Monday, 15 September 2014 18:21

Eva Cammarata SS15 London FW

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Monday, 15 September 2014 17:48

Jeetinder Sandhu SS15 London FW

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Monday, 15 September 2014 17:34

Vietinio SS15 London FW

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Monday, 15 September 2014 17:16

Bliss Studio Textile SS15 London FW

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Monday, 15 September 2014 16:44

Temraza SS15 London FW

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Monday, 15 September 2014 16:26

Rachel McMillan SS15 London FW

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Monday, 15 September 2014 15:46

Bjorn Kersten SS15 London FW

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Monday, 15 September 2014 15:28

Adnan Bayyat Avant Garde LFW

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Friday, 22 August 2014 20:42

KENZO in Galeries Lafayette

A few weeks ago, I visited Paris for a short getaway and decided that I wanted to spend my time wisely; shopping and checking out some of the fashion brands I admire the most up-close. I was immediately surrounded by KENZO newest collection at the mall, where I constantly responded, 'I'm just browsing' to the sales team. Luckily, they were very kind and didn't mind that I took some photos of the collection, as I mentioned that I was very inspired.

I've been loving the design of eye-prints ever since I first spotted the 'eye-dress' by Zara. Sadly, as this high street brand is in high demand, I couldn't get my hands on one as they were sold out everywhere! By the time I found one (in my size), everybody has one, so I don't want one anymore. Because I happily purchased an adorable looking eyes print shirt from Lavish Alice a few months ago instead!

Anyway, I'm not usually a lover of the colour green - I'm very picky when it comes to that shade but definitely not a fan of deep green. But as soon as I saw this KENZO jacket with a huge eye-print design on the back, I had to bite my tongue as I fell in love with it! The leather was super soft, and when I looked at the colour properly, it looked so stylish in reality - I'd say this is a head-turning piece indeed! I went a bit crazy over the scarves collection as well, they were also available in red, blue and black eye-print designs! They also had other patterns to choose from as well, such as their iconic tiger print and a colourful abstract print. I love that KENZO never fails to express the artistic side of fashion, that's why it's a definite to be one of my all-time-favourite brand from Paris!
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Written by Fashions Finest blogger Boonya Rodpunyar 
African Fashion Week London 2014 brought natural hair to the forefront of African Fashion.

Natural hair blitzed the runway sending out a message that natural hair is the latest fashion to be reckoned when dressing to impress. But it seemed that this amazing fashion was picked up by some of the attendees at the show that also did their homework to expressing their individual style. Donning the natural hair gave a genuine feel of African fashion and style with Afros, braiding and hair-ties that groomed African influenced designs throughout the first day at African Fashion Week London 2014.
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Event Styling by Malaika Mwaniki, Fashions Finest

Direction of Hair Team, Allan Henry, House of Glamour

Direction of Makeup Team Abbie May Hopkins

Designers: 
Fareemah
Mia by Mia Nesbit
Dearcurves
Thora Jewels
Kass Kouture

To see the entire collections from African Fashion Week London 2014, visit the gallery page on the Fashions Finest website.