Every year, London sees two branded Fashion Weeks take-over the city centre’s streets and high-profile venues. Promoting and displaying a gathering of the world’s greatest designers’ work.
Saturday 17th February, saw Burberry’s colourful catwalk collection turn heads for a number of reasons — these may not be the reasons you’d typically expect.
As standard, they took centrepiece within the London event. This week was no different with their trademark, perhaps vintage tartan get-up being altered slightly, weaving the notorious LGBTQ+ rainbow into aspects of the designs; coinciding with the UK’s LGBT History Month. Continue reading “Burberry’s bright catwalk branded brilliant success”
FASHION week’s regular centrepiece, Burberry, has announced that their Saturday London show will be dedicated to gays rights campaigns and charities. The show will lay feature to an iconic rainbow, woven seamlessly into the brand’s trademark tartan get-up— a percentage of proceeds will be donated to three large charities. The Albert Kennedy Trust, Trevor Project, and ILGA. Continue reading “Bailey’s Burberry brightens Fashion Week”
WHAT were once topics of great taboo, are now seemingly two key features to formulate a rise in the ranks of fame and fortune for a number of up-and-coming figureheads. I’d go as far to say; these particular names are those who will be leading the youth movement for years to come. Continue reading “Street Culture’s misappropriation of 21st Century torments”