Monday, September 1, 2008

A British affair.

It's FAH-shion week!

Gather around darh-lings! It’s the time of the year (no, not Christmas)!

Brought to you by the British Fashion Council, here at thestyledarling I couldn’t help but to spread oomps-and-ahhs as we anticipate this London Fashion week 2008. 14 years and counting, the LFW had been one the most notable fashion events to watch out for. Fashionistas especially, kept their eyes wide open as this year’s LFW has once again collaborated with British giant fashion group TOPSHOP for a special sponsorship – The New Gen Sponsorship.

In efforts promote up and coming designers in London, the NewGen has been acting as a platform to assist in showcasing works of exciting talented designers/graduates in the UK. This sponsorship counts successful alumini such as Alexander McQueen, Matthew Williamson, Christopher Kane and Giles Deacon in its favourable portfolio of previous fashion weeks.

Flocking to little Britain, are notable buyers, writers, journalists and photographers from all over the world, who will witness the ever-morphing fashion industry in London (one of the great fashion capitals!), getting a chance to get up close with these emerging future talents who will serve the future world of fashion with their creations.

The Exhibit

The sponsorship consists of catwalk, event and exhibit categories, of which selected designers will be having their very own runway show and exhibition. To name a few, watch out for House of Holland, who is returning with their second show and placing their roots firmly to the fashion ground. Other finalists include MeadhamKirchhoff, Peter Pilotto, Louise Goldin and Daniel Scutt. The sponsorship also took a notice on budding Accessory designers such as Anna Vince, Charlotte Della, Justin Smith and Nicholas Kirkwood.


House of Holland

With such patriotic efforts paid to its fashion industry, this London Fashion Week is sure to be a blast. Take my advice: Don’t miss it out and come armed with wow-ness!

Get your tidbits at!


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