Thursday, 20 September 2018

LONDON FASHION WEEK SS 2019 - POST 2

London Fashion Week brings with it lots of excitement. 
Like days of old when a circus came to town, LFW makes the heart giddy
 and all a flutter. At the same time you also get that OMG. The workload, 
because it’s like no other throughout the year. Truth be told the rush 
of excitement against the workload, its manageable and well worth it

Now we mentioned in the last post we’ll be sharing more street action
 images with, you from outside the recent shows. Hope you like 
what you see. There are quite a few images, so let’s make a start.

This post is dedicated to her Majesty Queen Michelle, way up north. 
One Two Buckle Your Shoe
Of course I still remember. Such inspirations from way back then, 
and still now as you are about to see. So get ready for a Foot Candy Special.
Shoes by Oyster Footwear. Another new discovery from a guest at 
LFW. Oyster are a cool artisan brand from South Korea. and as you can see, 
are seriously stylish works of art. Just look at this stuning fun mule.
 Anyone up for boot camp?
Just look at these beauties. These golden boots are by Liudmila
worn by this beauty in the image below, Shyness Director Shiny Fransis.
Style icon and blatent shoe visual excitement fan.
 More excietment this time from our friends at Balenciaga
this time with a fresh trwist on an old friend. These buckled ankle boots.
 Here's some more from Balenciaga. This time we have sequin embellished 
slash heel pumps in fuchsia pink, and belong to Erika Santos.
 These caught our attention. Spotted on a cool Japanese editor, the colours 
and styling are clearly defined. These have a unique jewellery angle to them, 
and always seem to be spotted on someone Asian. the brand is Coliac.
A modern classic. Monochrome fabric strap J'adior slingbacks from
 Christian Dior.
 These are just right for the perfect statement of entrance, at the 
grand ball. See you there tonight.

More from LFW on our next post, coming soon
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Sunday, 16 September 2018

LONDON FASHION WEEK SS 2019 - POST 1

Apologies for the delay since the last post. 

It is now that time of year once more, when all is bright and colourful
 in store fronts, pop ups are a plenty and all the creatives in town come out to play.  
For it is indeed play time, or rather shall we say it is once more again 
that time known as London Fashion Week,

The Fashion Parade is back in town, along with all the bloggers, 
influencers, journalist, photographers, videographers, presenters, writers, 
editors, stylist, buyers, make up artists, models and all other creatives 
I may have managed to have escape mentioning.

Anniversaries, new leaders, creative directors, and new teams, 
new marking plans and there are always new bean counters. 
Way too many some of you may think.

London is awash with a smile of rare blessed and prolonged sunshine, 
and along with it, Fashion Week is hear to give us all a taster 
of inspirations for the coming spring summer season of 2019.
A lot can happen and probably will take place between now and then, 
when hot items hot the shops, or more likely the case being 
it's all about fast fashion these days, within 48 hours max 
of the end of the catwalk shows, you should be able to get your 
hands on those very same items you’re all googling, streaming, 
downloading and flicking through endless pages with images on, 
if a bit old school and still love all that tactile analogue stuff.
So how has this been reflected on the main catwalks? The ones outside 
the various fashion show venues? Well as previously mentioned, 
colour is making a play for attention, and in a would bound by 
planetary law to adhere to that term that has an epidemic influence, 
(safe), the street style provided a much welcomed show of entertainment 
and inspirations. Hopefully some will influence the mainstream 
fashion houses. It has been known to happen.

So let’s start off the proceedings here at JSTREETSTYLE
with an offering of the visual excitement we managed to capture for you, 
over the first 2 days of #LFW, London Fashion Week.

#PositiveFashion

All images on this blog are by Pat Lyttle of JSTREETSTYLE
Bringing you two decades of documenting style on the streets of 
London, and Tokyo.
 Adam From Fashion with Harper Silin after a fashion show
The amazing Harper Silin ever late. Got to get to that show on time. 
 Harper is wearing a vintage lace dress with a skirt from OSMAN, lace 
kitten heels from Aruna Seth, and a bag by GB David 
and all personally styled by Vintage fashion specialist Pat Lyttle   
More from the amazing Harper. 
This time all dressed in black, the Chinese influencer, blogger, PR and 
fashion buyer is seen wearing a top from Xuzhi, a top as a skirt from  
Shu Shu Tong all sponsored by Purple PR and styled by Adam From Fashion
with heels by Dolce Gabbana and bag by GB David.
Next up, we have another special woman of noticable individual style.
You've seen her here before. Freya Sinyu Siu
Hopefully she'll be making more of an appearance here at JSTREETSTYLE. 
We like her sense of style very much.
 More from Freya.

Two's company. 
Here is another of our favourites. Model, style icon and Co Founder 
of Moy Atelier, the incredible Betty Bachz.

  More from LFW on our next post, coming soon

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Monday, 9 July 2018

LONDON FASHION WEEK MENS SS19 part 3

Here is a street style update from the recent LFWM London Fashion Week Mens.

