KROMAGNON F/W 2017
PostApril 11, 2017April 25, 2017

KROMAGNON F/W 2017

KROMAGNON ‘s fashion presentation at Eco Fashion Week featured both womenswear and menswear, showing off a collection that’s throw-on-and-go easy, but still special. The collection demonstrated a keen balance of print, texture, and utility. Nearly all pieces are easy to create high-low mixes with one’s existing wardrobe. Launched by Kristen Luong, a former assistant for Zac Posen and patternmaker for...

The Explosive Prints of Mary Katrantzou
PostFebruary 17, 2017February 19, 2017

The Explosive Prints of Mary Katrantzou

London-based Mary Katrantzou’s F/W 2017 runway show was a rich and eclectic mix of clashing floral prints. Minimal silhouettes combine with maximalist embellishments. Her thematic collections always feature something new, something innovative and something that people will appreciate for its intelligent design aesthetic, as well as its function. Each print is designed around the garment, and the...

DVF by Jonathan Saunders
PostFebruary 10, 2017February 19, 2017

DVF by Jonathan Saunders

Jonathan Saunder’s mix-and-match approach stands as a strong approach for the refreshed Dianne von Furstenberg brand, which has re-emerged as a dynamic source for ensemble dressing. While showcasing the house’s mastery of textiles, he also shows a playfulness by attaching foulards and charms to long chain-strap bags, wrapping scarves around necks, and super-sizing earrings.  

‘Ecotricity’ by Vivienne Westwood
PostJanuary 11, 2017February 19, 2017

‘Ecotricity’ by Vivienne Westwood

Dame Vivienne Westwood’s debuts at London Men’s fashion week with a show that combines looks for both men and women with her signature touches of punk heritage. Throw in some environmentalism and politics, and you get  Ecotricity. The collection is full of sharp tailoring, smart outerwear and reliably glamorous party dresses. It’s sure to be well-received by her...