We were in London at some fashion week events between the 16.2 and 20.2.!!!
Everyday we were capturing, editing, drinking, running, editing again and uploading to give you the freshest fashion week Xperiènce you have ever seen...
11:30 Amy Thomson
Merging fashion and illustration, Amy Thomson launches her playful AW18 collection ‘Chasin’ Dreams’, inspired by youthful aspirations. Each look in the collection presents a character based on a profession seen from a child’s perspective. Thomson poses the question – what does a Princess, Baker and Hairdresser look like through a child’s unaffected eyes? How are these career paths defined in the mind of a child without any preconceptions?
Colours of this collection:
Toogood is instilled with the unmistakable spirit of both sisters: Faye’s preoccupation with materiality and Erica’s audacious shape-making.
One a tinker, the other a tailor.
10:30 Edeline Lee
Canadian-born, British designer Edeline Lee launched her eponymous collection in 2013.
Her work has been worn by Pixie Lott, Eve, Helen Skelton and Solange Knowles amongst many others.
The brand has received strong support from the women of the art world, who naturally gravitate towards her aesthetically sophisticated signature, precise cut and refined craftsmanship.
12:00 KRISTEL KUSLAPUU
As the daughter of an artist, this designer has the DNA of a craftsmen. Kristel Kuslapuu is a designer from Estonia who focused on art after finishing in tailoring school. Her patterns are thick and prominent while her cuts and fabrics astonish all who gaze within.
18:00 Paula Knorr
German born womenswear designer Paula Knorr lives and works in London. She graduated from Royal College of Art in 2015 and won the ITS Fashion Award in Trieste in the same year. Her feminine designs are manufactured in Germany using exceptional material from italian and french mills. Knorr has a growing reputation as one of London’s most exciting and talented designers, worn by the likes of BJÖRK and Solange.