Here some impressions from amazing the Henry Moore: Inspiration & Process at Makers House exhibition by Burberry and the Henry Moore Foundation. An inspiring celebration of the new February collection, the 78 couture capes shown at the fashion show and an insight into the process of the sculpture Henry Moore, who inspired the collection. A masterclass of craftsmanship and imagination.
Makers House is still open until Monday the 27th February, so please go and have a look, if you have the chance.
Here some impressions from the gorgeous Markus Lupfer Aw17 presentation. A collection exploring bold contrasts, where the sportive meets the glamorous, the delicate the bold and the fitted the upscaled and oversized. There are plenty of new elements and ideas in the collection, turning the Markus Lupfer girl into a grown up women full of individuality and originality. This season Markus also teamed up with jewellery designer Franca Berr, who designed the stunning earrings.
Congratulations Hon xxx
The Frieze Art Fair is really always worth a visit, as you get the chance to see a huge variety of new artworks exhibited by the worlds best galleries. This year I was quite inspired by the use of metallics. Highly polished, yet often used organically in shape or mixed with rougher elements. Here are just some impressions from my visit featuring Hayley Tompkins, Jim Lambie, Gary Hume, Takuru Kuwata and Tony Cragg.
Here some impressions from the fabulous Marques Almeida SS17 show. A happy rebellious feast of colours, textures and prints such as colourful jacquards, Pastel lace, punk stripes, Silver metallic foil and the frayed denim of course. All modelled by the Marques Almeida girl gang, friends of the brand or girls casted via Instagram.
Congratulations to the MA team, Marta and Paulo to another fantastic collection!!!
Belstaff’s SS17 womenswear collection “Across The Wilderness” celebrates the anniversary of an epic 5.550 mile motorcycle journey across America by Augusta and Adeline Van Buren, two fearless sisters who campaigned for the right of women. A collection full of gorgeous leather pieces and biker jackets, flattering boiler suits, yet also soft feminine pieces for independent characters with a yearning to venture free. Congratulations Delphine Ninous!
“Around the whole world People are the same everywhere: They are different.” – Paul Hartal
Markus Lupfer SS2017 collection is a celebration of individuality. There are no rules. Nylon raincoats wrapped around feminine ruffle dresses, jewelled sneakers, hand-drawn bunny and cats for prints and apple shaped sunglasses celebrate fun, liberty and personality. A fabulous set design, with flowers breaking free from the hard floor, adds to the atmosphere. Congratulations Markus to a fabulous collection!!!
Already a while back, but I finally had the time to post these photos of some of the talented Royal College of Art MA Graduates. Here featured Hyun Oh, a Fashion Womenswear Designer specialising in Knitwear; Angelou Zhu a Womenswear designer and his laser cut collection and Isabella Macleod a Fashion Menswear designer. Congratulations and all the Best for your future!
Here some pictures from the Vladimir Karaleev presentation at the Berliner Mode Salon. I just love his sensitivity for fabrics and his ability to be feminine and minimalist at the same time. He really is the master of drapes – draping so pure, minimal and gentle yet edgy and constructed.
Thank you Vladimir for designing close to your heart!