Molten metals at SIRAN AW16

    Taking lessons from laid-back style of her native Los Angeles and the needs of a woman of the world, jewellery designer Siran Manoukian debuts her fashion label SIRAN for Autumn Winter 2016....

PFW SS16: Rochas

True to form, Alessandro Dell’Acqua presented a confection of the hyper-feminine kind at last nights Rochas show. Inspired by Gala Dalí, the eccentric and provocative wife of Salvador, the saccharine elements o...

LFW SS16: Margaret Howell

There was a zesty preppyness to this season’s Margaret Howell show – hues of orange and lime and an old sport flair sharpened her signature mannish tailoring. Silky, buttoned up or down, or simply as fabric – a...

LFW SS16: Molly Goddard

Taking her ethereal tulle and smocked dresses into the new season, West London native Molly Goddard drew inspiration from the moody British summer. Preparing sandwiches on the factory line, the models seemed to...

MFW AW15: Marni

After the sleek triumph of the SS15 ten-year anniversary collection, Marni’s Consuelo Castiglioni faced the challenge of surpassing her own stroke of pared-back brilliance. Although some elements prevailed – th...

MFW AW15: Prada

Artificially saccharine, Prada’s debutante for AW15 was ironically sweet and permanently challenging. Cut from silky neoprene, petite double-breasted blazers, knee-length coats and A-line shifts gave of the air...

MFW AW15: Emilio Pucci

Peter Dundas’ references were, quite literally, stellar. Accumulating to tangible trend now, the space references are popping up everywhere on the runways. This renewed fascination for the final frontier, perha...

LFW AW15: Pam Hogg

One of the hottest tickets in town, Pam Hogg’s Diamond Dogs and Daemons show was a glam affair – Nick Cave, Alison Mosshart and Stephen Jones were just a few of the stars we spotted front-row at Freemasons ...

LFW AW15: Lucas Nascimento

Today, Lucas Nascimento re-focused on his strength – superbly executed knitwear– after last season’s experimentations. Glimmering Lurex in copper, smoky silver and dove blue as well as intarsia knits featuring ...

LFW AW15: Holly Fulton

Framed by Gwen Stefani’s Rich Girl, Holly Fulton’s Autumn Winter 2015 collection evoked high-carat decadence from a range of eras. An ode to the flush it-girl, it echoed ‘70s blonde Lolita Ewa Aulin of the 1968...

LFW AW15: Shao Yen

A collaboration with Taiwanese artist Shih Hsiung Chou, Shao Yen Chen’s London presentation combined the idea of installation and performance as the models moved between and paused on glossy black pedestals lik...

NYFW AW15: Proenza Schouler

Inspired by vintage photographs from art openings, abstract expressionist painting and minimalist sculpture, Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough presented their Proenza Schouler Autumn Winter 2015 collection i...

NYFW AW15: Narciso Rodriguez

Narciso Rodriguez is a master of figure-flattering monochrome and cuts that balance gracefully between strength and femininity. This season his creations benefited from added platform height, the models soaring...

NYFW AW15: 3.1 Phillip Lim

Phillip Lim is on a roll. 2015 marking the 10-year anniversary of his label, the past seasons has seen the brand grow and develop, from the on-trend consumer favourite to a bona-fide fashion signature in its ow...

NYFW AW15: Prabal Gurung

There was a newfound lightness to Prabal Gurung’s presentation – the bright prints, collaged cuts and wild textures of the past few seasons made way for something far more minimal, but also more interesting. Sh...

NYFW AW15: Derek Lam

Derek Lam approached the 1970s soberly, not unlike last seasons pastel offerings. Loose, luxurious tailoring and some really great outerwear were the highlights of yesterday’s New York presentation – while the ...