One of the most recognisable retro print designs come from Irish designer Orla Kiely. Textile Design Museum in London has a solo exhibition of her work in fashion and everyday product design covering last twenty years. Continue reading
Arket collection consists of everyday, every occasion clothes – smart casual. The styles are timeless and minimal, almost boring. But you can build a nice capsule collection of these every season pieces. Continue reading
Burberry launched their latest collection in a unique brand experience space called The Makers House. It has been a collaboration with the Henry Moore foundation celebrating the art influences behind the work. Continue reading
The London fashion designer JW Anderson, who is famous for his gender fluid clothes has opened his first rainbow coloured brick and mortar store in London. Continue reading
Remember this? 80’s was the century of the power dress. Actually, these 80’s power dresses don’t look that dated (but the hair does). Women, Fashion and Power is an exhibition about the use of fashion to define and enhance women’s position in the world.
Angela Missoni was telling the colourful story behind Missoni Italian fashion house at the V&A Museum in London. Probably the most well known luxury knitwear company in the world it is still very much a family business, led by three generations of the Missoni family.
The Fashion in Motion show last week at the V&A museum was by the avant garde London based design duo Meadham Kirchhoff. It was as expected a real visual feast of over-the-top fairy tale storytelling and feminine silhouettes. Even though their clothes are not for everyone, what has to be acknowledged is the craftsmanship of materials and elaborate styling details. Continue reading