Fashions Finest Reporter

Friday, 12 August 2011 23:12

Model Behaviour?

Catwalking her way to prison...


Amy Winehouse 27 was found dead yesterday after a suspected drink and drugs binge.
Wednesday, 01 June 2011 00:40


Jose Rui LOpes was born in Luanda, Angola and is a son of one of the most prestigious couturiers in the country in the 80s.

He left to Zimbabwe in 1999 where he settled and enrolled in Amazing Fashion School, a local house of designers in Harare. In 2002, settled his own atelier designing for locals and foreign clients and in 2004 showcased his first collection at Cotton Fashion Fair. While at the Amazing Fashion School, enrolled at Thomson Education Direct from USA where he was also a fashion design student, a distance learning course.

In 2005 returned home and has been showcasing his work mostly in the neighbouring countries working for men's and women's range.

He owns Rui LOpes and Afrikanus brands. The first has been used for glamour outfits and second one for the African trends.

Since his arrival in Angola, has been invited for many fashion shows nationwide, tv presentations and talk shows.

Showasing at Fashions Finest London Fashion Week show September 2011
Friday, 13 May 2011 20:31


Anam Naseer works smart. Following natures pattern she takes simplicity as her principle, then, branching into symmetry and sometimes manipulating asymmetry, she achieves the sublime.

Leading fashion designers, top models, textile manufacturers and luxury brands compete for Scotland’s most coveted fashion award, as Scottish fashion awards reveal 2011 nominations Glasgow, Scotland.

Monday, 11 April 2011 17:57

Fée Uhssi Designs

Fée Uhssi Designs is an ethical and multicultural fashion label offering womens wear created by combining African and European high quality fabrics.
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 12:50

Adopted Culture

Adopted Culture by Nana Afua is simply embracing different cultural values, style and originality to form on piece through fashion. The name 'adopted Culture' is to experience the unique and originality of bringing different cultural designs together and making it fashion.

Adopted Culture theme ideas was inspired from John Galliano, Kofi Ansah and Leigh Bowery, quite fascinate especially with Galliano's trend on how he depicts different cultural textiles and style it up to make a dress, it really inspired the whole concept and theme ideas. Kofi Ansah ideas was also a big influence in this designing piece as more of adopted culture trends has to do with colorful pallets which normally reflects his designs as well.

Adopted Culture has positive vibe with a funky twist as well as theatrical inspiration from Leigh Bowery which is going to go a long way in the fashion industry with its upcoming designs. The collection ranges from sizzling evening wear to couture, promoting fashion through unity with different cultural style and designed for today's woman to embrace curves and appreciate their wonderful body in every style.
The British Fashion Council (BFC) has now opened applications for designers to participate in London Fashion Week September 2011.
Thursday, 17 March 2011 20:03

Razorlight's BIG London Show

Razorlight have announced they will be playing a BIG London show this Summer, with details yet to be disclosed.
Friday, 11 March 2011 13:46

Asian Network Award Winners

Find out who won the Asian network Awards 2011.
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