Each week the team at Brabantia will be giving you the lowdown on our top picks for hot fashion, interior design and chic household trends.
Farrow & Ball have launched a new supplement, ‘Colour made simple’, available with the March issue of Homes & Gardens and it’s on news stands now. A beautiful palette of colours to help inspire you in the home.
It’s farewell to London Fashion Week, from Issa’s silk chiffon pussy bow blouses, short flirty skater skirts and cigarette pants to Jonathan Saunders’ fresh take on colour blocking completed with Christian Louboutin’s stacked platform peep toe shoes in futuristic silver leather, it was a show stopping few days.
And well done to The British Fashion Council who really embraced technology this season, bringing the catwalk to life for those outside the industry. Daily video highlights on screens in the Underground, highlights from the London Fashion Week twitter feed and an outdoor LED screen on the BFC Catwalk Show Space for fans of live streaming, helped make it a highly interactive event.
For fans of the Royals it’s time to head on down to London’s Stephen Friedman Gallery to meet a life-sized wax model of Prince William standing on a low plinth in the exact stance seen in the engagement announcement photograph. He holds a replica of the famous sapphire and diamond ring.
Artist Jennifer Rubell invites the public to step up onto the plinth and pop their finger through the ring… so anyone can play the role of his fiancé!
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