Wednesday, 23 March 2016 18:40

Britain's Top Designer S4

Fashions Finest held residence at the Grand Connaught Rooms in 61-65 Great Queen Street, Holborn, London.

QVC fashion expert and TV & Radio presenter Laura Naylor host the acclaimed Britain's Top Designer Awards on the night.

Front row were Charley Monroe (X-factor), Actress Kelly Adams – (Hustle, Selfridges), Miss England, Princes Trust Ambassador Lewis-Duncan Weedon (Princess Trust Ambassador & celebrity), who showed their support to Britain’s emerging design talent.

At 8 pm head judge celebrity stylist Bernard Connolly was joined by Princes Trust Ambassador and celebrity stylist Lewis-Duncan Weedon, presenter and stylist Lola Royle and fashion expert publicist Melanie Jones from the eponymous Melanie Jones PR agency.

Designer Helen Woollams of Hellavagirl received the Britain’s Top Designer Award and won judges over with an unconventional, innovative and opulent collection inspired by Hitchcock’s Birds for her visionary collection.

Designers: Little Hill People, Kited Fashion, Deada Designs, Daniel Chu, Haus of Ra, Made of Carpet, Hellavagirl.

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Published in Videos
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.
Published in News
Friday, 21 September 2012 17:33

Judges & Guests at BTD 2012

Judges and guests mingling at the recent Britain's Top Designer Competition at The Westbury in Mayfair.

Photo Credit: Trevor Griffiths iDeLick Media 
Published in Gallery
The generous folks at Next in conjunction with Glitz and Grime are giving bloggers a chance to win £500 worth of Next vouchers. All you have to do is create a post like this one, showing which items from Next's collection you love and post a comment on Glitz and Grime's post, linking back to your post.

Check out some of my favorite pieces from Next's summer collection selection which is inspired by the lack of tropical weather in the UK at the moment. I Have mixed bright colours with fun prints in classic shapes for versatility which means that pieces can be mixed and matched with other items in my wardrobe and with a bit of styling, will adapt to suit any occasion.


Outfit One

• Printed Bandeau Maxi Dress £26
• Metallic Rope Wedge Sandals £40

Outfit Two

• Magenta Patent Extreme £36
• Scarf Print Sleeveless £26
• Lift And Shape Skinny Jeans £42

Outfit Three

• Crepe Cowl Neck Dress £45
• Colour Block Wedges £40

Outfit Four

• Scarf Print Dress £48
• Navy Elastic Two Part Wedges £30

Outfit Five

• Lipsy Scallop Denim Tie Front Top £25
• Lift And Shape Skinny Jeans £42
• Floral Print Wedge Sandals £38
Published in Blog
Thursday, 21 April 2011 13:43

Optimistic By Paul Smith

We live in changing times, and with change, comes a degree of uncertainty.
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