Hope the summer sunshine is keeping you all very much AWAKE
 Here's a new face to our fashion family. The lovely Gloria Wen from Canada.
You may have spotted her on our last post. Now here in London making 
fashion and style her very own, and seen here rocking a unique cool look.
She wears a belt and shirt and jacket by Awake, a bag by Acne Studios, 
denim shorts and way cool looking heels by Marni.  
We love her style. We'll be showing you more of it we promise. 
 We just LOVE this beautiful white cheaongsam/qipao inspired dress 
worn with these delicate MiuMiu inspired pearly kitten heel sligback 
court shoes by Stradivarius.
 Just how cool are young Japanese women into fashion here in the UK?
Don't answer that. It's a rhetorical question. You already know the answer.

 
 Two of Osaka's finest, presently studying fashion in London. 
 
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Sunday, 17 June 2018

LONDON FASHION WEEK MENS SS19 part 2

LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN'S

On our last post, we ended with some denim, so let's pick up from 
where we left off last. With a bit of the blue stuff, we all know and love.
This is stylist Ramario Chevoy in Diesel denim and Urban Outfitters.
Bit of a chain reaction going on here, so please don't get too distressed.
 Here's a new face to the family. The lovely Gloria Wen from Canada.
Now here in London making fashion and style her very own, rocking denim.
We love her style. We'll be showing you more of it we promise.
How can we leave you and end this post without our rising star, the amazing  
Harper.
Always doing things with a twist. Just see how she works this denim look, 
by her friend AdamFromFashion AndStudioLondon with its Hokusai Wave, 
and that ever so cool bag of hers by GB David.


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Saturday, 16 June 2018

LONDON FASHION WEEK MENS SS19 Part 1

LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN'S

With this particular post, you may not see much in terms of men 
in traditional or conventional menswear. That really isn’t the focus here, 
but more the celebration from across fashiondom, of what’s new, 
what’s exciting, and what you all want to bring to the party. 
Men in womenwear, women in menswear. In these ever changing, 
rapidly evolving modern times of gender fluidity, it’s more usual now to 
see a softening or more blurred edge, to masculine / feminine looks.
In Japan it’s much more obvious and way more exciting visually, 
to encounter styles that blur gender definition of what traditionally 
we are meant, or are told we should wear. At #LFWM SS19 
you could see that blurring start to show its face a little, 
without fear or judgement.

Well lets start with the images in this first post from #LFWM
Hopefully what we shot will interest and inspire some of you. 
There were many new faces, new personalities and characters. 
Welcome to you all.  

Let’s stop skirting around the issue here. We love the #kilt. 
versatile, unisex, intriguing, stylish, an essential impact item that works 
with so many looks. During the 4 day event we spotted several women 
donning the #kilt, and managed to bring a few of those images to you.

 This is photographer Eva Al Desnudo in DMs rocking her tartan kilt
 This is Strategist Jojo Vandal kidd in her tartan kilt and sporran. She gives 
the look an urban edge with her beret, dark glasses and leather jacket.
Who's up for a laugh then. Looks like it's Jojo and Harper
 
Here we have the amazing rising star, blogger and Influencer HARPER SILIN 
also in her tartan kilt and sporran, with Vivienne Westwood AngloMania heels.

Rounding off this post with some denim, but we'll be back with more.
 
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Thursday, 7 June 2018

GRADUATE FASHION WEEK 2018

GRADUATE FASHION WEEK 2018
The Street Style Image Report

The middle season of fashion week events is under way, with a full 
schedule of fashion events in full swing. First up we'd like to share 
with you, the images we managed to capture at the recent #GFW18

As you know, we at JSTREETSTYLE have been brining you street style 
from London, Tokyo, Paris for many years. For a decade now to be exact.
We love street style and street fashion, street snap, and all its other guises
this visual form of appreciation of individuality is, in its love of fashion. 

At Graduate Fashion Week 2018, as usual, students don't often have 
lots of finance and vast budgets to play with. Often they have to be 
frugal in their approach, but they do manage. 
Sadly over recent years, the trend of dominance of the firm grip of 
that of the High Street giant fashion chains, is really easy to spot. 
Less vintage style offerings, less statement individuality, but more brands.

Yet we can and will share with you titans of individuality in style, 
such as the creative style legend that is Londoner Daniel Listmore
A living walking statement of art at its very best. Who says British 
eccentricity is gone, or even negative in anyway. It's alive and kicking 
and is very much on a world stage, shining like a beacon of style.

Please enjoy the images from outside the event that was #GFW18
 
 The amazing Daniel Listmore
Another amazing statement of style is we spotted was Jamie Windust
Model and Editor in Chief of FRUITCAKE magazine.
 This is fashion graduate Amber Sheffield from Bolton, wearing a pice she 
designed focusing on grotesque feminism, celebrating unconventional beauty 
that plays on femail identity and the identity of animals.
 This is Aran from South Korea. She wears a a creation from Singapore 
fashion designer JUN from his JUN London collection based on inspiration 
from London underground.
 This is Lifei from China. She wears a knitwear jacket by YSL, 
worn with vintage shorts
 This is Lifei Huang. She wears a Holister lace top, Chinese/Thai style trousers,
a bag by Ted Baker and shoes by Moda in pelle
 Rounding off this particular post with three funky youg women from 
Osaka japan.

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Pat Lyttle  of  JSTREETSTYLE 

 
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