London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week: Lessons in English from Christopher Kane, Giles

The Englishness of English dress is a very interesting concept, especially as manifested during London Fashion Week. Although maybe it’s the London-ness of London dress, given that most of the star designers come from further afield. Nevertheless they are all the product of the British capital’s fashion schools – Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art dominated today, Christopher Kane and Giles Deacon of the former, and Erdem and Burberry’s Christopher Bailey of the latter.

The Fashion Audit:

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iStyle: My-wardrobe’s capital idea

The online retailer’s new fashion director is celebrating the rising stars of London Fashion Week with a curated collection, says Rebecca Gonsalves

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Graduate Fashion Week 2013: In a class of their own

The creative pizazz of our  homegrown talent is the subject  of worldwide acclaim. Among  the good, the bad and the ugly  of Graduate Fashion Week 2013,  Rebecca Gonsalves pinpoints  the design stars of the future

Fashion statement: Live-streamed shows, blogs, Posh Spice: a lot has

Things change quickly in fashion. Recurring trends come round without warning; they are a way of telling the time. (Like florals for spring: don't forget to look yours out now the sun is shining.) Faddish fixes stage fly-by-night coups – witness this season's neon beanie, which burnt so bright at fashion week it practically set itself on fire.