On Wednesday 21st May, renowned jewellery brand, Pandora, celebrated the launch of their brand new national competition and social media campaign #MyRingsMyStyle at their flagship store at London’s Marble Arch.
TV host Jameela Jamil and fashion stylist Angela Scanlon as well as celebrated fashion bloggers collaborated on the first of three events with the brand to promote the enchanting new collection of stacking rings in sterling silver and 14ct gold.
Pink champagne and lychee cocktails flowed whilst guests mingled with the likes of Amber Le Bon, George Lamb, Rick Edwards and Caroline Flack, to name a few. The leading Danish jewellery brand will host further events in Manchester and Edinburgh with an equally star studded guest list which will offer lucky entrants with the most creative ring stacks a chance to win a plethora of exciting prizes, which includes £500 worth of Pandora rings.
Central St Martin’s graduate, Nathan French’s latest AW14 collection sings of 1930s drama and femininity. The collection of opulent feather and hair dresses were heavily inspired by exotic Indian birds of paradise and the hourglass silhouettes create a form of armour; with each piece a form of artistic expression.
A mix of electrifying pinks, subtle layers of teal alongside the deepest of blacks highlight the designer’s varied sources of inspiration – from India, the Middle East and Africa. French combines visual artistic representations from these various origins, adding this into his love of taxidermy & Victoriana – the influences of which are evident in this collection.
Nathan French’s designs have been seen on noted celebrities, include Kelis, Cara Delevigne and Diane Përnet, where the theatre and feminine edge creates a winning formula.
Written By Alexandra Richards
Malaysian-born fashion designer Bernard Chanran wowed the fashion pack on the first day of London Fashion Week with this SS14 collection.Models shimmered down the catwalk in metallic, feminine pieces, including rose appliquéd dresses with contrasting textures.A drop-heed metallic dress was a favourite, with layers of red and gold lurex thread intricately woven through and an 80s inspired iridescent pinstripe jumpsuit was a fun alternative to the minimalism currently saturating fashion land. Chanran graduated top of the class with this collection and by the looks of it, had a lot of fun getting there.