FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON: SLOW FASHION WEEK - DIGITAL EVENT X DAY FIVE: ETHICAL FASHION
23rd February 2021
For our final day of the Fashion Crossover London Slow Fashion Week - Digital Event we focus on perhaps the most humanitarian pillar of Sustainability: Ethical Fashion. Three of our selected Fashion Crossover London designers will be sharing their work, knowhow and tips with us on how to be more sustainable in every approach of your design. From shedding a light on local artisans and artists to celebrating Eastern and Middle-eastern culture though designs that keep alive the traditional crafts techniques as well as stories. For this last day of our #FCLSLOWFASHIONWEEK, we embark on a journey of fascinating story-telling, allowing us to travel to the furthest corners of the earth. Fashion Crossover London designers Tribe All, Farah Nasir and Edwin Charmain each act as representatives of sustainable trailblazers, embedding a greener and culturally-informed approach into each design decision.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON: SLOW FASHION WEEK - DIGITAL EVENT X DAY FOUR: GARMENT CONSTRUCTION
22nd February 2021
Starting our week fresh on the fourth day of our #FCLSLOWFASHIONWEEK with a focus on Garment Construction. Three of our selected Fashion Crossover London designers will be sharing their work, knowhow and tips with us on how to be more sustainable in every approach of your design. From creating the perfect and environmentally friendly, festival look, to making quirky print-clashes from scraps and injecting worn T-shirts with a new sense of purpose. Fashion Crossover London designers Tasarla Lagan, Sarah Thompson and Citizen Teach act as representatives of sustainable trailblazers, embedding a greener approach into each design decision.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON: SLOW FASHION WEEK - DIGITAL EVENT X DAY THREE: CREATING FABRICS
21th February 2021
Fashioning a fabric… On the third day of our FCLSLOWFASHIONWEEK we focus our attention on fabric creation and more importantly manipulation. Three of our selected Fashion Crossover London designers will be sharing their work, knowhow and tips with us on how to be more sustainable in every approach of your design. Our three Fashion Crossover London designer Zoey Simpson, Sissel Gustavsen and Daniela Groza look toward more natural dyeing techniques, where no root, vegetable or plant is left untouched as well as giving family heirlooms a new life. Today they share their kitchen and workshop secrets with us, as well as a host a tutorial on how you can dye your own fabric with household objects! Wishing you all a very creative Sunday!
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON: SLOW FASHION WEEK - DIGITAL EVENT X DAY TWO: SOURCING MATERIALS
20th February 2021
Living in a material world… On the second day of our Fashion Crossover London Slow Fashion Week - Digital Event, we focus our attention on the materials necessary to create a collection. Our three Fashion Crossover London designer look toward more natural materials for their fabrics, finding sustainable solutions in Pineapple, flowers and even Kombucha waste are Eden Keshia, Riina Oun and Omaia Jallad, each pushing the boundaries of fabrics and how to gather, grow or recycle them in an effort to build on a more innovative and sustainable future.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON: SLOW FASHION WEEK - DIGITAL EVENT X DAY ONE: CIRCULAR THINKING
19th February 2021
Today we place the focus on the very first pillar of sustainability: Circular Thinking. Three of our selected Fashion Crossover London designers will be sharing their work, knowhow and tips with us on how to be more sustainable in every approach of your design. From highlighting environmental issues, fighting against the use of plastic and reworking unusual materials into garments Fashion Crossover London designers Capucine Huguet, Lydia Whiting and Aurelie Fontan each act as representatives of sustainable trailblazers, embedding a greener approach into each design decision.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LFW AW20: THE BEST OF YOUNG TALENT 19th February 2020 This London Fashion Week the best-dressed guests did not let the horrid weather conditions unique interfere with their plans to discover what talent the British capital had to offer this season. As a platform supporting emerging and graduate talent, this season we took it upon ourselves to suss out the freshest and hottest labels of the upcoming season. Curious as to which labels you should be keeping on you eye on? Read on!
THE EXPLORATION OF FASHION TO ITS HIGHEST EXECUTION: FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X THE 12th KINGSTON SCHOOL OF ART MA SHOW 18th October 2019 On Wednesday the 16th of October the Kingston School of Art MA students took over the impressive hall home to the quintessentially British St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. What better way to celebrate exceptional design talent than in full grandeur.
