London Fashion Week and London Design Festival
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20 September 2022
Photo: Chris Yates
We wrap up London Fashion Week and look ahead to London Design Festival, experiencing the alchemy of glass and copper, courtesy of Omer Arbel.
20 September 2022
Photo: Thomas De Cruz Media/Iker Aldama
Michael Halpern quickly made a name for himself as a purveyor of glamorous, embellished garments. After just one collection, Bergdorf Goodman, Matchesfashion and Browns flocked to stock his wares. We find out about his latest season.
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