Read Our Round-Up Review of 2015 London Fashion Week

London Fashion is Autre Fashion - if that makes any sense. Basically, the fashion coming out of London is on-brand with the message that we are trying to set forth at Autre: the contrast of high and low culture, freedom, expression, sexuality, and you know, being fucking weird. It’s been a pleasure to watch these young designers grow into their roles as international arbiters of taste. It’s not hard to imagine JW Anderson’s brand growing into Yves Saint Laurent levels of label endurance while he simultaneously re-brands Loewe into an ultra desirable fashion label. Simone Rocha is bringing a romance back to fancy clothing that has been missing for some time. KTZ is still killing it. Burberry puts on a very fun show for a juggernaut mega money brand. And the best part is, there is always a new crop of Central Saint Martin’s graduates looking to enter the fashion system and re-shape it in their visions. So, yeah we love London. Obviously we get excited about Paris, too, but there is such a youthful vitality going on in London fashion at the moment made all the more exciting by its defiance of the city’s astronomical living rates and housing costs. These designers express their creativity in any way they can or they starve trying. Literally. So, I (Adam Lehrer, fashion editor at Autre Magazine) teamed up with new fashion correspondent Julianna Vezzetti to discuss the SS 2016 London collections. Click here to read the full review.

This Is Not a Fashion Film

Fashion film for London based David David's AW 2012/13 collection which premiered at Canon Cinema in Somerset House during London Fashion week. Direction, script and production by Adam and Tree Carr from the East London film/radio/event factory Today is Boring in collaboration with the British Fashion Council.  David Saunders, the designer behind David David was originally an artist and switched to fashion 7 years ago - he was once artist Tracey Emin's assistant. The film tells the tale of two strangers who spend the night together  – the girl awakens first in the dude's apartment – either he has the weirdest roommate ever or she is completely losing her mind....

[first look] CHARLOTTE TAYLOR S/S 2012 fashion film

LONDON – Charlotte Taylor's extraordinary and eccentric use of fabrics with silhouettes of penguins, bees, and fishermen, and her ability to utilize them to create such refined, chic and wearable pieces make her truly an artist of a designer. With the fourth collection of her eponymous label, and to start off London Fashion week, she commissioned UK creative agency HarrimanSteel to create a short fashion film that captures the spirit of her Spring/Summer 2012 collection – which draws inspiration from "Japanese art and culture, bee-keeping and fishing."