Tartan has always been a go-to trend for Autumn/Winter, and 2018 is no exception. Rhianne Kelly shows us how to incorporate the timeless trend into our transitional wardrobe. The National Museum of Scotland, located at the heart of Edinburgh, houses a stylish navy and red tartan suit jacket complete with a red velvet collar and matching cuffs as the centrepiece of one of its exhibits. … Continue reading Tartan? Check!
It is no secret that the fashion industry has been gradually reconstructing itself in recent seasons, particularly in terms of the categories of menswear and womenswear. Following countless headlines being dedicated to the question of gender identity, it is only natural that the industry is following suit. With hugely respected designers re-imagining time-honoured traditions related to what men and women should and should not wear, … Continue reading Flirting With Femininity: Genderless Fashion and the Male Icons of Rock ‘n Roll
Die, flowers, away; Lengthen night and shorten day. Credits Photography: Ryan O’Riordan Model: Mia Kovacs Styling: Laurie Shelly With thanks to Opera Lane for their co-operations. Continue reading Fall, Leaves, Fall: Fashion Editorial Shoot
Fashion Editor, Laurie Shelly investigates the latest ‘big buy’ in the fashion industry, and what this will mean for iconic label, Versace. US fashion company Michael Kors Holdings recently announced that it had purchased Italian label Versace for $2.12 billion, and that Michael Kors Holdings was to change its name to Capri Holdings. The move was not totally unprecedented; in July 2017, Kors acquired luxury … Continue reading Michael Kors’ Acquisition of Versace: A New Fashion Empire?
Witching hour has descended on the fashion world. Fashion Editor, Laurie Shelly takes a look at this growing trend. On the 27th of September, American designer Rick Owens built a pyre in the centre of Palais de Tokyo in Paris, set it on fire, and sent what he called “California witches” down the catwalk in his Spring 2019 Ready-To-Wear collection, in laser-cut gowns, armour-like cloaks, … Continue reading Covet/Coven
Someone somewhere along the line started saying that the word ‘corduroy’ was derived from the French for ‘the king’s cords,’ corde du roi, but this turned out to be a false etymology. Which is a shame, because it sounds cute, and also because the introduction to this article probably would have been a lot more engaging if it had opened with a more substantial fact. … Continue reading Corduroy: The Poor Man’s Velvet