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Yvan Rodic 

Flipping through the fashion week snaps of Yvan Rodic, aka the Face Hunter, you can always be sure you’re getting the most colorful side of fashion week. The man has an eye for the quirky and strange, a tongue-in-cheek sense of humor that can be extremely refreshing. Click here to see what he’s been up to the last few weeks

(Photos courtesy of Yvan Rodic. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Street Style: London Fashion Week
Fashion Consultant, Yasmin Sewell, was seen outside the Christopher Kane show wearing a dress of the same designer. The Inside Source found out that Yasmin’s biggest searches on eBay were not necessarily fashion, but rather furniture. “I just like finding weird, random things on eBay” jokes the stylish lady. 
If Christopher Kane is still on your mind, take a peek at what eBay has available. 
Dress: Christopher Kane | Boots: Kenzo
(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)

Street Style: London Fashion Week

Fashion Consultant, Yasmin Sewell, was seen outside the Christopher Kane show wearing a dress of the same designer. The Inside Source found out that Yasmin’s biggest searches on eBay were not necessarily fashion, but rather furniture. “I just like finding weird, random things on eBay” jokes the stylish lady. 

If Christopher Kane is still on your mind, take a peek at what eBay has available

Dress: Christopher Kane | Boots: Kenzo

(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)

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London Fashion Week
Blogger Irina Lakicevic is a dentist by profession, but secretly (and now publicly), LOVES clothes. Her blog, A Portable Package covers all things stylish, sculpted, and minimalist, “all with a touch of french non-chalance” she writes. 
"Do I EVER shop on Ebay?" she responded with glee to our question. "Addicted! Proenza Schouler, Balenciaga, and Celine. I actually got these Celine shoes on Ebay" (picture above). 
Jacket: Preen | Denim Shirt: Ralph Lauren | Top: Miu Miu | Jeans: Acne | Shoes: Celine
(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)

London Fashion Week

Blogger Irina Lakicevic is a dentist by profession, but secretly (and now publicly), LOVES clothes. Her blog, A Portable Package covers all things stylish, sculpted, and minimalist, “all with a touch of french non-chalance” she writes. 

"Do I EVER shop on Ebay?" she responded with glee to our question. "Addicted! Proenza Schouler, Balenciaga, and Celine. I actually got these Celine shoes on Ebay" (picture above). 

Jacket: Preen | Denim Shirt: Ralph Lauren | Top: Miu Miu | Jeans: Acne | Shoes: Celine

(Photo by Melodie Jeng for TIS. Text: Jauretsi)

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Matthew Williamson’s Girl Grows Up

"I am still a Matthew Williamson woman—just with a few gray hairs," Matthew Williamson tells Style.com. His latest collection presented this Sunday in London showed a more mature side of his archetype lady. "My girl is growing up," he continues, "she is no longer on a perennial vacation—she is in her thirties and forties now; she has kids, a job, and responsibilities. She is the same free spirit inside but, like the rest of us, maturing—and I have to respond to that." Praise the new batch of sexy soccer moms. Read the full review on Style.com's coverage of London Fashion Week. 

(Photo: Umberto Fratini, Indigitalimages/Style.com. Graphic/Text: Jauretsi)

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JW Anderson
Cool detail shot of the exquisite fabrication at JW Anderson’s SS14 show at London Fashion Week, arguably one of the hottest tickets in town. Keep your eyes on this one — Alexa Chung and Rita Ora are already fans. 
(Photo courtesy of Rachel Chandler for Dazed Digital. Text by Jenny Bahn)

JW Anderson

Cool detail shot of the exquisite fabrication at JW Anderson’s SS14 show at London Fashion Week, arguably one of the hottest tickets in town. Keep your eyes on this one — Alexa Chung and Rita Ora are already fans

(Photo courtesy of Rachel Chandler for Dazed Digital. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Killer hats at Margaret Howell’s SS14 presentation during London Fashion Week. 
(Photo courtesy of Lea Colombo for Dazed Digital. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Killer hats at Margaret Howell’s SS14 presentation during London Fashion Week. 

(Photo courtesy of Lea Colombo for Dazed Digital. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Tom Ford
After two years of intimate and incredibly exclusive presentations for his eponymous line, Tom Ford is finally staging his first “real” runway show, which will take place during London Fashion Week. Ford cites the expansion of his brand as cause for the shift, with his gorgeous wares now being sold in 100 stores worldwide. He will be a welcome addition to a schedule that can sometimes seem lacking in comparison with the massive brands showcasing in New York, Paris, and Milan. Ford joins the ranks of Matthew Williamson, Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Kane, and Burberry Prorsum. February can’t come soon enough.
(Photo courtesy of David Bailey via PleasurePhoto. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Tom Ford

After two years of intimate and incredibly exclusive presentations for his eponymous line, Tom Ford is finally staging his first “real” runway show, which will take place during London Fashion Week. Ford cites the expansion of his brand as cause for the shift, with his gorgeous wares now being sold in 100 stores worldwide. He will be a welcome addition to a schedule that can sometimes seem lacking in comparison with the massive brands showcasing in New York, Paris, and Milan. Ford joins the ranks of Matthew Williamson, Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Kane, and Burberry Prorsum. February can’t come soon enough.

(Photo courtesy of David Bailey via PleasurePhoto. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Punk Rock Barbie

By Sade Lythcott

Keeping with the Met ball’s theme for next Spring, we can see Punk influence popping up all throughout London fashion week recently. Check out the makeup from the highly acclaimed Louise Gray SS13 show, where Gray reimagines Barbie as a punk rock goddess (with a nod to Basquiat?). See full images from Gray’s psychedelic show on Fashion Crusader.

(Photo: themary)

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London Fashion Week is Over

By Jauretsi

Now that London Fashion Week has passed, our UK eBay team is taking that big breather. You know, the one us New Yorkers embraced last weekend. Looking back at the inspiring week of creativity and fashion, I asked our London team what their fav 5 moments were… and yes, Lady Gaga was one of them.

(1) Philip Tracy’s show opened by Lady Gaga

(2) Kelly Osbourne looking amazing and supporting Henry at the House of Holland show that took place in a car parking lot

(3) Mary Katrantzou’s SS13 collection was unbelievable

(4) Pam Hogg’s show showing a ‘cheeky’ side

(5) British street style

(Photo: 1. Lady Gaga at Philip Treacy by Entertainment.ie. 2. Mary Katrantzou’s SS13 by PointyToesShoesCrew)

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London Fashion Week: Prints on Prints on Prints. Don’t be afraid to mix prints — Jauretsi
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London Fashion Week: Prints on Prints on Prints. Don’t be afraid to mix prints — Jauretsi

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