Designers

So how did Digital London Fashion Week go?



Nicholas Daley AW20

Digital LFW was overall a bit of an anti-climax. Unlike many, I don’t ridicule the British Fashion Council for it. I applaud them for trying in #unprecedented times. The main criticisms of the new ‘digital hub’ format were that the content wasn’t exciting enough, there were too few new collections, the panel discussions were too focused on the same topic (Covid) and panellists were ‘the usual suspects’. (more…)



Into this: Emily Adams Bode’s abode



Emily Bode Architectural Digest

Top of my dream interiors list this month is the abode of Emily Adams Bode (of Bode patchwork jackets fame) and Aaron Aujla in Architectural Digest. All warm wood panelling and rustic textiles, it’s a very cosy iteration of Bode’s fashion brand that won the CFDA’s 2019 Emerging Designer of the Year Award.

My eye went straight to the doodled corduroy sofa and wood pannelled bathroom (more…)



What Marc said



Marc Jacobs AW20

“Part of our experience as fashion people, as creators, as designers, as editors, is that there’s a huge creative process which involves everything from meeting people – new girls, models, photographers – and creating. And creating isn’t done in a vacuum or a bubble. It might be done in the bubble of our world, our fashion world, but it’s the stimulation of the entire world that is the catalyst that gives us the drive and the energy and the passion to create.” (more…)



Buy it now: investment outerwear from Mackintosh



Mackintosh outerwear SS20 womenswear

According to The Industry, people are still buying luxury fashion online.

I’m surprised, but maybe they’re taking advantage of the excellent deals on investment pieces, which I’d recommend if you’re in a position to do so. Any classic items I’ve bought from luxury brands have 100% earned their keep; they last for ages and seem to retain that ‘new’ look for so much longer. (more…)