Thursday, 08 October 2020 14:59

Agne Kuzmickaite SS21 Collection

In her spring – summer collection, Agne seeks to bring out the colourful and magical TV manifestation of fashion as she remembers it from her childhood.

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Wednesday, 30 September 2020 11:16

Real Virtuality Presented By Xander Zhou

The Spring-Summer 2021 collection from Xander Zhou “Real Virtuality” is based on virtual existence in a real, physical sense.
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Wednesday, 30 September 2020 10:28

SS21 Simone Rocha

Designer Simone Rocha was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1986. In 2008 she graduated with a BA in Fashion from The National College of Art and Design in Dublin continuing to graduate from the acclaimed Fashion MA in 2010.
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Tuesday, 29 September 2020 14:37

Halpern. Spring-Summer 2021

For his Spring-Summer 2021 collection, Halpern pays tribute to the heroines of the frontline. Captured in film and portraits, eight women from across the public service sectors reflect on their work during the lockdown period.
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Tuesday, 29 September 2020 13:54

All Our Children. Bethany Williams

Instead of a catwalk to showcase her SS21 collection, Bethany Williams presented a film created with her friend and photographer Ruth Ossai. Shot in accordance with the Covid-19 government guidelines in front of Magpie’s Newham offices.
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British Fashion Council (BFC) today announces Yun-Kee Jeong as its first ever London Fashion Week Ambassador in South Korea.

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Monday, 13 July 2020 19:41

La Métamorphose 2021 Couture

The new collection from La Métamorphose and designers Ewa and Margaret explores the hidden and mysterious nature of women, and set in the Royal Castle of Amboise to create theatre and cultivate a feeling of the French culture.
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Monday, 29 June 2020 13:57

Digital London Fashion Week Highlights

From 12-14th June 2020, the world witnessed the first ever digital London Fashion Week, whereby the rule book was quite literally torn up and re-written, with the organisers telling us to take the opportunity to listen, reflect, communicate and start to reset our mind-set. Great advice, and timing, considering how topsy turvy everything has seemed over recent months.

LFW have branded this a new era, and a way of viewing the fashion world in 360 degrees. This year’s platform boasted a global, season-less and gender neutral arena, with a mixture of both collections which are available now, as well as those that will be in stores in the future.

LFW successfully used a storytelling narrative, with music, picture, discussion and conversation as well as video links to lead us through the long weekend, showing off the creative work of the designers as they went.

Fashions Finest have loved following the story from start to finish, as well as enjoying the feast for the senses the weekend has been. Below are just some of our highlights.

Alighieri Jewellery

Love in the Wasteland 31 resultPicture from LFW, British Fashion Council

Rosh Mahtani is the founder of Alighieri jewellery, launched in 2014: a brand inspired by the beautiful “Divine Comedy” which is a long Italian narrative poem by Dante Alighieri, widely considered to be one of the greatest works of world literature.

The Alighieri brand is focused on creating timeless talismans, each with their own story. The pieces of jewellery are indeed beautiful, timeless and inspiring, and Fashions Finest loves her work. This February Rosh was also the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Award for supporting local communities and manufacturing sustainably within six streets of her London studio.

TEIJA

Teija campaign image during London Fashion Week June 2020 on 9th of June in London UK (Photo by Suzanna Gembege for Teija)Picture from LFW, British Fashion Council

TEIJA is a luxury brand founded in 2012 in London by Teija Eilola, with ready-to-wear clothing for women.

The brand’s delicate and subversive aesthetic merges unpredictable Nordic romanticism with modern sense of tailoring and couture inspired techniques that transform practical purpose into luxury clothing. Teija is also working hard to reduce its impact on the environment, by encouraging longevity and offering a repair service for their clothing. Each season Teija research sustainable and recycled materials and collaborate with traceable fabric mills to improve the sustainability of their products.

PARC

Series 2, Look 3Picture from LFW, British Fashion Council

Fashions Finest loves the almost vintage, surfer dude and chic vibe, which parc has got going on here. With it’s fresh and optimistic colour scheme, it is visually bold, relaxed luxury clothing, at it’s most fun…which is exactly what PARC co-founders Paul Rawson and Anthony Campbell intended when they launched the brand in the summer of 2018.

PARC is a platform of collaborative energy that is as much about the experience and creative process as it is about the final garments themselves. To date the brand has worked with artisans and accessories and textile designers including James Millar, Rarethread, Noel Stewart and Carol Wiseman. As a collective, they developed and produced the rich fabrications, embellishments and accessories that rapidly established the PARC aesthetic.
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The British Fashion Council (BFC) has announced that for the next twelve months all London Fashion Weeks will merge womenswear and menswear into one gender neutral platform, to  allow  designers greater flexibility.

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Wednesday, 26 February 2020 17:22

Fashions Finest AW20

Highlights from Fashions Finest AW20 during London Fashion Week February 2020 atSt John's, Hyde Park Cresent, London.

For further information about our catwalk show or exhibition can be found here: www.fashionsfinest.com/events/fashion-week-shows

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