LONDON, United Kingdom — British megabrand Burberry is set to bring its menswear show back to London on June 18, after more than ten years of showing in Milan, as part of London Collections: Men, the city’s standalone menswear week launched two seasons ago.
This season, no single moment dominated the fashion conversation. But there was still lots to talk about. Today, BoF brings you our bi-annual post-fashion month feature, The Season That Was.
LONDON, United Kingdom -- As London Fashion Week closes, Britain's budding designers must tackle the challenge of finding employment in an economy where most recent university graduates are struggling for work and in an industry that is notoriously competitive. London has a reputation as a cradle of new fashion talent, with the Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design boasting an illustrious list of alumni including Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Christopher Kane and John Galliano. The London-based school showcases its graduate talent every year in a show for fashion week, luring headhunters looking for up-and-coming talent to offer their labels. A lucky few will be tapped on the shoulder for positions at top brands. But most will have to…
As London Fashion Week comes to a close, Morgan O’Donovan brings us backstage images from the Autumn/Winter 2013 collections.
BoF spoke to the precise and sculptural London-based designer Thomas Tait in the hours before his Autumn/Winter 2013 show, just as the components of his creative vision — including lighting, sound, staging, venue, and of course, the collection itself – were all coming to life.
Topshop has teamed up with technology giant Google to stage a realtime, all-access consumer extravaganza around the live stream of its Topshop Unique show to be presented as part of London Fashion Week this Sunday.
Fun, Funky and Fabulous (IHT) “With male dancers sweeping up models from their chairs and depositing them on the dinner tables, and a magician performing sawing-the-woman party tricks, Stella McCartney’s evening dress show lived up to London fashion’s reputation as fun, funky and fabulous.” UK must do more to welcome Chinese: Fashion chief (Reuters) “British Fashion Council Chairman Harold Tillman said on Friday