Friday, 25 January 2013 02:45

FF Awards 2012 - Documentary Part 1 of 4

Fly on the wall documentary of the 2012 Fashions Finest Awards which took place at the City of Westminster College. The Awards were established to recognise undiscovered talent within the fashion industry.
Friday, 25 January 2013 02:34

FF Awards 2012 - Documentary Part 3 of 4

Fly on the wall documentary of the 2012 Fashions Finest Awards which took place at the City of Westminster College. The Awards were established to recognise undiscovered talent within the fashion industry.
Wednesday, 26 December 2012 21:44

The Gambia Rides the Fashion4Africa Tidal Wave

The Gambia is known around the world as the smiling coast of Africa due to its lovely coastal, sandy beaches and warm hospitable people who like the weather are a ray of sunshine.
Monday, 19 November 2012 23:56

ASOS meets Ellie Goulding

ASOS chats to the indie-electro sensation and hears all about what makes her #BestNightEver. From her first fashion memory, to what inspires her on-stage looks, and about the time she gigged with Bjork, a choir and Diplo at a hotel in Costa Rica.
Monday, 19 November 2012 23:51

ASOS meets Charlotte Free

ASOS meets the renegade supermodel and finds out what makes her #BestNightEver -- from what inspires her, to what her finest fashion moments are, and what the most treasured item in her wardrobe is.
Monday, 19 November 2012 23:32

ASOS meets Azealia Banks

ASOS chats to maverick rapper Azealia Banks about what makes her #BestNightEver. Find out where her love of fashion comes from, how she made it in the music industry, and about an epic fashion disaster with a home-made jeans skirt.
Tuesday, 13 November 2012 02:15

Fashions Finest Awards 2012

2nd Annual Fashions Finest Awards 2012. Second annual Fashions Finest Awards at The City of Westminster College, Sarah Siddon Theatre. Awards for Designers, Make up artist, stylish, Models, Accessory Designer, Designer of The Year, Photography and Fashion Icon of The Year.

©See Li (Phototoday2008)

Sola Oyebade aka Mr Mahogany, the CEO of Mahogany International (a leading fashion company) accuses the British Fashion Council of only awarding the mainstream designers. In this controversial statement he made whilst we filmed the red carpet of the Fashion Finest awards, Mr Oyebade said: "when we look at what the British Fashion Council did, which is the major award in the United Kingdom, we found very simply that if you weren't a mainstream name, if you weren't a top player, if you weren't from a background of money, you weren't going to get there."

The Fashions Finest Awards was set up last year to celebrate the unsung talent within the fashion industry. There are plenty of designers and models within the UK indsutry who had produced great work and this show was there to acknowledge their efforts.

Sola Oyebade aka Mr Mahogany, the CEO of Mahogany International (a leading fashion company) accuses the British Fashion Council of only awarding the mainstream designers.

Friday, 12 October 2012 19:22

Could your love of fashion make you money?

Tracy Martin, TV's fashion collectables expert, believes that thanks to a number of designer collaborations, the high street is a potential goldmine of collectable clothes that over time will significantly go up in value as long as they are stored and looked after properly.

According to new research by Big Yellow Self Storage, nearly two thirds of people consider their clothes to be throw-away items rather than something that could make money in a few months.

By following a few simple steps, Brits can significantly up-weight their income by turning their fashion into a fortune.