All Walks – All Talks:Weekly Blog:
At All Walks we love fashion and thats why september is Big for us with so much in store such as, Fashions big night out soon approching, All Walks working on our New secret project.
this month is a busy month for us at team All Walks but here is a taster of some things for you this month…
Fashions Big Night Out
Get ready for a Night of Fabulous Fashion
Fashions Big Night Out is approaching on the 8th of September where fashion takes over the city of London. The night will be filled with fashion freebies and a glittering array of celebrities all checking out the latest must haves. If you have been following us on facebook/twitter you’ll already know that on the night our very own co-founder Caryn Franklin will be at Marks and Spencer’s Marble Arch store on Oxford Street. She will be delivering trend workshops all evening, make sure to get your selves down there and enjoy the buzz. Should be a great night!
Have a Stella night visiting McCartney!
If you are heading out on Fashion Night Out you might want to take your stilettos for a walk down Bruton Street to visit Stella McCartney’s store. She is hosting a showcase called ‘My Wardrobe and Me’- An Exhibition from the young people of Kids Company. Make sure to check it out!
Fashion News of the day:
Inspirational piece on new Fashion campaign to launch A/W collection for
They are truly showing no restriction to Beauty .
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What to do for the weekend?
Well respected Turkish born designer Hussein Chalayan famed for his avant garde style is to unveil his new exhibition ‘B-side’ which will feature as part of the Icon Design Trail throughout the London Design Festival 2010. The exhibition will take us back through his amazing portfolio of work which displays his unique talent of merging fashion and art. The exhibition runs from the 17th September -23rd October.
Chalayan is to also reveal another project, an installation at Lisson Gallery in London. Chalayan new installation named ‘I Am Sad Leyla’ which is inspired from his Turkish heritage includes elements of audio, film, sculpture and fashion references. The Central Saint Martin’s graduate explains that his new installation is like ‘‘a “stripped-down show”, not overtly related to his fashion work, but not without its visual moments either. It is almost as if each moment should be enjoyed like a piece of jewellery’’.
The installation ‘I Am Sad Leyla by Hussein Chalayan opens September 8th till October 2nd at the Lisson Gallery, London.
These two are a definite must do!
report by Claire Milne
Assisted by M.W