September 2 2014

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Prism’s New IRL Diggs


An online-only shop was something the brand Prism quickly grew out of, according to its creative director, Anna Laub. “A lot of our clients would look up the address online and just drop by unannounced, wanting to try stuff on, and had no idea they were coming to the head office. We realized pretty quickly […]

Amanda Wakeley Wants You to Take a Second Look


Yes, Amanda Wakeley has dressed the Royals—Kate Middleton and Princess Diana, to be exact. But the designer is capable of sartorial feats beyond monarchial moments. Her Fall ’14 collection is a testament to that. Wakeley started her business twenty-four years ago. Her embellished eveningwear and clean, glam daywear have appealed to the posh Chelsea girl […]

Jobs Wanted: The Business of Fashion launches its new recruitment site in London


London’s top designers turned out for a dinner party to launch The Business of Fashion’s new recruitment site, BoF Careers, at Mayfair’s Morton’s Club last night. The concept of a fashion- and luxury-only recruitment site came to founder Imran Amed not long after he launched BoF back in 2007. As the site started to grow, […]

Lulu & Co Goes Over the Rainbow


Lulu Kennedy had rainbows on the mind when dreaming up Lulu & Co’s Fall ’14 collection—specifically how they perfectly represent the seventies Beat generation and the intellectual hippie who defined that era. “The Beat generation was all about spiritual leaders expressing themselves in a counterculture way: They were protesting at rallies, writing poetry, and generally […]

With an Assist From Lena Dunham, Isa Arfen Has Arrived


For an up-and-coming label like Isa Arfen, dressing the biggest television star of the moment is a game-changer. So when Lena Dunham appeared last week wearing the “eye” shift dress on the red carpet in Hollywood for the Television Academy’s “An Evening With Girls,” designer Serafina Sama said it was her “second dream come true.” […]