Fashion

Selected fashion interviews, features and fashion week coverage.

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Rockins: The duo taking over rock'n'roll fashion
Foxes Magazine

Starting a new fashion brand born out of the success of the 40-or-so rock inspired silk scarves you handmade for your friends the other Christmas sounds pretty idyllic, doesn't it?

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Marta Jakubowski's celebration of sexuality and inner growth
Spindle Magazine

Powerful and feminine, Marta Jakubowski‘s AW17 collection sends us back to the 80’s, exuding the female powerhouses of the era as Tina Turner’s ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It?’ plays over the speakers.

Milan Fashion Week SS17: The Highlights
Spindle Magazine

We take a look at some of the best moments, shows and trends to come out of Milan Fashion Week SS17.

Paris Fashion Week SS17: The Highlights
Spindle Magazine

We take a look at some of the best moments, shows and trends to come out of Paris Fashion Week SS17.

LCM: Edward Crutchley
Spindle Magazine

Edward Crutchley’s  SS17 presentation began in the basement of the ME Hotel, where a film screening of a specifically made SS17 film featuring one of the presentation’s key models (and a model Crutchley has used to represent his designs beforehand) as he strides across various terrains in green and hilly rural Yorkshire.

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Phoebe English MAN: A functional collection inspired by creative men she knows
Spindle Magazine

British designer Phoebe English initially became well-known after her debut in womenswear, but after since making the bridge into menswear, her designs now also cater for the male market who prioritise practicality, accessibility and classically relaxed modern menswear.

MFW Menswear SS17: Key Trends
Spindle Magazine

With the Milanese answer to SS17 menswear at it’s finish, we reflect on some of the key trends spotted on the runways of Milan Fashion Week.

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Alex Mullins premieres an easy-going wardrobe of illustrations and checks
Spindle Magazine

British menswear designer Alex Mullins channels the ethos of his label for his AW17 collection, playing with the idea of Sunday living and ‘merging with your surroundings’ with a laid-back, blasé frivolity.

PFW Menswear SS17: Key Trends
Spindle Magazine

Paris’s answer to SS17 menswear saw a diversity styles and influences come together into the melting pot.

LCM: Tiger of Sweden
Spindle Magazine

This season, Tiger of Sweden pulls together a mismatch of styles into a cohesive and collective ensemble of historically and culturally considered clothes with a contemporary vision.

LCM: Agi & Sam
Spindle Magazine

Agi & Sam’s SS17 collection explores social ideas of masculinity, contesting the dynamic of traditional and expected norms of the modern man.

LCM: Oliver Spencer
Spindle Magazine

Oliver Spencer is always an anticipated show at London Collections: Men, his previous collections being memorable for their desirable natural palettes and practical tailoring.

LCM: CMMN SWDN
Spindle Magazine

The design duo behind the brand, Saif Bakir and Emma Headlund, played on their recent trip to Morocco to inspire the body of their SS17 collection.

LCM: Bobby Abley
Spindle Magazine

If there’s one thing you can rely on Bobby Abley for, it’s his persistent knack for lively, fun and animated design. 

LCM: Matthew Miller
Spindle Magazine

Matthew Miller’s SS17 collection is given the name ‘Tempest’, and first thoughts associated with the name conjure memories of William Shakespeare’s well known play in which the turning weather plays a significant role.

LCM: Phoebe English Men's
Spindle Magazine

Known for her use of fabrics and contrasting textures and structures, Phoebe English returns with her third menswear collection and first mens presentation for SS17.

LCM: House of Holland
Spindle Magazine

Henry Holland’s menswear line returned for SS17 with it’s third season in the go, with a supermarket sweep of big food names rebranded to cater for the raving youth.

Vivienne Westwood's Modern Man
Foxes Magazine

Vivienne Westwood and husband Andreas Kronthaler have returned to Milan with a SS17 menswear collection that promotes gender fluidity within modern day fashion design. 

