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And so it begins…

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A few of my favourites from NYFW so far via Vogue. For some February may be the month of Valentines Day, Lunar New Year or simply the month with a peculiar number of days, but for me it has only ever meant one thing – Fashion Week. This time every year (and in September) thousands of fashion editors, buyers, celebrities, designers, writers and even bloggers such as myself flock to those

Fashion Week – The Basics

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Fashion Week are words many have heard but not all understand.  Having attended London Fashion Week for the past 2 seasons, I may not be an expert on the matter but I certainly have some experience. Unfortunately being in New Zealand means I won’t be able to attend this year but I thought I would still share some things I have learnt and tips for those you of who are attending

TOGA SS15

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For the TOGA presentation I headed up to the Renaissance Hotel in St Pancras. As I walked in I was created with a fabulous live jazz band, a drink and a press pack explaining the concept and cation. Based around abstract paintings and entitled β€œFragment, Reflection, Foating”, the collection was mainly neutral yet with a few uplifting pops of colour and laying between the lines of soft and sharp. For me and those I

London Fashion Week – Day 2 Roundup

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Orla Kiely Toga Archives Zeynep Kartal Gyo Yuni Kimchoe On Friday evening an unexpected email landed in my inbox: an invite to Orla Kiely SS15. The next day I took a cab over to The Vinyl Factory in soho to see the presentation, featuring her trademark bold feminine prints with inspiration from flowers. As magical as shows are there is just something more personal about presentations and the way a designer can

Busardi SS15 ‘Air’

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All photos are my own.  Having seen Bursadi‘s last presentation in February I had high expectations for the show as the previous collection was simply beautiful. At 5pm I took the tube and a short walk over to Dartmouth House, a Georgian Mansion in Mayfair which made for a lovely setting with the high ceilings reflecting the elegant dresses perfectly. Getting a seat on the front row made not only for a good