Seems that the creativity of the fashion industry is up for public debate. Grazia covered the following debate at a Fashion Fringe event.
The adjudicator is leading fashion commentator Colin McDowell who puts the challenge to the panel (including John Galliano and Nick Knight) that fashion is not in a particularly creative state at the moment - that the industry has lost its way from the point of view of true creativity. He voiced several strong opinions on the topic. Firstly he thought fashion is suffering from a mindset that it must be commercial and that always means going to the lowest common denominator; and that many designers were encouraged to be lazy and turn out things that they know that the press and buyers will understand.
Sounds like a thinly veiled protest about the comeback of camel coats to me!
Here are some snaps of the sun drenched fields of France. I write this from the UK now where the end of summer is nigh. The days are gett...
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