Friday, 29 November 2013

QVC collaborates with Look Good Feel Better to create Hope Charity Friendship Bracelets

QVC is collaborating with the charity Look Good Feel Better once again to create these exclusive friendship style bracelets.
There are 6 bracelets to choose from with three designed with the words LOVE, HOPE and PEACE engraved on a silver toned central disc. The other three have a silver toned heart, star and dove shape.
Available in a variety of bright colours from 30th Nov.

Thursday, 28 November 2013

Getting ready for Christmas with the cute Crimbo jumper

Nico Didonna Spring/Summer 2014 Collection

Nico Didonna's SS14 collection pays homage to the cubism movement, expressing the essence of the strong shaped paintings.

Using a combination of fresh, vibrant and dynamic silhouettes, Didonna focuses on the lines and colours.

The garments have a send of fluidity expressing the 'Freedom and Versitility in mind'.

Colour palette is of white, navy and emerald which reflect the clean lines and shapes of the collection.

There is an injection of yellow and gold depicting the vibrant hues of the Cubism blue period.

Fabrics used are of luxurious silks and satin back crepes .

The collection will be available in 2014 at the London store:
Nico Didonna
16A D'Ablay Street
London W1F 8EA
or online:

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

RCR Khomenko Spring/Summer 21014 Collection

Titled ‘Playful Me’ the collection was inspired by the designer’s 3yr old niece. Looking through the eyes of a 3 year old, this playful collection used recycled fabrics. 

 Bold prints included an array of classic cars on a boyfriend jacket

Zoo animals on an off the shoulder dress

 and a childlike interpretation of the Rangers Football club logo on a jumpsuit. 


Shoes by Carlo Pazolini
RCR Khomenko showed her collection  as part of the Merceds-Benz Kiev Fashion Days for London Fashion Week's Fashion Scout.

Monday, 25 November 2013

London's St Christopher’s Place helps shoppers take Christmas in their stride – or 489 strides to be precise

Today sees the launch of the #Festive489, a Christmas campaign designed to make the often frantic task of Christmas shopping an enjoyable festive treat   : all within 489 strides in the London boutique village of St Christopher’s Place.

Tried and tested, 489 strides is officially the shortest distance required to complete the full experience of this charming destination. On offer are 34 shops with a mix of designer and boutique fashion, traditional confectionary, gorgeous gifts, accessories, 25 diverse dining and drinking establishments, and even somewhere to treat yourself to a well-deserved pamper along the way.

Lost your list to Santa? 
Fear not, as the St Christopher’s Place signature Bell Boys will be on hand to guide you through your Christmas shopping dilemmas on weekdays between 11AM-5PM throughout the campaign period
(25th November-6th December).

Whether you’re picking up presents for the entire family, or simply out for a bit of festive self-gifting, St Christopher’s Place plays host to an unrivalled array of stores, including the spiritual home of Mulberry, high street flagships such as Whistles and beauty townhouse, Groom.

Win your winter wardrobe
St Christopher’s Place is giving two lucky shoppers the chance to win their winter wardrobe, with £500 to spend in the store of their choice*
*T&C’s apply Simply follow  @SCP_London on twitter,  visit St Christopher’s Place between the 25th November and the 6th December, and follow the instructions below to be in with a chance to win this Christmas:

·         Find one of St Christopher’s Place’s signature Bell Boys [dressed in purple uniform, they’re hard to miss!]
·         Snap a ‘selfie’ next to one of the bell boys
·         Be creative – whether taking in the atmosphere at your favourite haunt or flaunting your shopping bags – the more exciting the better
·         Upload your picture to twitter using the St Christopher’s Place handle @scp_london and Christmas hash tag #Festive489

The lucky winners will be announced on Friday 29th November and Friday 6th December and notified via Twitter.

Sunday, 24 November 2013

Anna K Spring/Summer 2014 Collection

Anna K SS14 is inspired by the young heroine and carefree romance of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night, the collection was aimed at the fashion loving young modern girl. 
 Sheer organza dresses breezed in with just a hint of ruffle

Organza overlays created girliness to practical shorts and tops 

whilst cute rows of tiny ruffles adorned trousers and the hems.

