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Clean lines and effortless dressing were on Osman Yousefzada’s mind when creating his Spring/Summer 2011 collection.
Whilst there wasn’t anything weirdly wonderful at Daks, an elegant show was delivered none the less. Based on a travel through India, it had an appealing colour palette of mustard and grey.
In my Caught in the Net column on Friday I mentioned LA musician/artist Cameron Mesirow, and her burgeoning one-woman band Glasser (read a brief interview I did with her last year here).
Following last year’s much praised EP ‘Apply’ comes her debut LP, Ring. It picks up where the EP left off but in somewhat higher-fi, [...]
It was welcome relief at the end of a gruelling day of shows to head over to the launch party for Iain R Webb’s new book, Postcards from the Edge of the Catwalk on the river terrace at Somerset House.
Webb, who has been at the heart of fashion journalism for almost 30 years, has collected [...]
I didn’t watch The Special Relationship, the television drama of Tony Blair and Bill Clinton’s dealings over Kosovo. Michael Sheen is a good actor, but his Blair irritates me, partly because he makes Blair look small, in both character and physique.
However, I know a man who has seen the film, and the number of simple [...]
Disappointed that neither the Mail group nor News International seem to have put a lip-reader on the case of the front-row chat in Westminster Hall as the politicians waited for the Pope. Fortunately, The Independent on Sunday’s leading article today can reveal all:
Although it must be unlikely that Benedict XVI will be remembered as a [...]
It was hard to concerntrate on this show with clothes fit for the beach whilst Jude Law was so close.
I have in the past suggested that Nick Clegg was an opportunist, and not a very good one.
Could he in fact be a principled, tactically astute leader who is going to secure long-term advance for the Liberal Democrat cause?
This is not number 388 in my long-running series of Questions to Which the Answer is No, [...]
Day three of London Fashion Week opened with Swedish designer Ann-Sofie Back, who showed an intimate salon presentation of her new Atelje collection this morning at Somerset House.
Billed as a smaller collection for a mature and sophisticated clientele, there was all of the intelligence and imagination of Back’s previous collections, with an added elegance and [...]
On the eve of London fashion week, Spring Studios held the opening of their latest Exhibition B Side by Hussein Chalayan. Showing never before seen pieces, this exhibitions shows the designers exploration into the body, movement and voyeurism as well as demonstrating his fascination with form and process.
Running until the 23rd October.
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