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Frieze london 2015. Frieze london 2015. Latest Fashion News. British Fashion Council. This September, milliners new to the Headonism showcase are Sophie Beale and Harvy Santos who will join last year’s recipients Emma Yeo and Keely Hunter.

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BFC Headonism is curated by Stephen Jones OBE and celebrates and supports the UK’s emerging talents in millinery. Stephen Jones OBE, milliner and curator of Headonism commented: “I am delighted that Harvy Santos and Sophie Beale are joining Headonism. They are both wonderful milliners, who have a very distinct view on what millinery should be and the talent with which to express it. Our Headonism stalwarts Emma Yeo and Keely Hunter are here creating unusual and avant-garde millinery and are London’s finest.”

IN THE DIARY Archives - Explore Reiss, Fashion Features, Blog and Video. Vogue Fashion’s Night Out is fast approaching and in honour of the event, Executive Fashion Director of the magazine, Serena Hood, picks her favourite pieces from the AW15 collection.

IN THE DIARY Archives - Explore Reiss, Fashion Features, Blog and Video

To celebrate Fashion’s Night Out, visit our Regent Street store on Thursday the 10th of September for exclusive in-store activity. Shop our latest collection with a 10% off discount and join us in our Personal Shopping suite for presentations on how to transform key looks from desk to date. There’ll also be make up by Bobbi Brown, hair styling by Bumble and Bumble, complimentary canapes and drinks from Chandon. Plus, if you share your favourite Vogue Editor’s Reiss look on Instagram tagging @reissfashion and including the hashtag #FNO, you could win the look. Inspiration, Ways To Wear, Whistles Women. <div class="browser-compatibility-alert"><p class="browser-error">Your browser's Javascript functionality is turned off.

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Please turn it on so that you can experience the full capabilities of this site. </p></div> Shoes: Pleasure and Pain - Field Notes. How many shoes do you have in your collection?

Shoes: Pleasure and Pain - Field Notes

From stilettos to sneakers, the human obsession with shoes goes back over 2,000 years and shows no sign of abating (at least not at Jigsaw HQ!) In a much-anticipated new exhibition, the Victoria and Albert Museum has delved into its archive to showcase some of the world’s most iconic shoes. This stylish new show sets out to explore the multiple pleasures at play when examining the shoe: that of wearing, designing and collecting.

The experience begins with a parade of traffic stopping heels by designers including Charlotte Olympia, Gina and of course, Vivienne Westwood. The exhibition’s genius lies in displaying contemporary designs alongside historical artefacts. As the show progresses, the interplay between Pleasure and Pain becomes ever more apparent. Up on the futuristic mezzanine, a towering shoebox cinema plays revealing interviews with leading shoe designers. This attention to detail does not go unnoticed. Travel Archives - Field Notes. ALLSAINTS STUDIOS: Watch our collection of free music videos online. Things. Southern Light Stations by French artist Noémie Goudal investigates human's fascination with the sky.


Featuring new and unseen work, the exhibition at London’s Photographer’s Gallery runs until January 10th 2016. A seasonal collection of music we like Kolaj 7, by Cypriot designer Kaan Alpagut, is taken from a series of digital collages inspired by the Bauhaus artists' experiments in colour. View More From the series This Bird Has Flown by American photographer Amanda Boe, whose work weaves together atmospheric scenes from across the United States in quiet study of the ordinary and the unusual. Part of a vast study on the drawn line, American artist Sol Le Witt’s 1972 work Wall Drawing #122 was an attempt to apply logic to the artistic process. Above Zero by German photographer Olaf Otto Becker surveys the icy glacial crevasses of Greenland. The Photographers' Gallery. The Photographers' Gallery 16–18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW Free entry – before 12:00 DailyExhibition Day Pass – £3/£2.50 Concs Advance Booking Online – £2.50/£2.00 Concs Full list of concessions & exemptions All proceeds go to support our public programme.

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