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...
Paula Knorr AW18

LFW AW18: Paula Knorr

Paula Knorr’s AW18 collection, presented during LFW, celebrates the sensuality of female dressing, taking inspiration from the wide range of womenswear clothing available to us. From extremely revealing to cons...

LFW AW18: Peter Pilotto

WINDING around the coloured tables filling Tramp, the London club, Peter Pilotto got us all dreaming of disco dancing with his AW18 collection. Warm colours of pinks and oranges kicked off his feminine collecti...

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...
Matty Bovan AW18

LFW AW18: Matty Bovan

SO WRONG it’s right. Matty Bovan took deconstruction to a whole new level, showcasing his textile driven AW18 collection during LFW. His experimentation with textile design and fabric manipulation sets the coll...
Palmer//Harding AW18

LFW AW18: Palmer//Harding

WITH a brand ethos focused on technical construction and perfection, Palmer//Harding stayed true to form with their AW18 collection. The button-down shirt has long been an inspiration for designers Levi Palmer ...

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 ...
Christopher Kane AW18

LFW AW18: Christopher Kane

X-RATED illustrations and lace for days, Christopher Kane has never been one to shy away from expressing sexuality through his work and his AW18 show at LFW was no different. Opening the runway with seemingly c...