With a focus on minimalism and functionality, Lunyee's most recent collection continued their ongoing representation of the role that objects play in everyday lives, elaborating on form in particular. The collection is comprised of a range of natural fibres and highly personalised production techniques to present, transcend and stimulate a variety of social and domestic situations.
The Fashion Scout selection panel for Autumn Winter 18 took place on Tuesday 28th November at the stunning Wringer and Mangle at Spitafields Market. The lavish and luxurious rooms of Wringer and Mangle were filled with numerous collections and contrasting talent devising an insightful day for our judges.
Earlier this month Pam Hogg attended the incredible Scotland Redesigned event located in the beautiful city of Glasgow. This year’s theme was titled ‘makers’, focusing on celebrating industry experts along with creativity and luxury within the largest Scottish city.
Nelly Rose presented her GLOBELLE Series, featuring collaborations with artisans from Guatemala, Japan, and Palestine, in the cultural hub of London with Fashion Scout for SS18 in September. This energetic presentation boasted a soundscape by Paul Hanford, fusing tracks collected by Nelly on her travels.Now you can watch the show video, available here.
Samanta Bullock, an inspirational model and sports person, modelled deconstructed denim during the Swedish School of Textiles show during Fashion Scout SS18. As the fashion industry makes gradual changes toward inclusivity and body positivity, we caught up with the model to hear her unique perspective on an adapting industry, how we can pioneer the ultimately modern movement forward, why in the midst of an extensive and impressive international career, you should and can remain humble and true to your original progressive ambition.
Amongst numerous changes taking place in the fashion media industry lately, the long wait is over as the first cover of British Vogue under Edward Enninful’s editorship has been released. As the first man to hold the position in the magazine’s 101 year history - he turned to celebrate diversity, with a triumphant homage to ‘Great Britain’ which has since been hugely acclaimed worldwide.
The digital team for Fashion Scout SS18 was made up of young creatives, including photographers, graphic designers, illustrators, social media experts and writers. For many the experience exposed the team to the fast paced environment that surrounds London Fashion Week, with the excitement of catwalk shows, backstage and the press room ensuring that the entire team left feeling happy with thier new contacts.
Revitalising retros, bold graphics and peppy prints were just some of the inspirational street style that was spotted outside of Freemasons Hall this season. Unique style and individuality has become a huge part of London Fashion week, and being one of the worlds most culturally diverse cities, London is the ideal place to display individual fashion integrity.
We spoke with Billie Jacobina, the young designer focused upon creating fun and playful clothing, to hear how her bakery themed SS18 showcase went. From paint splattered accessories to hello kitty skateboards, the presentation embodied the pink party atmosphere, even serving Freya cocktails. Find out which unusual place the designer found her inspiration, and how collaborating with other creatives keeps the collections fresh.
Fashion Scout partnered up with The Fashion Conversation for SS18 to create our Pioneer magazine, debuting to give the audiences of Fashion Scout an insight into our emerging talent and designers. Pioneer, deriving from Fashion Scout’s mission to discover new talent in the fashion industry was created to allow the audience to find out more behind the innovative artists that they only see a glimpse of on the catwalk.
Making a debut to Fashion Scout, Sue Dray our artist in residence was on site for all of our SS18 shows, creating unique illustrations depicting the true essence of the reactive nature of showcasing collections on a catwalk, each of her designs is a personal impression as seen through her eyes.
From slogan sweatshirts, to clashing prints and bold faux furs, Fashion Scout saw a broad array of intriguing street style outside of Freemasons Hall this season. In an era of influential bloggers and Fashionistas making statements through their chosen outfits, individual and personal styling has become a popular feature of London Fashion Week.
Originating from Berlin, Kryolan has been providing the worlds theatre, film and television industries with high quality make up for over 70 years, making them one of the first professional make-up brands. Their diverse products make Kryolan the perfect brand for Fashion Scout to work with during SS18, allowing each designer to create their ideal looks on the catwalk.
We caught up with Rocky Star, the innovative Indian designer, known for altering perceptions of fashion in his home country. After an awe inspiring show for spring summer 18 we caught up with the creative to hear about his inspirations and thoughts on the show.
Fashion Scout were delighted to welcome back Toni & Guy for our SS18 season, celebrating their 27th season as official hair sponsors of London Fashion Week. Starting in London, the now global business has over 485 salons across 48 different countries.
FREYA is the first in a new line of sustainable, natural alcoholic beverages from Pure Wild Spirits Ltd. The foraged birch sap comes the wild untamed depths of Northern European Forests, where this special elixir is harvested once a year during early spring, FREYA is made from only the most sustainable methods.
To bring awareness to the poaching crisis, with a particular focus on African elephants, Fashion for Conservation (FFC) got in touch with twenty-one designers from across the world, to create a collection based on each designers interpretation of ‘the elephant’.
Fashion Scout is proud to celebrate an international fashion community, providing a platform for emerging and established design talent to showcase during London Fashion Week. Fashion Scout in renowned for championing, nurturing and showcasing creative design talent from across the globe and being the launchpad for hundreds of designers.
This year at Fashion Scout, Swedish designer Louise Linderoth brought us her SS18 collection, “Have a Seat”. After recently coming to terms with her spinal cord injury, Louise Linderoth became inspired by not only her personal struggles, but the approach fashion designers today take towards model diversity and acceptance.
While we have anticipated the shows over the past five days, we have had the opportunity to witness some amazing outfits worn by our guests. Interesting combinations, styling, and creativity was shown by all of the creatives that have come to Fashion Scout this SS18.