Backstage and beyond..
Backstage and beyond..
NMS, Caledonian Sleeper and Caorunn Gin Experience.
The Caledonain by by Aleksandra Modrzejewska
Friday 24 July, 2015
Johannesburg’s HAZARD Gallery exhibits at Fashion Festival hub Hill Street Design House.
In partnership with Zero Waste Scotland, a presentation by Bert van Son (MUD Jeans) followed by panel discussion
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Rankin – Portraits of Men / Rika & Helena Christensen – ‘A Private Moment’ , curated by Fashion Festival director Anna Freemantle
Amanda Harlech is a creative consultant and writer and artist with a long association with the couturiers John Galliano and Karl Lagerfeld. Her daughter, Tallulah is a successful model, stylist and actress.
Saskia de Brauw’s installation at the National Museum of Scotland
This is Happening Now was an exhibition of contemporary South African painting, photography and print curated by Fashion Festival Creative Director, Jonathan Freemantle.
Our two day fashion market featuring the best of Scotland’s independents. Held in George’s Street’s stunning Assembly Rooms and visited by HRH Duchess of Cornwall.
Opening gallery of Tableau Noir at the Danish Cultural Institute
A day of talks in Summerhall’s Dissection Room featuring Bella Freud and Amanda Harlech
In and out the festival scenes with the FR team
Purple Fashion Magazine at Fashion Festival 2013
Fashion Festival 2013 commences in stunning surrounds.
During this one-off event Gianni shared his vision and passion for the industry plus showcased his unique approach to the craft and a creative process.
Watch an overview of the speakers from Fashion Festival 2013 at Summerhall
Reading extracts from a collaboration with photographer, Nick Knight, Amanda Harlech entranced with a talk centred on three dramatic ‘flashpoints’ in her career as muse and core collaborator to John Galliano and Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel.
The Fashion Festival collaborated with the Edinburgh Art Festival to stage a dramatic pop-up fashion performance showcasing a selection of PLEATS PLEASE Issey Miyake.
A sensory feast, this exhibition presented fashion as art, one of the vital elements of the Edinburgh International Fashion Festival.
With supporters that include Vivienne Westwood, Kate Moss, Siouxsie Sioux, Stephen Jones, Nick Rhodes, Alison Mosshart, Gareth Pugh, Judy Blame, Suzanne Bartsch, Kate Nash and Jo Wood, Pam Hogg is widely regarded as one of the most exciting designers working today.
An exhibition featuring couture by Pam Hogg and photographs by much lauded photographer, Rankin.
A collaborative artwork between celebrated fashion designer, Kostas Murkudis and leading expert smell researcher/artist, Sissel Tolaas, commissioned specifically for the Edinburgh International Fashion Festival.
Imagined as a dark fairy tale, this dramatic runway show by celebrated young Danish fashion brand, Borcher, closed the 2012 festival, showcasing the most striking pieces from their recent collections.
Opening EIFF 2012 was Bebaroque, an award winning Scottish fashion label created by Chloe Patience and Mhairi McNicol.
Luxury designer, consultant and creative director Aimee McWilliams presented a diverse archive showcase that embodied the multiple facets of her past work, from designs for couture houses in Paris to one-off pieces commissioned by private boutiques.
An exhibition of nine photographic and accompanying olfactory portraits, this exhibition was the conceptual creation of master perfumer, Tammy Frazer (founder of Frazer Parfum) in collaboration with celebrated South African fashion photographer, Brett Rubin.