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13 January 2017

Featured in Elle Magazine Russia (January 2017)



WHAT Featured in Elle Magazine Russia (January 2017)
WHEN  13th January 2017 
WHERE  Online

Featured in this month copy of Elle (Russia) January 2017. xx


Let The Light In Exhibition Southbank featuring Prince Cassius



WHAT Let The Light In Exhibition Southbank featuring Prince Cassius
WHEN  13th January 2017 
WHERE  Online


I'm excited to announce that Southbank Centre is collaborating with iconic portrait and fashion photographer, Rankin, to showcase friends of Southbank Centre wearing an exclusive range of jewellery to support Let The Light In.

Renowned fashion photographer Rankin has said his latest exhibition of celebrity portraits marks his progression into becoming "older, a bit wiser, and in need of some work".

The Light Up The Room collection, for the Southbank Centre, marks his return to the Royal Festival Hall, the venue for his first exhibition nearly 30 years ago.
I was truly honoured and excited to be asked to take part in this amazing exhibition which launched on 9th December to 28th December.
The portraits will feature jewellery from British designers such as Tatty Devine and Wolf & Moon, which will be sold to raise funds to refurbish the centre's Hayward Gallery and Queen Elizabeth Hall.


Rankin’s models included musician Marc Almond, artist Grayson Perry, actress and activist Joanna Lumley, blogger and YouTuber Grace Victory, journalist and activist Paris Lees, radio and TV presenter DJ Nihal, presenter Gemma Cairney, author Kathy Lette and psychologist, graphic novel author Philippa Perry and fashion blogger and presenter Prince Cassius






London Fashion Week: Men’s Trend Summary



WHAT London Fashion Week: Men’s Trend Summary
WHEN  13th January 2017 
WHERE  Online


London Fashion Week Men SS17 kicked off last week, which ran from the 6th January to the 9th January 2017. This was a time to showcase Britain's best designers and their sartorial offerings for the coming season and in my opinion this season was the best so far. London Fashion Week Men Spring and Summer 2017 gave us a snapshot of the warm seasons and trends.  

Without my individually picking my favourite designers, this season I thought I’d simply focus on the trends and items we fellas should keep an eye out for. This season's runway will once again bear the signs of changes in the industry, visible to varying degrees in the four fashion capitals.

Most designers collection showcased in three styles, the first being a 90's brit pop era with slim tailored silhouettes and a punchy colour palette - spanning indigo, pink, turquoise and citrus - merges tradition and rebellion. We saw another side of layering which conveys effortless, with that hint of tradition. The 'preppy look’ is certainly translatable throughout the world.



The Velsoir collection was inspired by the ceremonial dress of certain tribes. The collection was truly unique and showcased the traditional western suit was not a natural consideration, yet the garments convey importance and are symbolic of a man’s stature.


Another designers focused on the casual elements, buffalo kids, ravers and other tribal uniforms from various youth subcultures make an appearance in the collection. The collection is everything I would imagine the first menswear collection to be, it remains true to brands traditional from his signature pattern and playful style. The collection was playful, young and very much so fun.



Other such as Belstaff’s focused on the concept of the great British desert explorer to it. The pieces showcased the fearless explorer and luxury for a modern lifestyle all influenced by Belstaff’s rich history and archives. It conveyed the desire for discovery in the world’s most hot and unforgiving of landscapes. 




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