• Fashion Revolution Day begins @fash_rev Will be asking throughout the day - who made your clothes?  Hope everyone joins in! #InsideOut (pic via @gettyfashion)
  • It was announced a while ago but wanted to say how happy I am to have been asked to select Dress of the Year 2013 at Fashion Museum in Bath. My choice was this @christopherkanestudio SS13 beauty.
  • Love this concertina beach scene print on @marios_official tote available at @therefineryhk now! #PMQIS
  • Congrats to my cousin @elizabethlauldn and her new shop @therefineryhk in the new PMQ building @PMQHKDesign #PMQIS much love for @BernstockSpeirs bunny ears!
  • Love that I always see the best pieces by Brit designers abroad @nicoll_studio @liger_hk

>> There has been so much to digest at London Fashion Week that just sorting through images takes a mammoth load of time.  I'm merely checking in to say that I am still alive despite my bedraggled appearance and to say that the exhaustion is well worth it because LFW has been an exhilarating ride.  One that has filled up a 16GB SD card.  Fred Butler isn't by any means an exception the exhaustive list of names that got me very excited and giggly at the shows but her presentation is a no brainer overload of the sort of things that make my aesthetic taste quite predictable at times, thus making it all too easy for me to bang out a post.  Pastel colours.  Check.  My Little Pony hair.  Check.  Cute knitwear.  Check.  Tactability.  Check.  Brilliant shoe collaboration.  Check.  A reference to food.  Check.  

Eh?  The last one may surprise you a little as it's not immediately apparent until you look closely but Fred Butler has lifted the colours of sushi – wasabi green, pickled ginger pink, caviar coral oranges as well as the monochromatic lines between seaweed and sushi – and applied them to a quilted ski jacket and spongey looking macrame belts and headbands.  It's less odd than you think once you see sushi through pastel hued sunglasses.  For the first time, Fred Butler has created a range of knitwear in collaboration with pro-English-knit company EDE which adds a pragamatic touch to her statement paper-based pieces.  For the second time, she's worked with Rosy Nichols on the shoes to marry up with the knitwear.  It's all incredibly delicious looking and whilst you can just about see the reference point, it's not tuna sashimi or salmon skin rolls I'm thinking of, but rather that Fred's imagination is untainted and incredibly difficult not to fall head over heels for.    

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Check out Marian Newman's amazing digitally printed sushi nails… I want to be clawed by a california roll… 

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Then there was a sushi tray baked by Pomp de Franc.  Baked, you ask?  Why yes!  This is all entirely made out of cake, marshmallow and other sweet thangs.  That is serious British Bake Off skill.  

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Comments (29)

  1. Valeria says:

    Yum! sushi nails… and those shoes… I need them!!!

  2. Ada says:

    These all look like some power rangers enemy puked all over fashion week

  3. Serdane says:

    well … That’s a collection ! but I prefer the sushi cause I’m starving … yum !
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  4. Lydia says:

    Fantastic. I love the shoes and crazy nails!

  5. vicky says:

    when I was posting about Fred Butler’s collection I didn’t know a thing about the sushi inspiration!
    She remains though on top of my list!!!!!
    Love the shoes!

  6. Kate says:

    How playful and weird and beautiful! I would love to play dress up like that!
    Kate
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  7. The shoes are insanely cute! The pastels are great and it’s a very imaginative collection.
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  8. hehehe so funny! I love the shoes… they are gorgeous!!!!
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  9. Jane Alisa says:

    The sushi tray is a genius idea and I love all the pretty pastels. xoxo

  10. Jes says:

    Heh. They look like weird cos-players.
    The baked “sushi” try is the coolest thing there.

  11. Mariana says:

    The clothing AND the food both looks absolutely delicious!

  12. Li says:

    Very unique and colorful! love to see more of his work!

  13. samantha says:

    Sushi tray is really scrumptious….Clothes collection also sounds interesting one…

  14. jajajaja Shushi nails and shushi pics….You are amazing, nice pics.
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  15. Those pics leave me speechless, will need time to digest that!
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  16. Emanuel I. says:

    WOW!!!
    Great collection.
    Congrats Fred Butler!!!

  17. StreetLounge says:

    Barbie meets Lady Gaga

  18. Julius says:

    Fred Butler is so great. Love ur Blog!
    So interesting:)
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    Best Wishes
    xxx
    Julius

  19. Kim says:

    We love, love, love the sushi nails. Minx absolutely rocks nails in a new way and never ceases to amuse us!
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  20. Veronica says:

    ahaha nice!
    the firsts are so marshmellowy!!!

  21. Minettesh says:

    Really feeling the shoes!

  22. Nice blog having nice information. some times we ignore this sort of things & also suffer a lot as well.
    Girls looks nice

  23. POPTUCKSHOP says:

    Just finished my tray of sushi cakes! They were surprisingly tasty as well as looking great!

  24. andy smith says:

    so beautiful!!!I love the whole colection, will inspire me for my next job
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