To start London Fashion Week in style we hosted a catwalk show in collaboration with our neighbours at London Glassblowing.
Both our studios have undergone renovations over the past 6 months and so it seemed appropriate to showcase the bespoke work we both do in these exciting new spaces.
We loved collaborating last LFW using handmade glass work alongside our bespoke garments under the expert eye of stylist and image consultant Hannah Jean of Find My Style, so were delighted to have the opportunity to work together again.
This season we are looking forward to an historic year for London with all eyes on the city we call home for the Olympics and wanted to reflect the diversity, creativity and sense of style London has to offer.
In our designs we have referenced the British heritage in tailoring from Savile Row and as ever only use fabric from suppliers in the UK which make our garments even more unique.
London Glassblowing provided some exquisite bespoke glass jewellery to accompany each of our looks, all put together with the finesse and detail that Hannah Jean brings in her approach to styling.
We were delighted to be joined by iconic designer Roland Klein along with the legendary journalist Felicity Green who both praised the collection and the new changes made to our studio. As our studio and the glassblowing gallery have both just been renovated, it was a pleasure to share this with friends, colleagues and clients as well as some new friends too and the celebrations went on until the wee hours…
The result of our collaboration was a unique and beautiful catwalk show demonstrating the artisan craft at the heart of the Bermondsey Street area.
For a sneak peek of the event, the team at London Glassblowing put together this video of the show:
We feel so lucky to not only be working in such a creative community, but next door to a studio which shares our values of well crafted and unique pieces which we can showcase together. Here’s to a wonderful season ahead and many more exciting collaborations…
All images courtesy of Alessandro Costa Photography www.alessandrocosta.com← Back to the Journal