The age of people not wearing trousers low has nothing to with the recession – rappers have just got cooler
The last time I checked global trends were set by the rich and famous – in this case rappers, and these rappers have moved on
Saturday saw a huge throng of press and buyers turn up to see Jonathan Saunders’ fourth menswear collection. A static presentation up some very narrow and steep stairs was slightly too much to face, so instead we returned later for a quick look at the collection before team Saunders started to pack up for the day.
Yesterday saw a backlash against high street chain Claire’s Accessories for appearing to copy designs by Tatty Devine.
It seems rather unfair of Vivienne Westwood to hit out at the UK populace, saying that we have never dressed as badly as we do today. While, admittedly, I am no fashion guru, and agree that there is a certain similarity between the discordant fashions of the day, it seems fair to argue that we’ve actually never had it so good.
Samantha Cameron joined Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Will.i.am in the front row of the Burberry Prorsum show during London Fashion Week.
The City workers strolling out for their sandwiches and cigarettes this afternoon got a somewhat disruptive visit from the international fashion pack as everyone descended on One New Change for Christopher Kane’s eagerly anticipated spring collection which was accomplished as ever.
Louise Gray shows are never dull and today’s show didn’t disappoint. Plenty of glitter, clashing prints and Mohawk headdresses made for the most spectacular show of the day.
(big thank you to Nazer at Goodley PR for the photos)
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