Video: H&M has collaborated with designer Simone Rocha
In this video, Swedish fashion brand H&M has presented its collaboration with Irish international fashion designer Simone Rocha.Watch the video below. Video: H&M via YouTube Photo credit: H&M, Facebook
18 Mar 2021
Five highlights from digital London Fashion Week
In another season, during another time, London Fashion Week would have been brimming with international press, buyers, influencers and notable industry folk. Front row catwalks would be celebrity-heavy and London abuzz with parties and events for its biannual fashion outing. Unlike in September, the February catwalks were shown entirely digital...
2 Mar 2021
Video: Simone Rocha FW21 collection at LFW
In this video, fashion label Simone Rocha has presented its FW21 collection at London Fashion Week (LFW). Watch the video below. Do you want to see more FW21 clothing collections? Click here to view theFashionUnited Marketplace. Video: Simone Rocha via YouTube Photo credit: London Fashion Week
1 Mar 2021
H&M unveils full Simone Rocha collection
The full Simone Rocha x H&M collection for women, men and children has been unveiled ahead of the collaboration launch on March 11. The collection is an amalgamation of a decade of design, featuring a cross-pollination of Rocha’s sensibilities and signatures, as well as paying tribute to Ireland, Hong Kong, texture, shape, tactility, history,...
9 Feb 2021
Video: H&M collaborates with designer Simone Rocha
In this video, H&M collaborates with fashion designer Simone Rocha who is internationally known for her complex and beautifully crafted collections. Watch the video below. Video: H&M via YouTube Photo credit: H&M, Facebook
15 Jan 2021
Simone Rocha named as the next H&M designer collaborator
London-based, Irish designer Simone Rocha, a favourite with press and buyers at London Fashion Week, has been announced as the next designer to collaborate with H&M. The Simone Rocha x H&M collection will launch on March 11, 2021, and will feature Rocha’s signature womenswear, alongside menswear and childrenswear. This will mark the first time...
15 Jan 2021
Who will replace Clare Waight Keller at Givenchy?
It was the artistic director departure heard around the world, even over the sounds of the worries about the global coronavirus pandemic. Clare Waight Keller's time as artistic director of Givenchy has come to an end, as her contract has not been renewed. Waight Keller helped continue the global popularity the house saw under its previous...
15 Apr 2020
Video: Simone Rocha London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019
Presenting Simone Rocha London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019. Source: Fashion One, YouTube
18 Sep 2018
Reality vs Expectations: Behind the scenes at London Fashion Week AW17
Attending a major, global fashion week and seeing the latest collections from the industry’s leading designers, which will undoubtedly set next season’s trends, has often been cited as one of themain goalsfor any fashion journalist/writer/editor. This Autumn/Winter 2017 season, I was able to able to tick that goal off my own bucket list as I...
27 Feb 2017
London Fashion Week AW17 - Day 2
London - The second day of London Fashion Week began early Saturday morning with a catwalk show from Hussein Chalayan, who returned to show his collection in London for the first time in 16 years at Sadler's Wells. The British designer presented a collection reflecting his structured, minimalist style, with loose tailoring that was inspired by...
19 Feb 2017
London Fashion Week: Simone Rocha goes to Church
On a recent visit to Dover Street Market in London, a true blood retail mecca of eclectic fashion visionaries, it was Simone Rocha's collection on the ground floor, situated amongst a flurry of Comme des Garcons brands and a 'bird's nest perfume tower' that grabbed one's attention. At the iconic store's Haymarket opening earlier this year her...
18 Sep 2016
New PETA research shows 80 percent of London Fashion Week designers eschewing fur
Although images from last season's London Fashion Week runways seemed awashed with fur, according to the latest research from animal rights' organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, PETA, the vast majority of designers showing eschewed real fur for their Autumn-Winter 2015 collections. According to the International Fur Trade...
15 Sep 2015