Our gorgeous gold lambskin leather bomber jacket by Natalie B Coleman features in the 2014 Fashion Edit by Irish Tatler this month.
The Jean Sport Tee and Diana Sports Shorts from Lexie’s second collection have been selected by Vogue editor Calgary Avansio, to feature in her edit of the best mesh pieces available now. ‘There's a time and a place for the perfect pair of plain black leggings, but these days it's more about expressing your workout personality with colour, print, new shapes and now… mesh. It's all about the mesh detailing, of every style and texture, that has captured the attention of fitness wear designers, athletes and gym bunnies everywhere.’ See the full edit here.
London-based fashion designer Kirsty Ward started her own label in 2010, creating what she calls "minimal clothing with maximal jewellery and embellishment." Crafting her statement necklaces by hand, this talented and hardware-inspired woman is bringing sculptural creativity to the runway. Wanting to find out more, The Genteel sat down with the designer for this week's Five x Five interview. Kirsty Ward. Photograph courtesy of the designer. 1. After your graduate show at Central St. Martins, you got snapped up by Alberta Ferretti to design for her in Italy. What do you think made you a perfect match? What was your common ground? I'm not too sure what she saw in me, perhaps it was the masculine side of my designs; she may have been ..