Wednesday, 21 September 2016 11:48

US Fashion Source Collective SS17


Marianna Harutunian
Metamorph Quirky Couture
Diamonds are Forever
Fiori Couture
JZJ Couture
Iwona Luka
Rob Bacon
B Dodi
Marita Moreno
Gufo Wear
Reka Orosz

Credit: Mikey San Photography

Published in Fashion Week

Fashions Finest is an established leading international platform for new and emerging designers taking place from Saturday, the 17th of September to Sunday, the 18th of September 2016 during London Fashion Week at the Cornwall and Crown Suite, Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen Street, Holborn, London (nearest tube Covent Garden or Holborn). Doors Open at 1.00pm.

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Chanel’s Cruise 2015/2016 fashion trends are claimed to be heavily influenced by the Korean designs. There was a catwalk show conducted in Seoul last year where collections of Chanel’s Cruise 2015/2016 were presented along a colorful inter-seasonal line. Here are some of the fashion trends which somewhat bring similarities between Chanel’s Cruise 2015/2016 collections and Korean designs:

1. The Jogakbo Tradition – The Patchwork

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One of the famous fashion clothing trends is the tradition of Jogakbo or in other words, patchwork. It’s definitely inspired by the Korean culture. Its colorful pattern was presented in Chanel’s Cruise 2015/2016 with an oversized flower button. Celebratory stripes are also used in this dress.

2. The Pink Petal Dress


This show also featured a traditional Hanbok in a highly fashionable and trendy manner. It was a petal and pastel pink dress which also included a black trim. There are also many other dresses which also are inspired from traditional Korean dresses.

3. Jeogori

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It’s a conventional jacket which offers the appearance of an extreme empire waist. It is often worn with the traditional hanbok.

Here are a few more fashion trends of Chanel’s Cruise 2015/2016 from Korean culture:



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Published in FF Loves
Wednesday, 23 March 2016 18:40

Britain's Top Designer S4

Fashions Finest held residence at the Grand Connaught Rooms in 61-65 Great Queen Street, Holborn, London.

QVC fashion expert and TV & Radio presenter Laura Naylor host the acclaimed Britain's Top Designer Awards on the night.

Front row were Charley Monroe (X-factor), Actress Kelly Adams – (Hustle, Selfridges), Miss England, Princes Trust Ambassador Lewis-Duncan Weedon (Princess Trust Ambassador & celebrity), who showed their support to Britain’s emerging design talent.

At 8 pm head judge celebrity stylist Bernard Connolly was joined by Princes Trust Ambassador and celebrity stylist Lewis-Duncan Weedon, presenter and stylist Lola Royle and fashion expert publicist Melanie Jones from the eponymous Melanie Jones PR agency.

Designer Helen Woollams of Hellavagirl received the Britain’s Top Designer Award and won judges over with an unconventional, innovative and opulent collection inspired by Hitchcock’s Birds for her visionary collection.

Designers: Little Hill People, Kited Fashion, Deada Designs, Daniel Chu, Haus of Ra, Made of Carpet, Hellavagirl.

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Published in Fashion
Monday, 12 October 2015 15:21

Paris Fashion Week Highlights

Paris Fashion Week is over for another year, with dozens of designers showing off their latest pieces for spring/summer 2016 and countless stand out moments from the catwalk.

Published in Shows
Thursday, 24 September 2015 09:40

Dea London SS16 London Fashion Week

Photographer: Mikey San Photography

Published in Fashion Week
Tuesday, 11 August 2015 10:23

NODE appoints Felicities

Contemporary shoe brand NODE is founded on three key principles: concept, design and craftsmanship.

Published in News
Tuesday, 16 June 2015 21:05

The Design House

The Design House, is a hub of Irish fashion and design, offering cutting edge fashion, jewellery, bridal, vintage and a variety of crafts. Housed in a fabulous Georgian building, a space where over 50 Irish designers, 60 craft designers and 16 artists live out their creative dreams.

The concept of the Design House is to bring together designers, craftspeople and artists, in a space where they can create, meet with prospective clients and retail their products to a wide range of customers.

Having just celebrated the success of their summer 2015 Fashion Show in partnership with The Mater Foundation (official charity for the Mater Hospital –Dublin)

The show offered attendees a peek into this seasons latest limited edition looks ranging from daywear, accessories, occasion wear and bridal.
Here are some of the highlights from the show


Wedding dress by Evelyn Campbell

Evelyn Campbell started her design career with her Street wear fashion labels, Rich Clothing Company, Pump, and Bodyline. Her focus now has shifted towards bridal and special occasion wear creating unique and individualized garments for the lady that walks by her own tune.


Dress by Golden Stitch

Ginan Abbas, originally from Iraq, has lived in Ireland for 14 years. Her designs are inspired by nature and beautiful fabrics. Ginan wants women to feel beautiful, because she feels that, ‘There is so much pressure on women to conform to the perfect body shape’. She wants them to celebrate their body shape by designing pieces that fits them rather than the other way around. ‘I create unique and unusual pieces that will stand out from the norm but which fit the wearer perfectly.’


Dress by B Fashion Design and Hat by Mark Garvie Millinery

B fashion Design is a fashion design label by Bébhinn Flood. Bébhinn graduated from the Limerick Institute of Technology with a BA (Hons) in Fashion Design in 2004. After qualifying, Bébhinn gained experience of couture fashion, working with noted designers such as John Rocha, Joanne Hayes and Carol Smith. Subsequent to that Bébhinn worked in the mass market side of the trade as a designer at Max Pierre. Her designs can be described as modern vintage chic, integrating classic craft techniques with modern fabrics to create unique modern pieces that are fun, wearable, practical, quirky and unique yet still graceful, elegant and definitively feminine.

Mark Garvie Millinery, having trained as a bespoke milliner in the UK and Ireland after leaving the world of floristry where he was an international award winning floral designer. His designs are inspired his floral designs, architecture, art, sculpture and nature.

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Kimonos by Kimono Queen, yellow gown by The Golden Stitch, and colourful gown by B Fashion Design


Bags from The Designer Exchange and tights from Tights Department

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Find out more about these new Rising stars and the Design house @

Images courtesy of The Design House

Published in Lizelle Joseph
Wednesday, 10 June 2015 22:47

The Clothes Show Live 2015

The Clothes Show, where the line up of brands, boutiques, celebrities and inspirational stage features are more glittering than ever before.

Published in News
Monday, 11 May 2015 10:12

Met Gala 2015

The Costume Institute Gala held at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the biggest nights in the fashion calendar.

Published in Celebrity Style
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