Hailing all the way from Kathmandu in the Himalayas, Mishu Shrestha is the first-ever Nepalese designer to take part in London Fashion Week.
Textiles and patterns speak of cultures and connect people at the antipodes under the sign of fashion. NaRaYa does it from Thailand and it is ready to hit the global market.
La Métamorphe presents their newest haute couture collection for the season Autumn/Winter 2022/23 and tells a secret: "Le Secret d’Empédocle".
We love and admire how fierce this brand is against fashion waste. Look out for this London based brand April & Alex presenting the ‘Ferox’ collection, inspired by all women breaking through the glass ceiling.
A collaboration between fashion and technology is becoming an emerging trend. We witnessed a lot of digital showcases during Fashion week, some designers really stood out and made the most out of technology, one of them is JENN LEE.
Recent graduate, Elisha Quarman, showcased her final year project at Fashions Finest LFW event.
Having studied Contour design for 3 years at De Montfort University, Leicester, the only UK university to have this specialisation, she became interested in lingerie and the potential of leather as an intimate material.
The structure and the material of the designs are intended to empower women through lingerie.
Photographer Joanna Mitroi
Quarman also plays on the conventions of lingerie through incorporating historical Chinese symbols. She says that the figurative symbols she incorporates into the leather material hints at the history of desexualisation of women in China. Collating the contours of lingerie, the fetish material of leather, and a historical context of desexualisation, Quarman subtly challenges the material history of women’s global battle with oversexualisation and desexualisation.
Monsoon is excited to announce the opening of its new boutique store concept, located in the heart of London on Marylebone High Street.
The designers of the brand La Metamorphose chose March 8, International Women's Day, to reveal their AW ready-to-wear collection at Paris Fashion week.
Spanish designer Leandro Cano is launching a capsule collection designed in collaboration with manufacturing companies Mas Telas and Label Graine.