Mexi Clothing – ‘The Wahaca of Fashion’


I sat down with Fraser Bell and Natalia Albin, the co-founders of Mexi Clothing, who despite living  8,941 kilometres apart, are bringing Mexican culture to the heart of European fashion. We were tucked away in the cold winter air at… Continue Reading

Taiwanese Fashion Is Influencing The Western World And This Is Why


Asian consumers have recently become the world’s leaders in the buying of luxury goods, which may come as a surprise because of the whole stigma behind the sweatshops. Credit: FlickrCreativeCommons, Ludovic Lubeigt But what effect is this having on the fashion… Continue Reading

Fashion Is Ruining The Environment


Margate, Kent, recently labelled as “The New Shoreditch” by the Telegraph and “The New Hipster’s Paradise” by Esquire is where co-founders, Cat Crowther and Emrys Plant launched their luxury menswear brand: Crowther/Plant. Our All at Sea sweat gets put through… Continue Reading

Back On Track With Mixed Tailoring

Mixed Tailoring

April is nearly here. Where is time going? Winter has just flown by, but spring is now upon us, summer will soon be here and those winter coats can finally be put away. The weather in London has been pleasant… Continue Reading

Reebok Classic and Kendrick Lamar’s collaboration: worth the money?


The article was originally published by The National Student: Back in the 1980s, everyone wanted a pair of the classic white leather Reebok freestyle hightops and the brand was arguably the first innovator to link fashion with fitness. Reebok then… Continue Reading

16-Year-Old Starts Building Fashion Empire From Home


The article was originally published on the National Student –  Louis Carnan, 16, from Castlemilk in Glasgow, set up his own fashion label after leaving school with no qualifications. Realising early that the world of academics was not for… Continue Reading

British Fashion Council/Vogue Fashion Fund Reveals New Format


The East London borough of Shoreditch has become a force to be reckoned with over the past decade and is now rivalling London’s west-end as a shopping destination. The London neighbourhood is home to big brands, designer boutiques, and the… Continue Reading

The Resurrection Of 1970’s Style


This article was originally published by Lewis Magazine ( Autumn/winter 16 has certainly seen the resurrection of fashion from the 1970s, with that glam rock and disco style that was sported over 40 years ago making a reappearance on the… Continue Reading

The Decline Of Skinny Jeans


This article was originally published on The National Student ( This year has seen a massive decline in skinny jeans as the fashion world seems to have taken a sharp U-turn. As we wave goodbye to that spray-on-look we’ve become comfortable… Continue Reading

Styling A Pocket Square With A Bianca Elgar Scarf


  Pocket squares are a great way to turn a good outfit into a great one by adding that extra dimension to really set your outfit apart. Bianca Elgar sent me one of their small square scarves, which are unique… Continue Reading