Patterns of LFW 2017 – cont.

So London Fashion Week has me totally hooked! I couldn’t wait to see all the shows from yesterday and I was not disappointed. Although it’s not your usual big names like Gucci or Versace these designers are huge in the industry but just not well known to muggles like myself. Take a look at what wonders I have found…

First up is Erdem, which is a ready to wear designer. This brand was established in 2005 in London and was founded by ErdemΒ Moralioglu. The dresses are absolutely beautiful and the cut they have kinda looks like old Victorian dresses but with a bad ass twist.

” Known for his use of experimental textiles, vibrant prints, and detailed craftsmanship, Erdem has created a beautiful world of the delicate mixed with the bold.” – erdem.com

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And the other designer that caught my eye was Huishan Zhang. Now this is a designer that I have never heard of until I spotted a dress on vogue.com. His ready to wear collection was filled with soft colours and feminine shapes to them.

“Creating a luxurious brand where Eastern heritage meets Western influences, his collection create a romantic sophisticated and ageless philosophy with feminine details, strong lines, and directional details.” Β – huishanxhang.com

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All photos were from vogue.com with credit to Indigital

Thanks for reading. Have a look at yesterday’s post for more LFW 2017 inspiration.

T x

Patterns of London Fashion Week 2017

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So I’m not usually into Fashion Week’s because fashion doesn’t bother me. I mean I love a good shopping spree as much as the next girl but crazy fashion fads (I’m looking at you loafers!) just don’t excite me. BUT one thing that has stricken me looking at vogue.com is all the lovely patterns that I am seeing for Autumn/Winter 2017. Catwalks were 19th Feb.

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First post of 2017 – sorry!

Well it’s been a while and theres no excuse for it! So let’s bypass the apologies and get stuck into an amazing artist that I had the pleasure of meeting.

Top Drawer 2017 was held in London Olympia and it’s a trade show that is filled to the brim with beautiful products and talented artists. I had a blast working there and that’s where I met Poppy Ward.

 Poppy is the founder and creative director of P.Westwell. This “studio is dedicated to fine British design and draws inspiration from Asia’s culture and environment”.

I was wandering around the show and was immediately drawn to her stand which was filled to the brim with luxurious gem stone colours and large painted botanical leaves. Her products include fabrics, art pieces, fabric and soon to be wallpaper.

Poppy’s work is solely inspired by her trips to Malaysia when she was younger and the essence of that culture shines through the work perfectly. Take a look at her work here, I think it’s absolutely beautiful! 


Thanks for reading and I promise I’ll see you soon πŸ™‚

T x