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‘A Fierce Sculptural Collection of Contrast and Rebellion’

Nouveau Inspired Lyrical curves morph into deadly talons,whilst splashes of red provide a luxourious canvas to this darkly romantic drama. Not for the tame.

Among the many things happening during Fashion Week, Catwalks, Films, Salon Shows, Night Parties, The Exhibition is also part of these exciting list of events. For buyers always on the look out for the newest trends and procuring the most selective stock for their stores this is the ideal venue to secure the stocklists to have for the upcoming season.

We took a break from the catwalks to make sure we could bring you a glance at the amazing talent in London Fashion Week Exhibition.

We looked at Yunos and Eliza exhibit and we were so pleased at the uniqueness and crafmanship of the items on display. Here is a couple of images from our brief encounter.

Poseidon Ring

‘Beardy Poseidon, the sea roving rakish beauty, Father of many herows,brother to Zeus, his past is not as clean as he’d like you to think.’

Rock Vault is a jewellery initiative to support,showcase and promote Britain’s most innovativ,fine jewellery talent.

Christopher Raeburn

London Fashion Week



The collection references the style and pursuits of the first female aviators. Among a selected group of editors, fashinistas and style concious people the collection was unveiled at the Portico Room in Somerset House during London Fashion Week SS13.

FLIGHT, takes a spin on a militant quilted style. The Coat, Jacket and Bomber are fitted and ribbed and inspired by European combat pilots. The lightweight component of this ready-to-wear collection is done by nylon complemented by cotton paneling giving it a almost iridescent quality.

The show beggings with aerial music playing int the background, almost like a world war II movie, the sounds of the planes diving and menuvering sounded all too realistic. The show was a hit, a small audience but a definetely a well received collection of fashionable and utilitarian wardrobe. The backpacks and handbags were also a big hit among the crowd. Seems that the ready to wear with a flare of vintage military inspiration applied to new materials was a total success. Expect to see more of these trends on the stores as the people really like the inspiration and color palette for SS13.



London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week takes place biannually and it features established designers such as Burberry, Paul Smith, Vivienne Westwood as well as emerging talent sponsored by Topshop.

LFW is one of the highest profile fashion events int he world and it’s one of the ‘Big Four’ international catwalk shows with the most influence.


The event is organixed by the British Fashion Council and it’s sponsored by brands such as Vodafone, Canon, Mercedes-Benz, American Express, Topshop, The May Fair Hotel, MAC, Vitaminwater,etc.

The following took place in London Sept 13th-18th 2012

–The Courtyard early in the morning– Before the shows begin, people prepare around the grounds. Make up artist and Hair stylist arrive early to do their magic and make everybody more beautiful than they already are. Photographers also get to Somerset early, they must mark up and be ready when the shows begin. Of course, the people at Somerset are there, polite and hard working, they all look and act so professional. There are the door people, always making sure everyone has the right credentials to go in and out of the buildings. It’s amazing that so many different people get together to appreciate the one thing in common, FASHION. There are Magazine editors, Fashion Stylists, Buyers, Bloggers and friends of the House, among the celebrities attending the Fashion Shows. It’s all so surreal and at the same time.

Everyone is working, prepping and preparing for the days ahead. People are picking up their credentials and doing pre- coverage of the event.

The place is peaceful with a glance of what’s about to change in the next day or so. Guards are all holding their post, each at the entrance of the many rooms and always very respectful and attentive.

The courtyard transforms into a hub for the Fashion world.

Pictures don’t do justice to the amount of work that goes on days prior to the event. The coordination and execution of the details is just perfectly tuned.

Nice area to take a break from the hustlr and bustle of the day.

Fatima Lopes SS13

Sept 25th 2012

Theatre du Chatelet

Paris France

Fatima Lopes

Lopes was part of three Portugese designesrs showing at Paris Fashion Week. Her collection seem to draw inspiration from a jungle theme. Filled with bright and bold print and colors, her collection “Luxuriant Paradise” was a combination of curve hugging and asymetrical pieces.

Unfortunately, I did not get to attend the show due to the overwhelming crowd and the lack of space at the venue. Even though we had an invitation, it seems that things were sketchy to say the least. Well, I chose not to dwell on the fact that there was no room in the show and I awaited patiently while conversing with a fellow acquaintance from London. I had just seen her at LFW and now here in Paris, so we stay behind chating about the stories from last week and shows to go. It’s always interesting seeing how people react to things. There are those people that loose the coolness and make a fuzz about not getting into a show, there are those that scam their way into the show. There are so many stories unfolding right infront of my eyes and to be honest, I really enjoyed staying behind to document this experience. More about it in a future blog.For now I’ll leave you with the pictures we got, thanks to our amazing team of photographers we were at least able to cover that part of the show.

We can infer it was very colorful and festive. Below I’ll leave the looks for SS13 for this designer.


The first look is an open slit dress with asymetrical lines. The one 3/4 long sleeve in a stretchy material. The print and colors are very bright, aquamarine tones and slight purples.

Next, a model wearing a body fitting dress with 2 slits on the front with the same patterns and tones.

A short dress in green tones and abstract print, along the strapless knee length two slit mustard/shiny metalic tones dress. Followed by more tight curve-hugginh combinations.

A pants ensamble was also featured at this collection, as seen on the pictures the black pants with pleats were a little below the knee in a trend for the season. The ultra bright top was also silluette hugging. Accesories were also present. Flowers moulded in belts and necklaces and as part of the shoe decorations. A good play in bold colors and tropical prints were the staple for this collection.


Fred Butler Live presentation

Fred Butler

A Bee In My Bonnet, With A Honey Hair Comb

SS13 Live Presentation & Fashion Film Screening

Mon 17th September

Portico Rooms, Somerset House

fred butler style

As part of London Fashion Week Schedule SS13 Fred Butler unvailed her collection. Gold, metallics, hexagones and honey bees can summarize the aesthertic of this wearable sculpture of intricate textures and accesories. Multi-talented Fred has been called the London renaissance girl due to the many talents such as custom made prop styling, art directing and film making. For a closer look at the work, check the site.

Invitation to the Presentation & Fashion Film Screening SS13. As much as I wanted to keep every single invitation for reference while typing these notes, I have to be honest and say that I couldn’t and left some (most) behind in London, but this one was way too cute for me to leave and I packed it inside a GRAZIA magazine for the rest of my trip. Let me tell you, one invitation may seem not to weight a lot but if you keep on adding, the weight piles up. Like I said, this Fred Butler invite was so well tought that as an artist, I have to give her my respects and keep this piece for all of you to see. I know, I could have easily taken the picture back in my hotel in London and move on, dispose of it as many (most) people do, but in my case this invitation was a product of a very creative person and I would have not felt right to discard it, especially after seeing the amount of detail that went into this presentation. From the model’s nails, designed as bees with a wasp and all to the hexagonal backpacks looking like a honeyhive. No detail was spared, everything seemed perfectly planned and thought through. and of course the music. Wbhat a great presentation!

Fashion Film Screening

Fred Butler Spring Summer 2013 Collection video

Music collaboration with Two Inch Punch. Red Bull Catwalk Studio.



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