Fashion

Editorial, Fashion, Fashion Design

KM by Lange

KM by LANGE is a creative studio based between Barcelona and Kyiv. All items are crafted out of high quality materials from European Supplies and handcrafted by women for women in Ukraine by carefully selected manufacturers. They are a season-less brand that is deliberately crafted in small quantities. They have a sincere interest in the environment and the impact the fashion industry has on it. They brand is vegetarians therefore they do not use leather , fur , skins or feather …

Fashion, London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week SS20

…  This SS20 was about focusing about environmental and sustainable fashion. What was so great about this season for me was not necessarily the shows but the designer showrooms at the British Fashion Council. The exhibition showcased, creating such a positive platform for emerging sustainable fashion brands. Brands I have my eye on is Azura Lovisa, Ground Truth, Hannah Fiedler and Kikiito. This season was one that was jam packed with events, parties and shows. I was lucky enough to visit the Lone Design Club, a pop up store in Covent Garden. This place is a must visit since their platform aims to celebrate authentic ethical brands and of course the interior is beautifully designed. I am really excited for next seasons to come …

Fashion, Editorial

5 Thrift Shopping Tips

… I am super excited to share this blog post not only because I have so much to say on this topic but as we speak I have been getting my tickets to go to Dubrovnik in 2 weeks! Getting all my holiday wardrobe ready for that Mediterranean heat. Anyway onto charity shopping. I myself am probably one of your most experience charity shoppers. Having been thrifting for years I believe my whole wardrobe is thrifted and its all designer or vintage. My love of charity shopping stemmed from my days back at school when me and my friends would go into our local charity shops. At that time I just fell in love with the joy of finding something unique to you that you won’t find on the high street …