Frieze! Again! It seems to come around quicker each year and clearly this time, everyone had read Jane’s How To Wear Leopard Print post, because every other person at the fair was wearing some kind of animal print. If you… Read MoreRead More
It’s hard to believe we’ve been writing up Frieze London Fashion since 2010, so much art and so many clothes!
In Jane’s excellent Frieze Colour yesterday, she mentions she’s a little cynical about the art and the insanely rich people… Read MoreRead More
Not wanting to dumb the art at Frieze down or anything, but does anyone else feel a little bit cynical about some of the so called art and the insanely rich people buying it?
It can feel like more of… Read MoreRead More
Possibly the most fabulous skirt and shirt look at Frieze this year was the one above, which undoubtedly came from a fancy designer, but there’s a rather similar and very good one at M&S, it’s not in yet, but I’ll… Read MoreRead More
Mono – black and white or navy and white – was a really big thing, clothes-wise, at Frieze 2016, it looked particularly fabulous when a graphic print or spot was worked into the mix. Cropped wide trousers and a white… Read MoreRead More
Our final 2015 Frieze post, with a round up of interesting outfits that weren’t really a trend, more individually fabulous.
First up, remember I mentioned furry texture being a bit of an art trend on Monday? It’s also turning up… Read MoreRead More
My turn to share my favourite take aways from Frieze – drawn towards colour, texture and strange arty style, I have no idea who the art is by, as I just snapped away intuitively- enjoy.
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Back at Frieze, the second big clothes story after capes was the abundance of beautiful, easy-tailored trousers, mostly worn with trainers. It’s the ‘gentlewoman styling’ we’ve been talking about (well, along with everyone else) recently, that lovely, pared-back-but-still-elegant take on… Read MoreRead More
Our Frieze Fashion annual round up gives such a good insight into what women (and men) are really wearing. Yes, I know they are affluent examples, but I love looking for inspiration here and will be posting all week about… Read MoreRead More
The art at Frieze in London this year was as good as ever, no sign of any downturn/recession/holding back amongst the super rich, who bought in abundance according to our inside sources. So far so normal. But there was something… Read MoreRead More
Last week, due to day job commitments, I went to Frieze art fair on the last day – Saturday- rather than the first and there was a different vibe in the air. On the first day the place is always… Read MoreRead More
Back at Frieze Art Fair, which really is just a big art shop for very rich people, here are a few more shots of some great female-made art and outfits…As an aside, this year I noticed the men were really… Read MoreRead More
At this year’s Frieze Art Fair, horrified by recent women in art figures, I wanted to find as many women artists as possible to show alongside the stylish women I usually see. You have to look quite hard to find… Read MoreRead More
Sorting out my Frieze photos for next weeks posts, I realised in a few of the galleries had better furniture than art. I don’t know why the furniture was so good this year, but here are a few of the… Read MoreRead More
Our final posting from Frieze this year concentrates on shoes. There were lots of studded shoes, gold shoes, colour blocked wedges and shoe boots this year as well as Chelsea boots and brogues, often worn with patterned tights -there were… Read MoreRead More
Continuing our Frieze fashion coverage, today we’re showing you skirts. For the last couple of years we’ve seen lots of dresses at Frieze, this year it was much more about skirts and trousers. The average age of women at the… Read MoreRead More
Frieze Art Fair was twice as big this year, what with the new Masters section opening, so plenty of stylish art women to look at. Over the next couple of posts I’ll put up a mix of some of my… Read MoreRead More
We had some nice comments left on the Frieze 2011 posts saying that you really liked to see our ‘street shots’ of what real people are wearing, so I went back through our Frieze photos and sorted out a few… Read MoreRead More
Back at Frieze…..
Last year it was all about knee high boots, this year we got more shoes and shoe boots. I just adored the wedges below, worn with Issey Miyake Pleats Please skirts and wrinkled fine cotton coloured socks.… Read MoreRead More
Colour was very evident this year and clearly the whole colour blocking trend is having an effect on our confidence to ‘live it up’ a bit when it comes to brights too, neons, orange and shots of yellow were everywhere.… Read MoreRead More
Frieze Art Fair VIP day -held on the first afternoon of opening- is a total treat to go to. Yes the art is great, but the clothes! A joy to behold for the 40plus woman. OK, so lots of these… Read MoreRead More
Do Ho Suh - Specimen series New York City Corridor - 1
Frieze art fair, which is on its ninth show this October 2011, is a must for any art lover as it brings together, under one roof, an extraordinary… Read MoreRead More
Amanda’s favourite shoes spotted at Frieze Art Fair
Continuing our fashion trend spotting at Frieze this year, here’s what was happening with accessories…
Decorative tights. Patterned, brightly coloured, striped and lace details all livened up legs at Frieze. It was… Read MoreRead More
At Frieze Art Fair this week we couldn’t help but be impressed with the well groomed ladies that were admiring and buying the art. There was lots of style and a strong trend for very expensive boots and bags….not to… Read MoreRead More
Middleagedad and Amanda reflected in the work by Geert Goiris
Today we were thrilled to be invited along to the opening day of Frieze, supposedly to look at the art, but I was FAR more interested in the clothes. Really,… Read MoreRead More
So, for us, the two highlights of Frieze were only slightly connected with art. Firstly, the food at this fancy fair is a cut above normal exhibitions, we stopped for a cake at Gail's artisan bakery and were overwhelmed with… Read MoreRead More
Possibly our favourite Frieze artwork, the floating squirrel (he was kept in the air by magnets, very clever), The works is called The Universe is Immobile, by Agnieszka Kurant
Smart art fair Frieze opened in London this week and we… Read MoreRead More
After Frieze Art Fair last week I popped over to the Decorative Antiques and Textile Fair in Battersea Park. I’d always wanted to go but never had, this season I rectified that and picked up a few decorative tips.
After… Read MoreRead More
Actually, it’s going to be more than five.
Back in the spring, when the fashion press gets to see winter, much was made of the talented designer Emma Cook taking over the somewhat down-at-heel high street chain Warehouse. The always-smouldering… Read MoreRead More
Frieze London came around again last week, can it really be a year since the last one? TWR is lucky to have VIP access and so I did my usual brief glimpse at the very best in contemporary art followed… Read MoreRead More