The Met Gala 2017: Top 5 Looks

The Met honoured Rei Kawakubo at this years event, with the opening exhibition: Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between opening tomorrow at the Met Museum. The designer, best known for her hybrid approach to art and fashion has a huge body of work that has gleaned attention for it’s avant-garde, sometimes outlandish and overtly assuming aesthetics over the … More The Met Gala 2017: Top 5 Looks

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Gosha Rubchinskiy’s A/W 17 show was set in the little known city of Kaliningrad; a destination way off the fashion grid. This move shook up the start of the menswear shows, with further changes being made to settings, structures and silos; like Raf Simons first time showing on the New York Fashion Week schedule. There was an overarching feeling … More Fashion Capital

TELFAR A/W 17

TELFAR appeared at last year’s Berlin Biennial with designs modelled on plastic mannequins in the same stature and expression as the artist himself; Telfar Clemens. His latest A/W17 collection was as self-absorbed and equally universal; unsettling for those who wanted more than clothes that came extremely close to normal. The cohesion and simplicity of this collection was met with some scepticism; an active denial … More TELFAR A/W 17

Creatures Of Comfort A/W 17

Creatures Of Comfort provided us with a sumptuous and satisfying collection. Golden dewy hues, glittery lurex thick knits and super stylish overalls, complete with matching shiny gold accessories. Layering continued throughout the collection, hinting towards the emergence of a different kind of work-wear, one where crushed velvet, wide-legged trousers are supported and even embraced. There were some … More Creatures Of Comfort A/W 17