The Courier: Museum Reviews: The V&A

As the forerunner in fashion advancement in Britain, the V&A is the London Victorian-red-brick institution that brings fashion admirers from all over the country (and beyond) to view its exhibitions. Set up in 1852 during the heights of Queen Victoria's reign following the enormous success of the Great Exhibition the previous year, it was meant to showcase British design … Continue reading The Courier: Museum Reviews: The V&A

Esprit Dior in Tokyo

When I think of couture I think of Dior, as the house has been synonymous with creating the glitz and glamour that we now associate with film award ceremonies, and the fabulous ball gowns of the past. Dior has been a key player in the world as one of the leading suppliers of high fashion … Continue reading Esprit Dior in Tokyo

History Lesson at the Pradasphere

My slight obsession with Prada started a few years back, when Prada first came out with the Saffiano bags the colour of blue eggshells. Their luxurious leathers and practical approach to the essential pockets and space showed me that Prada was more than just the leather goods boutique that it started out as. Now with … Continue reading History Lesson at the Pradasphere