Jewellery is a mainstay of fairly traded goods but some of it can look a little, well, homespun. ALAMA is a Maasai jewellery brand that …
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On Day One of London Fashion Week SS17, the focus on and interest in UK fashion’s young guns is almost palpable.
Yesterday, Grace Wales Bonner won the prestigious LVMH prize. The fash pack kind of knew; here’s what they’ve been saying about her in the past two years.
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Another season, another London Collection Mens: Day Four wrapped up with shows from Thom Sweeney, Katie Eary and Christopher Kane.
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Brexit, broken ceramic pieces strewn across the catwalk, minimalism and tradition, streetwear and summerwear: Day Two held the energy.
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At the powerful London College of Fashion BA16 show, models looked like characters from a single, devastated world.