Radley London announced Katie Piper as their final Women of Spirit for 2021 ahead of World Kindness Day which took place on the 13th of November.
Walking through life like a breeze, leaving little or no sign on our way. Newly-launched sustainable womenswear brand Organique proposes a minimal and low-impact fashion for a life in constant motion.
Your skin needs water and a special drink sometimes! Give it a healthy 'shot'. SkinLabo, skincare expert from Italy, launches its shot collection to fit into your busy routine and lifestyle.
London Fashion Week is over, but innovative fashion never halts. Right on time for Black History Month, Sydney-Davies enthusiastically showcases a stunning menswear collection.
Youtuber and Fitness Influencer, Meggan Grubb launches her latest collection with Oh Polly’s sister brand Bo+Tee to bring you this season’s hottest sportswear collab.
It was in Karen Blixen's Out of Africa that MaTereza drew inspiration for her latest ready-to-wear collection, presented at the Prêt-à-Porter Paris Fashion Week.
La Métamorphose presents its Spring/Summer 22 ready-to-wear collection: a 100% eco-responsible women's wear line made with a seaside destination in mind. Les Dames de la Côte is made with 100% natural cotton made in France, right down to the backpack closure cord in bio-degradable fibre.
Farhad Re drew his inspiration from current events: fascinated by the conquest of space, he imagined a modern woman, conquering the world, while connecting her to her Roman origins, like a vestal of the future...
A streetwear and accessories brand born from the vision of the creative Naim combines design and music, to create a world through which he tells his story.
The Dublin-based designer Sharon Sweeney studied and worked in the environmental sector, which contributed to her passion for and commitment to sustainability in terms of using sustainable, organic, and locally sourced fabrics.
Photographer Joanna Mitroi
The collection Swanzy Land is constructed by Irish Linen, cotton, ramie, Tencel as well as deadstock fabrics.
It pays homage to the late pioneering modernist artist Mary Swanzy, an Irish landscape and genre artist, who dived into many different styles, among which she is acclaimed for being one of the country’s first abstract painters. Sweeney makes similar use of a muted and pastel colour palette throughout.
A pale lilac short pantsuit fuses feminine details like the Moschino-esque heart-shaped buttons with a harsher geometrical and abstract futuristic shape and cutouts. A white cropped Renaissance blouse with huge puff sleeves and tight button-downs on the sleeves brings past and future together. Sweeney showcases an interesting and abstract aesthetic with clashing contrast, yet they jointly create something new and concise.
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