Hackett London journeys from the vibrant city to the coastal retreats of Devon and beyond this summer. Spring Summer 18, Hackett London shows three trends, City Shades, The Great British Stripe and Devon Air.
City Rhythm, a trend that delves into layering of colour, shape and
Yumi Katsura reveals her SS18 Couture collection, entitled ‘Bonds’, which is influenced by famous Japanese, and European painters, such as Hokusai, Monet, Van Gogh and Rivière.
Ambassador of these two cultures she builds a bridge between far East and West with her 2018 Spring/Summer collection. Yumi Katsura pays a tribute to
Fury, fervour, effervescence! For his first couture fashion show in Paris, Rani Zakhem celebrates life and joy in incandescent metaphors. Fire is the essential element of this sumptuous yet relaxed collection, dedicated to a volcanic woman.
As devouring as ethereal, the sacred element comes in pyrotechnic
Names by Noush, is a fine jewellery brand created by Persian designer Anousha Razavi. After finishing her master’s degree in luxury design, she worked as a jewellery designer for many years in Europe, USA and Canada for large luxury companies such as Mont Blanc, Tiffany
“Authentic rebellion has a grace. For the past few seasons, Pierpaolo Piccioli has been exploring his vision of masculinity, one that casts off gender stereotypes to focus on individual expression. After cycling through punk and streetwear, his journey led him to post-punk performers such
Syrian designer Rami Al Ali, returns to Paris for the thirteenth season, to present his Spring/Summer 18 Couture collection, at the sumptuous setting of the Hotel Ritz Paris. The collection tells the harmonious intertwined story, between the art and elegance of The Hall of Mirrors,
Ralph & Russo Spring/Summer 2018 couture is a continued celebration of all women, and the collection pays homage to the Eastern exploration of Creative Director, Tamara Ralph.
Resonant of traditional Asian decoration, and punctuated by imperial red silk crêpe, acid green gazar and canary yellow silk
A never-ending pattern is at the origin of Tony Ward’s inspiration for this Spring Summer 2018 Couture collection: Fractals. This chaotic pattern is everywhere around us; they are found on trees, rivers, clouds, and seashells, Fractals’ shapes, are intriguing and infinitely complex; they originate from
Puma built the collection for confident women, En Pointe compliments all aspects of the hustler lifestyle; and because looking good, feels good, the collection’s ever-coveted millennial pink, plus an array of soft pastels, offers a variety of stylish pieces to play with.
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