Beauty & Go unveils new Bioactive Beauty Drinks

Created in collaboration with luxury skincare brand Natura Bissé and the leading Spanish company behind the research and development of functional beverages AMC INNOVA, Beauty & Go is a new brand of beauty drinks designed to promote beauty from within. We have recently seen the rise in new beauty drinks launched on the market but what makes Beauty & Go unique ...
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Looney Tunes Leads The Fashion Pack

Looney Tunes' iconic characters incite a playful, nostalgic cool-factor for numerous fashion leaders, proving it's continued relevance and influence across a wide range trend-leading retail channels. Boasting over 1,000 licensees, Forever 21, Zara, Primark, Bershka, H&M, Iceberg and Lazy Oaf are amongst the many industry tastemakers successfully partnering with Warner Bros Consumer Products to punctuate collections with the classic animation characters ...
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Country girl by day, party babe at night at Topshop Unique

London: One of the hottest tickets in town and with a front row packed with celebrities, the Topshop Unique design team took us on a very stylish trip - from the English countryside to a glamorous evening cocktail party. Everyday pieces got a luxurious approach – hand crafted lace, plush materials, stroke-able silks and floral embroideries had a Couture-like appeal ...
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Prada sales dip but firm vows growth ahead, investors are convinced as share price rises

Is luxury powerhouse Prada’s crown seriously slipping? The latest sales figures might have suggested so. But the markets Monday morning disagreed. The not-so-good-news from the Italian fashion house Sunday was a shock dip in sales, albeit only slightly, for 2014, marking a halt to the sure-fire double-digit growth of previous years. But Prada also gave assurances of better times ahead, and ...
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Tongue Twister: a multi-sensory food experience by Condiment Junkie

Experience designers Condiment Junkie installed Tongue Twister - a series of rooms and experiments exploring sensory perception - at Westfield Stratford this weekend. Housed in exuberant, Willy Wonka-esque sets, the experiences each explore the interwoven effects of light, colour, scent and flavour on how we taste food.
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LONDON: Eley Kishimoto Designs New Southerden Patisserie and Cafe

London-based design company and pattern expert Eley Kishimoto has unveiled its interior design for the new Southerden patisserie and cafe in central London, in collaboration with long-term creative partner Studio MacLean.
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Carnival Queens and a sense of humour at Sophia Webster

London: Who says shoes can’t be out of this world? Each season Sophia Webster is a must-see invite as she creates an alternate universe to showcase the personality behind her accessories. Sophia creates shoe butterflies and is master of modern day branding. This season combined mind-bending prints with intricately engineered shoe patterns and a love of Gwen Stefani in the ...
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Beautiful materials, embellishment and unexpected modernism at Mary Katrantzou

London: Opposites and contradiction in textile, silhouette and inspiration played a key role in Mary Katrantzou’s collection.  Models squished over the pink soundproofing foam that lined the catwalk path in shapes that one moment referenced Victoriana, the next the sixties and morphed into modern new ideas. Opening in grey – not print - the focus was on the body form and ...
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Boho and astrological charm at Matthew Williamson

London: Staged in the opulent gold hues of The Criterion, Matthew Williamson created a collection with a zodiac of print, embellishment and bold colour combinations.  Silks and seventies silhouettes appeared in gem colours inspired by birthstones such as garnet, sapphire, amethyst and jade. Leopard print and Mongolian fur were layered with embroidered silks, floral printed chiffons and a wild mix of ...
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A romantic trist in the seventies at Preen.

London: Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi created a collection for Autumn / Winter that was not far removed from the brands DNA – create clothes for everyday without constraints. This time, Thornton and Bregazzi gave the Seventies a fresh new vibe by marrying the myriad of floaty silk dresses with colourful checks and teaming them with cozy little shearling coats – ...
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Schoolgirl Nostalgia at Orla Kiely

London: Nostalgic and never without a sense of humour - Orla Kiely presented her collection inside the set of a mid-century modern library, signage demanding “Silence” from the audience. Kiely’s girls looked studious in a line up of girly, seventies inspired silhouettes in a muted colour palette referencing heritage fabrics and geometric prints. A-line mini skirts were the stuff of schoolgirl ...
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An Autumnal Stroll at Jasper Conran

  London: A catwalk covered in autumnal leaves told us Jasper Conran was embracing the fall season with open arms. Autumnal hues drifted down the catwalk; olives, rust, russet and burning amber evoking images of autumnal rambles through the countryside and wood burning fires. But this wasn’t your normal countryside stroll; rich, lavish fabrics oozed elegance– his girls cloaked in head to ...
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Small-town girls with a punk attitude at Sibling

London: East London trio delivered a colourful collection inspired by New York’s punk babe Debbie Harry – a polo-neck dress featured the lyrics of ‘Sunday Girls’ in a graffiti print, while a crewneck was emblazoned with the tittle of the American Gigolo soundtrack ‘Call me’. There was a humorous punk attitude throughout the lineup – the 80s hair, the pink ...
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History and a collection d’Arte for Simone Rocha

London: In London’s historic Guildhall, with a haunting backdrop of stain glassed windows and somber lighting, the atmosphere was set for what unfolded to be a collection d’Arte. Simone Rocha looked to the work of Louise Bourgeois and her 1991 work Mamelles – “a large-scale wall relief in which a series of female breasts have been moulded within a horizontal ...
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Anarchic Grown up Girls at House of Holland

London: Henry Holland’s girl has grown up this season, but still this collection was youthful and a lot of fun. Holland named his show - ‘uptown woman meets trustafarian urchin’  - however his lineup of tough and rebellious women was more uptown glamour than trustafarian. There were plenty of recognisable House of Holland signatures in this collection – oversized tartan ...
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