FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Dec 17, 2014 Alec Bizby’s new online store has generated a significant amount of interest within the alternative fashion crowd and has pushed the brand further from regular slots at weekend markets in East London, with some key pieces already sold out since officially launching on December 10.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Dec 7, 2014 As an independent designer, Bizby relies on building strong relationships with the fashion markets. Becoming a regular at iconic East London fashion spots, Bizby embarked on extending his presence to Berlin at the Voodoo Market, Urban Spree on December 6.
Menswear designer John Varvatos has expanded his presence in Europe with the highly anticipated opening of his London store. The American designer, awarded ‘Menswear Designer of the Year’ at the 2013 CNN Style Awards, has opened the 10,000 square-foot store, his largest to date, ahead of the considerable label expansion planned throughout the continent.
With over 100 years of producing high quality British sportswear, Gymphlex are proudly presenting their pre-fall designs online, their fourth international collection, for customers preparing for the autumn chill.
Pioneers of fashion and sport teamed together for a celebratory collaboration as Paul Smith and cyclist David Millar co-created a unique pair of cycling shoes for Millar to wear for the Eneco Tour of Benelux, one of his last professional races which commenced in the Netherlands on August 11.
The Clarks Original desert boot has long been considered an iconic fashion statement and London based pattern specialists Patternity have once again collaborated with the high street giant for AW14.
The Rat Pack era of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jnr and Joey Bishop was the clear influence on Saville Row tailor Chester Barrie’s AW14 collection, incorporating their traditional sharp tailoring and ready-to-wear pieces with soft knitwear and casual golf jackets.
London based design duo Baartmans & Siegel have teamed up with Californian brand Nixon to showcase their SS15 collection.
Author and Journalist Naomi Klein’s latest book ‘This Changes Everything’ inspired a conference of the same name held yesterday in London, where campaigners, politicians and climate scientists were invited to discuss how capitalism and the climate crisis will take centre stage in 2015.