Julie And Marie Skall: Celebrating Nature And Family At Skall Studio

Sisters Julie and Marie Skall are the incredible designers behind the Danish sustainable fashion brand, Skall Studio. The elegantly timeless brand has become well known for its beautifully made minimalist wardrobe staples made from natural and sustainable materials.  But also at the heart of this brand, is a story of family and sisterhood. Julie and Marie have turned their sustainable upbringing into a brand that looks to create beautiful designs that respect and celebrate Mother Nature.

Copenhagen Fashion Week Embraces Sustainability And Digital For AW21

Nearly a year into the pandemic, fashion weeks around the world continue to be finding new and exciting ways to present the latest collections. Following on from their hybrid iteration last summer, Copenhagen Fashion Week launched last week entirely on their impressive digital platform.  This week I joined the fashion community from my laptop in London to attend the fully digitised Copenhagen Fashion Week to investigate just how the many iconic brands were embracing the format.

Julien Fournié 'First Storm' - Paris Haute Couture Week SS21

“In the post Me Too, post Black Lives Matter era, in the middle of a world health crisis, I consider it my duty as a couturier, to conjure up an enchanted vision, full of magic and imagination,” Julien Fournié described in his statement on his latest couture collection, ‘First Storm’. Inspired by the current state of society, Fournié offered a moment of escapism that took his virtual audience through fantastical worlds of his own creation.

Cora Hilts: CEO And Co-Founder Of Rêve En Vert

Conscious consumerism is a concept that has become more popular in 2020. As the majority of us have been forced to slow down and evaluate our pre-COVID lifestyles, we wanted to sit down with one of our favourite sustainable entrepreneurs, Cora Hilts. Cora is the CEO and Co-Founder of sustainable e-tailer Rêve En Vert and is helping us navigate a more conscious lifestyle that doesn’t sacrifice style. Our founder, Noemi Plaza, was joined by Cora from her stylish home in Dalston, East London via Zoom to discuss everything from supporting local brands to her top tips on finding forever pieces for your wardrobe!

Celebrating Community At The ‘Atypical’ London Fashion Week

Following the continued social distancing measures in the UK, London Fashion Week presented its first hybrid 6-day extravaganza. While many designers chose to present their collections on the LFW digital platform, launched back in June, some designers and brands opted for intimate physical appointments too. With a schedule of over 80 designers, LFW once again became the epicentre of conversations on community, sustainability and inclusivity – accessible to all through the digital platform.

Taking Style Inspiration From The Most Stylish TV Characters

From 90’s sitcoms to gripping dramas, streaming sites like Netflix have made it even easier to go back and watch our favourite TV shows again and again. And while we may fall in love with the stories and characters, TV shows are the perfect place to get some chic style inspiration for the new season. Just like our style edit inspired by the coolest film characters and the most iconic music videos, we’ve put together 5 sustainable looks inspired by our favourite TV characters!

Adding A Touch of 90’s Chic To Your Sustainable Wardrobe

From the rise of supermodels and high fashion, to the style icons seen on American TV, 90’s fashion was all about effortlessly chic looks. Supermodels like Cindy Crawford and Kate Moss inspired a more minimalist and effortless approach to fashion. Slip dresses, oversized tailoring and simple accessories became key trends across the decade – styles we think form the basis of the perfect city chic wardrobe! Just like our style edits celebrating the trends of the 70’s and 80’s, we’ve put together 5 sustainable looks inspired by the cool and chic 90’s!

How To Incorporate 80's Power Dressing Into Your Wardrobe

From bold prints and bright colours to sharp and oversized tailoring, the endless range of styles from the 80’s still inspires designers and brands today. While we may mainly associate the era with neon leotards and leg warmers, power dressing was also a massive trend. From Princess Diana’s elegant tailoring to the chic and glamorous shoulder pads and suits worn on 80’s television shows, like Dynasty, the suit became a key staple for the powerful, working woman. Just like our 70’s style edit, this week we have put together 5 sustainable looks inspired by the bold and chic power dressing of the 80’s!
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