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London Fashion Week AW11: John Rocha

Who: John Rocha What: Decadently dark texture in black and nude, balancing strong structure with soft silhouettes and dramatic headwear. Thoughts: It may be black and nude only – save for a sparse splash of orange-red – but John Rocha’s autumn/winter 2011 collection is far from limiting. Texture-heavy and inspired […]

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London Fashion Week SS10: John Rocha

When the show started the music that boomed out of the speakers really reflected the mood of the piece; romantic influence with a definite contempory vibe. The, models wore dresses that looked like feathers, ethereal feather-like head pieces, billowing fabrics that fell on their tiny frames in a floaty, flowing […]

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Henry Holland to join Debenhams?

Drapers have revealed that next week, department store Debenhams is expected to confirm its latest designer collaboration with none other than Henry Holland. Debenham’s diffusion lines are known for their popularity and success. Grazia acknowledge: ‘Jasper Conran reportedly paid for his Tudor mansion with profits from his J by Jasper […]

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Henry Holland’s off to Debenhams?

In an attempt to take a more directional approach to their lines and challenge retailers such as Topshop, Debenhams are rumoured to be in talks with none other than Henry Holland (the fashion journalist turned fashion designer and a supermodels best friend). Debenhams’ current designer list includes Julien Macdonald, John […]

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London Fashion Week: John Rocha AW09

This was a surprisingly strange show. There are designers you rely on for beautiful simplicity, like Betty Jackson and Paul Smith, John Rocha is one of these. But this Autumn/Winter 09, he was clearly feeling creative. But did this creativity pay off? I’m not so sure. If I were to […]

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John Rocha – Spring/Summer 07

It was a contemporary affair at John Rocha this season. The collection was kept clean using a neutral palette of, black, ivory, brown, silver and khaki. Ruffles and puffed sleeves added a modern Victorian quality and elegance to the loose fitting line accessorised with beanies and platform shoes. Silk shirts, […]

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