Kate Moss on How British Women Should Dress for Summer
Her style is emulated by women all over the world, and she has even had her own range in Topshop, but it seems like British women have much more to learn, according to Kate Moss. In a country where just a glimmer of sunshine leads women in a fashion frenzy, the 38 year old supermodel has warned British women to cool it on revealing too much as she explained that women found it challenging to dress well in hot weather because “It's not our natural thing, no. So it's 'put it awaaaaaay!'." With many of her styles and outfits being copied by thousands, this could be the start of women all over Britain throwing away their hot pants and crop-tops for a more demure style for summer!
GFW supplying yet again more victorious talent.
This years Graduate Fashion Week at Earls Court has been highlighting the best in new British as well as international talent. With a wide variety of universities across England flying the flag for young design creativity.
Nottingham Trent University created a flurry of mass media following last years winner Rory Longdon with his strikingly minimal collection.
And it did not disappoint, sheer panelling, block colouring and toughened leathers kept the standards high.
The International show seen today created strong competitors, Sofia Colasante representing Milan brought technical proceedings to the show with smoke filled plastic skirts followed by a mechanical dress moving in motion with the models breathing rate. Menswear shone through at Epsoms show with elongated woollen, breasted jackets and bold floral prints highlighting the UCA students most colour fuelled collections yet.
A high demand in the latest new talent now being created in the main hub of London's exhibition area, definitely worth capturing raw imagination in the prime of their future careers.
After Milan Men Fashion Week everyone is buzzing about the great Dolce & Gabbana men line. The ace that the glamorous designers are holding this time are the baroque gold applique detailing and studded workers boots and a lot of silk. The underwear collection was more than impressive and also made of cashmere. The pyjamas were classy and made of silk, which was idea that the public liked a lot. The main theme of the show was nostalgia "The situation in the world is not so good," said Stefano Gabbana before yesterday's menswear show. "So what we can do as designers is give people something to dream of." The fashion show was more than catching with Pavarotti singing as background music.
The models presented the line in its full glamor. The models selected for the catwalk were mostly from China which impressed almost everyone. The great designs were presented also by well known models such as Elbio Bonsaglio. The models commented that they love the line and it is a great experience for model for D&G. “I am really busy and tired, but this has been great experience!” commented Elbio Bonsaglio backstage few minutes before the show.
Well we can all relax now that the line is ready and just wait for it to pop in stores in the Fall!
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