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It’s 5:30pm and the sun is setting over the thirsty Australian bush. The dying yellow embers reflect off the ancient Nourlangie Rock and cast an orange glow over the flat red soil plane.
The omnipresent pink and its myriad of saturations has shed its overtly feminine connotations (slightly) and evolved to be the most coveted and must-have outfitting shade.
London is a sprawl of intellectual and cultural stimulation. But it’s also the only place I have visited and lived where the image exported is incongruous to the reality.
London fashion week is globally recognised within the fashion stratosphere as the city that nurtures young and raw creative talent, giving them a platform in which to showcase their designs.