AW18

Astrid Andersen AW18 – The Buffalo Movement Never Died!

Just like the menswear collection, that Astrid Andersen presented at London Fashion Week, her AW18 womenswear collection seeks inspiration from the 80ies Buffalo movement. The self expressive movement came to live in London during...

Do not look at the models! – Gudu AW18

Georgian-Ukrainian brand Gudu by Lasha Mdinaradze is known for their contemporary merge between athleisure and eveningwear. With their surprising mix of materials and elegant cuts they always make a statement at Ukrainian Fashion Week. For more...

Slavic Minimalism – bobkova. AW18

The Eastern European and post-soviet countries experienced a rise of interest on the fashion radar with the emerging of Gosha Rubshinskiy and the post-soviet skater boy style of Vetements. Swiftly, established design houses such as...

Enfants Riches Déprimés going Vintage

For their AW18 collection, LA-based luxury label Enfents Riches Déprimés went for a vintage rock'n'roll lock with contemporary genderfree influences. For more coverage of our favourite Runway collections click here.

Scandic Noir – Toteme AW18

With us hoping for the winter to end soon, it is controversial to fall in love for a collection to be worn the following winter. Not controversial at all though, when it is as...

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