 Accessories included transparent handbags, a collaboration with Proskurovskar

Shoes by Carlo Pazolini
Anna Kolomoets showed her collection  as part of the Merceds-Benz Kiev Fashion Days for London Fashion Week's Fashion Scout.

Saturday, 23 November 2013

Lera Leshchova Spring/Summer 2014 Collection

The style of the LL brand is pure and clean, playing with contrasts and tailoring with a slight deconstuction.

Focusing on  clean lines, the main colour palette was of muted tones ranging from nudes, pink to light brown.

 The timeless collection of fluid dresses had a  dash of glitz in the form of exaggerated folds lined with sparkling lurex in lavender pink.

Shoes by Carlo Pazolini
Lera Leshchova showed her collection  as part of the Merceds-Benz Kiev Fashion Days for London Fashion Week's Fashion Scout.

Lia Syn Spring/Summer 2014 Collection

 Lia Syn SS14 was a mix of the bygone innocent romantic times with modest high necks and long skirts and the warrior princess touches of leather belts and harnesses.

The sheer trend can be seen on diaphanous blouses.

Colour palette was of neutral white, creams and light brown.

Shoes by Carlo Pazolini
Lia Syn showed her collection  as part of the Merceds-Benz Kiev Fashion Days for London Fashion Week's Fashion Scout.

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Modern Muse by Estée Lauder - sponsored post

Monday, 18 November 2013

Oliver Spencer Launches Capsule Womenswear Collection

Oliver Spencer renowned for his menswear, has now stepped in to womenswear with his first capsule collection for AW13.
Asked why he decided to venture in to the women’s side of fashion, Oliver explained that he realised women were discovering his brand through their boyfriends/husbands and had started to buy the smallest sizes of his men’s collection for themselves.
So it was a natural progression to create a capsule wardrobe for his female followers of style. Taking inspiration from the menswear collection, he has kept close to the men’s designs creating an androgynous capsule wardrobe but ensuring the pieces were cut and tailored to fit the female form.

The wide colour block horizontal stripes found on the men’s AW13 trousers and suits are repeated on the Willow shirtdress and the men’s comfy joggers in marl grey have found their way easily on to the women’s section.

Keeping the same inspiration as his men’s AW13 collection, Spencer looked towards the 20th century German art theorist Joseph Beuys and his involvement in the 1960s Fluxus Movement which saw art as a game for the artist to reconfigure the rules. Trousers are narrow with an androgynous silhouette but fitted close to the body and are complimented with loose tops for that clean tailored look.

The Willow shirt dress in navy is indigo dyed to mimic a denim look, but also with a diamond shaped print reminiscent of a Japanese kimono pattern.
Can we expect to find Oliver Spencer women’s collection on the catwalk of London Fashion Week in the near future? Oliver has no plans as yet. At the moment he finds the design and creation of the women’s collection a relaxing diversion to the demands of his men’s collections and wants to keep it that way for a while at least. Maybe not a whole show at LFW, but here’s hoping he will consider adding one or two female models wearing a few women’s pieces into his men’s catwalk show.

Images by photographer Jasper Clarke

Sunday, 17 November 2013

YASYA Spring/Summer 2014 Collection

YASYA  SS14 collection is based on femininity and minimalism.

Bodycon dresses and midi pencil skirts adorned with slanting zips or piping. Fabric is a mix of silk with polyamide for a sheen.

Sport is an important theme in the collection as wide vests are reminiscent of American football players' uniform. The main colour is white with accents of pistachio green, coral and electric blue.

whilst there are sheer bomber jackets in organza teamed with crop tops and tennis skirts and oversized turtle necks with tennis shorts.

For comfort, maybe a day away from the sports,  the collection features a relaxed pajama suit.
Shoes by Carlo Pazolini
Yasya Minochkina showed her collection  as part of the Merceds-Benz Kiev Fashion Days for London Fashion Week's Fashion Scout.


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