All posts by "Angel Leung"

Angel Leung is the fashion editor of Positive Magazine, writing anything from online designers to fashion weeks. Having a Sports Sciences and Nutrition degree, she loves to cook and exercise. Fitness, Food and Fashion are her passion. Having worked in online journalism over the years, she's picked up an unhealthy addictions for uploading her life on instagram (mainly what she eats and work out routines).

The CMMN SWDN AW16 collection continued with their sartorial groundwork from last season. The collection is inspired by ‘Dornus’ which means home in Latin. ‘The collection was about looking at clothes as an extension of your home’ one of the CMMN SWDN’s designer Sail Bakir descried.  The collection is very simple, earthy, warmth and comfort, […]

The KTZ AW16 collection is inspired by the sports world. With cultural references ranging from Russian Futurism to American baseball and the pioneering German electronic band Kraftwerk. I would call this collection elegance meets sports. The fabrics used were very sport adapted – tracksuits, trackpants, sweatshirts, jackets and those very outstanding footwear. All the silhouettes […]

For the AW16 collection, James Long has dedicated his collection to his local heroes – the people who inspire him and his work. James described his collection as ‘fun and pieces that we all wear everyday’. The collection consists of tacksuits, trackpants, sweatshirts, waterproof zip-up jackets, denim, fur jackets, harness boots and knee high right […]

The theme and inspiration behind the Universal Works AW16 collecrion was funfair ground. The meaning of the theme expressed the traveling funfair comes to town to mark the end of summer and winter is approaching. As the changes in weather, sweaters, coats, hats ad scarf and  jackets are the must have in the evening. The […]

Alex Mullins AW16 collection is inspired by the basic concept of  ‘The process of boredom’. The collection is developed through Alex’s memory, feelings and the idea of Brit Pop and its warped realism approach to artworks. With the sound stages, prints and colours, I can tell you that the collection is definitely not boring, in […]

C. J. YAO presented her unique and well anticipated SS16 collection ‘3721’ on 21st September during London Fashion Week. The concept of ‘3721’ was inspired by one of the Chinese saying ‘I didn’t think too much into it and just went ahead and did it. The collection is very youthful and simple, a lot denim […]

Belstaff’s SS16 collection is inspired by power of nature beauty and the peacefulness from the sea. This collection combines the ultimate energy from the oceans and the energy is explored through texture, form, colour and silhouette, providing a unique mediation on femininity. The power of nature beauty is to reckoned with, while the femininity comes […]

Jean-Pierre Braganza presented his latest spring/summer 2016 collection ‘Whiplashed’ at new BFC Show Space for London Fashion Week. The collection is elegant and beautifully combined with plunging neckline, clean simple cuts, geometric prints and pops of colours. Majority of the collection were painted with striking blues, reds and yellows. The material itself seemingly weightless and graceful, especially […]

PAUL COSTELLO presented an extensive collection of what could aptly be described as romantic barbies with a modern twist. With a distinct romantic girly nod to the Sixties. With varieties of mix designs and textures used in ruffled shirts, dropped-bell shirts and sleeves, tailored jackets with unique squared shape pockets, puffy shorts and tiered hemlines in […]

Designer duo Wouter Baartmans and Amber Siegel have created an effortless masculine-style with flourishes of playful innovation for the SS16 collection. Garments of distress create relief and an armour of relevance. The setting for the presentation was based on a motel scene, where lighted cactuses were placed all around the room, creating that North America […]