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Somerset House has been home to the sophisticated and fabulous since the dawn of time. It is the hub of the fashion world during fashion week and now, it is attracting a new fashion crowd with it’s current exhibition ‘Making It Up As We Go Along: Twenty Years of Dazed and Confused’. Dazed and Confused...
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The long awaited Leonardo da Vinci exhibition has finally arrived. Posters are plastered to every billboard in the area and banners hang outside the entrance to the gallery. Hoards of people gather outside London’s national gallery, forming endless queues that snake around the corners of Trafalgar Square, all hoping to get a golden ticket that...
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Changing your career and taking nine months out of work is something only the brave can do. The uncertainty, the fear and most of all the stress is not something everyone can handle but for Alison Sinclair, it was a necessary step to finding complete happiness in her life. Between the years of 1997-2000, Sinclair...
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Sara Wilson began her career as a menswear designer before realising that she was more interested in how the clothes were worn than how they were put together. She is now working as an in house stylist for New Look, supervising campaigns, writing trend predictions and working on how the clothes are presented in the...
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On 21st November 2011, the fashion world descended on the prestigious Porchester Hall for an evening of glamorous, stylish and sometimes avant-garde fashion design. The venue, which has been used for London Fashion Week shows in the past, exuded with the elegance and luxury that epitomizes the TellusFashion brand. Chandeliers glistened in the light whilst...
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Every three months, fashion enthusiasts gather in the V&A’s Raphael Gallery to experience a new show in the ‘Fashion In Motion’ series. On Friday 18th November, the show featured the designer Peter Jensen as he celebrated his ten year anniversary with a retrospective show. The Fashion in Motion series has featured some of the greatest...
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Charlotte Taylor was born in Lancashire but began her life as a designer at Britain’s most prestigious design school, Central Saint Martin’s. Upon graduation she started work at Luella but subsequently left a year later in 2009 to start up her own label. Since then Charlotte has produced four collections under her own name and...
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It is the 1930’s, the economy is still reeling from the Great Depression, Jazz music is floating out of every bar and club across Britain and America and the Art Deco movement reigns supreme. Geometric skyscrapers made from steel structures that reflect in the shiny sheet glass windows are punctuating city skylines from one side...
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Pudsey is not an obvious fashion icon but this year, everything has changed. Gone is the fuzzy yellow fur and the spotty bandage, this year Pudsey has had a make over. Pudsey has gone couture.   In a collaboration with 11 of the most coveted designers on the British fashion scene, including the prestigious British...
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‘Children in Need’ occurs every year and every year we are faced with the traditional ‘Children in Need’ mascot of a simple, yellow teddy bear named Pudsey. Not anymore! Gone are the days of soft yellow fur and a spotty bandage to cover Pudsey’s right eye. Now, Pudsey is demanding more! This year Pudsey goes...
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