Tuesday, 10 July 2018 12:59

Hope Macaulay

Hope Macaulay is an exciting and bold new luxury womenswear brand by an emerging Northern Irish designer.

Hope creates large expressive collaged paintings and transforms them into prints, combined with detailed beadings and knit to create her garments. She also creates her own embellishments, inspired by her passion for ceramic making, using Fimo clay and various fabrics and beads combined together. Hope's graduate collection, A Surreal Rome, featured at Graduate Fashion Week in London, is not a representation of reality but a world in which you may find in your dreams, inspired by the history, myths and art of Rome. She created her own mythical beings in a hallucinatory world through large expressive paintings and distorted, collage photographs. These have been combined into colourful busy prints, detailed beadings and chunky knits to create a powerful visual of A Surreal Rome within the garments.

Hope Macaulay garments are busy, bold and colourful experiences, each telling a surreal story.

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Tuesday, 10 July 2018 11:20

Misora Nakamori

Tokyo-born currently Paris-based designer Misora Nakamori studied fashion at the ROYAL academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp and she got her name known in public by one of the world fashion-icon Lady gaga when she appeared in media with Misora’s collection on. To pursue her raw spirits of craftsmanship and consolidate her creativity, she moved to London and, by experiments in different skills at many workshops such as metal work, wood, resin, laser and rapid forms, Misora established her sense of hybrid in the exquisite combination of technology and hand-made crafts.

This experience led her successful presentation of a multi-disciplinary collection that includes footwear and accessories all done by herself at her master degree in womenswear at RCA in 2018. She has been working closely with a Japanese 3D printer, Aspect ltd. as one of her mission to suggest modern design in the new generation and this journey can be seen in her collections.

The application of varied materials represent the strong image of her world and delicate creativity with her sophisticated cuttings is always appreciated by the viewers. Her bold yet luxury design embrace fashion and other fields. She announced that she officially starts her label from SS19 at London fashion week.

www.misoranakamori.com

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Monday, 09 July 2018 14:06

Lian Cara

Lian Cara is a womenswear designer from Carmarthenshire, South Wales who was fortunate enough to have her work showcased for three consecutive months as a designer profile in British Vogue. Following this success, Lian Cara new ready to wear collection, takes its inspiration from her recent high-end collection, Natural Reflection.

As a designer, creating pattern through the construction of a garment, rather than using traditional methods such as print, has always inspired the work of Lian Cara. More recently, she has combined this design concept with Laser cutting to create intricate design details and cut-outs.

Inspired by the natural beauty around her Welsh hometown of Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, Lian Cara takes her inspiration from the natural shapes and textures found amongst the Welsh countryside.

www.liancara.com

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Sunday, 08 July 2018 15:36

Glamour Hunter

Glamour Hunter is the definition of high fashion that masters the art of creating handmade couture outfits.

Textured, romantic and incredibly unique, the Glamour Hunter collections celebrate the feminine figure in a sophisticated, majestic and elegant way.

Glamour Hunter specialized in Haute Couture and Prêt-à-porter, you can find wedding dresses, evening dresses as well as a prêt-a-porter commercial clothing line, all embellished with creativity, precision and sophistication made from high-quality, expensive fabric and sewn with extreme attention to detail.

The collection is characterized by 3 lines:

The ALPHA line with enchanting details, exquisite laces and flowered embroidery that give the dresses a dreamlike quality taking you back to the 19th century.

The BETTA line offering a large variety of evening dresses that flatter your body in perfect gracefulness. The collections elegantly take you away to a place of serenity making them versatile for both vintage and contemporary occasions.

If you want to stand out from the crowd, The GAMMA Line embraces classical with modern pieces, in an explosion of colours, ideal for a ceremony, but also for any other occasion, elegant, a cocktail or a gala dinner.

Glamour Hunter's collections are a visual feast of finely crafted attire, perfectly tailored to adorn your beautiful physic and reveal your inner goddess.

Glamour Hunter designs magnificence and luxurious accessories and jewellery collections, specially created with superlative quality, also inspired by the Victorian era, made to complement your dress. These elegant designs are the culmination of the finest talent and the height of luxury.

