Katie Eary revealed her SS18 collaborated collection with BOY London, spliffy and Pretty Green. Bonding over their history in British street fashion the iconic brands were able to pull together an amazing collection. Including items as far as sexy tropical printed swimwear and bikini bottom jeans to neon waterproof jackets, with round headpieces to add to the bug-like theme. This collection was something not to be missed.
A combination of silk pyjamas, mesh hoodies, washed denim, erotic tie up bikinis and heavily influenced BOY London streetwear apparel. Mixed with Eary’s distinctive prints in the form of creepy crawlies really added a beautiful contrast to this collaboration. This season’s prints included beetles, dragonflies and electric blue butterflies, inspired by Sci-Fi, High-Vis and Day-Glo this collection is a universe of Eary’s imagination.
With long Rizla invites offered to the Katie Eary x Boy London show guests, pink and green braided hair extensions and a great soundtrack choice the show was an incredible sight to see.
Staying true to their signature metropolitan-nomadic style, Nicholas K debuted its delicately dressy yet very urban Fall/Winter 2016 collection titled, "ARCONSANTI" during New York Fashion Week.
This season featured a range of luxurious materials combined with relaxed silhouettes. Crafted satin draped tunics paired with wrap high waisted belts were impressively coupledwith wrap skull caps. Along with corresponding fingerless gloves, details were apparent and ranged from off the shoulderreversible silk and knit dresses to ponchos, modish kaftans, as well as tailored slightly flared trousers.
Nicholas K advanced their collection by forming combinations of pony fur (cow) and lambskin jackets as well as abstract checkwool coats. Noticeablysophisticated outerwear made an awe-inspiring appearance within their Fall collection.
While using fabrications to their advantage, Nicholas K's color palette consisted of a wide array of violets including aubergine, amethyst, and iris as well as earthy tones such as desert, dunes, mauve, night shade, and naturally black.
Every season, it’s more and more obvious that Pam Hogg is the show that everyone is desperate to see. Be it for the wacky looks, unexpected fabrics or impressive frow-ers like Noel Fielding, the show is always a knock out with the press.
This year, held once more at Fashion Scout in London’s Freemasons Hall, was no different. The queue stretched far down the street, and notorious for a late start, almost an hour after the official start time, around 100 ticket wielding fans of the brand were turned away due to the venue hitting capacity. Why so popular?
Known for an odd mix of inspiration, Hogg’s collection this season was full of excitement, confusion and renowned extremism. It’s clear why this was a must see.
With a mixture of male and female models, Hogg sent a soiree of odd down the runway. Think acid bright 60s colours meets Edwardian art with a little sci-fi thrown in. Not your average collection, but an exciting one none the less.
Metallic and skin-baring mesh clung to models, embellished in metal hardware and sky high, thigh high boots. After the darkness of Hogg’s AW15 collection, the introduction of brights was well received, and mixed with sharp panelling gave a new meaning to colour blocking. A new trend for the up and coming warmer climes? Perhaps.
Fringed, skin hugging two pieces were juxtaposed with floor length, flared trousers and oversized blazers, leaving little room for dislike from any style of audience.
Full of surprises, Pam Hogg has proved once more that she can always find something new, exciting and enticingly strange, but if you’re planning on attending her AW16 show… I’d start queuing now.