Friday, 23 July 2010

Nicole Scherzinger wears William Tempest

Will Tempest is one designer who the celebs just can't get enough of, with Lady Beckham, Leona Lewis, Emma Watson and countless more snapping up his sleek, chic pieces at a rate of knots. So, it's no surprise that, when ex Pussycat Doll, Nicole Scherzinger, wanted an LBD with a difference, it was Tempest she turned to. Paired with a poker straight pony, killer peep toes and one seriously hot body, the edgy, super sculptural cocktail dress from the designer's SS10 collection looked sassy, sophisticated and fashion forward. Stunning.

Fiona Anderson

Thursday, 22 July 2010

Business of Fashion Interviews Natalie Massenet live tonight!

Tonight at 7.30pm you can catch Net-a-Porter's Natalie Massenet in conversation with Business of Fashions' founder Imran Amed. For the second installment of BOF's FASHION PIONEERS series, Ms. Massente will be giving a detailed overview of her inspirational, entrepreneurial story.

For the launch of highly anticipated interview, BOF have teamed up with leading fashion blogs and websites to stream the interview live and straight to your computer screens. Catch it tonight on the following sites:

United States: Tavi Gevinson | | JC Report
United Kingdom: Style Bubble | Fashion156 | Style Salvage
Germany: Les Mads

Graduate Fashion Week in Shenzhen

Anna Lee, De Montfort University
Amber Hards - UWE Bristol
Naomi New - Northumbia University
Samantha Brook - Nottingham Trent University

Last week, Vauxhall Fashion Scout director John Warlford took some UK Graduate Fashion Week Designers’ collections to The Shenzhen International Brand Clothing & Accessories Fair in China. John has already took UK young designers to Shanghai twice, this is was the first time Graduate Fashion Week has ever showed in Shenzhen, and it has attracted amazing attentions from Media and Press in China and Buyers from around the world.

John has also honored to open the event along side with the Government Minister of China and The Mayor of Shenzhen. The event has helped Vauxhall Fashion Scout opened the door to Far Asian Market , and gained much wider international awareness. Vauxhall Fashion Scout is proud to be an important part of the creative industry communication between the UK and China.

“Going to Shenzhen with some graduate work from the Gala was not only exciting but pulled together many strands. Having started GFW, working with Vauxhall Fashion Scout on developing innovative talent and having introduced some Schenzen designers to London this was totally symbiotic. The Chinese loved the Graduate clothes and hopefully this will have deepened an ongoing relationship between Vauxhall Fashion Scout and Schenzen.” John Walford

Kenny Wang