Noa Sadé, designer of Lionette, never studied fashion or jewelry design. In her native Israel, Sadé studied music, though working with her hands always came naturally. She came to New York after traveling in Australia, Africa and Asia for two years, where she discovered an insatiable attraction to stones. The designer began her career at the […]

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From screen-printing to pattern-weaving, the spring season are often synonymous with an eclectic mix of visual offerings. But aside from the graphic prints strewn onto apparel, there are also those few designers who use the season of vibrance to display patterns of technique. Augmenting textures, such as leather and silk, into patterned masterpieces, these elite […]

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Flavie Lechat is a young promising fashion designer from Montreal, Canada. She started sewing when she was a little girl, graduated from Marie-Victorin’s Fashion Design program and in 2010, participated to the “La Collection” reality show (inspired by the concept of Project Runway). She has strong opinions on the fashion industry and truly believes in Montreal’s […]

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by Ryan Wallace With new Birkins by Hermès and Louboutins hitting the runway and the shop stands faster than the leaves can change, women’s fashion is constantly updated and reinvented. With the exception of the occasional fashion trend, that often end in fashion disasters like trucker caps or fanny packs, men’s fashion accessories have for […]

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by Sarah Potter With the rise of quirky, cool, fun and funky jewellery of late, there aren’t many accessory designers or brands that fit the ‘unique’ bill as much as Gogo Philip. A relative newbie in the business, the brand has been going for around five seasons, yet is currently stocked in two of the […]

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by Sarah Potter Twenty four year old Canadian Michael Eardley is an unique yet unlikely fashion designer, but he has major talent, there’s no doubt about that. Originally an athlete, Eardley went on to study Fashion, majoring in Womenswear at the International Fashion School at Lasalle College (in Canada). His line Live.Now. By Michael Eardley […]

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by Sarah Potter If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of… finding fashion inspiration, if jewellery brand Tatty Devine is anything to go by. Their new A/W 2011 collection is inspired by woodland creatures and modernity within nature, and indeed, fashion. Textured, layered, Owl perspex necklaces are adorned with shining gemstones in […]

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by Chelsea Woodhouse Is being noticed the be all and end all of fashionable dress this season? Answering such a question irrefutably requires extensive citations. Nonetheless, when it comes to jewelry, subtlety is infrequent this fall. Take note, this season the look is, “be the one everyone has to know.” The preferred approach, to physically […]

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by Sarah Potter If you’re looking for the perfect accessory this season then look no further! The satchel is back with a vengeance. No longer are they banished to the playground, carrying shiny red apples for the teacher, satchels are at the forefront of cool and will suit pretty much everybody, male or female! Zatchels […]

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by Katie McDowall Aqua is synonymous with fashion forward thinking and boundary pushing collections 10 times a year meeting the insatiable demand of the image conscious youth of today for style leading design and point of difference on the high street. After the whirlwind success of their flagship womenswear store in the Carnaby Street area, […]

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