Selected as one of the top three finalists in VAMFF’s Fashion Film Festival, RUSSH premieres Lucy Folk’s latest film, Birds of Paradise, directed by RUSSH film editor Sophie Edelstein.
London cool goes punk perfect – just add artful layers and British heritage, reinterpreted. Here’s what caught our eyes at London Fashion Week.
It’s time to get in touch with your surroundings all over again. Make like Lily and Anja and put your best camouflage forward.
Sweet dreams are made of this. Luxury sleepwear label Willa & Mae’s debut collection, One, is a lush blend of mustard, ruby, coral and navy silk satins – well-suited to the streets as between the sheets.
From the parquet floors to the secret lives of Parisian women – Longchamp and Alexa Chung decode the city of love.
A mix and match of materials, colour and texture, streamlined with creativity and purpose. A London Fashion Week favourite, J.W.Anderson delivered for AW 17.
Rock on, gold dust woman. The bright lights shine on model and musician Alys Hale. With Style Week on the horizon, fashion and music collide for Sass & Bide’s SF 17 collection, Moon Shadow.
Hails from: Germany.
Scouted: At school.
The debut: The SS 17 shows, where she caught the attention of J.W.Anderson, Christopher Kane, Acne Studios and more.
The new suiting, Americana for a modern era and fresh takes on femininity. This is the best of New York Fashion Week.
Shoot me down, baby look at you move. Manning Cartell presents its Autumn Winter 2017 campaign film, The Villainess, embodied by model Ollie Henderson.