Today at the final day of London Fashion Week 2014, Zoë Jordan presented a collection constituted of white and oxblood leather jackets with ribbed shoulders and badges taking inspiration from the world of motor racing.
The sophisticated sporty looks also included a tailored, long grey coat with silver frosted pockets and a floor length dress with deep side slit, complemented with the Underground Apollo black leather creepers.
Styles are available at our Berwick Street store and online.
Following a remarkable collaboration last season, for London Fashion Week AW14 knitwear designer Mark Fast once again chose to style his collection with Underground shoes.
The Underground double sole gold mirror Wulfrun creepers complemented orange, pink and blue neon electric knits. Highlights of the show included tailored pieces that went through plaiting and Fair Isle knitting techniques.
It will open with a salon fashion show followed by the screening of fashion comedy Zoolander. The second night showcases the original version of fashion industry favourite Grey Gardens, and the final film on the program is The September Issue, a behind-the-scenes look at the production of the September 2007 issue of American Vogue magazine.
A hundred free tickets are available for each screening through a prize draw, and there will also be a limited amount of first come first served tickets too.
London Fashion Week is a declaration of all that is new and exciting. It is revered for its brave depiction of what is cutting edge in the fashion industry with new young designers leading the way. For Spring/Summer 2013, we collaborated with four bright new stars; one of which was Raffaele Ascione who showed his collection at Vauxhall Fashion Scout. His pieces were a mixture of feminine sensibility tapered with bold, rebellious pieces. The designer styled some of his looks using our black suede Wulfrun wedge shoes. Check out the looks below:
To see Raffaele Ascione’s full SS13 show watch this video.