A revival of the 70s is as much about freedom as it is about fashion
Earlier this month the French fashion Mecca Galeries Lafayette held the second ‘La Mode C’est Vous’, taking over the Boulevard Haussman in the centre of Paris for the world’s biggest fashion show. Stylish members of the public were invited to celebrate the distinct personalities of the four fashion capitals of the world…
London Fashion Week kicked itself firmly into gear a couple of nights earlier than planned this year when garish young fashionista Rhiannon Jones launched her debut collection atop the National Car Park on Great Eastern Street. The whole thing was executed at
Why don’t we have a turtleneck club in the UK?
Slogan t-shirts are awesome, right?
Queuing, queuing, queuing, waiting, waiting, waiting (in the rain). This is where the majority of one’s time is spent during LFW. But boy is it worth the wait!
Joanna visits the studios of DroneBoy Laundry, a Cardiff based t-shirt company producing tees for the DnB crowd that are nothing like the horrible images you see if you search DnB t shirt in google.
I’m having a bit of a punk style revival. There’s something cool about that ‘don’t give a fuck’ attitude that I feel I could totally ride on in 2011.
A couple of weeks ago we slagged off collaborations between high street/designer clothes (and gas masks amongst other things) but we did mention that occasionally you’ll spot a nice one. Sophie rounded up a load of those for us.
The Yellow Bird Project is a Montreal-based non-profit organisation that works with an amazing range of indie rock musicians to create unique t-shirt designs that benefit an array of charities, each chosen by the musicians. Musicians including Bon Iver,Bloc Party, Grizzly Bear, Metric, The National & The Shins…..