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Make It British

Make it British believes that a product’s provenance is of the utmost importance. By buying authentic British goods, manufactured by skilled craftsman using the finest materials, then you are helping to keep these skills alive in the UK.

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Review - Darkest Star

Darkest Star are a luxury leather fashion design house based in London and the brand creates statement pieces unlike anything else in the market place.

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Review - Toga

I debated whether I had time to get across town to Kings Cross to view Japanese label Toga’s AW 18 collection Unwrap, Typical, Release, but the trip was definitely worth it.

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Review - Alexander White

Founded in 2014, luxury shoe brand Alexander White offers chic and elegant shoes with a playful, youthful twist. His design aesthetic is developed from his belief that a beautiful pair of shoes changes the way a woman presents herself to the world and his commitment to making women feel special.

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Review - Minki

Designing for the assured contemporary women, Minki believes in creating a dialogue with his audience. This is demonstrated through his work by evoking nostalgic feelings, memories and images that resonate with the Minki woman.

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The Sustainable Angle

The organisation devised The Future Fabrics Expo which is a showcase of responsibly produced materials. The aim was to improve the visibility of innovative textiles and materials for fashion with a reduced environmental impact.

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Review - Eudon Choi AW18

One of my favourite shows of the AW18 season came from Eudon Choi. One of those times when you sit in a show and feel shivers as you realise you are watching something magical. I am very outspoken about not seeing the value of catwalk shows for most emerging designers, but when you see shows like Eudon Choi’s you realise there is still a place for catwalk shows when designers do it as brilliantly as Choi does. 

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