Friday, 29 March 2013

Press Preview Picture Premiere

So I like alliteration, what's new? Let's move on. Fashion week has happened and that was marvellous. Those working in the industry will have either attended/seen online literally hundreds of shows. Some will have excited them while others will go forgotten. And so Press day season begins to allow those working for in the fashion media, editors, stylists etc. to remind themselves of what they loved and to examine the pieces in detail preliminarily selecting the pieces that they will want to use and promote to the world in the upcoming season.

The media side of the fashion industry runs on average 6 months ahead of time (with the design side more 9months - a year) so the Autumn/Winter 2013 press days occur late March/early April to then be available to be used by press who prepare and compile their winter issues over the summer.  

Having the pleasure of working for TWENTY6 Magazine, I have been able to attend the first wave of press days before Easter and have managed a few snaps of what most caught my interest. Which is your favourite?

Leopard print - Lulu Guinness
Interlinking rings - Jenny Packham

New menswear line - Alexis Mabille
A lone shoe at the entrance - Manolo Blahnik

Python boots - Rupert Sanderson

Stacked sequins used to replicate cable knit - Jenny Packham

Varied collection - Alberta Ferretti 

Chain fringe on delicate lace - Julien MacDonald

Petrol effect Water-snake folded clutch - Jenny Peckham

Bejewelled sweatshitrts - TN Tees, the diffusion line of Tata Naka

Selection of pale pink - Roksanda Ilincic
Intricate embellishment - Philosophy Alberta Ferretti
Metallic Hi-tops with chain details - Rupert Sanderson
Pony skin accessories - Whistles
Clean cut pony skin clutches - Jenny Packham
Python and crocodile bomber jackets - Billionaire Couture

Just a wee selection to get you excited for Autumn/Winter, not that we have had a Spring/Summer yet! 
Just as well fur is THE trend of the winter to come.  

Wow! Complaining about the weather, how terribly British of me. 

Hope that is all Cristo Clear?


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