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Preen

LFW: A deep aquatic dive at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

A visit to a photographic exhibition at London’s National Maritime Museum inspired the latest collection of Preen by Thornton Bregazzi.

Rejina Pyo

LFW: Rejina Pyo’s nod to nostalgia

Read our take on Rejina Pyo's accomplished and highly desirable second runway collection at London Fashion Week. WGSN Insider reports.

burberry

LFW: Burberry- Bailey’s brilliant and emotive swansong

Burberry collaborated with United Visual Artists to provide the ‘rainbow ‘of laser lights under which Christopher Bailey showcased his final collection.

LFW: Jasper Conran’s bespoke abstraction

The blue sky over Claridge's Hotel yesterday was a perfect accompaniment to the blocks of bright colour in Jasper Conran's AW 18/19 collection.

LFW kick-off: Richard Malone’s community spirit

London's rising star, Richard Malone took us on a nostalgic journey back to his hometown in Wexford, via the hustle and bustle of the lively Unyoke Market.

LFW

LFW: Three young designers to watch

Ah, London! The hub of creativity and young, emerging talent. But there’s just so many, it’s hard to know who to keep an eye …

Phillip Lim

NYFW: Phillip Lim’s modern wanderers

  A bohemian sensibility grounded in a subversive street aesthetic ran through Phillip Lim's A/W 18/19 collection. Catwalks Director Lizzy Bowring reports.

Sies Marjan

NYFW: Sies Marjan’s twisted reality

Last night, the bowels of a dingy basement of the Hotel Pennsylvania were transformed into a spectrum of visceral colour for Sies Marjan's AW18/19 show.

New York

Three key trends on the streets of New York

Typically a quieter city, style wise- New York show-goers have been shaking things up with colour and a sartorial take on tailoring. WGSN Insider reports.

Jonathan Simkhai

NYFW: Romance and feminism walk hand in hand at Jonathan Simkhai

The strength of womanhood is a common theme this season- and Jonathan Simkhai presented his own take, considering the centenary of the suffragette movement.

Wang

NYFW: Boardroom Hi-jinx as Wang means serious business

There are powerful messages resonating across NYFW and none more so than Alexander Wang’s final show within the current calendar format.

bottega veneta

NYFW: The artistic yet effortless appeal of Bottega Veneta

WGSN Catwalk Director Lizzy Bowring reviews the artistic craftsmanship yet effortless appeal of Bottega Veneta. WGSN Insider reports.