Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Daniel Syiem SS16 Collection at London Fashion Week


Tilted 'Second Skin' the collection feels and fits like second skin. Handwoven and organic textiles are in the signature style of minimalism with clean lines and drapes.


The contemporary silhouettes juxtapose with classic colours and fabrics to form a range of fitted pants, blouse, shorts and dresses.


Whimsical touches of jute and crochet add femininity.

Daniel Syiem was part of the Fashion International showcase held at the Amba Charing Cross Hotel

Mimpikita SS16 Collection at London Fashion Week


Titled 'A New Femininity', the collection is of long hemlines and folds of sumptuous fabrics of soft silks, linen and fluid metallics with accents of vibrant Malaysian Batik.

Traditional shawl collars compliment modern minimalist cuts.

Dresses that interplay slits, around pieces that are belted at the waist reveal a fresh take on day to night.


Asymmetric shapes and a fluid organic quality are dominant in throughout the collection.


Watch the video for the finale of the show:

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Maral Yazarloo SS16 Collection at London Fashion Week

Finding inspiration from the Persian Empire, medieval India and the glory of artistry in the Middle East, Deja Vu.the latest collection from Maral Yazarloo/House of Middle East & Asia, is a tribute to the Fusion designs that stood for the heritage, culture and style.

Deja Vu is inspired by a reminiscing reminder of simple yet sophisticated thought over designs, meticulous colourful detailed work that existing years ago.



The collection is a fusion of Western cuts and Eastern influences, handiwork, Zar-Gold thread work and machine work in abundance, each piece is made of leather, raw silk and velvets.


A transitional colour palette of mustard yellow, fiery orange, carmine maroon, peacock green, turquoise blue.

Completing the look is the handmade headgear and traditional handmade Bhutani boots.

Watch the video for the finale of the catwalk show:
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Vielma SS16 at London Fashion Week


Inspired by the golden age of Las Vegase in the 1950's and 60's, designer Gabriel Vielma has combined the elegance and class of the country-club resorts with the colour and buzz of the Strip to create a timeless, fun and feminine collection.


The collection embraces the optimism, individualism and diversity of Vegas itself in three infinitely combinable themes:
The Classic Appeal of demure cream and blue separates


A Modern Twist on the denim look reimagined in luxurious printed crepes and organza

The Pure Theatre of foil printed stars, intricate embroidered tigers and glitzy showgirl pieces


Which style will you go for?

Designer Duo Typical Freaks SS16 make up by The Body Shop for London Fashion Week

For the Typical Freaks designers at Fashion Scout's Ones To Watch SS16 show London Fashion Week, make up artist Lan Nguyen-Grealis uses The Body Shop Make-Up



Make Up Look for Jamie Wei Huang SS16 by the Body Shop for London Fashion Week

For the Jamie Wei Huang SS16 catwalk show at London Fashion Week, make up artist Lan Nguyen-Grealis uses The Body Shop Make-Up





CCUOCO SS16 Make Up by The Body Shop for London Fashion Week

For the CCUOCO SS16 catwalk show at London Fashion Week, make up artist Lan Nguyen-Grealis uses The Body Shop Make-Up




Ashley Isham SS16 Make Up by The Body Shop for London Fashion Week

For the Ashley Isham SS16 catwalk show make up artist Lan Nguyen-Grealis uses The Body Shop Make-Up




ANGEL CHEN SS16 'YouthQuake'‏ at London Fashion Week


Angel Chen Spring Summer 2016 collection is inspired by a new wave period called “Youthquake” prevalent in the 1960s and initiated by Diana Vreeland, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue of the time.



 It saw a cluster of new fashion, art and design powers stirring the creativity of the young generation.


An integral movement shaping the world as it is today, an incubator for such creative possibilities for fashion, design, and art.



 Her  designs represent the fearless new-age generation and diversity.




C. J. Yao SS16 at London Fashion Week


Titled 3721, the concept of the collection is to capture the rush of hot blood and excitement from acting on impulse: how the Chinese like to say 'I don't think too much into it and just went ahead and did it!'


C. J. Yao hopes to translate this impulsive energy and essence of youth culture with her design.
This season encompasses street and sports chic



Deconstructive tassles and inside out pieces demonstrate the desire to break free and be different.


Incorporating wearable denim, breathable and organic fabrics including linen to present the most primal yet ambitions idea of 'self'



A sense of mystery is implied by numbers with special meanings: Perfect 777 - the number that holds the universe together


Dimensional detail of the collars and skirts indicate a futuristic notion of time



A collaboration with YVMIN for accessories


Footwear by ECCO


Watch the finale of the catwalk show on the below video:
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