With hot fashion tips, styling, fashion and beauty advice Fashion Fox takes you on an adventure in fashion.
Shoes with a Twist: Interview with Julian Hakes
Shoes have to be our favourite accessory, even as much or maybe even more than jewellery. They are also one of the greatest design challenges. Celebrated architect Julian Hakes decided to turn his design talent to creating a whole new type of shoe in new materials. Fashion Fox goes inside the mind of a shoe architect.
Illustration Inspiration Sally Faye Cotterill
Sally Faye Cotterill is one of the newest talents to emerge in fashion, beauty and style illustration. Once upon a time, illustration was the sole way of visually translating new fashion styles and ideas. Until the charming artistry became deeply shadowed with the invention of cameras- When ‘real life’ photographs began dominating the pages of Vogue in the 1930s. Now thanks to design talents like Sally Faye, illustration has etched its way back into our lives.
Backstage Interview with Bernard Chandran
Day 2 of LFW saw Malaysian designer Bernard Chandran take centre stage at Fashion Scout for his AW14 collection. He’s a firm favourite amongst the Royal families of Malaysia and Brunei, as well as contemporaries such as Lady Gaga and Rihanna. I was fortunate enough to get backstage access and meet the man known as “King of Fashion” in his home country
Rush Hour: Interview with Caroline Rush CEO of British Fashion Council
Caroline Rush may have been busy on business in New York but she took the time to talk to Fashion Fox about her history with the British Fashion Council, about London Fashion Week and the future of British Fashion and the catwalk show.
La Paire of Beautiful Shoes: Interview with Amy La
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Amy La the designer behind up and coming shoe brand La Paire. Sydney born Amy is a very chic lady and this is reflected in her designs. I had the privilege of getting a sneak preview of her latest SS14 collection entitled Arabesque. This gorgeous capsule collection takes its inspiration from the colours and textures of Morocco, with subtle reflections of Moorish design and a palette redolent of the souks and markets of Marrakech. Amy set out to create a collection of fun, colourful and comfortable shoes that manage to be fresh and yet with a timeless element that will mean these shoes have a place in any well dressed woman’s wardrobe. I particularly love the turquoise and the red flower print sandals.
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