New York Fashion Week S/S 18: Brock Collection

A brand I have been following for a while, Brock Collection, showed their S/S 18 collection in New York last Thursday, and in a word, it was beautiful. It was everything you want and desire in romance; a continuous dream state, an endless sense of purity and renewal, a permanent love-bubble. Leaves were splayed out down the … More New York Fashion Week S/S 18: Brock Collection

Mad About The Boy – Exhibition Commentary

In an attempt to aestheticise the freedom mindset, fashion has skated along the lines of exploitation, while navigating the formative period known as youth. The Gosha Rubchinskiy effect continues to sweep through Menswear, picking up boys in its wake and carrying their boundless capacity for creativity into other areas of the industry. The free sense … More Mad About The Boy – Exhibition Commentary

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

Fashion Capital

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