Sunday, November 28, 2010

best of lauren geoghegan 2010 collection

lauren geoghegan's collection titled 'me and
brother bill' combines sportswear and circus
influences to create these inspiring leather
pieces, for me they remind me of harnesses
by hermes and pieces by natalia brilli yet
geoghegan explores a new avenue in leather

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Saturday, November 27, 2010

best of kuwaii spring/summer 2010 collection times three

kuwaii's spring/summer collection titled love and
a question presents an elegant and minimal
approach from kristy barber. the soft hues,
sophisticated drapping and details make for a
luxurious collection .

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Friday, November 26, 2010

best of anya sushko's autumn/winter 2010 collection times three

anya sushko graduated from london fashion college
and practised in alexander mcqueen's couture studio,
thus there is no doubting her technique. Sushko  has
demonstrated an elegant interpretation to simple
geometries and shapes in composing her handmade

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Thursday, November 25, 2010

best of eleanor amoroso 2010 collection times three

eleanor amoroso is a recent graduate from the
university of westminister, amoroso's work resonates
with traditional african tribal dress and costume, the
entire collection has been handmade using a 13th
century arab knotting technique called macrame. the
detail and craftsmanship in each garment is apparent 
paying homage to the forgotten art of craftsmanship. 

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Saturday, November 13, 2010

best orla kiely autumn/winter 2010 collection times three

orla kiely is a london based fashion designer who
was originally commissioned by harrods to design
a range of hats and the label soon included a range
of accessories and well it has since blossomed into
a sixties influenced fashion label. kiely's autumn/
winter collection is simple and bold with babydoll
cuts and details, what appeals to me though is the
colour pallette mustard yellows and peachy oranges.

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Friday, November 12, 2010

best of natalie rae richardson 2010 debut collection times three

natalie rae richardson is a recent graduate from
london fashion college, this being her debut
collection and an incredibly promising career in
the horizon. the collection is all exquisitely
embroidered to mimic furs and cow hides, who
needs fur when detailing like this is far more
luxurious. A creative imagination that leaves us
all on the edge of our seats for the next collection.

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Thursday, November 11, 2010

best of nicole bradshaw's 2010 collection times three

nicole bradshaw is a 2010 kingston university graduate
with her final collection proving to be incredibly promising,
she has been inspired by textures, tones and colours and
aspires to create for women as 'second skin'. bradshaw
explores a range of materials in this collection from lurex,
silicone, mohair and fur. I'm sure all the boutiques are
awaiting this young designers next collection.

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

best of sarah williams handmade 2010 collection times three

Sarah Williams british handmade collection is a clever
reinterpretation of historical luggage, each piece is
bespoke or part of a limited edition, she utilises regional
historical craftsmanship to create these wonderful pieces.
Using traditional bridle leather and brass frames she
creates a modern vintage collectable. If you think they
are intriguing on the outside wait until you see the clever
storage spaces inside, visit the website!

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Friday, November 5, 2010

best of basso and brooke spring/summer 2011 collection times three

bruno basso and chris brooke explore the layering of
digital prints in their spring/summer collection, the
prints come from technical digital scripting which
appear to come together quite effortlessly in flattering
feminine cuts and graphic composition

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

best of tina kalivas spring/summer 2010 collection

spring summer 2010 'hive mind' 
a play on pixel geometries and their colours, cuts and forms.
A clever combination considering the typical play with pixel
geometries don't go beyond the fabric's print, however
kalivas takes it into the next dimension.

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