a new ethical and sustainable boutique brand using upcycled fabrics and silks eco-dyed by hand with pomegranate and onion skins, producing a beautifully elegant yet edgy print.

Due to the nature of the dying process, each piece made from these silks varies slightly to the next, offering real exclusivity and individuality to every wearer. To further ensure your individuality remains intact, we produce in limited edition numbers.

Each piece is lovingly designed, sampled and produced in this great city, London, offering retailers the opportunity to buy in very small quantities with very short lead times from a low carbon footprint brand.

We also support 'slow fashion' by offering complimentary styles each month, to keep your customers coming back for more and to maximise your sale through rate.

She, the customer, is quietly confident, conscientious and a positive force amongst her peers. She needs a working wardrobe that reflects this; that infuses practicality, high end finishing with sustainable practices. She supports UK manufacturing and delights in seeing beauty inside as well as out- all our pieces are either French seamed or bound throughout. She requires versatility to take her from boardroom to bar; details that quietly differentiate her from the rest; exquisite pieces that quietly asserts her presence with a smile.

We're excited to bring to you this first collection for SS14 and look forward to working with you for AW14.

www.kittyferreira.co.uk
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Thursday, 29 August 2013 21:42

House of Caramel Jones

House of Caramel Jones is a new women's luxury British fashion label.

The company was founded in October 2012 by sister's Sandra and Melanie, who were looking to introduce classic styles with a modern twist into the ready to wear market.

Melanie and Sandra where born and spent their early childhood in North London before moving to south London. Even though the sisters have no prior Fashion industry experience, fashion has always been a passion of theirs. Their desire to design luxury fashion has been the driving force for the creation of House of Caramel Jones.

The Sisters have created their own individual style which embraces femininity and combines classic styles from the vintage era and modern fashion, with the mystery element of fun edgy detail. Their signature back detail brings classic styles to the modern age and keeps their designs current and on trend for the modern women. The sister's desire to create high quality fashion has meant that they have devoted the utmost care and attention to detail, producing excellently crafted apparel. All garments are of the highest quality and are made to give a luxurious fashion experience to their clients.

Brand Profile

House of Caramel Jones uses luxury silk fabrics, classic cuts and fun styles to create deluxe apparel.

Vision - To be an established ready to wear fashion label, with signature pieces that are classic and edgy, yet still sophisticated.

Aim - Inject a sense of fun into the classic trend and to create a fun premium brand.

Mission - To create excellently tailored apparel that embraces femininity, for a luxurious fashion experience.

The image of the brand has been created from modern/vintage era's influences. This combination along with a fine finish and chic style gives the fashion label a sense of elegance, for a timeless look.
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Thursday, 29 August 2013 19:48

Highlight from the Nottinghill Carnival 2013

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Photographs Coutesy of Luigi Petro
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Wednesday, 28 August 2013 14:59

Ricardo Ramos

Colombian born Spanish designer Ricardo Ramos has been doing fashion since his childhood, most of his work is inspired in the identity signs and cultural heritage related to costumes and textiles from different countries all over the world, with special attention to the folk, tribal and indigenous traditions, executed after extensive traveling and deep cultural immersions. Ramos is also concerned about working from a sustainable and ethic perspective believing in recycling as a relevant way to do contemporary fashion since the very start of his career. Globetrottering in more than 45 countries and international studies in Paris/France (Paris American Academy/Fashion), Barcelona/Spain (Barcelona's College of Antique Dealers/Antiquarian in Western Decorative Arts) and Mumbai/India (Lemark Institute/Traditional Indian Textile Design) also workshops in London/UK (Central Saint Martin's/Experimental Fashion Illustration, Westminster/Tailoring Dior &Chanel) gave to Ricardo Ramos his flare to understand fashion from an ethnographic consciousness and a sociological reality instead of the aspirational perspective very common and generalized in the fashion industry.

Ramos' work has been featured in Barcelona (Pasarela Gaudí, BCN Fashion week, BAC/Barcelona Contemporary Art Festival), London (London Fashion Week/London Design Festival), New York (NYFW), Bogotá (Textilmoda, Bogotá Fashion, IFLS), Lodz ( Re-Act), Birmingham (Birmingham Fashion Week) and Berlin (Berlin Fashion Week) among some other cities in the world.
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From mosaic bags to shoes, Cassandra Amoré is a force to be reckoned with in the fashion industry.
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