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She won the award for “Best Avant-Garde” at the Createurope’s Fashion Academy Awards. This were because of her experimental shapes, boxy silhouettes and strict lines. The judges felt that Gringhuis presented “progressive fashion designs which were trend-setting and future oriented”. And I must say i agree with them, she´s very…

Amanda Pratt is an up-and-coming international photographer, who is beginning to make her mark on the industry. She has been on the scene for five years and has been in the fashion industry even longer as a make-up artist and her art history background and styling experience in the film industry infiltrates…

See by Chloé will be launching its first shoe collection next month. The latest collection represents a “joyful and appealing look”, ranging from ballerinas in perforated leather, babydoll-inspired flats, fun moccasins, ‘boxing’ shoes in suede and jellies in bright colors as you can see below.

Luella Bartley was named Designer of the Year Tuesday night at the annual British Fashion Awards held in London’s Westminster, as Christopher Bailey, creative director for Burberry, took the top Menswear designer prize for the second year running.

I´ve mentioned her before, but she deserves another post. This is her latest collection, and I´m amazed at how she keeps on making extraordinary lovely knits.

I really like this artist. I found her browsing through the internet and I´m really impressed. I love the music-video for the song “Cigarettes”, and I think she combines the music with a fashion aspect in a very special way. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCvrQFRyz6M]

After the Rei Kawakubo collaboration H&M has found their next partner. This time it is the british designer Matthew Williamson that will design the summer guest collection. The collection will be for women and will be launched globally on April 23 and then a summer collection for both men and women…

Since Alexander Wang put ripped tights on his models it has become a trend for the masses. But when the Sartorialist has a picture of the trend at his blog, it obviously has made it as sartorial elegance.