Fashion news about Topshop’s fashion week 2014. Actually it is tough to identify the actual things which is really womens want for their upcoming fashions or style for the next year. But really it will be helpful for them to findout the actual top fashion news or things for the upcoming women’s fashion.
The top 6 fashion stories of the week featuring Topshop, Evans, Warehouse, Isabel Marant, Charlie May and ‘designer eBay’.
Evans reveals plus-size design winners
Evans is known for celebrating plus-size fashion and for its design competition, Cut For Evans, invited students from Kingston and Bournemouth universities to design pieces with the Evans customer in mind.
The work of winners Alice Farrow and Rebecca Partington hits stores on Thursday.
Topshop’s runway jewellery
The jewellery at the Topshop Unique show for September’s London Fashion Week was just as good as the clothes. All of the pieces that appeared will be in stores from Thursday.
Pop-up to sell donations from fashion editors
Buy pre-worn pieces from the likes of Burberry, Stella McCartney and Christian Louboutin from Friday thanks to hardlyeverwornit.com.
The ‘designer version of eBay’ is hosting a pop-up shop of pieces donated from the wardrobes of Vogue, Cosmopolitan and Harper’s Bazaar fashion editors.
Charlie May with Hudson Shoes
After her successful handbag collaboration with Danielle Foster, Charlie May is joining forces with Hudson Shoes. Tapping into May’s penchant for the minimal and androgynous, they have created a stamped white slip-on with silver zip detailing. They’re the perfect alternative to a heavy winter brogue.
Warehouse goes for bold choice
Warehouse and the British Fashion Council have crowned Philli Wood winner of their annual design competition.
The University of Westminster graduate has created a capsule collection featuring oversized separates in bold graphic prints. They will be in Warehouse stores from Thursday.
Isabel Marant dazzles with Oliver Peoples
No one creates a cult accessory quite like Isabel Marant. Her range of sunglasses with California’s Oliver Peoples is no exception.