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JW Anderson Leads the Winners at the British Fashion Awards 2015

 

Beats by Dre team up with KITH for the new studio headphones.

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New York based fashion brand KITH have teamed up with legendary musician and audio genius, Dr. Dre, as part of their recent ‘City Never Sleeps’ collaboration, an impressive remake to the wireless ‘Studio’ headphone. The new design will feature a navy and chrome colour-way, with a respectable relation to the iconic New York skyline. With an exiting bluetooth hands-free feature, the new collaborative ‘Studio’ headphone will also feature a 30-foot wireless connection for music and call uses.

The limited edition Beats by Dre headphones will be releasing on black friday at all KITH locations and online, retailing at $400.

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JW Anderson leads 2015 British Fashion Awards with double win. 

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Yesterday’s 2015 British Fashion Awards hosted several household names and awarded the most current. On top of securing the menswear Award last year, Jonathan Anderson took home both awards for womenswear and menswear designer of the year for his quasi-eponymous line J.W. Anderson. He currently designs for LVMH-owned womenswear label Loewe as well. This year’s 17 winners were determined by a voting pool of 800 esteemed industry members and were presented with awards in front of a 2,130-person crowd.

Other winners include: Emerging Womenswear Designer: Thomas Tait, Emerging Menswear Designer: Grace Wales Bonner, Emerging Accessory Designer: Jordan Askill, New Establishment Designer: Mary Katrantzou, Establishment Designer: Erdem, Accessory Designer: Charlotte Olympia, Outstanding Achievement: Karl Lagerfeld, Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator: Nick Knight, International Designer: Alessandro Michele for Gucci, Red Carpet Designer: Tom Ford, Brand: Stella McCartney, Model: Jourdan Dunn, Creative Campaign: Burberry, British Style – Fashion Innovator Award: FKA Twigs and British Style – Red Carpet Ambassador Award: Gwendoline Christie.

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