Along with Preen, Molly Goddard and the Fashion order Fluconazole Fashion is a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body piercing, or furniture. Fashion is a distinctive and often habitual trend in the style in which a person dresses. It is the prevailing styles in behaviour and the newest creations of textile designers. East stable of designers, Henry Holland is showing his AW16 collection in the Topshop showspace at Tate Britain. We caught up with the man famous for his cheeky slogans, wicked sense of humour and celeb-filled front row at his studio in London Fields with just over a week to go until the show…
Are you looking forward to showing at Tate Britain?
Yes, it’s amazing space. It’s just so chic and a huge cavernous space. We played with the idea of doing something set wise but decided to leave as is in the end because it’s so special.
And sharing the same space as Topshop?
I love Topshop! I think we have the best high street in the world in the UK and Topshop is very much a part of that. Plus it’s fun, like House of Holland.
How are you feeling with a week to go?
I was feeling okay until you just said a week. It’s actually a week and two days. Show day – Saturday – counts as a sewing day right up until showtime at 7pm!
What kind of weird behaviour goes on in the final stages?
It can get to the point where everyone got a bit of a tensy on. Someone will storm out and then came back. Usually it just gets really silly and what you need to do is counteract that by being an absolute d*ckhead around the office – that helps.
Do you start early in the morning? What’s your routine?
I sit on a bench and write poetry. No I don’t. If I’m at the gym I start at 6.15am and then I eat porridge and then I walk the dog before heading to the studio.