The construct as much as the approaching autumn/winter 2023 season has been “chaos, as ever” in response to Vogue East’s head of tasks, Raphaelle Moore. “Primarily due to me!” quips the platform’s founder, Lulu Kennedy. 

The duo, who’ve facilitated the rise of new-gen London abilities like KNWLS, Maximilian Davis and Chet Lo (amongst many, many others), at this time unveil a contemporary line-up for autumn/winter 2023 forward of their present at The Truman Brewery in February, comprising three designers: Standing Floor and Karoline Vitto, each getting back from spring/summer season 2023, plus newcomer Johanna Parv. 

“It’s fascinating how every of the three designers is so authentically particular to their explicit aesthetic,” explains Kennedy, who loves how every designer “geeks out on the performance and particulars” in their very own approach. Central Saint Martins alum Johanna Parv’s athletic aesthetic and “tremendous fashionable clear strains and hues” actually stood out throughout the choice course of, Kennedy says. “Johanna doesn’t need you to compromise your look simply since you are biking to work,” Moore says. 

Michael Stewart of Standing Floor.


Autumn/winter 2023 would be the first time shortly that Vogue East has offered an completely womenswear line-up – former fixture Jawara Alleyne was the final to point out a unisex providing. Michael Stewart of Standing Floor will return along with his mesmerising robes – the floor-sweeping types from final season have already been seen on the crimson carpet – and Karoline Vitto together with her measurement inclusive clothes and separates.