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Bianca Saunders reworks denim pieces to create the SS21 uniform

Bianca Saunders presented her SS2021 collection at LFW, including the launch of her new collaboration with Wrangler.

Paria Farzaneh dignifies a whole generation

Paria Farzaneh’s proposal for SS21 explores the sensory limits and dignifies the designer’s creative skills. Thus, her new SS21 menswear collection is an ode to the illegal raves and suburbs of the city of London. Taking care of every detail, the garments are presented to us as the most faithful option representing a generation.


LFW, September 17-22, in “phygital” format

LFW will be in “phygital” format, combining physical shows and digital content. The event will take place between September 17 and 22.

Three must-haves from London Fashion Week

The British Fashion Council organized in the London Fashion Week an audiovisual project where designers and creatives showed what they have been doing these last months.

London Fashion Week unveils its virtual line up

London Fashion Week would become a virtual event as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the British Fashion Council has released further details on what to expect.


London reinvents its Fashion Week (and we like the result)

To survive the pandemic, London’s Fashion Week will be digital and gender-neutral, merging male and female fashion shows.

Kiko Kostadinov enters the 5 dimension

The British sisters go deep on a futuristic yet classic imaginary, combining the best sides of these two concepts.

Ashley Williams’ cute insane proposals for FW20

Strongly influenced by metal and the 00s most sugary aesthetic, Ashley Williams embodied the most lovable chaos fashion could ever imagine.

Burberry SS20

Burberry, transition and contrast

Burberry made the London fashion week debut yesterday with their ‘Memories’ collection, in which Riccardo Tisci told the story of the British brand.

10 years of Astrid Andersen | LFW

A collection that mixes the best of the Astrid of 10 years ago with her new vision, equally positive but far from that exaggerated extravagance.

A more experimental Martine Rose | LFW

The British designer has become one of the #must of London Fashion Week. This time, Rose has opted for an experimental collection, with polished designs and references.


LOVERBOY began in the London club scene as a form of self-expression that Charles Jeffrey ended up elevating to the catwalk. We do a throwback at the beginning of the night where it all started, following until the last chapter of SS20.

Simone Rocha SS20 inspired by Irish tradition

On this occasion, Simone Rocha chose the Alexandra Palace Theatre, also known as the Ally Pally, as the setting for the debut of her SS20 collection.

Tisci’s Burberry is a fashion killer

Riccardo Tisci introduced us to his approach of the Burberry codes he’s developing, being this one the first carbon neutral show in the brand ever.

Victoria Beckham SS20 >>> Lightness, ease, freedom

“Lightness, ease, freedom”. This is how Victoria Beckham describes her SS20 collection, an ultra-feminine bet designed for women’s everyday life.


Kiko Kostadinov to become a Greek goddess

Laura and Deanna Fanning present a Spring 2020 collection that merges with boldness the real and the spiritual in a environment full of amulets and symbology. 

Craig Green’s anatomy for SS20

Craig Green doesn’t change the skin, he morphs it. He evolves with such determination that his identity is well recognisable when his designs appear on the catwalk or are shown in a windowshop.

Feng Chen Wang >>>>> Asian influence #LFW SS20

Feng Chen Wang has decided on the cultural influence of her two great referents, China and the United Kingdom, the origin and end of an emerging designer.

Xander Zhou SS20

It is undeniable that Xander Zhou is at the forefront of the new wave of young Chinese designers who are completely modifying male aesthetics.

C2H4 and the Posthuman Era formula

C2H4, techwear and a bold utilitarian aesthetics is the flag this shanghainese designers have chosen to wave. In love with hip-hop culture and Western-American style.

A COLD WALL* SS20 | Material Sudy for social architecture

The collection, called ‘Material Study for social architecture’, builds a relationship between four essential compounds: clay, lead, water and glass.