Tag: London Fashion Week

  • Halpern Empowerment

    This collection from Fashion Designer Halpern at the London Fashion Week shows the power of imagination merged with function for style.  Using different materials and shapes each look had the theme of female empowerment.    Women who mattered during these times.  This season the house used front line workers as models.  Fabulous!  Stay tuned for […]

  • London Fashion Week Men

    My London Fashion Week Men impressions are so far so good. As always, even in middle of the Brexit Crisis, the city finds its creative spirit, edgy, off kilter. The weakest of the Menswear week, London has proven to be one of residence. Enlisting big names, Beckham, Dandy, and a Prince, to give lift into […]

  • Behind the Scene at Pringle of Scotland

    Behind the Scene at Pringle of Scotland

    RUSH! RUSH! RUSH! Hair, Make up, Models, make-up artists, and hairstylists, all working in sync preparing for the Pringle of Scotland Fashion Show during London Fashion Week.  Black and Paper got images of the crew preparing for the 12:30 runway deadline. Images by Leah Ahuja, Associate Editor of Black and Paper

  • London Fashion Week Men’s Overview

    An Insider’s view of the Fashion Week scene and looks. Powered by Canon EOS M6

  • London Fashion Week Men’s Street Styles

    London Fashion Week Men’s Street Styles

    The streets of London are always colorful but during Fashion Week there is an added mix of fashionistas parading around in their best peacock looks. Powered by Canon EOS M6.

  • London Fashion Week Men

    London Fashion Week Men has kicked off to a start that can be described as “creative.”  Of the all fashion centers, the British capital has always been a step in the direction of quirky.    Designers are more inclined to step out of comfort zones.  The availability of fresh creative talent in the city means there […]

  • London Fashion Week

    Collections we liked from London Fashion Week Felder Felder looks were shiny then moved on short skirts with prints. Gareth Pugh went for red  then moved to black this season with a collection that was fun if not a bit over the top. Burberry Prorsum moved into the future with cut outs, mini dresses, and […]