The Edinburgh College of Art is getting ready for this year’s fashion show which will take place later […]
A charity fashion show has raised nearly £3,000 for children’s charity CHAS. Thursday night saw the opening […]
By Ryan C. Gavan A new iPhone application has been launched that aims to help women choose the […]
Dr Martens where originally introduced to the working class of Britain in 1960. Celeste Carrigan looks back over a half-century of a piece of iconic fashion….
The iconic cult classic piece of fashion Dr Martens turned 50 years old this year in April. The boot has forever remained the shoe of choice for subcultures and looks to be with us for another 50 years. The tough looking, hardworking work boots are an emblem of British fashion. They have been on a journey of freedom, individuality and empowerment.
by Paul Foy Internet search engine giant Google, will this Wednesday delve into the fashion business by a launching a […]
The final day of the Paris Fashion Week has arrived! After a full ten days of catwalks, designers, […]
by Arron Connolly A local college is running a competition to find the face of a new range […]
By Emma Hamilton High street fashion store River Island launches a T’s for Trust campaign in selected stores […]
By Phyllis Stephen Edinburgh College of Art‘s (ECA) fashion show is usually a sell-out. It has been running […]
By Melissa Wong Amongst the dreary depths of the current economic climate, many retailers are facing millions of […]