MFW AW18: Jil Sander

ENCOMPASSING the minimalist elements in their signature style Jil Sander presented another delicate, neutral and understated collection for their AW18 show. Since making their Jil Sander debut last season, desi...

MFW AW18: Giorgio Armani

AT 83-years old Giorgio Armani is one of the most respected designers in the industry. And his AW18 collection was an ode to that. Taking the more relaxed and at ease-woman as his inspiration, Armani’s AW18 col...

MFW AW18: Vionnet

JUNGLE scenes and a romantic ambience, the Vionnet AW18 show explored and challenged the relationship between hard and soft. Elegant forest green high-shine nylon met structured draping and a harsh zip in the f...

MFW AW18: Versace

BRINGING the va-va-voom right from the offset deep blood-red leather, platform shoes, and of course, the iconic gold chainmail opened the Versace AW18 show, held in the palatial Scalone Arengario above the Piaz...

MFW AW18: Moschino

AS if taking a step back through time, the models of the Moschino show appeared from a time capsule in 1960s attire. Not only were we transported through time in the show, we were also introduced to an alien in...

LFW AW18: Nicopanda

COMBINING grunge rock with East Coast hip-hop glamour, the Nicopanda AW18 collection took inspiration from ‘90s music icons, featuring an array of motifs, logos and references. Mashing up flannel, PVC, and gold...

Glass meets Yungblud

ROCK and roll attitude running through his veins and activism pouring from his mouth Yungblud radiates the power of music consciousness in 2018. The 19-year-old, otherwise known as Dominic Harrison, grew up in ...

LFW AW18: Pam Hogg

TAKING inspiration from the ‘80s, as always, Dr Pam Hogg’s AW18 collection was a vivid insight into all things bold, bright, and wonderful. Neons, pastels, and monochrome could all be used to describe the colle...

LFW AW18: Delpozo

WELCOMING Delpozo and its creative director Josep Font to LFW was a natural affair. Natural because of the way it felt right, and also for the fact it was his AW18 collection’s theme. Being Delpozo’s LFW debut ...

LFW AW18: JW Anderson

ORGANIC and wearable were words that came to mind when linen and natural fibres featured in JW Anderson’s LFW AW18 collection. Pleated chiffon, woven accessories, bunched collars, fun colourful paisley, and pom...

LFW AW18: Fortie

PRESENTED by Fashion Scout as the Merit Award Winner, designer Eddie Buckman and her urban-luxe brand Fortie Label radiated victory as her looks graced the runway. Selected from hundreds of applicants Fortie La...

LFW AW18: Richard Malone

FAST becoming London’s go-to designer for resourcefulness, Richard Malone’s AW18 show was full of purpose and meaning. Taking influence from his Irish working-class upbringing and the powerful women in his life...

NYFW18: Coach 1941

AUTUMNAL tones poured into the room as each Coach 1941 look graced the runway in a colour palette of deep red, earthy brown, and forest green. Creative director Stuart Vevers set his AW18 show at South Street S...

NYFW18: Calvin Klein

BALACLAVAS, hi-vis, and survival blankets. Raf Simons’ collection for Calvin Klein celebrated modern-day American icons taking inspiration from firefighters and industrial workers. Set in the American Stock Exc...

NYFW18: Victoria Beckham

MARKING her tenth year in the fashion industry, Victoria Beckham’s show was intimate and meaningful. Set at James Burden mansion, an Italian Renaissance-style mansion, the show brought the small number of atten...

NYFW18: Mansur Gavriel

FEMININE and floaty, the SS18 Ready-to-Wear Mansur Gavriel collection captured the brands original aesthetic; easy, natural, and incredibly chic. Saturated stripes, pretty pastels, and modern monochrome exuded ...