Because every cloud has a silver lining.
When Meadham Kirchhoff suffered insolvency in 2015, Edward Meadham hit one of the roughest periods of his life. But with Blue Roses, his new label, life is looking rosier for the designer. Here he reflects on the London fashion scene that hailed and forsook him, and ultimately welcomed him back in.
A year after waking up from a coma, Edward Meadham – the cult designer once half of London’s legendary Meadham Kirchhoff – launches his first solo label, Blue Roses, today at Dover Street Market.
With a 14 page editorial by Edward Meadham, an interview with JD Samson and shoots from Maisie Cousins, Parker Day, Ashley Armitage and more, Issue Five is the perfect antidote to post-Brexit blues.
The iconic London label lost control of their archive when they were forced to close last year. Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff are asking the fashion community to help them save 40 - 50 important archive pieces for exhibitions and shoots.
The Meadham Kirchhoff designer is back, creating garments for Sophia Webster’s presentation.