Twelve designers showcased their work under the historical arches, with each collection setting itself apart from the former. Driven by Elinor Renfrew and Richard Sorger the Kingston Master students displayed the highest execution of fashion bringing their students to the forefront, and this under the watchful eye of the winner of the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for Design: Richard Quinn.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LFW SS20: THE THREE KEY TRENDS FOR NEXT SEASON 20th September 2019 With the last party-goers leaving the W hotel and designer clothes hung back in the wardrobe for next season, rest starts settling in for London’s fashion industry. For five days the Strand, Victoria House and many more locations were the epicentre of what is to come next Spring/Summer 2020. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to scout for the upcoming talent and trends, and no, we’re not talking about with the next colour for spring will be. If one thing became clear this Fashion Week, trends and fast fashion is slowly becoming a thing of the past.
GRADUATE TALENT PROGRAMME SUCCESS STORIES: ALICE PONS, VINCENT LAPP AND AURELIE FONTAN VISIT CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS2nd August 2019 With the Graduation ceremonies taking place throughout the nation we’ve taken it upon ourselves to introduce the success stories of the Graduate Talent Programme 2018. You might have seen their collections in magazines, on TV or on social media, but it’s about time to get to know the faces - or hands - behind these creations. Two months ago the Fashion Crossover Team headed to North London, to the prestigious, and may I add a beautiful piece of architecture, better known as the Central Saint Martins campus.Read more
LONDON’S FASHION FINEST: FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LCFBA1925th July 2019 On Thursday 18th July, we had the pleasure of attending LCFBA19 Degree Show. Held in the trendy, industrial Here East campus in Stratford, London College of Fashion’s School of Design and Technology came together to showcase this years graduates in their biggest show ever. With the catwalk presenting the most innovative and inspiring collections from womenswear, menswear, sportswear and more. The inclusive show exposed us to some of the industry’s latest breakthrough talent. Read more
A NEW ERA OF CREATIVITY: FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON x ISTITUTO MARANGONI GRADUATE SHOW 2019 4th July 2019 Almost a month following the hustle and bustle of Graduate and Mens Fashion Week, we find ourselves back in the audience, this time to admire the work of the Marangoni London campus graduates. Leading up to the catwalk show, we were invited to an industry event, with Hilary Alexander OBE hosting a panel talk with Queen Elizabeth II Award for Design winner, Bethany Williams and established womenswear designer Eudon Choi. The Istituto Marangoni graduate show, New Era, took place under the impressive glasswork roof of the Lindley Hall, a regular host to big fashion labels with the likes of Stella McCartney, Moschino, Mary Katrantzou and many more and the students were definitely up to par.Read more
INFLATABLE COUTURE, KITCHEN APRONS AND FASHION ELVES SPOTTED AT THE WESTMINSTER 2019 MA MENSWEAR SHOW 18th June 2019 Last Sunday the Masters students from Westminster University menswear course presented their collection at the East London Oval Space, officially drawing graduate fashion week to a close. The University of Westminster is home to alumni with the likes of Christopher Bailey, Vivienne Westwood and Markus Lupfer. Big shoes to fill, to say the least, together with being part of the official London Fashion Week Men’s, the expectations were high. The most recent cohort of MA menswear graduates delivered in the most unlikely proportions.Read more
LORD AND LADY FASHION: FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON x KINGSTON BA FASHION SHOW 2019 17th June 2019 Invited personally by Lord Stanley Fink and held in the prestigious surroundings of Parliament, the House of Lords was host to this years Kingston School of Art 2019 BA Fashion Show. On Thursday 6th June, Parliament transformed into a fashion frenzy. The highly anticipated show presented 19 of Kingston’s most promising graduate designers, with their collections sashaying down the regal runway. From menswear to womenswear, the elderly to the young; this season saw a focus on diversity and inclusivity. Driven by Elinor Renfrew, she has pushed Kingston to the forefront of graduate fashion. Read more
ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART GRADUATES TURN HEADS AND HOOPS 13th June 2019 Tucked away in the heart of Mayfair, we were invited to experience the work of yet another batch of graduates, this time from the prestigious Royal College Art at the Cork Street Galleries. The industrial venue, with exposed breeze blocks, piping and a bare interior, created an edgy yet high-brow atmosphere, beautifully contrasting the graduate collections. Upon walking in we were greeted with a work of rebellion by Laura Frandsen. As a member of the extinction rebellion, she made an installation carrying the message that we are destroying the planet trying to maintain our expensive lifestyles, threatening our whole existence as we consumer fashion. Disruptive fashion at its finest, setting the bar for the graduates that were to follow. Read more
