Who else is excited about Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA 2018) starting next week?! I can’t believe it’s been a year since I was able to take my gorgeous then 6-month old mini-me to his first fashion week at … Continue reading
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How to wear the fun fringe
We like a bit of fringe. It’s fun, it’s flirty & whenever you wear it you feel this fabulous urge to do a twirl. 😉 The fringe look has featured on the catwalks for the past few seasons, from Balmain, Burberry, Chloe, Valentino … Continue reading
Happy Birthday to J’adorais!
It’s hard to believe that it has been three years since my sisters and I decided to pursue our dream of bringing together our love for fashion, food and travel and created J’adorais. What a wonderful three years it has been, … Continue reading
London Fashion Week SS14 – Heohwan Simulation
Hwan Heo is a London-based Korean born designer – a Royal College of Art alumni – who is now firmly bedded in at London Fashion Week as an emerging designer. He previously won the prestigious Fashion Scout Merit Award in 2012, which has … Continue reading
Back and ready to go!
Désolée!!! I’m so so sorry for disappearing for so long! My laptop has been a sick puppy and I being the Queen of procrastination, the poor thing was put in a self induced coma and has only just recovered! So … Continue reading
LFW A/W 13/14 Award Winner – Yifang Wan
I really want to share the AW 13 collection of a new talented designer, Yifang Wan. Somehow I managed to nab myself front row seats at the show in Freemason’s Hall. She is a Central St Martin’s graduate that won … Continue reading
LFW A/W 13/14 – Ashley Isham
After loving Ashley Isham at the last S/S 13 London Fashion Week, I had high expectations, and he didn’t disappoint. (also this time his designers were not so terribly skinny like last time making the clothes look even better).
His collection was stronger than the last one, I think autumn/winter collections tend to bring that out of designer, with leathers and army greens, reds and beautiful floral patterned velvets. The coats were armour like with extra visible shoulder padding, contrasting lapels, ruffled skirts, and strong shapes to ensure you the Ashley Isham woman is ever so elegant and beautiful. His evening dresses were extra long of course for extra drama, perfectly fitted with elegant 30s style skirt, with beading or leather waist detailing to give it the extra red carpet wow.
LFW A/W 13/14 – Bernard Chandran
Bernard Chandran is a designer already well-known in his homeland of Malaysia – he is the chief designer of the television show Project Runway Malaysia and has also guest judged in Britain’s Next Top Model. He is known as the darling designer of the royal family, and from seeing his collection, I can see why.
He started to delve into the fashion world by studying in the International Fashion Training Centre in Malaysia, before he extended his studies at the prestigious Paris Fashion School.
The collection was elegant, with sleek block coloured silk dresses mixed with patent leather, beautifully beading on silks and leathers, and sky like prints on fabrics bringing together the blue and orange tones. From capes, to jumpsuits… its hard to pick a favourite! I love it all!
LFW A/W 13/14 – Carlotta Actis Barone
Carlotta Actis Barone is an Italian born Central Saint Martin’s graduate, who already has five collections under her belt. She’s worked with the likes of Stella McCartney, Balmain and BCBG Max Azria… all very different brands with different looks and aesthetics to the Carlotta Actis Barone woman.
The collection was highly modern, with elegant long dresses with sheer skirts. The silhouettes of the 30s skimmed down the runway, with pleated and sheer fabrics to give glimpses of the woman underneath.
LFW A/W 13/14 Ones to Watch – Yulia Kondranina
Ones to Watch, who we can thank for introducing us to designers like Peter Pilotto and Eudon Choi, introduced us not only to Patrick Li , but also selected Russian-born designer Yulia Kondranina to showcase her collection, another Central St Martins graduate.
The collection started with a monochrome palette that brought the focus of the collection to the structure of the pieces, and closed with a bold combination of primary colours for a more dramatic effect.