My favourite fabric geek has just released what sounds like the best collection ever. ‘Scuse the hyperbole, but Nick Wakeman loves her fabrics and she knows her stuff too. The founder and creative director of Studio Nicholson has paid tribute to her obsession for Japanese fabrics and culture with a new line, SNJP. (more…)
The H&M group really is killing it on the high street imo. COS, Arket and & Other Stories are my current high street go-tos for perennial pieces with a fashion edge that aren’t going to date by the time I’ve hung them up.
H&M has just created another winner with its H&M X Eytys collabof unisex shoes, clothes and accessories that just launched last week. It’s a pretty tight collection of streety chinos, boxy tees and the signature Eytys sneaker – in fact, lots of the best bits have already sold out online. (more…)
I spotted this on WWD. Selected People is a new higher price offering from Denmark-based fast fashion brand Bestseller. Its point of difference is an aim to be as sustainable as possible, using organic and recycled cottons, wools, poplins as well as Modal and Lyocell. (more…)
Jeans. So utilitarian. So egalitarian. Yet so bloody difficult to nail! Are expensive jeans worth it? Should you pay more then £100 for a pair? Surely denim is considered a workwear fabric, ergo it should be cheap as chips. Yes, but no.
There’s denim and then there’s denim. Japanese denim is beautiful – dense, dark, rigid but made in Japan so relatively expensive. Stretch denim to me is not really denim. (It’s usually cheap and prone to sagging, and don’t get me started on jeggings.) And modern mass produced denim is nothing compared to vintage denim. (more…)