ROHMIR | FASHION SCOUT SS19:

Fairy-tale inspired gowns adorned with floral lace in light pink hues began the theatrical showcase which is traditional of a Rohmir show. Whimsical flute harmonies played as contemporary ballerina dresses flew down the runway. Dancers exhibited a halter neck, diamanté embodied dress in an enchanting fashion. Ogla Roh, Swiss fashion designer and creative director of…

ASHLEY ISHAM | FASHION SCOUT SS19

Originally from Singapore, Ashley Isham moved his life to London to venture on a fashion career in 1996. He studied at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design before launching his first collection in November 2000. This season he incorporates 70’s inspired evening wear through glistening tinsel visors and metallic fringing. Inspired by tropical…

AGNE KUZMICKAITE | FASHION SCOUT SS19

Agne Kuzmickaite, one of the most famous fashion designers from Lithuania, often takes inspiration from everyday concepts for her collections. Agne is influenced by common objects and feminine roles within society. Her collections reflect popular culture and this concept is challenged beautifully through her use of her staple butterfly motif. For her SS19 collection Agne…

THE SWEDISH SCHOOL OF TEXTILES | FASHION SCOUT SS19

The Swedish School of Textiles within the University of Boråsaims aims to push the boundaries and explore the entire field of textiles including technology, design and management. With around 900 students attending, the school hopes to inspire and create talented young designers fuelled with expert knowledge and the skills to work with textiles in an innovative…

ANISSA AIDA | FASHION SCOUT SS19

After being raised between Tunis and Paris then moving to New York to study Fashion Design at Parsons, her contemporary brand ‘Anissa Aida’ was born. The brand’s name ‘Aida’ commemorates her older sister who passed away in 2010 and is strongly inspired by Tunisian and Japanese cultures. Anissa likes “to mix and match different references”…

HOW TO GET BACK INTO THE SWING OF THINGS

For many people, September is about getting back into routine after a relaxing holiday abroad or after weeks of BBQ’s, day trips and drinking ice cold Pimms in the garden. But then there’s the reality of work and school life as soon as September looms around the corner. However, this is the time where many…

International Designers at GFW 2018

The International Fashion Award Show 2018 saw a stimulating array of designs and incredible talent. The award show, sponsored by Swarovski, named the winner Danqi Chen from Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology. Chen showcased a collection of animated pieces that displayed true craftsmanship and imagination. Bold yellow and scarlet red ankle-length trench coats were paired with matching accessories that projected…

WHY I WANT TO INVEST MORE INTO MY WARDROBE

It feels like a lifetime ago that I was binge ordering clothes from ASOS and lavishly spending on an array of breton stripe t-shirts but now I’m a typical student with less money to spend like I used to.  I took a gap year and worked full time with the luxury of not having to…

THE SUMMER BEAUTY EDIT

The British Summertime is now in full swing and we have been lucky enough to have countless days of sunshine so far, with *fingers crossed* many more to come. During the warmer months we all like to switch up our beauty routine, whether it’s digging out your summer glow tanning moisturiser or swapping your usual…

PLANT-BASED FOOD GUIDE: COPENHAGEN

Whilst Copenhagen (my new favourite city!) boarders Germany meaning there is a lot of meat foods and burger bars around, Copenhagen is an  open minded place and full of heathy options. You can tell by the abundance of raw food cafes and the fact that most people cycle around the city. So it was exciting…