Lucy London The Woman behind London's Queer Fashion Show

When it comes to fashion the buzzword of diversity and inclusion has been floating around for quite some time. With the increased pressure from designers globally to include more body sizes on the runway, more people of colour and more accessibility. And whilst there have been a number of strides in the industry some may say that it is still not enough. The London Queer Fashion Show (LQFS) is something that does just this, celebrating the creativity and work of designers showing that there is more to fashion than just womenswear and menswear in the traditional forms that have always existed and allowed a platform for new designers and talent that may have felt a level of exclusion from the talent fashion standards. Leading this movement is Lucy London a fashionista shaking the moulds and expectations of what fashion should be and giving a new generation of fashion creatives a space to create work that goes beyond the unexpected.

 

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FIT'S Future Standouts

Students from New York’s prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology presented its top graduating students in its annual runway show, along with a newly launched section of street style and athletic-inspired garments.

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Hype

Deluxe streetwear brand EXTREMEDY has exploded onto the fashion scene with an unapologetically bold and brash debut show hosted at Cavalli Club, Dubai. Bringing together the who’s who of the Middle East fashion scene, key Editors and Influencers gathered, plus notable celebrity guests including Mohamed Hadid, Chloe Green, Latifa, Cheb Khaled and May Hariri.

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FASHION SCOUT: FINAL SHOWCASE

Fashion Scout, the international showcase held during London Fashion Week, has named four winners of its The Ones to Watch Award for autumn/winter 2019 - 1x1 Studio, Aurélie Fontan, Bowen Hu and Shie Lyu.

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Fashion Modern Minimalist - i-am- chen

Chinese brand i-am-Chen is celebrating its fifth season continues to bring the fun and light-hearted spirit to the audience.  The brand constantly challenges and exploits the capabilities of various knitting machines. Whilst working with some of the world-class technicians, Chen reinterprets the definition of knitting by pushing of advanced machinery, applying state of the art techniques and experimenting with a diversity of yarns in bold and eye-catching garments.

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TOLU COKER WINS THE 2019 Coveted Merit Award

Fashion Scout announced that the London based Eponymous brand Tolu Coker, as the winner of the AW19 coveted Merit Award. Created in 2009, the new talent initiative is worth £20,000 across three seasons and has been created to support and develop new designer businesses on a global level.

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SUPAFLY

Everything is manipulated to appear perfect online when reality can be far from it. Ugliness challenges this fascination with synthetic lifestyles

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#REPRESENTED

There are barely any ethnic minorities at the top of the hierarchy that are decision makers, so it makes it difficult to implement change within the industry.

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