The British Fashion Awards are taking place at the London Coliseum on Monday 23rd November. 

British designers and creatives are renowned for their ability to set the global fashion agenda. Each year the British Fashion Awards celebrates their creativity and success. 

The BFA has been celebrating the contributions of British designers, creatives and models to the international fashion scene since 1989. 

There are two ticket packages available. The affordable white ticket package offers Balcony seats, the awards ceremony and a BFA Goody bag all for £40. 

A silver ticket package is also available which offers drinks reception upon arrival, upper circle seats, the awards ceremony, post ceremony party, not forgetting the BFA goody bag all for £95.

Tickets are selling fast, with silver tickets nearly completely sold out. Make sure you’re there and head to the British Fashion Awards website!

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London Fashion Weekend has arrived at the Saatchi Gallery, bringing with it all the latest trends, designers and brands.

The Catwalk:

This was the opportunity to see some of the biggest names from LFW in action, showcasing their collections exclusively for the LFWend schedule including House of Holland, Peter Pilotto, Issa and Christopher Raeburn. 

Within the packed programme included trend shows that reveal the latest talked about trends and indispensable style tips, presented by Very Exclusive.


ISSACatwalk : 24th September

First shown at LFW in 2006, ISSA quickly became world renowned for its vibrant femininity and has since been worn by some of the worlds most high-profile women. In 2013, the brand began a process of evolution, signalling the start of an exciting new chapter for Issa. 

This Septembers LFWend didn’t disappoint when presenting Issa’s brand DNA: Feminine, colourful and glamorous.  

PETER PILOTTOCatwalk: 25th September 2015.                                     

Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos are the creative force behind the Peter Pilotto label. With a fusion of cultures reflecting on the catwalk, constructed silhouettes, couture fabrics and intricate prints are all part of the labels signature. 


Peter Pilotto is sold in over 50 counties worldwide, and is featured at over 220 retailers including: Selfridges in London; Le Bon Marché in Paris; Bergdorf Goodman in New York; and Joyce and Lane Crawford in Hong Kong and China.

HOUSE OF HOLLAND26th September 2015

After graduating from the London College of Printing with a BA Journalism. Henry Holland was catapulted into the fashion limelight in 2006 with his irreverent ‘Fashion Groupies’ slogan tees featuring catchphrases such as “Uhu Gareth Pugh” and “Get Your Freak On Giles Deacon”.


Henry designs with a London girl aesthetic in mind and is continually inspired by the variety of attitudes, cultures and minders that exist throughout the UK capital. The House of Holland girl is cool, confident and savvy and wears labels without letting them wear her. 

CHRISTOPHER RAEBURNCatwalk: 27th September 2015

Christopher Raeburn is a British fashion designer with a unique and innovative approach to creating meanswear, womenswear and accessories collections. 


Christopher’s pioneering work has bought sustainable design to a mainstream fashion audience and presents a new definition of luxury with integrity. 

US Vogue featured his Inuit Coat in a feature on sustainable fashion, informing all to “remember the four R’s: reduce, reuse, recycle and Raeburn”. 



Animal Prints take centre safe for AW15. Leapard, cheetah, snake and zebra prints stalked the runway at Roberto Cavalli, McQ Alexander McQueen, by Malene Birger and Elizabeth & James. Introduce the trend via wild accessories, such as box bags and monochrome print boots, or be bold and opt for a dramatic statement coat. 


Think baked terracotta landscapes and Sicilian wine to channel AW15’s richest hue. IRO, Joseph and Kenzo all used the standout colour in their collections. Paprika, plum and burgundy tones give timeless accessories and biker jackets an autumnal twist; a slick of berry lipstick complements the trend. Work Marsala separates into your look to update a classic monochrome ensemble.


The ’70s are back in a big way this Autumn. Flower power blooms with mesmerising psychedelic prints took us back to the stylish decade courtesy of looks from See by Chloé, Just Cavalli and DKNY. Build your look around a hero piece such as a patchwork suede mini skirt or throw on a wide-brimmed hat for an effortless autumnal style statement.


Fashions inner wild child is unleashed this season, with Vivienne Westwood Anglomania, House of Holland and McQ Alexander McQueen all experimenting with punk styling. Safety pins, leather, bold tartan and black velvet more than nod to the look and hero pieces include zip detailed denim and stiffen handbags. Take on the trend with shoes or accessories for just a hint of punk attitude in your everyday wardrobe.