Posts by Jasmine Banbury

Joffrey Monteiro-Noël and Vadim Alsayed – Traque

Joffrey Monteiro-Noël and Vadim Alsayed’s ‘Traque’ explores the essence of artistic flare, transforming the reality of what movement is, into a tale of creativity and curiosity. With Monteiro-Noëls background being of the theatre, it is no surprise that this creative works with the of both space and expression – Joffrey Monteiro Noël kindly took the time…

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Å by Jigsaw – London Fashion Week – AW17

For This Spring/Summer London Fashion Week, Jigsaw explored the notion of the ‘see-now buy-now’ concept, and celebrated the release of Autumn/Winter 17 line ‘Å’. With a curiousity into what makes a garment ‘luxurious’, and how to bring ‘luxury’ into the contemporary market, designer Collette Brown delved into English Eccentricity, combining the idea with the bohemium…

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Alexandra Moura – London Fashion Week – SS18

  In exploration of the eighteenth century Portuguese palaces, combined with manor houses, Alexandra Moura’s spring/summer 18 collection took the notion of ageing and indeed the progression of time, to create a collection that was not only wearable, but also exquisitely made and constructed. Through the construction of oversized silhouette shaping, combined with the use…

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Rejina Pyo – London Fashion Week – SS18

Inspired by Nicholas Nixon’s Photographic series “Forty Years of The Brown Sister”, Rejina Pyo’s Spring/Summer 18 collection saw the exploration of femininity and indeed the existence of sisterhood, both past, present and future. In a dream-state of relaxed silhouettes, combined with soft, warm tones and embellishment, Pyo’s collection optimises the dream like state of being…

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Toga Archives – London Fashion Week – SS18

Holes, suits, crumpled.” Three literal words that describe the far from simple collection of Toga Archives Spring/Summer 18 show. It was clear to see that the relationship of holes, suiting and crumpled fabrication played out an interesting juxtaposition within design technique and creativity. It was evident to see that, through experimental tailoring, an adverse image…

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House of Holland – London Fashion Week – SS18

  In the world of House of Holland, no catwalk story is ever boring, nor is it never an action if escapism into adventure, excitement, fun and fantasy. For this season’s spring summer show, Henry Holland stayed true to what makes him identifiable and positively fantastic. Working effortlessly with the Pirate image, intertwined with the…

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Paul Costelloe – London Fashion Week – SS18

“It’s Paris, Washington, and a touch of day-dream allur” is a summation of Paul Costelloe’s Spring/Summer 18 collection, and what a day-dream allur it was. In true Paul Costelloe style, this season saw the collision of Parisian Chic and American gGlamour create a beautifully feminine yet utterly fantastic show of craftsmanship and design. In tones…

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Edeline Lee – London Fashion Week – SS18

    In true realisation of feminine courage and what it means to be a woman, this Spring/Summer 18 saw Edeline Lee take inspiration from the essence of Georgia O’keeffe and her personal journey, exploring what it takes to act alone but with courage, using Okeefe’s statement of “I’ve been absolutely terrified every moment of…

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