The smartest young fashion talent in the UK offers something interesting

With the news that London Fashion Week will be digital for SS21 that rings fresh in our ears (or rather burnt on our retina by looking nonstop on our cellphone and laptop screens) you might be wondering how some of the most upmarket and favorite young designers which is a waste of spending their time at the start of their first URL event.

With the announcement of a series of BFC seminars, lectures and digital sessions that are now TB, they should continue, but that does not stop them from working with the Browns for a series of new lectures, interviews, and tutorials to keep fans entertained from isolated modes (and The teacher knows we need to have fun now).

NEWGEN artists such as Supriya Lele, Asai, Stefan Cooke, Nicholas Daley and others have been introduced in collaboration with BFC and are ready to explore identity, inspiration, and more as part of the ongoing Browns Family Affair series.

But what does that mean? To be a little more specific, Paria Farzaneh introduced Show and Tell, where he talked about his Iranian heritage while seeing how he printed his signature. Bethany Williams and Priya Ahululia placed their chefs on and on the way to Asai’s kitchen, whose AW20 show had been canceled due to a coronavirus (sobbing), joining the only Carrie Stacks woman in isolation for a lifetime. Elsewhere, Tom Rasmussen talks about everything Halpern did, while Samuel Ross met with his old employee, Wilson Oriema at A-COLD-WALL *.

“Working together is more important today than ever before and we must be together to support one another,” said Carolyn Rush of BFC. “I hope that this week’s content provides a sense of togetherness and we will be excited to discover the amazing stories and creativity offered by designers.”

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