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LFWM SS20 STREETSTYLE 12th June 2019 London Fashion Week Men’s SS20 saw the edgy streets of Brick Lane come alive, flooded with the industry’s most fashionable elites. From dapper men to stylish ladies, LFWM gave us a sneak peek as to which trends will dominate menswear next season. Fashion Crossover London reports on the most stylish attendees rocking colourful outfits or the two most sought after trends; streetwear and slick suiting.Read more
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LFWM SS20 HIGHLIGHTS 11th June 2019 Extravagant looks are neatly stored back into the wardrobe as London Fashion Week Men’s came to a close last night. The male counterpart of London Fashion Week has become increasingly more popular since first coming to London in 2012. In the bustling Shoreditch, the heart of East London, British designers gave the show-goers what the wanted, a ton of young talent, showing innovation and the power of collaboration.Read more
IDRIS ELBA HAS A DREAM AND SO DOES OUR DESIGNER VIOLA MENCHINI X ISTITUTO MARANGONI INDUSTRY TALK 2019 1st April 2019 Fashion Crossover London is seasoned when it comes to hosting industry talks, yet this time there was a surprise. We didn’t come alone, as a good luck charm we brought one of our most successful graduate designers from our Graduate Talent Programme, Viola Menchini. The Marangoni alumni was warmly greeted by students, alumni and tutors as it hadn’t even been a year since she herself graduated from the fashion design course. Yet this time around, she was at the other side of the table — quite literally — sharing her story on how she managed to achieve her dreams following her graduation.Read more
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LFW AW19 STREETSTYLE 28th February 2019 The start of the AW19 Fashion Month, saw London kick things off in true British style, with Anya Hindmarch’s heart balloons transforming London’s iconic skyline, ensuring love is in the air. With love and acceptance in the air, London became a hub for fashion’s most stylish crowd. Continuing from last season’s successful LFW press coverage, numerous influencers including stylist, models and bloggers, graced the streets of London’s dressed head to toe in Fashion Crossover designers. It was extremely rewarding to see our emerging designers being worn to various formidable fashion events, and turning the streets into a fashion frenzy.
LFW AW19 X FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON: LONDON'S TECHNICOLOUR TREND 27th February 2019London Fashion Week AW19 saw a shock turn of events. The final day of LFW saw many paying homage to the late King of fashion and influential icon, Karl Lagerfeld, following his sad passing on Tuesday 19th February. As the industry mourns the loss of one of the greatest figures in fashion history, it has paved the way for many young and emerging designers to step out. With London renowned for its emerging talent, it is the perfect Fashion Capital for emerging designers and graduates to debut their collections in London’s subversive and slightly rebellious setting.
LFW AW19 X UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER X FASHION CROSSOVER LONON 25th February 2019 In the heart of the University of Westminster campus, we were summoned to take a front-row seat and scout the next graduate talent from a show featuring the work of their fifteen fashion design students. Established on the premise of incubating and promoting emerging and graduate designers, it would be an understatement to say the Fashion Crossover Team was excited for the burst of creativity that was about to take place. With high caliber-alumni such as Vivienne Westwood and Christopher Bailey it came as no surprise that every single designer was more than deservant of a spot on our platform through our Graduate Talent Programme.
LFW AW19 X FASHION HONG KONG X FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON22nd February 2019 If LFW stands guarantee for one thing, it’s showcasing new, fresh and original designers. With Brexit a mere six weeks away, there is a general state of uncertainty that comes with an urge to identify new markets, beyond Europe. Enter the Hong Kong Trade Development Council: the key goal of the council is promoting Hong Kong’s culture as well as sourcing new business opportunities in different markets. After a successful debut in fashion last year, the council returns to the British capital with Fashion Hong Kong and brings four Hong Kong designers with them, each with ties to prestigious London-based fashion universities.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LCF MA_1916th January 2019 This year the ostentatious St George Church, Bloomsbury, was host to the annual London College of Fashion MA Menswear catwalk show. On Monday 7th January, during the London Fashion Week Men’s period, the church transformed into a fashion frenzy with the MA Menswear Class of 2019 debuting their new collections. Accompanied by live opera singer, Phoebe Haines, singing in multiple languages. The prestigious show presented cultural diversity and inclusivity of both the graduate designers and their collections. The message is clear that London remains open, even if the country is going through a hard time deciding on whether to activate Brexit in March or having another referendum.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LFWM AW19 STREETSTYLE 11th January 2019 Kicking off this season’s fashion week festivities, London Fashion Week Men’s saw an influx of buyers, press, influencers and fashion industry professionals from around the globe descending on the British Capital. Held in the notoriously quirky hub of the East End, Brick Lane became packed full of paparazzi all trying to get the perfect shot.
