If the recent autumn/winter 2013 shows at February’s London Fashion Week proved anything, it is that London is now a major player in the world’s style stakes. While Tom Ford might argue that more needs to be done to attract British talent back to the capital’s catwalks, fashion is part of the very fabric of what makes London great. From established brands and the stalwarts of Savile Row, to emerging talents and fringe designers, this city is home to it all and is one reason why millions of fashion-conscious folk flock here every year. Taking advantage of this fact are three designers currently enjoying the limelight. Jason Basmajian has just taken over as creative director at Gieves & Hawkes having moved from luxury Italian menswear brand Brioni; Joanna Przetakiewicz is blazing a trail with her label La Mania, with collection launches at Harrods and Joseph; and Vivien Sheriff has seen her reputation go stratospheric ever since the Duchess of Cambridge donned one of her hats. We hear what all three have to say regarding their design aesthetic, their inspirations and what they feel the future holds.

Feb 23rd 2013

Harrods Unveils New Mens Shopping Experience

'Men's Revolution' is part of the ambitious redevelopment strategy currently underway throughout the Knightsbridge store.

Boss collaborates with historic porcelain manufacturer, Meissen

This holiday season, two internationally recognized German names, BOSS and Meissen, are coming together for the first time. 

Acne Studios & Mulberry to collaborate on a leather goods collection

The collection will consist of bags and small leather goods, blending together Swedish design with English charm.

L’OCCITANE and EL&N launch the Beauty Café

Set to become a go-to beauty, wellness and gifting destination, the L’OCCITANE x EL&N Beauty Café is open now on London’s Regent Street.

Paddington Central Welcomes Its First Ever Light Installation

Paddington Central, the busy work and social hub will be turned into a hybrid environment combining the virtual and physical from 25 November until 6 January 2020.