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Why So Serious: a new luxury fashion brand inspired by culture

Why So Serious: a new luxury fashion brand inspired by culture

Launched in 2013 by Terri-Leigh Finnegan, Why So Serious is a luxury brand that strives to give back to society by developing its designs from cultural and political issues. Acknowledging a gap in the industry, the fashion and marketing [read more]

An interview with rising womenswear designer Jara Wine

An interview with rising womenswear designer Jara Wine

Jara Wine is a playful, up-and-coming womenswear label based in London. Designs accommodate brave colour choice, charming prints and smart detailing forming effortless silhouettes. Consciously steering away from fast fashion, the brand [read more]

Interview with Dalia Daou of Daou Jewellery

Interview with Dalia Daou of Daou Jewellery

If you’re looking for that special gift for someone, Dalia Daou might have just what you’re looking for.  They have produced two art deco-inspired necklaces that are unique enough to make a statement without being overwhelming. The [read more]

One to watch: menswear designer Eliran Nargassi

One to watch: menswear designer Eliran Nargassi

  Eliran Nargassi has recently debuted his A/W 2014 collection. The designer has a personal and attentive approach to designing. His A/W 2014 collection was inspired by Robert Mapplethorpe’s series of black and white photographs [read more]

Interview with Victoria Durrer Gasse of La Galeria Elefante

Interview with Victoria Durrer Gasse of La Galeria Elefante

Victoria Durrer Gasse and Sharon Bar are the creative designers and store owners who are sending shockwaves all over Ibiza. Everyone in Ibiza adores these lovely ladies and their unique store La Galeria Elefante. These ladies are not only [read more]

An interview with the founder of Seaworthy Jewellery, Marisa Howard

An interview with the founder of Seaworthy Jewellery, Marisa Howard

Founder of Seaworthy Marisa Howard started her journey with a spring 2011 collection, inspired by late 70s/early 80s Vogue covers and ancient Egyptian adornment. Her new collection will be featured in March, with preliminary showings at [read more]

An array of wild and wacky pieces from Boy-Girl Tees

An array of wild and wacky pieces from Boy-Girl Tees

Founder of Boy-Girl Tees Tracey Glick has based herself in San Francisco, having studied art at the Rhode Island School of Design. She started her work back in the 80s aside from her role as art director of Rolling Stone Magazine, and then [read more]

London Collections: Men – interview with Kaushal Niraula

London Collections: Men – interview with Kaushal Niraula

Kaushal Niraula showcased his autumn/winter 2014 collection at the luxurious Luggage Room situated on the corner of Grosvenor Square. He was kind enough to sit down and chat with us about his collection and the future of bespoke [read more]

Trading Places showcases their unique Christmas crafts at Spitalfields Market

Trading Places showcases their unique Christmas crafts at Spitalfields Market

With so much shopping going on at this time of the year it is always nice to discover we can combine our spending with something charitable. On 21st and 22nd December there will be a Christmas Pop-up sale at Spitalfields Market called [read more]

Mishakaudi: jewellery making in the bones

Mishakaudi: jewellery making in the bones

When you look back over Marissa Lewis’ life it was almost inevitable that she would become a jewellery designer. Mishakaudi was started by Marissa in 2010. Her parents have been in the jewellery manufacturing and sales business her [read more]

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