Tranoï Paris

Paris – First a visit to Tranoï a smaller trade shown revered by the Japanese…..

Scoop & Pure London presents collections for Autumn/Winter 2022/23

For the second season Scoop, the contemporary womenswear show, and Pure London, known for its womenswear, menswear, accessories and young fashion, showed together at Truman’s Brewery in the heart of fashionable Shoreditch…………..

Première Classe, Paris launches Spring/Summer 2022 collections

It was such an exciting morning to make my way to Première Classe after such a long absence…………….

London Fashion Week – The Stephen Jones S/S 2022 Collection

A Collection Entitled “Bonnes Vacances”

Paris Spring/Summer Show Who’s Next for 2022

Sept 3rd-6th at Porte de Versailles – Who’s Next was definitely scaled down this season, occupying only Halls 5 and 6, two of the smaller halls, nevertheless……….

Launch of “Fashion Together” for the British Shows

This season became one of those rare moments in time, as just weeks before the doors were about to open on three of the UK’s largest ready-to-wear exhibitions, Pure, Scoop and Moda UK, the ban on large gatherings due to the coronavirus had not been lifted. And so ‘at a stroke’ ………….

Première Classe, Paris Feb/March 2020

Première Classe Tuileries Gardens Paris.

Who’s Next, Sept 2019 at Porte de Versailles

September 2019 – A visit to Who’s Next in Paris to find new trends, and elegant classics for spring/summer 2020

London Fashion Week – Sept 2018 for spring/summer 2019

The London Designer Exhibition/Designer Showrooms, The Store, 180 The Strand, London. September 7th – 11th 2018. To see so many photographers on the street at the major venues for London Fashion Week was certainly reassuring. Because fashion is a fickle thing, it is creative, alive, exciting and yet very fragile, and ’the following’ can come…

Who’s Next /Première Classe, Sept 2018 at Porte de Versailles

Who’s Next /Première Classe Porte de Versailles Paris Sept 7th – 10th 2018 The fashion exhibitions Who’s Next & Première Classe, which run together twice a year at the Porte de Versailles are in fact two separate and distinct shows, both owned and organised by the same company. Who’s Next being mainly ladies, casual girls/guys…