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Day 2 was much more than inspiring, filled with presentations galore from emerging designers. Vauxhall Fashion Scout is apparently one of the best places to be seen and discovered for up and coming designers. I had the opportunity to chat with some of the most talented British designers and get a scoop of their collections,bios, and inspirations.Some of these designers included Edward Finney www.edwardfinney.com ,Stephanie Grace Foy www.stephaniegracefoy.com , Louise Hardcastle www.louise-hardcastle.com ,Yusuke Maegawa www.yusukemaegawa.com ,Alice Lee www.alicelee.co.uk ,and Hokum Hokum www.hokum-hokum.co.uk . These Designers put the heartbeat in Fashion Week with these Avant Garde Art pieces.

Love! I had to post this…Self-explanatory.
Source: milkmagazine.net

Love! I had to post this…Self-explanatory.

Source: milkmagazine.net

Another non-fashion video, that screams FASHION to me!! This video arrested my heart and took me away for minutes. The music, the way the video was captured…it is art in its greatest form.  This video was created with passion and therefore…. I live. 

Enjoy,

Brandice

I was born to fulfill the purpose of Harlem’s Fashion Row. This is my destiny, my calling and it only gets bigger from here.

—Brandice N. Henderson, Founder/CEO Harlem’s Fashion Row

rogwalker:

Scouting locations…
As I walk around Harlem with this raccoon on my head. 
Shot by Brandice Henderson (added by Brandice Henderson:)

rogwalker:

Scouting locations…

As I walk around Harlem with this raccoon on my head. 

Shot by Brandice Henderson (added by Brandice Henderson:)

(Source: rogwalker)

'Bill Cunningham New York', a documentary about the legendary New York Times street fashion photographer, is creating as much buzz and acclaim in fashion circles as 2009's 'The September Issue', which revealed the machinations at American Vogue. It's also being compared to the 'Valentino: The Last Emperor' which detailed the life of couturier, Valentino Garavani.

Cunningham, 81, has been documenting the fashions found on New York Streets for the last 50 years. With a battered Nikon camera, he goes everywhere on his bicycle, snapping anything that catches his eye.

"The best fashion show is definitely on the street," he says in the film. "Always has been. Always will be."

Read the rest of this really great article here: http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/news-features/TMG8296752/Meet-Bill-Cunningham-the-original-street-style-photographer.html