Harem London presented their last collection on Friday in a very creative way: they launched an interactive lookbook that you don’t want to miss! Viewers can play around with different clothes and colours and order their favourite outfits. London based sisters Dee and Begum Ozturk bring us high-quality, edgy streetwear pieces that not only are sustainable but handcrafted. Istanbul born designers produce contemporary, wearable clothes that combine heritage and future and feel great on the skin.
Yes, summer is technically over but British summer means it's not completely unlikely to receive a good dose of sunshine in September and early October too. But here are some sunglasses to last you all season; for the rays of sunshine we can hope to get, for the holidays you might book to try and escape the rest of 2020 and for the less than bright days where you and your eyes just want a cover up.
It is the last weekends of summer, and here in London, it usually is Notting Hill Carnival time. As you already know, it was cancelled because of the Covid19 pandemic. Yet this weekend we have brought the party to you. So let the party continue this Sunday Styles with a Carnival Vibez.
Street style is associated with youth culture and it is most often seen and pictured in major urban centres like London and New York. Street style connotes and individuality, as it began as a fashion that did not emerge from studios, but rather from grassroots and individuals. However, street style has become concerned with little more than upholding thin bodies exhibiting style that is incredibly bland.