Each piece of jewellery is designed with originality, exuding sophistication, managing to transmute you back in the Renaissance era where opulence was the main tendency.

www.glamourhunter.es

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Sunday, 08 July 2018 12:45

Gauhar Ali

Gauhar Ali is a fashion designer originally from Pakistan and a recent graduate of the prestigious school of fashion in Florence. She was lately a selected candidate amongst 20 other designers for her graduation show.

Her day to day life plays a huge role in the development of her ideas/concepts. She feels are there are certain things and visual picture that ignite a spark in her imagination. Life experiences are like a big reservoir for other design inspiration. The more traveling and experiences, the better she can translate her ideas into real designs and eventually actual garments. Art and history are definitely elements that serve as her inspiration. Current/social day affairs also impact her thinking and therefore further translation of her designs.

It's like she’s narrating her own story through her clothes.

Moods and emotions greatly impact her aesthetic. She refers to vintage garments to help in creating her silhouettes and while looking for new patterns. Draped silhouettes, flowing cuts and Avant Garde tailoring are all a part of her work. From the use of bold coloured fabrics to various embroided/printed materials; her clothes are a fusion or oriental tones and western chic.

Magazines such as Vogue Italia and Fucking Young have also featured her latest work.

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Fashion Enter partners with Fashions Finest, one of the largest off-schedule shows during London Fashion Week for its SS19 season.

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After a successful launch in Nigeria, Fashions Finest is set for its 16th season during London Fashion Week.

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Friday, 23 February 2018 08:57

Peter Twiss London AW18

Featuring Paralympian, wheelchair model Samanta Bullock and former Xfactor contestant and model Chloe-Jasmine Whichello

Joanna Mitroi Photography

Published in Fashion Week
Thursday, 08 February 2018 21:29

Caroline Perino

Caroline Perino is a London-based fashion designer. With a passion for drawing since she was 3 years old, she started drawing clothes because of all the details she could put in one outfit. That lead her to eventually finding herself in Fashion.

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Thursday, 11 January 2018 14:19

Niki Moyo

Niki Moyo is a London based Premium Womenswear Fashion Brand, helping women gain confidence in themselves and their bodies by expressing their unique individuality in unique, quality styles without any creative and sizing limitations.

Niki Moyo believes true beauty is on the inside and a woman should proudly celebrate that beauty by wearing the best styles that reveal and showcase her unique and true nature.

Niki Moyo is inspired by Nature, which is the epitome of beauty. In other words, Mother Nature is what sparks the creativity and designs that mirrors the inner beauty of a woman.

Born in Zimbabwe, she initially showed a flair for fashion and design when helping to create new outfits for her dolls helped by her mother, who was a great lover and supporter of the regional Arts and Craft movement at the time.

As a teenager, making her own clothes was a natural progression, and her design flair was confirmed when she raced ahead of other pupils at school when studying craftwork and Fashion and Fabrics.

Deconstructing clothes to establish patterns and understand the various cuts for garments, swiftly confirmed a passion for clothes and fashion, heavily influenced by the culture of the region, combined with the exciting prospect of new global fashion trends.

This drive and motivation led to her taking a number of supplementary roles, helping her to formalise her industry education, and leading to initially securing a professional National Certificate in Clothing Technology. This led to a place at the National School of Art & Design, where she graduated from a National Diploma In Fashion Design and authored her first formal “Portfolio”.

The recognition of this work by the school’s experts was such, it led to her winning one of the highly sort after “Fashion Design Seats” at the school, where she went onto secure an internship at the respected Edgars Group, the regional clothing market leader, who supply quality adult and children’s merchandise across Zimbabwe.

Fully leveraging the relationships built at Edgars, she was offered a permanent role with them, initially as a Fashion Designer, and gaining promotion to Product Coordinator on the back of the commercial success delivered for the brand and its sub-brands.

Niki Moyo’s proven and consistent excellence has led into her winning multi awards in 
her Fashion career.

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