Sister by Sibling
Warrior in woolworths s/s 2013

ÚNA BURKE
RE.TREAT collection "Where restriction becomes healing"

ÚNA BURKE is an artist designer based in London :” Through my work I continually aim to create leather objects which are both visually captivating and technically challenging. They are indefinable as particular garments, avoiding being placed into the conventional categories of the fashion industry. They are free to exist as wearable objects, to be interpreted independently by each individual. I use traditional leatherworking techniques to produce these evocative, conceptual creations and in doing this I hope to encourage a new and more modern appreciation for leather craftsmanship, presenting the possibilities achievable through the use of this material in both the areas of visual art and of functional design.”

LYNNE KAYENNE MEETS CHRISTIAN BLANKEN
exclusive interview for Dario Cuci

Getting an interview with your favourite designer is every girl’s dream. But when your favourite designer is one of the busiest and hard working men in fashion then things can get tricky. I wasn’t going to let it defeat my rock and roll dream chasing edge so took my chances and made it happen. I finally managed to chat to Christian Blanken on hisdesigns, his brand, SS12 collection and most important of all, the brain food for every Dream chaser; motivation, inspiration and purposefulness.

KATIE EARY
Autumn/Winter 2012-13 London Fashion Week

Lot of expectations for Katie Eary’s performans on the London runways, looking forward to the show also Kanye West, with a special ringside seat to carefully watch at the show.

FYODOR GOLAN
Autumn/Winter 2012 London Fashion Week


Inspired by the juxtaposition between Russian peasants and royalties, Autumn Winter 2012 delves into the stories surrounding the final czars of the Romanov family and the myth of their daughter Anastasia, the sole survivor of the family massacre. Exploring the journey of her escape and the loss of her privileged life, Fyodor Golan investigated the correlation to that of an insect that changes itself for protection.

PAM HOGG
Autumn/Winter 2012-13 London Fashion Week

Yesterday Pam Hogg presented her collection for London Fashion week, I was there, here some pictures of the collection.

MOSCHINO CHEAP & CHIC
Autumn/Winter 2012-13 London Fashion Week

The Italian Brand of Moschino Cheap & Chic showed yesterday for the first time in London. The creative director Rossella Jardini riffed on “makeup and Queen Elizabeth”, and the result was an ice cream-hued, royalty-gone-askew foray.”It’s about making up your life,” she said before the show. The designer Francesca Rubino  presented silhouettes were vaguely ’60s and came in an eclectic palette of makeup prints, patchwork lace, and rainbow fur. Cosmetic prints plastered puff ball skirts and cocktail dresses. Patchwork lace dresses came in a delicious assortment of candy colours, while fuzzy fur boleros and bags added a cute yet kooky edge.

LENNY MÜLLER
exclusive interview by Dario Cuci

Lenny Müller was born in Lichtenberg on July 21th. He is a new international model increasingly sought by stylist and designers for editorials and fashion shows. Of course he stands out for his great body but also for the distinctive expression. I had the chance to met him during the photo-shooting of Sadak´s winter lookbook 2012 where i was working as stylist. Lenny is a very nice guy,here a brief interview to get closer to his world.

A CHILD OF THE JAGO
Spring/Summer 2012, London Fashion week.

A Child Of The Jago was founded in 2007 by Simon “Barnzley” Armitage and Joseph Corre. As long standing friends they have for many years been making clothing for them selves as individuals using end of line luxury wools cashmeres and cottons. after many years of dressing up and showing off to each other they decided to open a store in the east end within walking distance of the local tailors shops.

JENNY POSTLE
Autumn/Winter 2011-12

Jenny Postle is a 23 year-old British knitwear designer. She completed her design education at Central Saint Martins, showing her A/W 11-12 collection at London Fashion Week. Jenny draws upon an eclectic range of influences to create an innovative approach to knitwear that embraces color, texture and pattern. Handmade on a domestic knitting machine, she uses a variety of original and skillful techniques to push the boundaries of knitwear. A labour of love; each piece is the result of careful consideration and an extraordinary attention to detail.