Photographer: SIMON HARRIS | Stylist: MARK MCMAHON | Make-Up: DANI GUINSBERG @ One Make-up | Hair: FRANCO VALLELONGA | Models: OLIVER CHESHIRE @ Select, TOM WARREN @ Models 1, ANDRE FEULNER & PHILIPP BIERBAUM @ Premier
Styles and elements of traditional English shooting jackets and waxed outerwear of past decades are meshed with parkas, coats and blazers to form the basis of the AW11 collection, launched in Milan last night.
The event marked the completion of ’195 Collaborations’ that saw Pringle and The Serpentine Gallery invite a group of artists from a range of disciplines to create new designs inspired by iconic products such as the twinset and argyle pattern.
Now in it’s forth season, our Live photographic streaming featured some of London Fashion Week’s most talked-about shows including Charlie Le Mindu, Vivienne Westwood, Jaeger, Pringle of Scotland and MAN.
The award categories this year include Designer Brand, Isabella Blow for Fashion Creator and two Emerging Talent Awards for ready-to-wear and accessories. Christopher Kane, Erdem and Phoebe Philo of Celine will be fighting it out for the ultimate accolade Designer of the Year.
The announcement came at the Grand Final at One Mayfair where the finalists took to the catwalk in front of over 500 guests wearing bespoke dresses made by Warehouse the official Style Partner, with hair styled by TONI&GUY, glamorous lashes from Eylure and leading make-up artist Daniel Sandler creating the looks for the show.
Charlotte Dellal, Holly Fulton, Pringle, Twenty8Twelve, Jimmy Choo, Nicole Farhi, Pam Hogg, Betty Jackson, Alice Temperley, Bella Freud and Amanda Wakeley design t-shirts in aid of Women for Women International.
Tilda Swinton, Ryan McGinley and David Shrigley creating exclusive pieces of art for Pringle which sit alongside works from Turner prize winner Richard Wright, Douglas Gordon, Franz Ferdinand and Julian David.
Three covers featuring supermodel Natasha Poly photographed by Mert & Marcus, Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci with Maria Carla Boscono, photographed by Emma Summerton, and Rihanna photographed by Willy Vanderperre.