Set under Victorian red-brick railway arches, London’s cold temperatures were taken inside for Belstaff’s AW16 presentation. Snow and rocky terrain was the backdrop for Belstaff’s rugged adventurers, complete with Harley Davidson military motorcycles and a converted Triumph Tiger… »
Katie Eary showed her collection for AW16 in the basement showspace of Victoria House this afternoon.
Christopher Raeburn returns to Mongolia for his inspirations this season with an assortment of outerwear and knitted layers to protect against the harsh, bleak winter climate.
This season KTZ serves up another badass collection at LC:M for AW16. With inspirations coming from contrasting influences from baseball to Russian futurism the collection is aesthetically impressive, while maintaining an unexpectedly wearable quality.
The first menswear show since the passing of SIBLING‘s co-creative director Joe Bates, was a triumphant one. An upbeat 80’s mix played throughout and although Bowie’s Under Pressure might have suggested the difficulties of this particular season for… »
For AW16 Lou Dalton looked outside of the city for inspiration, focusing on the history and beauty of her home away from home, the Shetlands. Country dwellers emerged on the runway, in a myriad of earthy and stormy… »
This season’s offering from the father-son design duo hits the runway at the new BFC show space on the Strand with an explosion of colour and pattern. With a riotous soundtrack mixed by Andy Amfo to match, the models marched… »
Pushing all the best aspects of the Astrid Andersen brand so far, AW16 was a culmination of technical luxury and relevant design.
For autumn/winter AGI & SAM are taking a close look at utility and uniform within an attitude of living at your own pace in peace. They have designed each garment with a careful consideration to how it would… »