We’re pleased to announce that Serbian designer Gala Borovic has been awarded the first prize at Fashion Scout South East Europe — a first of its kind in the region — a contest that involves 15 designers from Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Macedonia.
Fashion illustrator Elyse Blackshaw joined us at Fashion Scout AW19 to create her take on the best collections during the three day event. Below, she shares some of her illustrations from brands like Mimpikita, Juune and Shopyte.
The Chinese-born, London-based designer, who showed was a Fashion Scout Ones To Watch designer for AW18, has been shortlisted among 20 designers for the 2019 LVMH Prize.
Applications are now open for catwalk and presentations, as well as our two awards: Merit and Ones To Watch.
Amy Beager, an Essex-based illustrator, came along to Fashion Scout AW19 this season and created a selection of incredible illustrations from backstage and the catwalks.
We sat down with Cos Sakkas and Keera K Sira from TONI&GUY during Fashion Scout AW19 to get their top tips on how to become a fashion week hair stylist.
For a larger than life party outfit, look no further than Limkokwing’s incredibly cool, undeniably chic Autumn collection.
Sweet, everyday makeup was the name of the game this season. Soft, muted colours, with makeup that could easily be worn in the office, or out for dinner. There were, however, exceptions to this rule.
Magpies & Peacocks work with designers and artists to create collections that are sustainably and ethically sourced, often using up-cycling techniques, and attempting to produce zero waste. This seasons showcase featured two different designers – René Garza and Jerrie Moore + Clarence Lee.
The Livia Tang girl is curious, romantic and edgy. We caught up with her to discuss her AW19 collection.
If this is Simon Mo’s take on school uniform styling, then we will happily re-enrol.
Pam Hogg is no stranger to provocation. Her collections have consistently been rife with nudity, leather, chaps and catsuits. What, however, is fashion without a little provocation?
Alice Jane juxtaposes beautiful clothes with chaotic sounds to create a visualisation of the Neue Musik movement.
Christina Maria Hardlicka, the designer behind the Austrian brand Kalissi, understands the strain placed on busy women to be more than one type of woman at once.
The winners of the Ones to Watch competition prove why it is named as such with their AW19 collections.
Featuring all the colours of the rainbow, and then some, I-Am-Chen’s clean lines, and geometric prints redefined knitwear in the most marvellous of ways.
12 designers, with 120 looks, and one resounding message: India’s young designers are not to be overlooked.
DB Berdan unapologetically points out the flaws in the fashion industry and creates a reactionary safe space for members of the LGBTQ community.
Where the slogan is ‘smile every day’.
Day two of Fashion Scout’s AW19 shows attracts guests in bold patterns and bright colours.