Friday, 21 February 2020 14:13

Hottest Menswear Pieces to Own for Spring 2020

Whether you love fashion or not, spring is about self-expression and creativity. 

Published in Fashion
Tuesday, 18 February 2020 18:43

Your Quick Chic Guide to Moving Fashion

Who says you’ve got to look off just because you’re conducting a move? You can pull off your OOTD (Outfit of the Day) during your move - be it during the planning, packing, unpacking, or even the moving day itself. Fight off messy and haggard moving days with the right approach to fashion and attention to detail. That’s right, you can pull off an amazing move while looking hip, chic, and trendy. Get your OOTD and hashtag game on! So, how exactly should we approach your chic look? Here are some quick tips:

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Go dressed for purpose, not style. While a lot of fashionistas may advise us to dress to impress when we dress up, we might have to change the approach during the move. While usual fashion allows us to dress how we want, we’ve got to think about practicality when doing a move. Remember, you have to pack clothes at some point during the move, meaning you have to organize clothes you wear. When you pick clothes, wear the ones that can emphasize your personality but at the same time let others know your agenda. If you have any other formal engagements, such as contract signing, you should reserve smart casual clothes. Meanwhile, reserve comfy clothes for quick trips to recreational places.

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Make makeup as simple as possible. We know, makeup is extremely essential to our entire fashion routine. We don’t just want our clothes to be good, we want to look good as well. Thing is, too much makeup can be extremely bothersome for heavy tasks, especially for moves. This takes too long to make, and not too easy to move. What we should do is instead stick to a simpler routine - go for a simple foundation and blush combo to look “natural” and add the occasional contour and modifications to emphasize your facial assets. Try to stay away from complicated routines, as they can just waste your time when you get tired, and you could end up ruining your make-up if you get hot during the move.

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Work with your usual routine, especially with your fitness and skincare. When we talk about fashion, we can’t neglect our personal health. A huge part of what makes good fashion “great” is when your body can actually pull off the clothes and makeup you want to wear. This relies on maintaining good fitness and skincare. Before you push through with your move, don’t forget to check how you can adjust your usual workout routine, and see how you can maintain your skincare routine while you’re busy planning for your move. Maintain a good moisturizer routine, and don't forget your sunscreen as well!

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Pick clothes you can move around in. There’s a reason why movers and workers from moving companies usually wear the same kind of outfit, and that’s to be able to move around quicker and faster. That’s why they wear shirts with logos, pants, or even vests. These are designed to let clients and outsiders know about their work in a simple aesthetic fashion, but at the same time allow them to work comfortably. Try to apply this to your fashion - when you dress for your move, don’t over complicate your clothes. Wear simple clothes that emphasize your figure or best features without constricting your movement.
With the above tips in mind, you can now have a hassle-free moving experience...and without ruining your fashion sense! Just remember, fashion is meant to be flexible. This means you shouldn’t be afraid to maximize the tools you have and the clothes you own to make your own personal fashion work for your benefit. The point of your fashion is to make sure you look as confident and as stunning as possible, but without all of the hassle.
Published in Blog
Monday, 17 February 2020 21:54

Zahra Liman - Feb 2020

Zahra Liman'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

Published in Gallery
Monday, 17 February 2020 21:26

Desree & Sabina - Feb 2020

Desree & Sabina'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

Published in Gallery
Monday, 17 February 2020 20:49

Evelina Anglickaite - Feb 2020

Evelina Anglickaite'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

Published in Gallery
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

Published in Gallery
Sunday, 16 February 2020 18:47

Lara Lavine - Feb 2020

Lara Lavine'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

Published in Gallery
Saturday, 08 February 2020 16:28

How Fashion Transcended the Culture Divide

For the last few decades, the global fashion industry has been an important driver of development worldwide.

Published in News
Wednesday, 12 February 2020 14:33

Steve O Smith Re-Imagines

For this collection, Steve O Smith re-imagines a beautiful selection of signature styles that focus on fine detail, high quality, beautiful tailoring and expert craftsmanship.
Published in Fashion
Friday, 31 January 2020 14:33

Karen Gold

London based designer Karen Gold graduated with a Law and Business Management degree in 2007 from London Metropolitan University. Karen Gold is noted for her signature style of designing sharp tailoring of classic styles that evoke radiance. Her style became immediately apparent in her first womenswear collection in 2015.

Her desire to regain her power as an individual and to break free from the norm  led her to attend a stitching course at ASOS Stitching Academy with Fashion Enter and there she found the freedom to express herself through fashion leading to the creation of her first signature collection of Jackets with interchangeable lapels that didn’t confine you to one style. In 2017, the designer debuted her menswear collection under her eponymous brand label.

Karen Gold’s collections include women and men’s ready-to-wear usually in limited editions. Her pieces are set to make you look and feel radiant by updating the classics for a timeless trans seasonal wardrobe through the fit, the fabric and the style. Karen Gold’s collections have been shown at various seasons at London Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week, New York, Afrimma Dallas, Source British Los Angeles and Scotland International Fashion Festival where she received an award of excellence.

In her quest for sustainable fashion, Karen Gold launched a new handmade collection of aspirational styles in 2018.  She prides herself in her ethical handmade collection made from an inimitable fabric handwoven from cotton and silk by local artisans in Africa.  This edit significantly tells a story about the strength, perseverance and resilience of women in Africa, a story that will transcend to unborn generations thereby keeping the art alive. As a result of her sustainable practice, Karen Gold awakens Africa’s authenticity and power through Africa’s women and with every piece sold, Karen Gold gives back to the community of weavers empowering them on the dynamism of their heritage and culture.

Karen Gold’s handwoven collection adapted the designer’s eco-friendly ethos and have since expanded into classic styles for everyday wear. Also, her commitment to sustainability is evident throughout all her collections which is part of the brand’s ethos to be a company that is responsible and transparent.

Website: www.karengold.london

Published in Designers