IS IT TIME TO SAY GOODBYE TO FASHION WEEK?

London, Paris, Milan and New York have all been joined by cities such as; Copenhagen, Shanghai and Seoul in the major fashion week events that are held on multiple occasions during the year.  Designers from all around the globe come together and showcase, admittedly, wonderful collections of new and exciting designs to buyers and industry…

COPENHAGEN FASHION WEEK | 3 FAVOURITE SHOWS

Copenhagen Fashion Week is by far one of my favourites. Firstly; the celebration of Scandinavian style is perpetuated through innovative brands, then the street-style is good enough for anyone to want to change up their look,. Also, because it kick starts fashion month and the immense AW inspo. As Stockholm Fashion Week was cancelled this…

HOW TO CREATE A MORE SUSTAINABLE WARDROBE

*Originally featured on FS/AW* As the new year gets people thinking about the things they wish to change or introduce to better themselves and their lifestyle, being more sustainable and ethical are more prominent decisions than ever. Life/self-improvement goals are within some of the most popular resolutions, but with a mere 9.2% of people actually…

MY FIRST EXPERIENCE AS A FASHION WRITER

London: crowded public transport, inflated price tags and the grey, polluted sky that looms over the city. A place I always knew I would have to move to but not necessarily find suitable. I would have to swap the comfort of my quaint home-town to the daunting fashion capital where all my career aspirations would come…

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…

FASHION MAGAZINES VS BLOGGERS??

“Note to bloggers who change head-to-toe paid-to-wear outfits every hour: please stop. Find another business. You are heralding the death of style,” wrote Sally Singer, Vogue US creative digital director. For years the fashion industry has seen bloggers vs magazines. Since the rise in online content and influencers, many have been perceived as simply having…

SHOW INSIGHT: LIMKOKWING UNIVERSITY

DAY THREE Fashion Scout at London Fashion Week Limkokwing University, based in Malaysia, is Asia’s most international university. It’s main campus hosts 30,000 students from over 160 countries, making it the premium yet competitive place to study. Limkokwing now operates in 14 different countries, and with a campus on Chancery Lane, London, they are the first…

SHOW INSIGHT: FASHION FOR CONSERVATION X RENÉ GARZA

DAY THREE Fashion Scout at London Fashion Week With a mission to use the power of fashion to raise awareness on the poaching crisis and fund Fashion for Conservation began the global tour of their exhibition all over the world, Canada, US, Spain and Europe have been subject to these profound collections that work so hard…

SHOW INSIGHT: APU JAN

DAY THREE Fashion Scout at London Fashion Week With an array of astrological inspired prints with a colour palette of blue hues and cream accents. We saw intricate white stitching imitating constellations on sky blue, loose-fitting garments, as mellow beats from DJ Questionmark played in the background. Chiffon, navy, pleated skirts that skimmed the body created…