A nice thing during Fashion month is the fact that you can meet many gifted designers. Amongst them, you will find Erika Maish, a young designer from LA who graduated from CSM. Hard to ignore her beautiful installation at the BFC showroom. Her […]
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Knitwear is certainly not new into the fashion industry. However, in the past, knitwear was mainly related to grannies knitting clothes or accessories to their grand-children. Today, the imaginary around this specific field in the fashion industry is deeply evolving. Bold and sophisticated […]
London Fashion Week is the place for emerging talents. First of all, it’s where the BFC showroom takes place each season to underline the new generation of designers. Without surprise, I personally think it is the best city on the actual fashion map – only if I consider the western conception of fashion week. Not only the independent labels have a real place to express themselves, but I feel that they face an audience willing to go above the conception of main fashion.
You’re about to meet a young fashion designer that might challenge your perception of shapes and proportions. Welcome into Florentina Leitner’s universe, where volumes and structures are totally reviewed. Singularity is the perfect term to describe Florentina’s creations. Far from creating standard garnements, I truly think that she chose the perfect environnement to let her creativity run wild.
To me this article is very important, because first of all, it helps highlight talented emerging designers. Secondly, it is a way to show that fashion has no frontiers. We create our own boundaries in line with our conception of countries. But when you look outside you’ll discover a vast universe of creation, full of inspirations and meanings.
Introducing British fashion designer Patrick McDowell with his collection inspired by climbing experiences at the age of 6 years old with his father. Between sustainability and strong aesthetics, meet a designer that truly has a message to spread