As the final countdown to the London 2012 Games begins pulses were raised as models took to an athletic track wearing Jamaica 50 shoes. They were joined by models debuting the hot-off-the-press striking pair of Team GB Shoes also designed by International shoe designer Dionne Gooding.
Touching down in London today, the Jamaica 50 Shoes made a bold statement as ten models wearing a pair of Jamaica 50 shoes walked through the Street of south London on the first leg of this amazing journey. The journey which will include major cities across the UK was extremely well received.
Temperatures were soaring in Trafalgar Square today as two Playboy models stripped down to their underwear in support of PETA. The bathing beauties, Monica Harris and Victoria Eisermann – who are both vegetarians – shared a bath full of water to mark World Water Day.
As the midway point reaches Alternative Fashion Week, backstage dramas were on full display. For the models however it was business as usual but for the stylists and designers the tension was plain to see.
Day two of Alternative Fashion Week continued to build on the success from the opening day. With the spotlight firmly on London’s designers to deliver, today’s collections included designs from Hackney College, 4.2morrow, Charlie Chambers, Stacey Richards, CoolTan Arts, Prilly Lewis, Kimberley Startup, Hayley Tresize, Georgia Nash and West Thames College.
Alternative London Fashion Week kicked off today (Monday), showcasing the creative talents from ten designers daily, Alternative Art’s annual fashion week collections are a must for anyone involved in the fashion industry.
After fifteen years, The Afro Hair and Beauty show has reportedly terminated its contract with Alexandra Palace music and entertainment venue and will be relocating to the Business, Design Centre, Islington from May 2010.
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From the quirky to the edgy, like them or loathe them but you can’t avoid them, the front row celeb is considered almost as important as the collection. So who really did rock during London Fashion Week?
Miss Black Britain launches Taggoe Sisters