Archives for posts with tag: Nadia Minkoff

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One of the great things about being insiders to the fashion industry is that we get to go along to fashion trade fairs and see the new collections before the general public. One of the best of the fashion trade fairs is the Scoop London Show at The Saatchi Gallery, King’s Road, London. Hot off the press is our round-up of some of the best that will be hitting London shops soon!

First up, great shoes from Freya Rose ! (see above)

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Freya Rose with Tracy Rose… (Freya is no relation to us!…although it would be great to have a shoe designer in the family!)  The standout feature is the Mother of Pearl hand finished heels.

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This Bolongaro Trevor designed coat unzips to give different looks…

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Nadia Minkoff handbags are available at Nico Didonna’s boutique in Soho, London and many other great stores.

011-1Like many of the designs showing at Scoop, Nadia Minkoff’s bags are mid-market prices and also of very good quality.

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Scoop was very busy with fashion buyers over the three day event.

028Barazandeh Paris are new to the UK and produce some very attractive beaded mittens and socks. Definitely an accessory name to watch for 2017!

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The Vanessa Bruno brand needs no introduction and this burgundy coat was a big hit.

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Tracy Rose showing Vanessa Bruno dress

…Florals will carry through very much into next autumn/winter.

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Marion Foale with model.

Marion Foale’s designs are hand-knitted in Britain. She told us that they are stocked in the Margaret Howell store on Wigmore Street. The shop is known for stocking greys, black and white – “yes she has stocked my greys….and navys too!”

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Hudson London showed Liberty print velvets on masculine shapes. Shoes are available in Selfridges, Harrods and House of Fraser.

050-1O. Yang Jewellery. Beautiful shapes between £100-£250 were exceptional value.

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O.Yang designer Octavia Yang with Tracy Rose

Copyright, Tracy Rose and Russell Rose, 2017

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Temperley AW14 image 2-1In this second part of our star picks from London Fashion Week  whatever your style there will be a lot to look forward this coming Autumn and Winter. Temperley London (pictured above) presented a broad selection of styles and colour palettes many featuring hues of blue. Hemlines were floor  or thigh skimming with looks finished off with large attractive scarves – a definite trend that will prove very popular!

DSCN4578Zeynep Tosun at the Fashion Scout venue, Freemasons Hall, Covent Garden showed her “Oxidised” collection featuring  rust, cinnamon, misty blues and greys for her autumnal colour range. Brocade, wool crepe and leather were fashioned into layered dresses with large high collars, oversized coats and bomber jackets.

??????????London based designer Cassie Sneglar showed a very likeable confident easy-going collection at Mishkins, New York deli restaurant at 25 Catherine Street, Covent Garden… And her label?   Caslazur  It’s one to watch!

DSCN4591-3Hemyca  showed an excellent afternoon presentation at the BFC Space at Somerset House and it was great to meet up with designers Myra Nigris and Helen Clinch again. We felt this was their best collection to date featuring dresses with leather details accentuating the waist on soft wool fabrics. We loved the midnight blues and moonstone silvers. Coats and capes were particularly outstanding. Hemyca is available by appointment at their studio in Chelsea, London. Another great label to watch!

DSCN4592-1Surrealist artist Salvador Dali continues to inspire designers. Liz Black showed a surreal lip skirted dress very much in the Dali vein!

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Fyodor Golan gave a super shiny catwalk show. PVC in black, shocking pink and pewter formed the fabric of an edgy statement-wear
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DSCN4593-1Anna Sekularac at the showrooms at Somerset House showed a very pretty handmade capsule collection made from wool and silk organza. Some also included cashmere. It’s a preview of what’s going to be in the new Layers shop.

DSCN4605-1Tata Naka’s collection was inspired by interior designed wallpapers and carpets. For their current collection pop along to Mania Mia, 307 New King’s Road, London SW6.

DSCN4518-1Zeynep Kartel  at Fashion Scout, Freemasons Hall, Covent Garden showed a high glam collection of golds and  pewters inspired apparently by Manchester Town Hall. Here’s a burgundy jump suit from the collection which we particularly liked. Zeynep Kartel catwalk revealed some great shimmering eveningwear gowns that will certainly appeal to women’s red carpet desires.

DSCN4529Nico Didonna from Soho, London, showed a very wearable collection of both women’s and menswear over at the The Bloomsbury Set Event, at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftsbury Avenue, London WC2.  A highlight was the feminine wrapover eveningwear that draped flatteringly over the body and was cut thigh-high. It certainly appealed greatly to Nancy Dell’Olio celebrity and socialite who was sitting in the front row. Nadia Minkoff designed handbags specially for this collection that are also on sale at Nico Didonna’s shop at 16a D’Arblay Street, London W1F 8EA.

Peter Pilotto-1Peter Pilotto produced one of our favourite collections for the autumn capturing burgundies, blues, and pinks executed in very clever geometric patterns to dramatically flatter the body. This successful brand is extensively available in major London stores and boutiques.

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