Wednesday, 28 October 2020 16:09

Project To Celebrate British Black Fashion & Culture

The British Fashion Council (BFC)’s Institute of Positive Fashion (IPF) announces its second project, The Missing Thread, in partnership with the Black Oriented Legacy Development Agency (BOLD).

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Tuesday, 20 October 2020 16:55

KAIKORERO To Be Represented By Totem Fashion

Totem Fashion are pleased to announce that they are now representing the label KAIKORERO.

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The British Fashion Council (BFC) is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2020 BFC MA Scholarship schemes.

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Sunday, 16 February 2020 19:35

Lizzy Brady - Feb 2020

Lizzy Brady's collection at Fashions Finest during London Fashion Week 15th February 2020.

Styling & makeup concept: Kim Able
Hair Team: R.E.A.L Hair
Makeup Team: Academy of Freelance Makeup Artists
Nails Team: Julie Bryan & Co
Photographer: Joanna Mitroi
© Fashions Finest 2020

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Wednesday, 22 January 2020 14:49

Desree & Sabina London

Desree & Sabina London brand is inspired by the hues of nature, merging the bold and the delicate.

The brand came together through two friends who studied fashion textiles at the university of the creative arts in London. Although their styles are very different, they complement each other through their love of fashion and creating pieces that inspire. All the patterns, prints and final designs are done in-house giving them a personal touch.

Desree & Sabina London website will be launching soon

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Thursday, 24 October 2019 15:14

Fashions Finest Aw20 Applications Are Open

Hailed as one of the most exciting bi-annual events of the year.

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Sunday, 29 September 2019 15:29

KISS A RAINBOW UNDER YOUR SKIN

Alianna Liu's SS2020 collection is inspired by her cats.

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Tuesday, 17 September 2019 13:56

Evelina Anglickaite SS20

Evelina Anglickaite SS20 collection at Fashions Finest during London Fashion Week 14th September 2019.

Styling Team: Kim Able, David Johnson
SS20 makeup concept - Kim Able
Hair Team: David Rae Hair
Makeup Team: Academy of Freelance Makeup Artists
Nails: Julie Bryan & Team
Photographer: Joanna Mitroi
© Fashions Finest 2019

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Thursday, 05 September 2019 13:56

Emma Banister

Emma Banister has recently graduated from Norwich University of the Arts where she completed a Fashion Design and Textiles degree. Her designs and graduate collection were characterised by the use of unorthodox materials such as rope and expired parachutes. The utilisation of these sustainable and unique fabrics caused her designs to have a great texture and form. The inspiration for her designs came from the sea and the flow and structure of her designs reflect that. This young designer has showcased great skill in creating stunning pieces from neglected materials and aims to keep sustainability at the forefront of her designs.  

Instagram: www.instagram.com/banisterfashion

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Friday, 16 August 2019 18:14

Rose Brown

Rose Brown grew up in Welsh countryside and graduated from the Manchester School of Art in 2018. Her goal is to create things that are truly never seen before, using unconventional textiles and concepts derived from the weird and wonderful place that is the inside of her head. She strives to find out what it means to be truly different and to be it.

Her collection is called Aprés Lunar, which means ‘After the Moon’. Taking inspiration from 1980s skiers and WW2 flight suits, it brings the excitement of adventure from the Space Race, back to the 21st century.

The main inspiration is a light art installation by Christopher Schardt, which was displayed at the festival Burning Man. The piece is called ‘Firmament’ consisting of a series of LEDs, draped in triangular form across the sky.

This inspired her angular pattern cut and her use of reflective materials that represent electric light.

Her realisation moment was when she was dancing on a stable in the French Alps. It helped her to understand how skiwear can morph into party wear and vice versa. She had to live it, to make it.

Each look has reflective properties that come to life under the flash of a camera, transforming the collection. Her metallic spacemen dance the night away, lighting up the slopes as the go.

The six look collection is a glowing series of blues, coppers, silvers and metallics. It is outerwear heavy, mixed with shining leggings, scuba tops and salopettes. She made her own fabric by bonding aluminium and copper onto cottons to create garments treading the line between wearable and unwearable.

After graduating, she was selected and flown to China for the International Youth design competition (IYCD) in the Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology. She has also attended charity fashion shows with her collection, in London, Glasgow, Manchester and Wolverhampton. Glasgow raised £34,139 for Simon Community Scotland. 

She now has a studio space so that she can continue her work, with a new collection to be released AW19.

Instagram: rosebrownlangtry

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