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Alex Wek at London Fashion Week S/S 12 wearing design by DAS Collection
Rosemary Chileshe, BEFFTA Presenter wearing Clariscia Gill Couture at the BEFTTA Nomination Event at 59 Berkley Square, Mayfair.
Adebayo Jones Presenter at the BEFTTA Nomination Event with members of the media world.
Hillary Alexandra from the Daily Telegraph has been a driving force to British fashion. She picked out Trevor Fogah Griffiths to publish a selection of his images taken earlier this year at the Graduate Fashion Week 2012, Earls Court, London.
Model Kitu in a design by Clariscia Gill of Mayfair
Rolana Moyaah of Moyaah Design showing her collection at Free Range, London in 2012.
Images by Trevor Fogah Griffiths, iDeLick Media
Pandemonia attended Fashions Finest off schedule solo show by Luna Sky.
Photo Credit: Trevor Griffiths iDeLick Media
Mid season sees Fearne designing a sophisticated collection of partywear, with key pieces such as the cowl neck maxi gown, £85. In a vibrant violet colour, this maxi dress features statement embellishment with a subtle vintage twist.
Throughout Fearne's time at Very.co.uk, her collections remain to have an eclectic nod to various decades of time, from the metallic shift dress reminiscent of Debbie Harry,£49, the circle appliqué 60's dress which screams Twiggy,£49 to a sultry red figure hugging Mad Men-esq mini dress, £55.
The faux fur coat encapsulates the different vintage influences by remaining a timeless classic. A garment which has been in style throughout the 20th Century and in to the 21st century. Fearne's addition of large patch pockets and collarless design adds a modern twist to an essential wardrobe staple.
Jameela Jamil launched her first collection with Very.co.uk back in May, her mid season range is a strong addition to the individual style we saw in Jameela's AW range.
The palette of red, blue, black and cream brings the range of girly prom dresses, and androgynous tailoring into an alternative and edgy way of dressing for Christmas. Her wide leg jumpsuit, £49 is finished of with a quirky dungaree style braces, teamed with her tailored puff sleeve shirt, this is one of the key looks from Jameela's collection.
Keeping the winter season casual and cool, Jameela's range also ticks the boxes with a cobalt blue knitted cropped jumper, £29 and high waisted polka dot shorts, £29.
Known for her glamorous style, Holly Willoughby's mid season range does not disappoint when it comes to evening wear. Her collection of floor length embellished gowns in luxurious fabrics positions Holly's range at the forefront for opulent Christmas dressing from £89.
For something a little more toned down, Holly's range also showcases more casual day dresses whilst maintaining a strong sense of style. The pleat shoulder pencil dress is cut-to-curve and stands out in a strong teal blue colour,£59 while the floral printed jersey dress is feminine and easy to wear, £39.
Visit Very.co.uk to see the full collections from Fearne, Holly and Jameela and indulge in some glamorous winter dressing.
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It's a myth to believe that this head piece is, or should be locked up away as an old-fashion item. Thanks to the likes of Knowles and Ambrose, a new pattern has been set and the head scarf revived. Its timeless quality may be the reason for its sustained relevance amid the changing seasons of fashion. Gone are the days where head scarves amongst the African community are only pulled out for religious reasons and celebration events. They have now been moulded into fashion's flexible characteristics of street, urban, retro chic and much more. Did I mention its economically viable? I don't know how many wardrobe pieces can maintain its flavour and remain conveniently accessible to all like that of the head wrap. Maybe its because its a hand-styled item (now as a turban) and so can adapt to any fashion rhythm. It has moved from the traditional borders of Africa, to the shores of high fashion. Check out Miss Knowles working fashion's favourite hair piece, in all different shapes and sizes.
Celebrity Stylist June Ambrose seen here in her turban number.
Solange (photographed by Patrik Sehlstedt Realisation)
For her head wrap she wears a silk scarf by Louis Vuitton. There is something both captivating yet liberating about this piece; the silk touch and heavily adorned neck suggests royalty, while the over-sized denim jacket and cut-out t-shirt gives a rugged and urban feel to the outfit. Simply, the LV head piece has been a main transformer tool for this shoot.
Even when off official duty, Solange has never been off style duty! (source www.sandrarose.com)
Solange seen here again sporting the same jacket with Michelle Williams. (source www.sandrarose.com)
The head-band style is especially good for those grown-out-braids days when you want to keep those roots under cover.
Nothing says Afro-queen better than bold, long braids and a beautifully fitted ankara head piece. It also has a bohemian feel to it. (Sources naughtsnotcrosses).
Solange on vacation earlier this year with her son Julez
I love this retro-like piece. A colourful head piece can sometimes replace the need for an over-done jewellery set or hand-bag choice.
Solange did it again with complementing outfit with head piece. For those days you want to work the natural hair, let the head wrap do all the work! (source www.sandrarose.com)
Don't be afraid to mix your elegant outfit and heels, with a boyish rugged look. This bandanna looking piece won me over with the leopard print details. This season, with print, you win!
If you don't have a head mannequin to use, I suggest practising head scarf tying on a willing friend. There are many ways to tie a head-scarf and practising is a great way to master your own technique. If you are completely lost, simply google ideas for styling with head scarves.
Photo credit: Terry Richardson
Rihanna wore a Tom Ford autumn/winter 2012-13 backless gown with Christian Louboutin heels.
Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn - who both wore dresses by Burberry Prorsum.
Joan Smalls - wearing Balmain - with the designer Olivier Rousteing.