Sunday, 12 February 2012 17:36

Victoria Beckham F/W 2012 NYFW

Photo Credit: Valerio
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Friday, 10 February 2012 00:05


Sve fashion was established in 2010, opening Sve fashion designer very own boutique in Tarporley Cheshire. Sally Ellis the designer behind Sve stocks only her own creations in store and also stocks in boutiques around cheshire, Sve designs can also be purchased online at

Sve designs are elegant, simplistic and have a array of surprise embellishments and detailing throughout each piece. Each garment is hand crafted by Sally's own hands from start to finish.

Sally's use of luxurious fabrics, classic tailoring and contempory cuts has gained her a great celebrity following from very well known television and film actresses to well known artists.

In 2012 Sally was a contestant on Rihanna's designer reality TV show 'styled to rock' and then went on to win Fashions Finest designer of the year award.

Sve is known for its monochrome colour palette and use of one colour with each collection delighting the eye and really giving any show the wow factor. If you want edge, glamour and something different Sve is definitely the label for you.
Published in Designers
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 21:07

Mahfouz Couture FW Rome '12

Lebanese designer Abed Mahfouz showcased his collection Roma at the Alta Roma 2012.
Published in Fashion Week
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 19:01

MIA By Mia Nisbet

Up-cycled clothing designer Mia Nisbet, an Honours graduate of Glasgow School of Art, first worked as assistant designer for Michiko Koshino in London then as casual wear designer at USC. In 2007 she launched her own label, MIA By Mia Nisbet, which fuses recycled clothing with traditional Malawian textiles. Awards quickly followed including Ethical Fashion Forum's 'Make Your Mark In Fashion' Award in 2008 and the 'Innovation Award' in 2009 in association with the British Fashion Council.

Inspiration for her collections comes from Mia's time spent in Malawi. There the street market traders sell large volumes of donated second-hand clothing imported from the US and other developed countries. Malawians mix these imported clothes with their traditional dress. Mia is inspired by the visual impact of the merging of two different cultures. MIA presents up-cycled, eye-catching ranges based on this fusion between tradition and modernity all sourced from these street markets.

Established designer MIA by Mia Nisbet will be showcasing at Fashions Finest London Fashion week show 18 - 19 Westbury Hotel Conduit Street, Mayfair, London. 
Published in Designers
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 22:29

My Wardrobe

Fashion stylist, Mobolaji Dawodu reveals his favourite outfits.
Published in Fashion
Monday, 30 January 2012 18:26

Rihanna is searching for Britain's Next Designer

Rihanna is searching Britain for the next generation of raw, undiscovered designer talent.
Published in News
Saturday, 28 January 2012 23:01

F/W Fashion Highlights: 2011 Season

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Friday, 27 January 2012 12:19

ODF Clothing

Ever wanted to express yourself through a piece of clothing? ODF depicts just that. One Diverse Fashion was created in 2007 by young entrepreneur Nicholas "Supanova Dex" Amfo, and five years later the brand has completely evolved. Described as a "breath of fresh air", ODF is known for its simple yet classic appearance. This clothing line stands firm by the mantra "Standing in to Stand Out", which exemplifies exactly what the garments are trying to portray: individuality and positivity.

Originally known as "Ow'Du'Feel" the brand has completely reinvented its image, although the message still remains the same. ODF mainly caters for the age group of 16-35 because of the casual preppy style of the items. This spring however, ODF is due to release its brand new kids' collection which is a variety of tops and jackets all at an affordable price.

The range for adults is an innovative compilation of shirts, cardigans, and the polo neck t-shirts which have been made using organic apparel and have had an extremely high demand. The detailed golden emblem was just the first step in upgrading the garments and now the collection is forever expanding, showing the growth that ODF has made since its conception. The latest gilet body warmers available in selected colours are an example of this. It is important to ODF to represent both men and women, so quality items have been designed and made to suit both sexes.

ODF is not just a brand- it is a movement. As mentioned before it seeks to provide a positive message. ODF as an organisation also hosts shows such as the UK version of "Rip The Runway" and "Roots of Fashion"; the latter which is in accordance with Black History Month. These events have showcased some of the finest talent in the UK, giving support to poets, dancers, musicians and fashion designers.

ODF has featured in over 30 independent events all over the UK, including charity events and fashion shows. By appearing in these allows the brand to not only showcase the variety of clothes, but also send a message of motivation and positivity. "Diversity" merges different races, ethnicity's and ages to bond through wearing the same item of clothing, but in a unique manner. Irrespective of your own personal style and image, whether it is casual or smart; "simplicity is royalty" and ODF has something for you. Although this line has come so far, but still hasn't touched the pinnacles it plans to reach.

Emerging designer ODF Clothing will be showcasing at Fashions Finest London Fashion week show 18 - 19 Westbury Hotel Conduit Street, Mayfair, London. 
Published in Designers
Wednesday, 25 January 2012 00:23

Interview Backstage - John Galliano Paris

Francisco Lachowski - Interview Backstage - John Galliano
Published in Fashion
Sunday, 22 January 2012 13:13

Exit Yves Saint Laurent And Krisvanassche

Exit Yves Saint Laurent And Krisvanassche

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