Saturday, 15 September 2012


Last week saw the launch of Esprit's latest collaboration with the Royal College of Art, a limited edition collection for which fashion design students join forces with the established fashion brand to create something cool, fresh and fashion-forward. Featuring a fabulous array of tops, trousers and knits, this innovative new collection is stylish and wearable; a true showcase of London's future talent. You can find more information about the collaboration HERE.  

To celebrate the collection, an exciting event was held at ESPRIT's Regent Street store on Thursday evening. Whilst over at Carnaby Street shopping with a friend, I stupidly missed the start of the event and the fashion show - but when I did get there, I was absolutely amazed at the turn-out! The space, which was huge, was filled with creative workshops, from cutting and sticking to paper doll making! Fashionistas and arty types huddled alongside one another taking part in the fun, listening intently and learning.

I personally feel that art and fashion come hand in hand, and it seems a shame that events like this don't take place more often!



  1. It's so interesting, wish I was there! <3

  2. I always love student events because it gives them a chance to show their creativity and make way from some new talent. I love how all the pieces are super wearable too! x

  3. I just stumbled upon your blog and am in love with all of your posts! Love the London vibe shining true. So funny to see this particular post since I was at the Esprit event that night as well!


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