Tag: MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF

7 TRENDS SEEN ON THE RUNWAYS OF LONDON FASHION WEEK

The runways of London Fashion Week held their own after following a week-long presentation of shows by designers in New York City. The Untitled Magazine highlights trends to watch out for this coming Autumn / Winter straight from the London catwalks. 50 Shades of Grey is officially a thing of the past with 50 shades of blue…

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BRITISH FASHION COUNCIL ANNOUNCE WINNERS OF NEWGEN SPONSORSHIP

The British Fashion Council (BFC) announced the 14 winners of the NEWGEN competition sponsored by TopShop. London’s brightest emerging talent will receive support and sponsorship by TopShop, Britain’s Fashion Council, and the opportunity to showcase their efforts during London Fashion Week in February 2013. NEWGEN displays the best in promising British-based fashion. Since its inception…

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MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF – LONDON S/S 2012 FASHION SHOW

  MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF - LONDON S/S 2012 FASHION SHOW VIDEO BY XXXX MAGAZINE Meadham Kirchhoff is British Edward Meadham and French Benjamin Kirchhoff. The SS12 collection is heavily influenced by Courtney Love and the Babydoll aesthetic. Think colourful, girly, cute and twee, with layered and mismatched pieces with fur, lace, bustles and frills. Fashion Week Coverage Directed…

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MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF – LONDON F/W 2011 FASHION SHOW

  MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF - LONDON F/W 2011 FASHION SHOW - VIDEO BY XXXX MAGAZINE The main theme of the show was uniforms and uniformity. Models clad in bouclé wool, wore little black dresses, peasant tops and pinafore blouses. Tons of hand embroidery followed more wools and knits, with the custom Meadham Kirchhoff ‘unfinishing’. - Fashion…

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MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF – LONDON A/W 2010 FASHION SHOW

[qt:http://xxxxmagazine.tv/videos/mov/fashionweek/londonfw2010/meadham-kirchhoff.mov http://xxxxmagazine.tv/videos/mov/posters/meadham-kirchoff_poster.mov 640 360] MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF Branching out into romanticism, Ed Meadham and Ben Kirchhoff broke their groove of black and navy deconstructed streetwear and presented a collection popping with color. Flowered dresses, lace veils and tinselly embroidery were piled into this visually assaulting show. Bias-cut Hollywood gowns, painted biker jackets, and stacks of bangle…

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