ASOS tee Louise Gray ASOSteeAntipodium

ASOS.com, who pride themselves on working with young designers, have commissioned  Louise Gray and Antipodium to create two fantastic tees which will be available to purchase during LFW (in a week’s time), to celebrate the launch of ‘ASOS Tee-V’ – a series of films showcasing key fashion week content including catwalk shows, designer interviews, parties and behind the scenes footage from the major fashion cities. (First film goes live on the 11th.)

There is also, ahem, a quick Q&A with me over on the site here, as well as one with the brilliant Karen Walker.

AND: ASOS & LLG have joined forces to offer one delightful LLG reader the chance to win the set: one of Louise Gray’s and one of Antipodium’s designs, to celebrate today’s start of New York Fashion Week. This is the only  place giving these away, so  simply leave a comment below telling us your favourite designer, and we’ll pick the lucky reader at the weekend.

This is open to US readers too!

(ASOS are launching in the US, and throwing a party with Teen Vogue to celebrate)

For new readers: I am also running a giveaway for a brand new copy of Orla Kiely’s amazing new book Pattern, worth £25 here

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I love Jeremy Scott. His designs are so different and no other designer even comes close in terms of originality. Also love how he deisgns for men and women, me and my boyfriend can match AWW.

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Temperley London is simply stunning. Entering their flagship store in Notting Hill for the first time was like a child in a sweet shop – the colours and contrasting fabrics stand out; you want to touch everything!

From the softest leathers to the most exquisite gowns, (my sister was lucky enough to get her wedding dress that day!) Temperley London combines simple elegance with brilliant tailoring. Their bags rival the likes of Mulberry for their timeless style.

The best thing about Temperley London is that any woman, of any size can wear their clothes and still look amazing – not many designers have the ability to do that, and with the addition of plenty of studs, adds some edge and attitude!

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Louise Gray has always been a favourite of mine and this tee confirms it! I always love her colourful collaborations, from Nicholas Kirkwood shoes to her ‘I DIE’ cropped sweatshirts at Jeanette’s. She’s always manages to be fun whilst still being fashion forward and edgy.

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My favourites at the moment are Day Birger and Mikkelson.

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Ever since Style Bubble blogged about her, I have been intrigued and delighted by Louise Gray’s designs. Unfortunately, I am still to see them in the flesh *ahem*

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I have been reading this blog for ages yet recently have been feeling uneasy about it…I had to ask myself why…
This blog, albeit a blog and not a magazine, is supposed to be about fashion, lifestyle, travel, beauty, blah blah blah.
Fashion and the rest are indeed about life and lifestyle and have realised one thing….how can you write and inspire if you don’t seem to have a life? Sure I don’t need to read it but I have done for a long time now, so feel entitled to leave my comment. Your actual blogging about fashion is fairly minimal, your blogging about your life is pretty busy, but you actually don’t seem to have a life outside from hanging out with your mum and sister and dog and not do much else. So a few questions, first of all, are you ok, second of all, is this blog still about fashion, and third, do you think a couple of courgettes that are called a recipe can actually make this worthwhile? It seems a bit like you read the little ladies’ handbook when you were 14 and you are now trying to tell everybody how to be an apple shaped, no friends, no boyfriend lady but who can however set a table. Now, apple shape, no boyf, even no friends would be ok, but where are the hunger and inspiration? I don’t know whether to be concerned or just put you down as somebody who wanted to make it but never did. Sorry, I read this blog and I’m baffled.

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Given that my name starts with the letter A I should totally win this!!

Vivienne Westwood is my favourite designer and I’d adore to have see her show at LFW. Such theatre and drama and plus I admire any woman who wears a corset and six inch heels at the age of 68! An inspiration to us all.

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I love that someone said Vivienne W. I’m showing my age because I still adore the very few Sonia Rykiel pieces I have. I admit I’m catching up with the UK designers after a few years of being in a fog. So thanks for helping with that.

cheers

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i’d have to choose Charles Anastase his catwalk shows look stunning, I’m not sure if he’s slightly under the radar frankly that could be just me though i’m obviously too old for the T-shirts I’d love to give them to my teenage daughter she may stop slamming her bedroom door just for a moment.

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Its a toss up between Chanel and Marc Jacobs. both create exquisite classic with an edge of fun. In an ideal world I would be dresses head to toe in Chanel at all times but Marc Jacobs is far more accessible with what feels like a trillion diffusion lines, Marc Jacobs for £1… yes please!

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