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I took on Central London to ask Londoner – What kind of fashion piece reflects your personality the most?


London Fashion Week – Why is the leather jacket still so popular in street style?

Former reality star and blonde locked model Paris Hilton announced her engagement last week. In honour of the big announcement, _shift takes a look back at her career and fashion moments


_shift travelled to Copenhagen Fashion Week to see the best Danish fashion for autumn/winter 2018


Yearly tech show, CES 2018, kicked off this week, inviting thousands of visitors to see the latest software, hardware and tech treats. Our highlight, YouCam Makeup


Spanning 70 years of haute couture, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs is back with an exhibition that covers seven decades of creation by the French fashion house,


_shift goes to Paris to reveal how Parisian women stay classic-chic in the cold


As Marks & Spencer launches a pair of heels for Christmas so surely inspired by Sex and the City , _shift takes a closer look at Manolo Blahnik’s documentary


Should we finally stop shopping high street fashion? Sustainable fashion was the main talking point at today’s Bad Fit panel discussion at the London College of Fashion


With his first issue of British Vogue out now, _shift takes a look at the career of Edward Enninful


It may nearly be Halloween, but new book Fashion Victims – the Dangers of Dress Past and Present proves that fashion has always danced with death



Sci-fi sequel Blade Runner 2049, hit cinemas last week. _shift takes a closer look at the first film’s trendiest piece, the trench


British activewear brand Zaggora has launched a range of fit teas, superfood snacks and protein drinks


With Paris Fashion Week closing the fashion month madness, jewellery was the head turning accessory at the spring 18 shows


Since his debut in 2013 at London Fashion Week and ever since well known for his vibrant and innovative knitwear techniques, Apu Jan’s latest collection drew inspiration from historical poems.


Unisex designs in all forms conquered the runway with sporty looks setting the theme of the show.



Tradition and cultural identity took centre stage at the catwalk show that showcased for the first time at the new Design Museum in London’s cultural quarter.


Beth Wooley, fashion graduate of the Liverpool John Moores University impressed visitors with her nature-inspired concept that she brought to the catwalk.


The Manchester School of Art is well known to house UK’s largest art and design courses, looking back at a 170 years of history.


The catwalk room’s atmosphere, spacious and bright with upbeat music coming through the speakers, warmed up the audience who were ready for the first young designer.


The label, based in New York City has always prided itself with luxurious, wearable pieces that work for every occasion from office to after party and the typical night out.


Driven by the villains of the past, Breton’s collection consisted of modern and Victorian silhouettes melted with yesteryears traditional tailoring.


Driven by the Western sensibility, Sinha’s designs are always researching and developing the Natural Dyeing technique of North East India.



The Indian designer, best known for his designs seen in Bollywood films and dressing some of the elite including Beyonce and Paris Hilton, went next level with his latest designs.