September 28, 2013 Claudia 2Comment

Starting 10th July through 16th February, the Victoria and Albert Museum will feature its newest fashion exhibit Club to Catwalk: Fashion in the 1980s, showcasing more than 90 outfits by both high-end runway designers and the groups responsible for the club wear of the decade.  ‘Each group of people, whether they were fashion designers, musicians or dancers, filmmakers, living together and going out together had a passion for creating something new that was almost infectious’. At night, young designers’ imaginations were sparked by a vibrant London club scene. John Galliano recalled, ‘Thursday and Friday at St Martin’s, the college was…

September 21, 2013 Claudia

I went to the Trend Catwalk Vodafone Weekend show in Somerset House this weekend.  It was basically the show divided into for sections – four different key trends for the season ahead -style advice on what  to buy. The show was styled by Pandora Lennard , an amazing stylist! She was just great and very comfortable talking. The first key trend is called ‘Pretty in Pink’ which is the 1980’s inspired from sheer to wool trend. This is a mixture of everything but that everything has its one main feature – it has to be very pink . From Barbies…

September 16, 2013 Claudia

As for the Fashion Week – it’s amazing as always with lots of new fantastic pieces. Julien Macdonald’s gowns , Holly Fulton and her amazing fish prints, bomber jackets!!!! , David Koma and his amazing skater dress(one of my favs!!!) , Mary Katrantzou and her shoes , embellishment and PRINTS PRINTS PRINTS!! Can’t wait to see the rest of the shows. Meanwhile , I’ve got some pictures of the coolest people who were hanging around the Somerset House today (and the weather was like the worst you can imagine!). (more…)

September 14, 2013 Claudia

Is there anything equally exciting as shopping? Yes , there is! Swapping clothes can be very exciting and less painful when it comes to  spending money .Thanks to Mrs Bear’s Clothes Swap Shop me and the other girls were allowed to swap seven items we were bored of for something we love .  The event is actually themed on a World War II “make do and mend” ethos ( for more information and pictures about the theme I’d recommend  to visit the Imperial War Museum in London). The  events are held at various locations in London with a regular once a month…

September 13, 2013 Claudia 1Comment

There is no better place for stylehunters than London’s Somerset House during London Fashion Week. Although it was raining ,the capital’s fashion crew didn’t fail to present their fabulous outfits. I went to the venue between 2-5 pm which was the DAKS, Christopher Raeburn and Jean-Pierre Braganza showtimes. If you fancy finding out about the collection you should definitely check on vogue.com or London Fashion Week’s facebook page as this post is all about  fashion folks I’ve spotted there . London is not so keen on the newest trends(I am not saying that  it isn’t). Compare to Paris , Milan…