The other day, I was scrolling, mindlessly browsing on ASOS as I was half watching the EU referendum news on BBC, as you do, and stumbled upon a black leather bum bag. I was surprised that it caught my attention at all because I don’t usually make an effort to look out for them, quite the opposite. However, a force beyond comprehension came over me and somehow I face the morbid thought head on and said… challenge accepted!
The womenswear fashion month is upon us and I’ve decided to take a short break from outfit and music posts to revisit one of the London Collections: Men shows I attended a few months back.
As part of the rising generation of international designing talents, Sean Suen succeeded Sankuanz (read review) as the latest Chinese designer to be sponsored by GQ China at LC:M. Continue Reading
With the theme “Not Another Catwalk”, Universal Works’ S/S16 presentation took place in the stunning St George’s church in Bloomsbury, London.
Founded in 2008, Universal Works is led by director and designer David Keyte, who has spent 30 years in the game and sources inspirations from his upbringing in the Midlands and childhood memories of his elders’ work attire and everyday dressing.
It’s been just a little over a week since I returned from my trip to London Collections: Men – it was such an eye-opening experience and even more so the second time around. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it.
One of my favourite showcases took place in the Institute of Contemporary Arts,
where Thomas Pink treated us with drinks, beautiful tailorings and a view of a miniaturised Big Ben (albeit a bit bleached out in the harsh daylight). Continue Reading