• Zandra Rhodes RTW Spring 2019

    1 month ago - By WWD

    The last time Zandra Rhodes was on the London Fashion Week schedule was in February 2016 for the fall 2016 shows. But, then, when you have been in the fashion business for almost 50 years, and you're Zandra Rhodes, you can come and go as you please.
    Next year will mark the 50th anniversary of the House of Zandra Rhodes. Ahead of that landmark, the designer presented a collection that mined her vast archive of prints, incorporating them into screen-printed chiffon dresses and jumpsuits that had a retro feel but were fun and fresh nonetheless.
    “That's the cactus print resurrected from 1975...
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  • T's Best Photos From London Fashion Week

    1 month ago - By NYT

    Highlights from the spring 2019 shows, including Riccardo Tisci's Burberry debut.
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  • Anna Wintour Sits Front Row At End Of LFW Event

    1 month ago - By OK!

    London Fashion Week barely exists without Vogue fashion editor, Anna Wintour. She's the one person people invite in the hopes of making their careers or breaking them. As LFW came to a close, Anna attended a reception hosted by English Prime Minister Theresa May to mark the end.
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  • Inside Burberry's Exclusive B Series Pop-Up in London

    Inside Burberry's Exclusive B Series Pop-Up in London

    1 month ago - By Hypebeast

    Following the media frenzy surrounding Riccardo Tisci's Burberry debut , the house debuted a selection of more casual garments, dubbed B Series , via social media. The B Series collection was initially limited to Instagram for 24 hours, but Londoners were able to get their hands on the goods via a special one-day-only pop-up event. Burberry's Regent Street flagship transformed into a B Series pop-up for one day, granting hands-on access to printed bags, patterned sneakers and Thomas Burberry monogram-emblazoned sweatsuits. Tagged with the date of the runway show, the goods flew off the...
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  • The Burberry S/S 2019 Show - Kingdom

    The Burberry S/S 2019 Show - Kingdom

    1 month ago - By Sandra‘s Closet

    “ I was thinking a lot about journeys as I started putting together my first Burberry collection. From my personal journey back to London 20 years after I showed my graduate collection here, to how far I have come. I was also inspired by how much London - the city that made me dream to become a designer - has evolved. This show is a celebration of the cultures, the traditions and the codes of this historic fashion house and of the eclecticism that makes up the beautifully diverse United Kingdom. ”
    Riccardo Tisci , Burberry Chief Creative Officer
    Yesterday evening, Riccardo Tisci presented...
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  • London fashion week: the inside scoop

    1 month ago - By The Guardian

    Sex, gender and rebellion were what everyone was talking about - and designers with the most to say didn't show clothes at all My favourite part of a really good catwalk show often happens about three minutes after the last model has walked down the runway. There is the bow, the applause and then, amid the general rush for the exit, a breakaway group battles backstage to pin down the designer, and record their thoughts on a swarm of iPhones. Sometimes, the chat is about Harris Tweed; sometimes it's about David Hockney. Sometimes it's hard to tell, in the backstage din. One time, I thought...
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  • Burberry Wows Retailers at London Fashion Week

    1 month ago - By WWD

    LONDON - Burberry's show during London Fashion Week wowed buyers, who raved about Riccardo Tisci's debut collection and his blend of sophistication and street. They also pointed to neon brights as a strong trend and said that emerging talent - usually so powerful in the British capital - didn't have much to say.
    Roopal Patel, fashion director of Saks Fifth Avenue, said Tisci's debut collection was “sophisticated, elegant and advanced with a street component,” while Lydia King, director of women's wear at Selfridges, said that “color and opulence are on an even higher volume” and “more is...
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