The final show of London Fashion Week AW15 had to be, by definition, something special. Crowds descended upon the show space in the Somerset House courtyard as the sun set, clamouring to gain entry to turkish designer Hakaan Yildirim’s catwalk. View Full Post
On entering the ornate room we were presented with a crime scene; the outline of a body on the floor, a map of the house and the models. They were leaning on the walls or talking quietly in pairs, holding cocktails aloft, observing the scene; guests at a fashionable party which had taken a turn for the murderous.
The sound of crashing waves and bubbling, underwater sounds eddied around the benches as guests filed into the show space in the courtyard of Somerset House, eager to see what Christopher Raeburn has in store for for AW15 with his newest collection, IMMERSE.
The foyer of The Hospital Club, an exclusive members-only hub for the creative community, full of deep reds and browns and featuring a wall of vintage trunks, couldn’t have contrasted more with the adjoining brightly lit space where Wilson PK was presenting his AW15 collection. View Full Post
On a sunny morning, in the shadow of Buckingham Palace, a particularly stylish queue was forming outside the Institute of Contemporary Arts for the palmer//harding AW15 presentation. View Full Post