Fashion Designers

My Favourite Designers: Henry Holland

This week, my featured favourite designer is English designers Henry Holland. A graduate from London College of Communication, Henry gained attention from his collection of his bold 80s style t-shirts with fun phrases and quotes before starting his own fashion label House of Holland in 2008. Have a look below at some of my favourite House of Holland collections, and if you want to see more of Henry’s work click here.




Favourites from London Collections Mens 2016

With LCM June 2016 ending this past Monday, I thought I’d share with you some of my favourites from the collections this season.

Although I’m more of a womenswear designer, I actually loved loads of the menswear I saw from LCM16 this year. I have to say my overall favourite collection was from Sibling, the collection was so bold and colourful and I loved all the textures coming through. However, there were loads more that I really liked, have a look at some of the looks below:












Hope you enjoyed this post! Let me know which collections were your favourite on Twitter – @tizz_tazz.

My Favourite Designers: Christopher Kane

This week, my featured favourite designer is Christopher Kane. A Scottish designer based in London, Kane has been extremely successful since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2006. I love his use of textiles and fabrics in his collections, as well as his experimental flair. Have a look below for some images of his work, and if you want to see more click here.





My Favourite Designers: Anya Hindmarch

This week, my featured favourite designer is Anya Hindmarch. I love Anya Hindmarch’s fun accessories because of their amazing graphic prints and appliqués. One of my favourite collections is SS16 where she was inspired by the British High Street. Have a look below for some images of her work, to see more of her work click here.



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Secret Fashion Brands: Finchittida Finch


This week’s Secret Fashion Brand is fashion jewellery label Finchittida Finch. Finchittida Finch was started by twin designers Tida and Lisa Finch, their designs are inspired by a fusion of their London & Laos heritage, resulting in beautiful bold and ornate pieces of jewellery.

Not only are their jewellery designs pretty amazing, they also have a great ethos to empower others through fashion, starting with their homeland of Laos. They also use their sales from their brand to help clear the bombs left in Laos since the end of the Vietnam war, which is also pretty cool. Find out more about their #FFbombsquad here.


Finchittida Finch designs are also a firm favourite with celebrity style icons and musicians including Ella Eyre, FKA Twigs, Rita Ora & Mila Kunis.





If you would like to find out more about the brand and where to buy, click the links below:

Facebook: Finchittida

What do you think about ‘Finchittida Finch’? How important is it to you that a fashion brand has a good ethos like Finchittida? Let me know in the comments below.

My Favourite Designers: Ashish

There are so many great and talented designers out there, but I thought I would put together a few of my favourites in a series called ‘My Favourite Designers’. Hopefully, it will help some of you discover designers you’ve never heard of, and gain some inspiration from them. I also love to see and find out about new, talented designers so I would love it if you guys shared with me some designers that you love on Twitter or Instagram (@tizz_tazz).

This week, I am sharing with you one of my most favourite designers Ashish Gupta. Ashish has a great portfolio of collections that he’s shown at London Fashion Week, that you can see here. The one thing that he is most known for is his brilliant use of sequins! While sequins may not be everybody’s thing, I love how much fun Ashish has with colour, texture and sequins, and mixes this with his themes usually inspired by popular culture.

Below are some of my favourite collections of his:






Secret Fashion Brands: Jump From Paper


This week’s Secret Fashion Brand is ‘Jump From Paper’ is a Taipei-based fashion accessories brand founded in 2010. Inspired (and designed) by ‘Kids of the Internet Age’, Jump From Paper looked at the world from a two dimensional perspective when designing, which has resulted in a bold, graphic illustration like collection of functional bags. Their collection includes backpacks, wallets and bags which look awesome on, which definitely make people take a second look!



If you would like to find out more about the brand and where to buy, click the links below:

Twitter: @JumpFromPaperHQ
Facebook: Jump From Paper 

What do you think about ‘Jump From Paper’? Are you a fan of the two dimensional look!? Let me know in the comments below.


Secret Fashion Brands: My Flash Trash


This week’s Secret Fashion Brand is fashion jewellery brand ‘My Flash Trash’. My Flash Trash started as a blog in 2008 by then 16 year old Amber Atherton. Amber studied Fashion Management at the London College of Fashion and then went on to have a very successful career in the fashion industry, whilst still expanding My Flash Trash into an online marketplace for new and talented jewellery designers.

Now, My Flash Trash describes itself as a ‘charm jewellery brand’. Based in London, they are known for creating bold,fun & sassy accessories with the aim of empowering girls around the world.

My Flash Trash have a loyal celebrity fan base including the likes of Rihanna, Beyonce and Cara Delevingne, so again not much of a secret but still a brand to keep your eye on!




If you would like to find out more about the brand and where to buy, click the links below:

Twitter: @myflashtrash

What do you think about ‘My Flash Trash’? Are you already a fan of the brand or have you just discovered it? I’d love to know! Share your comments below.


Secret Fashion Brands: Shrimps


This weeks Secret Fashion Brand is ‘Shrimps’, a faux fur fashion label launched by London College of Fashion alumni, Hannah Weiland. Launched in 2013, ‘Shrimps’ began through Hannah’s search for a faux fur coat for herself and her friends, and the name ‘Shrimps’ came from a childhood nickname.

Hannah studied Surface Textile Design at the London College of Fashion and takes her inspiration from ‘the witticisms of modern art and a playful engagement with pattern and texture.’ With a great focus on the colours and textures of her garments, as well as having a modern, fun edge on fashion, it’s no wonder ‘Shrimps’ has been a huge success in the fashion industry.


Fans of the brand include Alexa Chung, Poppy Delevingne, Lily Allen as well as countless fashion bloggers and journalists. So I guess ‘Shrimps’ is technically not a Secret Fashion Brand, but they are still a relatively young brands and I’m excited to see what they bring next!




If you would like to find out more about the brand, click the links below:

Twitter: @Shrimps__
Facebook: Shrimps London

What do you think about ‘Shrimps’? Do you love the idea of using faux fur instead of real fur? I’d love to hear your opinions in the comments section below!