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Phoebe English In Conversation

Photography by Haruki Horikawa. Styling by Eunice Jera Lee. Hair by Takanori Yamaguchi. Makeup by Joanna Banach. Model: Hannah Noble at Elite London. Stylist’s Assistant: Francesca Prudente. All clothing and shoes, Phoebe English. Mouthpiece, R/P Encore x Phoebe English. Turban and Stockings, customized by stylist. Sitting in her Hackney studio, the quietly intellectual Phoebe English [...]

Thomas Wakeford

Spring 2012 There’s a popular saying: Two heads are better than one. Maybe you’ve heard it. Take for example the powerful designer-stylist pairing of Carine Roitfeld and Tom Ford or Marc Jacobs and Katie Grand. And now, tucked away in far East London, the womenswear label Thomas Wakeford joins the list of collaborative companies. Designed [...]

Felipe Rojas Llanos

All images from Felipe Rojas Llanos Fall 2011 As the home of leading fashion education institutions—from Central Saint Martins to Royal College of Art to London College of Fashion—London is often considered the industry’s capital of emerging talent, with each season birthing a new class of ideas and enthusiasm. Some designers stay for a season, [...]

In Conversation with Thomas Tait

Looks from Thomas Tait’s 2010 MA collection Fashion may be notoriously fickle, but there is one name that has managed to maintain top standing when it comes to fostering up-and-coming talent: Central Saint Martins. Fueled by a unique combination of obsession and naivety, Thomas Tait applied to Central Saint Martins’ MA Womenswear course in 2007. [...]

Chronicles of London Fashion Week – Fall 2011: Danielle Scutt, Henry Holland and Central Saint Martins

Backstage at Danielle Scutt. Images by Lucy Carr-Ellison. “Are you going to a funeral? A fashion funeral,” mocked a cheeky photographer at the Danielle Scutt show. I had apparently still not registered the “no black” memo. But it was no matter, because Scutt’s neon-infused Fall collection had enough hue for the entire audience—or at least [...]