The selected designers to show their Spring/Summer 2017 collections were Per Götesson, Feng Chen Wang and Charles Jeffrey.
Zhou swaps last season’s glamour for a tough punk feel for Spring/Summer 2017. He cites his initial inspirations as “Grown ups, porn, sex, obey, and guilty pleasures” among others, but further down the list the key words start… »
Topman opens London Collections Spring/Summer 2017 shows with a nostalgic collection of beachy pieces with British seaside towns, mods and teddy boys playing a starring role throughout.
The University of Westminster’s class of 2016 kicked off the graduate fashion show season with a vibrant and eclectic runway show held at P3 in Central London.
London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London presents BA16; a showcase of work celebrating the latest talent from its leading graduating students.
Here is the amazing schedule for the Spring/Summer 2017 shows in London.
London fashion was back to doing what it does best during LC:M this season: shock, awe and total surprise with a dash of practicality.
For the latest addition of LCM, Nottingham based menswear label Universal Works presented their AW16 collection in a funfair inspired set. The film was directed by the London based filmmaker Michael Radford in exclusive… »
As part of our coverage for LC:M we caught up with the talented Katie Eary backstage about her journey through fashion, from approaching Nicola Formichetti through MySpace to her latest big collaborations.
For the Fall/Winter 2016 Collection, Sean Suen draws on inspirations of Chinese chess. As an ancient Chinese saying, life is like playing chess.
This season’s collection from Xander Zhou hits the runway with a colourful start. The vibe of the AW16 collection comes across as Studio 54 meets glam rock, with a hint of the contemporary to keep Zhou’s celebrated streetwise… »
Kent boy and Westminster/ RCA graduate Liam Hodges (27) recently hatched from the highly supportive bosom of the Fashion East family, and 2016 marks the year Liam’s milk teeth fell out and his ears grew into his head… »