Last Sunday, the 19th of February, I attended a fashion show at Fashion Finest where a young designer, Chatenya Mittal, debuted with his meswear collection. I liked the necklines of his clothes and want to share them with you.
Cabinet Studios, a British jewellery designer duo, displayed new beautiful and elegant collar collection at Somerset House this February. Good purchase for the next season!
This month, I attended London Fashion Week, and photographers took photos of me because of my unusual fringe and bird-eyelashes from Paperself. People stop me in the street, in stores to say how they like my hairstyle, but few people know that my fringe symbolises tongues of sunlight. It’s me in the photo below
I found two unusual collars at Fyodor Golan. This label’s collars I published last September as well.
Collar necklace of Tatty Devine
Collar embellished with beads by VILSHENKO.
Unfortunately, I forgot the label that designed this necklace in the shape of the Peter Pan collar, cutting pearls in two parts.
Larisa Guzova, a fashion designer based in Edinburgh, debuted with her collection in London on 19th of February. Her collars presented at that show were published in my blog recently and will be published in my First Collar Encyclopedia. Now you can see them on models.
Larisa’s printed trousers aroused great interest!
In the last photo you can see the designer in person. She is a very intelligent, creative and well-educated person, and my good friend.
Danish Wakeel, whose works I published in my blog last year, is organising a new fashion event.
Danish in association with London Model Academy kindly invites you to the showcase of his new collection: Draped Modern Kouroi, and film premier ‘Danish Wakeel’s The Ivory Tower’, to celebrate the closing of London Fashion Week.
The event will take place at the gorgeous, newly refurbished venue, One, Leister Square.
The collection has been inspired by the concept of drapes which in our contemporary societies might have been associated with womenswear however traditionally around the four corners of the world, drapes have been worn by men in form of Greek and Roman togas, frock coats, kilts, Indian dhotis, sarongs and caftans. And it celebrates the designer’s recent accomplishment of a Masters degree in Fashion Design in Menswear in London. In his ‘Draped Modern Kouroi’ he has juxtaposed formal wear with occasion wear and made it a dominant theme. He “created new solutions through the hybrid of clothing genres”. The collection fuses street style with traditional British tailoring and the influence of music is deeply rooted.
Danish Wakeel’s The Ivory Tower is a short movie, which showcases the collection and highlights the opulent, extravagant and luxurious side as well as the dark side of the world of Vogue depicted through the protagonist’s eye.
It will be a night to be remembered with divine canapés, live music, goodie bags, fashion, film, networking and the most spectacular after party of the year.
More info about this event and how to get there find on its official Facebook page.