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    High Street Fashion Week Presents Fazane Malik.

    Fazane Malik is a UK based designer from Derby who fulfilled a life long dream, together with a business partner, and started up her own label in 2011. Since then the brand has gone from strength to strength and is currently stocked in 11 online & physical boutiques in the…

    High Street Fashion Week Presents Wild Rose Boutique.

    The Wild Rose Boutique was born out of a love of fashion, combining a fashion forward attitude and with feminine designs. Wild Rose Boutiques girly style shines through in traditional handpicked pieces that are made with vintage style fabrics, bespoke detailing and gorgeous prints. The Wild Rose Boutique has its…

    High Street Fashion Week Press Preview.

    On Monday 22nd April I was lucky enough to have been invited, along with other fashion bloggers, to The Penthouse in Leicester Square for High Street Fashion Week’s Press Preview. Up and coming high street brands were given the opportunity to showcase their designs on the 7th and 8th floor…

    High Street Fashion Week Presents Urban Charm.

    Urban charm has simply come from a young mum’s passion for creativity. The brand strives to be accessible to everyone and so the jewellery is created using the best materials sourced at the best costs to allow the pieces to be sold at realistic prices. A bespoke service is also…

    High Street Fashion Week Presents Chic and Geek.

    Based in Kent, Chic and Geek started out of the need to create something fresh, exciting and most importantly something that’s accessible to everyone. Designer Stephanie Gregory loves fashion, but being a mother of 2 and working all the hours god sent, she was still unable to always afford to…

    High Street Fashion Week Presents Dear Layla Boutique.

    Following on in the High Street Fashion Week series is Dear Layla Boutique. They are a vintage inspired online boutique who is based in Essex/London. Every one of their items have been handpicked and pre-loved, with some carefully selected items then being customised. One off classic pieces are sourced from…

    High Street Fashion Week Presents Elisha Francis London.

    Next up in the series are the beautiful and elegant designs from Elisha Francis London. Elisha Francis is a bespoke vintage inspired jewellery and accessories brand with a collection of timeless pieces that have a modern edge, created to make every woman feel beautiful. Each item is handmade using the…

    High Street Fashion Week Presents The Holiday Boutique.

    The Holiday Boutique was created in 2012 and launched in 2013! It is aimed at women who want to buy unique and fashion-lead sun-styles outside the present restricted seasonal high street calendar. THB’s aim is to source beautiful pieces that celebrate all body types, allowing you to look as fabulous…

    High Street Fashion Week Presents Lili-Marie La Touche Boutique.

    Next up in our series is Lili-Marie La Touche Boutique, an up and coming fashion designer who is inspired by architecture. Lianne Marie La Touche was born and brought up in London. Studying textiles at GSCE level gave her the chance to research various fashion designers and materials, widening her…

    High Street Fashion Week Presents Kiss Like Daisy.

    Our next interview in the High Street Fashion Week series is Kisslikedaisy, a feminine yet edgy brand created by Katy Louise Dyer. After leaving university with a 2:1 Bachelor of Science degree in June 2011, Katy went looking for her dream job. Realising that fashion was the career path she…