New York Fashion Week: Womenswear (part 1)

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For A W 2012, New York’s designers appeared to have congregated and decided on one action: between them they would each reinvent the individual notions of their aesthetic whilst holding on to core elements of their design.  And the result? Designers were both familiar but remote, as if they’d re-formulated, re-working their renowned...

London Fashion Week - Krystof Strozyna

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BY LISA JIANG Debuted in the gorgeous art deco architecture of Freemason’s Hall, Krystof Strozyna’s ninth collection stayed true to the designer’s signature design aesthetic – a celebration of the female body.  Since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2007, the up-and-coming polish designer has gathered a...

Fashion blogger Q&A - Victoria India (VIPXO)

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  Victoria India is the proud owner of her very successful fashion and beauty blog VIPXO. Since launching her site at the back end of 2010 she has had 725,000 views and has nearly 4,000 twitter followers. Her chatty and honest blogging style has plenty of pictorial peeks into her life. She wins over readers and leaves them wanting more of...

London Fashion Week - Day one

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The capital turns carnival-esque from today as the fash pack dash over the Atlantic from New York to descend upon London for fashion week.  And what a fashion week it’s set to be; with the city gearing up for the summer Olympic Games there’s already a buzz in the air, and with LFW underway the atmosphere is about to turn electric,...

New York Fashion Week: Menswear (part 1)

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  New York Fashion Week is as much about dapper gentlemen as it is about the lovely ladies. Style conscious men will be on the lookout for directional pointers of what to expect for the fall winter trends of 2012.  After all, to be on trend in fashion you need to keep seasons ahead… this is one time where it’s not cool...

Condé Nast launches it's College of Fashion

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From next September in London, UK, Condé Nast, which publishes popular high fashion magazine Vogue, will open its doors to swarms of students hoping to be the next big thing in the industry. This is the first step into educational for the Vogue publishers. The college will not yet offer degrees, but hasn’t ruled it out in the future. ...

Beat the winter blues - Part one

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BY LISA POUNDER Lets face it, as soon as the first drop of snow falls to the ground we're either as excited as a two-year-old or hiding under the duvet waiting for summer. Either way, the winter takes a toll on our mood and appearance, the weather dries our skin and we lose our summer glow. In order to make yourself feel better and be...

Makeup looks for spring/summer 2012

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Fashion trends that are going to be hot for spring summer seem to be hogging the lime light and getting all the attention.  However we can’t forget that every chic outfit is completed with a flawless makeup look. So if you’ve read all about the headlining trends from sport-luxe to pretty pastels, but are still left wondering whether...

Little Miss Sunshine - Vogue cover

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One of the headlining trends of this Spring Summer is the ‘Little Miss Sunshine look’, featured on the cover of Vogue’s February issue and characterised by, “sweet looks, pretty pastels and punchy accessories” as described by fashion editor Lucinda Chambers. Drop-dead gorgeous model Arizona Muse looked effortlessly chic...

How to get through the cold weather in style

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BY CHLOE BISCOE Winter fashions can be overlooked compared to their summer counterparts, so when the snow hits it may seem impossible to look good and stay warm.  If you’re like me and really struggle with finding something on-trend and practical to wear at this time of year, help is at hand. 60's fashion - warm and chic ...