• Episode 1 - Mixed

    On the premiere episode, let us review some of the stand out designers in this year’s Spring Summer collection, showcasing the highlights in the runways of Russia, Buenos Aires, Beijing, Amsterdam, Russia and Australia and how their designers measure up with the luxury labels such as Dior, Saint Laurent and Prada.

    Let’s find out what the stars are wearing during the Met Ball and the Academy Awards with spotlights on Jennifer Lawrence, Michelle Williams, Emily Blunt, Daniel Radcliff and Charlize Theron.

    Designers featured: Krommenacker, Visentini, Ne Tiger, Winde Rienstra, OudiFu, Anna Langdon, Gareth Pugh, Isabel Marant, Aquilano Rimondi, Telega, Carolina Herrera, Dior, Saint Laurent and Prada.

  • Episode 2 - Italian Designers

    Do Italians do it better on the runway? In this Italian special, let’s see if the British, American and Swiss designers can compete with the big Italian labels such as Dolce & Gabanna Armani, and Gucci.

    Kiri will give an inside scoop on the known celebrities spotted on the runways in Milan Fashion Week as well as the celebrities wearing these Italian labels.


  • Episode 3 - French Fashion

    Let’s check if the French designers really do hold the cards when it comes to style. Will the Parisians keep it’s footing in innovation and craftsmanship or will there be a chance for the Lebanese label Elie Saab to give them a run? Paul Gaultier is in his element but will he still have an upper hand when the Italian brands Fendi and Prada join the table?

    Who went French on the red carpet? Find out on Kiri’s Celebrity Red Carpet as the stars in the Met Ball went olalah with Givenchy. Who wore the label with pride and who wore a questionable number that might cause this celebrity to be banned on next year’s ball?

    Designers featured: Loewe, Burberry, Carven, Lanvin, Peachoo Kerberg, Jean Paul Gaultier, Elie Saab, Nina Ricci, Fendi, Cacharel, Prada, Jean Paul Gaultier, Aigner

  • Episode 4 - British Designers

    How did the Brits fair when it comes to style? Does the UK simply rule the school with cool? Or will the French and Italian steal the show from the Brits with a fierce competition in the runways. Are the British the best tailors in the world? Let’s see if Stella McCartney can cling to her title. Can Westwood outshine Missoni?

    We do see a lot of celebs wearing the British designers on the red carpet with Cameron Diaz and Kirsten Stewart on Stella MCcartney, Christina Ricci and Helena Bonham Carter in Westwood creations. How about the punk headdress worn by Sarah Jessica Parker by Philip Treacy?

    Designers featured: Stella McCartney, Holly Fulton, Todd Lynn, Vivienne Westwood, Maison Mouret, Rochas, Julien David, Balmain, Julien Fournié, Wunderkind, Maison Martin Margiela, Franck Sorbier, Missoni, Michael Kors, Philip Treacy

  • Episode 5 - USA

    Designers featured: Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, DKNY, Vera Wang, Zac Posen, Lutz Huelle, Bouchra Jarrar, Gustavo Lins, Niki Teljega, Salvatore Ferragamo, Dsquared2, Trussardi, Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger

  • Episode 6 - Asia

    Prints, Beading Embroidery dominates the Asian designers collection this season with bright animal prints by Kenzo, fantastic sculptural shapes by Lui Fang, and the intricate beading and embroidery by Manish Arora. Are they good enough to compete with Diane von Furstenberg’s acid bright head to toe colour blocking?

    Spotted on the front row of these events are Brook Shields…. . But the question is, are the celebs wearing these Asian designers on the red carpet?

    Designers featured: Oudifu, Kenzo, Eudon Choi, Lui Fang, Moon Young Hee, Shiroma, Diane von Furstenberg, Alice Auaa, Kamishina Chinami, Jenny Packham, Son Jung Wan