LFW: Fyodor Golan
Spindle Magazine

Fyodor Golan‘s highly anticipated AW16 collection returns with the brand’s associated use of eclectic design and an encyclopaedic colour wheel.

LFW AW16: Key Trends
Spindle Magazine

Now that we’ve finally come up for air from the white water raft ride of both New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week, allow us to present you with the key trends from London’s AW16 shows.

LFW: Phoebe English
Spindle Magazine

We were made to wait for Phoebe English – at least not for the presentation to start but for our chance to see each look up close.

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LFW: Sibling
Spindle Magazine

SIBLING AW16 pays homage to Grace Jones in full flurry.

NYFW: PSNY AW16
Wonderland Magazine

The wild west fugitive meets the Bronx: PSNY’s collection tells a story of the travelling outlaw.

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Interview: Icebreakers
Rollacoaster Magazine

Caught between high street tack and pallid designer collaborations, in 2015, London's accessories industry is conservative at best. 

LFW: Backstage at Typical Freaks
Spindle Magazine

If AW16 has been anything to go by so far, then punk is not dead. Or at least not the unapologetic confidence of 80s style attitudes.

LFW: Balenciaga SS16
Spindle Magazine

Alexander Wang concludes his time at Balenciaga with a finale collection of white silk and a swan-like aesthetic.

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An interview with Sadie Clayton
Spindle Magazine

With her Mark Lebon-shot AW15 line, Kingston design talent Sadie Clayton is feeling more uncompromising than ever. 

NYFW: Zimmermann SS16
Wonderland Magazine

With a kaleidoscope of prints, Zimmermann returns to New York with a spellbinding collection of colour.

PFW: Acne SS16
Wonderland Magazine

Jonny Johansson brings together everything he loves about music to Acne womenswear this SS16

PFW: John Galliano SS16
Wonderland Magazine

A step into Bill Gaytten’s realm of artistic frills, hardened with a military inspiration and a rock ‘n’ roll edge.

PFW: Céline SS16
Wonderland Magazine

Phoebe Philo puts the sand back between the toes of the Céline woman for SS16.

PFW: Loewe SS16
Wonderland Magazine

Tinsel attraction and a pact with plastic – J. W. Anderson catches our attention for another season with Loewe. 

PFW: KENZO SS16
Wonderland Magazine

With a primary band of colour, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim rekindle Kenzo’s Japanese roots for the SS16 wayfaring woman.

Marc Jacobs Resort 16
Wonderland Magazine

At the designer’s original flagship store on Mercer Street in New York, the Marc Jacobs Resort 16 collection is revealed. 

An Interview with House of Sunny
Noctis Magazine

Based in Hackney - the melting pot of many great fashion ventures - The House of Sunny studio offers all you'd expect from the headquarters of brand with such a clean, minimalistic aesthetic.

J.W. Anderson Resort 16
Wonderland Magazine

Space age motifs and frills Austin Powers would be jealous of: J.W. Anderson drops his Resort 2016 line of playful prints and swirling silhouettes.

LCM: Paul Smith SS16
Wonderland Magazine

“A Suit To Travel” returns to LCM with practical structures and breathable cloth. Time to get back on your bike.

Acne Studios Resort 16
Wonderland Magazine

Familiarise yourself with Acne Studios Resort 16 collection of hot pinks, fiery reds and patchwork stripes.

LFW: Claire Barrow SS16
Noctis Magazine

Guys, we’ve got an unhealthy relationship with tech and this season, Claire Barrow wants us to know it. 

LCM: Joseph Turvey SS16
Wonderland Magazine

We take a glimpse into Joseph Turvey’s world of sport stripes, rainbow palettes and notebook illustrations.

LCM: Belstaff SS16
Wonderland Magazine

Belstaff take us off the beaten track with their SS16 collection of tanned leather, sandy beiges and water flasks.

The Modern Concept
ZERO Magazine

A few weeks ago, Vogue published an interview with the celebrated Marc Jacobs on his latest collection, his inspirations and his love for the swiftly ever-changing culture of what is deemed ‘fashionable’ in the turning seasons.