British influences sneaking into the street style at #NYFW
We think @CaraDelevingne looks more than worthy of her title on @BritishVogue’s March cover!
Adorable newborn knits by new New England brand, Misha and Puff. We love!
12th Dynasty Scarab finger rings Found at Abydos tomb G62 Made from gold, obsidian, amethyst, faïence.
At Curve New York, British contemporary lingerie brand, Lascivious, offers in a 90s-inspired colour palette, featuring acid tones of raspberry, yellow and turquoise for its spring/summer 2013 range.
Artist Marina Abramovich presented British designer and CSM graduate Luke Brooks with Fashion Special Prize at #ITS_2012
“Luke is angry and rebellious,” said Abramovich. “The jury liked his attitude towards fashion. I am very pleased to see how all the contestants connect with their country of origin in their creation. It’s a very important thing now, since we live in such a globalised society.”
British knit and street wear designer C.Newing is on our hot list radar from the recent #ITS_2012 show.
Mixing Fair Isle, Sheima, Morat and Intarsia knit techniques, the youthful collection of oversized knits, play suits, and varsity jackets feature traffic sign and cartoon graphics in a mix of both machine and hand knit textures.
Love the British Fashion Council’s “Best of British” board on Pinterest.
“Fashion through the ages: an historical showcase of British fashion from the early 1980s to the present,” it reads.
We’re obsessing over this pic especially - a very fresh-faced looking Kate Moss at Matthew Williamson’s debut show ‘Electric Angels’, during London Fashion Week in September 1997 (PA Images)
Karl Lagerfeld’s KARL line collaborated with British Collective, I LOVE DUST, to launch four limited edition t-shirts last week in New York.
The beautiful Rachel Weisz on the cover of July’s British Vogue