Amidst a challenged and changing Australian fashion landscape, the search for unique designer talent returned some promising positive results, says BoF columnist Susanna Lau.
While still at school, fashion students are increasingly working with brands and retailers to earn valuable experience and build their profiles. Meanwhile, brands and retailers, as well as the fashion media, are seeking to unearth and tap the raw creativity of undiscovered talents at a younger age. Susie Bubble reports.
Looking back Japan Fashion Week, BoF columnist Susanna Lau, aka Susie Bubble, reflects on Tokyo’s fragmented fashion landscape and catalogues the designers that caught her eye.
Today, BoF columnist Susanna Lau, aka Susie Bubble, examines the work of John Earnshaw, a young design talent from Manchester who first popped up on her fashion radar while judging Graduate Fashion Week.
With London Collections: Men approaching, BoF columnist Susanna Lau, aka Susie Bubble, examines the work of London menswear designer Alan Taylor.
Today, BoF columnist Susanna Lau, aka Susie Bubble, examines the work of Faustine Steinmetz, a young design talent on her highly attuned fashion radar.
BoF columnist Susanna Lau, aka Susie Bubble, says the London College of Fashion’s MA program, with it’s focus on wearability, deserves attention alongside the creative powerhouses of Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art.
Today, in the second instalment of Bubble and Speak, columnist Susanna Lau, a.k.a. Susie Bubble, examines the work of Steven Tai. LONDON, United Kingdom — For the last 27 years, the Hyères Festival of Fashion and Photography has been a hotbed of design talent, producing grand prize winners like Viktor & Rolf, Felipe Oliveira Baptista and, more recently, Anthony Vaccarello. I attended Hyères in 2007 and 2008 and was impressed by