The Old Truman Brewery was host to the infamous three-day-event, which saw numerous attendees step out in a variety of fashion week staple brands as well as emerging designers.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LFWM AW19: POKEMON GO, LET’S GO PIKACHU! 10th January 2019 Following a jam packed January of London Fashion Week Men’s events, Fashion Crossover London reflects on the most memorable and striking shows from LFWM AW19. Gone are the days of conventional catwalks, paving way for contemporary performances and collaborations. This season saw a lot of designers step away from showcasing their collections in the Designer Showrooms, instead opting for catwalk collaborations with big brands including; Dr Marten, Pokémon, New Balance, Timberland and Ticker.
IN CONVERSATION WITH BELGRADE FASHION WEEK FOUNDER; NENAD RADUJEVIC29th November 2018 Belgrade, also known as the “White City” capital of Serbia, has historically long served as an important stronghold during the Byzantine Empire, Frankish Empire, Bulgarian Empire and Kingdom of Hungary. As the city is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans, its geographical position has allowed it to develop into an important passage way between the East and West throughout the past centuries.
Fashion Crossover London X BFW SS1912th November 2018 2018 saw Belgrade present their 44th annual Fashion week, 26th October - 2nd November. Showcasing in Serbia twice a year, Belgrade wast the first Eastern European country to host a Fashion Week, with it remaining one of the largest events of its kind, attracting both international buyers and industry experts.
BFW hosts 30 on and off schedule events, showcasing more than 75 international designers, more than 10 fashion brands and attended by more than 10,000 visitors over 5 different locations.
The 44th Belgrade Fashion Week: Pop culture icons GAGA for emerging designers9th November 2018 This year was host to the 44th annual Belgrade Fashion Week, 26th October - 2nd November. Showcasing in Serbia twice a year, Belgrade Fashion Week was the first in Eastern Europe and remains one of the largest events of its kind, attracting international buyers and industry experts.
BFW showcased an array of native designers and overseas designers, well-loved by international celebrities.
Fashion Crossover London X Kingston 11th MA Catwalk18th October 2018 The luxurious St Pancras Renaissance Hotel was the perfect host for the Kingston School of Art MA catwalk show, uniting Victorian aesthetic with contemporary style.
On Thursday the 11th October, the grand hotel transformed into a fashion frenzy with the MA class of 2018 debuting their new collections.
Fashion Crossover London X LFW SS19 DESIGNER HIGHLIGHTS26th September 2018 Fashion Crossover reflects on the most memorable and striking shows from LFW SS19. From live singers to professional ballet dancers, this season had it all in terms of a performance.
Promoting and showcasing emerging talent is at the heart of Fashion Crossover, and so we attended a variety of up-and-coming designer showcases, detailing the ones to watch and the future of fashion.
Fashion Crossover London X LFW SS19 FASHION WEEK FIRSTS26th September 2018 The 68th London Fashion Week saw a first for many designers and fundamental changes in the fashion industry.
The fashion sector remains one of the most vital aspects of the UK economy, with the industry contributing £32.3 billion to the UK economy in 2017 – a 5.4% increase on 2016. The fashion industry remains a major UK employer with 890,000 jobs across the industry, up 1.8% on 2016.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X LFW SS19 STREETSTYLE25th September 2018 With fashion week rounding up the upmost stylish and fashionable people, LFW SS19 streetstyle did not disappoint. An array of striking looks incorporated London’s fashion festivities, with fashion week attendees ensuring they remained as stylish as the models strutting down the runway.
