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Looking Through My Looking Glass

  • 24th April
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Like the story of the Secret Garden, footwear’s new leading lady Sophia Webster creates the perfect habit for shoe lovers at London Fashion Weeks Spring/Summer Show somewhere in Regent’s Park.  Sophia Webster‘s “Insect Slumber Party” had every editor ooh-ing and aaah-ing like little girls who’d just walked into Barbie’s wardrobe.

The show tent was filled to the Brim with flowers and colourful butterflies, smiley models, with the soft sound of Katy B singing in the background a pleasent scene away from the catwalk. SS14 collection was definitely the dreams of a very girly girl garden of paradise; each shoe designs and bags is a blend of cute and sexy. The negligee-clad models were having a blast on their flowerbeds, playing with the crowd, showing off  their fluffy notebooks, funny slogan clutches and of course, the shoes.

Sophia showcased heels decorated with butterflies, ladybugs and flower; also over-the-knee gladiator heels, mules, sandals and cute flats. A splendid 3rd collection, since leaving her position as Nicholas Kirkwood’s assistant.  SS14 was great for Sophia Webster and here an inspired Street Style collection: Rosantica Papavero

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London Fashion Week: Sophia Webster Like the story of the Secret Garden, footwear’s new leading lady Sophia Webster creates the perfect habit for shoe lovers at London Fashion Weeks Spring/Summer Show somewhere in Regent’s Park.  
  • 24th April
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Fashion is an aspect of culture; an entity that controls our everyday life some try to opt-out but its near-less impossible. Often fashion makes it abruptly clear it is culture and it is a means of displaying art on ht masses. Jeremy Scott the designer behind the Junk Culture infused collection; infuses the love for red,yellow and black or otherwise known as Ronald McDonald with every famous Chanel silhouette under the sun.

Who doesn’t love the Golden Arches?

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Moschino Culture Fashion is an aspect of culture; an entity that controls our everyday life some try to opt-out but its near-less impossible.
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LFW (London Fashion Week), would not have been complete without the mastermind due of one of the most popular labels of the 21 century Peter Pilotto. Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos the co-creators of the Peter Pilotto label, both hailing from Antwerp’s renowned Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Print and impeccable tailoring work shined a flattering light on the female form; the catwalk was light with divine elegance with each print that step across it.

Peter Pilotto SS14 was a vibrant feast for the eyes, due collaborated the use of colour, print, embroidery, and appliqué  o make the skin of the model look dynamic and zesty. In Peter Pilotto fashion the garment provided the female silhouettes with a to die for figuration; the hooped short skirts; the cropped shirts with oversized sleeves; sheer panels; bracelet sleeve jackets; kept the physique slim but veracious as it creates contour in the right places to add those curves.

It might not give you Marilyn Monroe or Beyonce but if you want to achieve a look of elegance and vanish, Look no further than the Street Style collection: Peter Piloto Eva

London Fashion Week: PETER PILOTTO LFW (London Fashion Week), would not have been complete without the mastermind due of one of the most popular labels of the 21 century Peter Pilotto.
  • 23rd April
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London Fashion Week

LFW started some of the many brilliants in the fashion world including a favourite of SimplyGlamx Erderm. This spring/summer collection produced by Erdem presented a flurry of pastel pastels, appliqué and trademark florals, immersed within splashes of neon and daring snakeskin to give the design that quality edge.

Erdem never fails to flatter to the female body creating beautiful garments for the…

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I got my gold watch, I got my flight, I got my new misguided jeans ♥️😺👍 life’s good (Ty Mumzi)

I got my gold watch, I got my flight, I got my new misguided jeans ♥️😺👍 life’s good (Ty Mumzi)

  • 21st April
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J Crew sets it’s eyes on new Regent Street store

J Crew sets it’s eyes on new Regent Street store

Premium fashion chain is latest in fresh wave of US clothing and food retailers to chance their luck on the UK high street.

Models present designs from J Crew during this year’s fashion week in New York. Photograph: Eric Thayer/AFP/Getty Images

When Michelle Obama’s favourite clothes store, J Crew, opens its first major British outlet on Regent Street in London this week it will be…

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  • 20th April
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THE GIRLS FIRST OPEN DOORS on the first roller derby event of roller skating year; the theme was Malice through the Looking Glass!  The theme emulating the fantastic fantasy – Alice in Wonderland Themed! Tickets were on sale for £6 from Brown Paper Tickets and £8 on the door, tickets sold week before the event on Brown Paper Tickets and limited tickets could be bought at the door. This first open door premiered on 07/10/2013, front the start was sure to be a success. The atmosphere in the rink was a live with joy and tense in moments of silence further enhancing the adrenaline that was in the air.

Overall Scores for the Derby:

Cheshire Cats 134 – White Rabbits 142

Surrey Roller Girls 252 – Coventry City Derby Dolls 114

The awards for Surrey were as follows:

Just Jess – MVP
Hipwreck – Best Blocker
Kerosene – Best Jammer

Since then the SRG, competed in several more competition; most thrilling from the front seats was the match between SRG and  Crown Duels on 19/10/2013. No costumes this time, the girls came out in full uniform geared and ready for a fast race around the rink to victory for one triumphing team.

There was a lot of excitement in the rink and the derby started off to a great start the home team Surrey Rollergirls kept themselves composed to kept that early winning front. Crown Duels fighting with great tat tics to keep their chance of winning although defeated by the home team the two teams still came together for a congratulatory picture.

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A SURREY ROLLER DERBY TO REMEMBER THE GIRLS FIRST OPEN DOORS on the first roller derby event of roller skating year; the theme was Malice through the Looking Glass!  
  • 20th April
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