The streets of London saw an influx of colour and pattern, from sneakers to stilettos the trends were clear to see. Bold oranges, leopards, and of course chunky trainers.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS INDUSTRY TALK 201831st May 2018 In times when ‘unpredictability is the new normal’, industries have no choice but to overcome external challenges and adapt to the changing industrial landscape in order to remain relevant.
Universities, as the ultimate creators of the future educated workforce, therefore possess a particularly crucial function. In order to 'keep up' with various industrial innovations, schools are in real need of tailoring their curriculums to keep their students from becoming disconnected from their industries upon graduating.
amfAR GALA HONG KONG17th April 2018 On the 26th of March 2018, Fashion Crossover London was honoured to be invited to attend the amfAR Gala charity event in Hong Kong as representative for the international emerging designer. The annual amfAR Gala charity event has been a long established aristocratic function, with admission only made accessible to the most influential and affluent members of the society. This was the fourth year that the event has been held at Shaw Studios in Hong Kong, where the honorees included fashion designer and UNAIDS Ambassador Victoria Beckham, international actress and amfAR Ambassador Michelle Yeoh, and leading Hong Kong businesswoman and philanthropist Pansy Ho.
FASHION CROSSOVER LONDON X ISTITUTO MARANGONI 2018 INDUSTRY TALK16th April 2018 In March 2018, following the successful industry talk at Instituto Marangoni from the previous year, our Founder and Managing Director of Fashion Crossover London, Since Wang was invited by the school again to make a presentation at its London campus as part of its Industry Exchange. Founded in Milan in 1935, Istituto Marangoni is a private Italian school of fashion and design, and became a Scuola Professionale Artistica "professional art school" in 1942. The establishment has gained enormous reputation in the global fashion industry.
CSM 2018 MA SHOW9th March 2018 Historically, there is one course from a London academy, that is truly respected, and internationally recognised, for discovering some of the best professional talents in the fashion industry. Yes, it is the MA Fashion course from Central Saint Martins. For years, this course has demonstrated an unfailing ability, to unearth world class designers such as Alexander McQueen, Stella Mccartney, Christopher Kane, Mary Katrantzou and Molly Goddard, and to transform their raw talent into trend changing prowess. As a result, the reputation of the course does not only echo around Europe, but is extended across every corner of the world.
MATTY BOVAN AW189th March 2018 Here at Fashion Crossover London, this is the first time our team has attended one of Matty Bovan's shows; and what a first show to attend! Not only was the beautiful Adwoa Aboah there at the opening of the show, but there were also various high profile models, such as Winnie Harlow, wearing his extravagant and wonderful pieces.
The star alumni of Central Saint Martins is a Senior Contributing Fashion Editor of LOVE Magazine, and has previously worked with major names such as Marc Jacobs and Miu Miu.
ROBERTA EINER AW186th March 2018 Standing in front of The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane; right across the street from the Royal Courts of Justice, we were at first slightly perplexed by the chosen location, as we entered the venue for the Roberta Einer AW18 presentation. One could not help but question: Why was a fashion event being held at a venue that had so little to do with its creative industry? We soon discovered the answer, as we witnessed the content of the presentation.
The hired models were not only there to exhibit Einer's luxury pieces, but also to demonstrate a point.
THE QUEEN'S SURPRISE VISIT AND THE UNEXPLORED MARKET IN CHINA5th March 2018 Something extraordinary has occurred in this year's London Fashion Week: Queen Elizabeth has paid a visit to the venue at 180 Strand, and awarded Central Saint Martins' 2016 MA Fashion graduate Richard Quinn with the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at Quinn's own Catwalk show.
While it is most encouraging to see Her Majesty on site visiting displays and meeting designers at the Autumn/Winter 2018 fashion festivities, one can not help but wonder, is there a deeper underlying implication in the Queen's visit?
REGINA PYO AW1818th February 2018 Rejina Pyo, the award winning Korean born fashion designer presented her stunning AW18 collection this past London Fashion Week. Although it was only Rejina's second ever catwalk show, Rejina was able to demonstrate her brand's steady rise by filling out the front seats with powerful buyers from across the world. The streetstyle looks were as thought through as the catwalk shows, where we saw various attendees wearing Rejina's previous collections. This time around, Rejina Pyo chose to showcase her collection at the decorative stretch of Burlington Arcade amongst its individual and high prestige boutiques.
LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN'S STREETSTYLE8th January 2018 Celebrating the New Year, the extreme coldness welcomed London Fashion Week Men’s AW 18/19. Even though the London weather was still severe, it wasn’t enough to deter the snazzy crowd who came all the way to attend this prestigious celebration of men’s fashion. That is why our team felt so compelled to see the show as it guaranteed that we were going to see people in unique styles on each street we walked along toward the show venue. And that, we assumed, was just how everyone one else felt, all of them heading to London Fashion Week Men’s.
LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN'S SHOWROOM8th January 2018 The 11th instalment of men’s fashion week kicked off in the capital on 6th January 2018. With a bitter chill, the Fashion Crossover London crew armed itself with hot coffee, scarves and gloves, and landed at the London Fashion Week venue in 180 Strand safe and sound. Probably it would be a pertinent weather for the fashion people to be puffed up with feathery and fluffy fur coats.
This season, London Fashion Week Men’s chose to keep it as ‘quality over quantity’ this time round. The scale of the designer showroom seemed to have been far reduced than before, whilst the spectrum of brands still being selected cleverly.
LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN'S AW188th January 2018 London Fashion Week Men's Autumn/Winter 2018 kicked off with the celebration of the 11th season of biannual celebration of British menswear. This time round the schedule was more chock-full than ever before. In the world of men’s fashion, London has always been deep-rooted in classic tailoring, and I would bet no other cities could excel how London does. Without exception, we were again excited to be mesmerised into the true spirit of British tailoring tweaked with a sense of humour.
NEW WHITE MILANO X ITALIAN TRADE AGENCY23rd November 2017 Ever since the days of exploration to Asia along the Silk Road, Italy has always been the pioneer in reaching out to different parts of the globe, to seek for new inspirations, and at the same time, to share its own unique culture with the rest of the world.
For centuries, this fine tradition has been honoured and passed down with much discipline. Nowadays, from the Coliseum in Rome to Da Vinci's Mona Lisa, the Italian history, architecture and heritage has always been a subject of great interest in the Far East.
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NEW DESIGNERS PRESS DAY 201726th October 2017 On the 26th October we were very excited to have our biannual PRESS DAY in Central London at the Oui 2 Rooms showroom.
With our platform now featuring a range of up to 70 talented international designers from all around the world including United Kingdom, Europe, China, Egypt, Hong Kong, South Korea and the Middle East we were spoilt for choice when selecting who we wanted to showcase for the event
SHANGHAI FASHION WEEK SS18 STREET STYLE19th October 2017 Shanghai street style is exploding this year as the people in China are growing bolder and more experimental with what they wear. The event welcomed the SS18 collections and with it came the glamorous, the quirky and the spectacular.
Shanghai's best dressed sported an array of top trends from hip hop styling to Japanese Manga. We witnessed an array of distinguished clothing with immense attention to detail.
KINGSTON MA FASHION 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY19th October 2017 The class of 2017 Fashion MA took over the the world's leading contemporary Design Museum in the heart of Kensington to launch their new collections on Thursday 19th October. The Fashion Crossover Team were honoured to have been personally invited to the showcase by Anna Paolillo, Kingston University’s Placements Officer.
A selection of 10 fashion designers featuring from an array of international backgrounds including China, Japan, Korea, Brazil and Africa showed how Kingston did not disappoint.
BIRKENSTOCK PRESENTS THE DEER INSTALLATION14th October 2017 The classic German footwear brand, Birkenstock collaborated with two remarkably talented Chinese designers, Jiang Sheng and Ms MIN for their SS18 collections during Shanghai Fashion Week. Our Managing Director, Since Wang was personally invited by the CEO of Attila & Co, Andrea Longhi to The Deer Park Installation, who had organised the event.
Since Wang wore Fashion Crossover’s designer pieces, which included Meng Zhang’s jewellery pieces and Wangliling’s jacket.
SHANGHAI FASHION WEEK SS18 X WHITE SHOW MILANO12th October 2017 Our Managing Director, Since Wang, was personally invited to the opening private press event of the White Show Milano in partnership with Shanghai Fashion Week by CEO, Brenda Bellei Bizzi on the 12th October.
Named “Style Routes to Shanghai,” the show presented a range of talented Italian fashion designers. We found it very compelling to see the Italian brands being brought to Shanghai, in the sense of developing their cultural lifestyle and showcasing luxury to the Chinese market.
LONDON FASHION WEEK SS18 STREET STYLE
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