LED FANTASY | an Euqinom7Designs - Style Story

Welcome to my latest piece of Art work/Style Story .. Entitled 

This is a dream within my reality .. My internal highs and lows pouring through the lenses of my camera screen I have never felt so connected with creativity as I did when I filmed this style story and this is the best way I can externally express my creativity in a stifling environment an environment that gave birth to my yarning of freedom through artistry... (fashion film interpretation) Just want to say a massive thank you to @4feetshoes for always providing me with the best ever customer service, like my gosh these amazing light up buffalo platform sneakers featured in this video, is a collaboration with Buffalo sneakers and 4feetshoesThese are undoubtably in my top 10 dream shoes list.... 
...I seriously should have these shoes on a mantelpiece at home .. but hey I'm an artist and I have to walk in my art so let's just say my mantelpiece has to be the pavements and roads it's still all built from the same material right? Lol ok and you already know that all clothing and accessories are mentioned below are made by Euqinom7Designs, hope you all enjoy the video!


Cyber hugs 
Monzie X


STYLE STORY - VIDEO  EDITED By @Euqinom7designs

POP ART ME BOMBER JACKET - By @Euqinom7designs
DRIVE ME WILD CAR EARRINGS  - By @Euqinom7designs
BUFFALO LED FOOTWEAR By - www.4FeetShoes.com 
DESTINATION CAR TSHIRT - By @Euqinom7designs





London Fashion Week DAY 2 ... The Future and Wearable Art

LFW Day 2 ... 
The Future, Wearable Art & My Game Face Outfit Lighting the way...

Today I choose to wear an outfit that I designed and made a few years back and I absolutely loved every minute of wearing it …I really love to explore different types of creative ways of expressing myself when it comes to dressing my body i hardly pay attention to trends or critics.

The drive me wild bomber is a key piece from my Kawaii inspired collection and the long sheer hooded dress with LED lights is from my ‘Futrue Now’/ futuristic clothing Collection and oh boy excuse me whilst I hold my breath… first time I looked in the mirror at my face and thought damn girl your beautiful Ha Ha Ha, I just love this tattoo on my face, this idea was inspired by the components of car engine parts. WELCOME TO MY CREATIVE MIND ... ON MY BODY…

...Right back to LFW daily lol, although I thoroughly enjoy taking pictures of creative street style outfits, talking to people and networking, I unfortunately didn’t get to experience much of the above at LFW Day 2, as my camera was hibernating from that awful fall at LFW Day 1 yikes >.< and I didn’t want to make friends with a hospital bed because of a trucks or taxis or cars whilst getting my picture taken/ taking pictures of various street styles on Brewer Street Soho LOL!

Meeeeeh… I missed being apart of the buzzing street style atmosphere for that day, because to me this is where I seem to find more genuine lovers of this art medium called fashion.

After 2mins we left the fashionable chaotic brewer street crazyness, to go and watch some much needed catwalk shows at the Grand Connaught Rooms for the Fashion finest event.

Within minutes of the catwalk show I was completely in awe of Fabricated Fashions’ collection, it totally took me back to the amazing clothing I sew at the John Paul Gaultier exhibition.

As the golden corset armour tops both for men and women graced the runway it also silenced the audience completely, none of that prestige (throws hands in the air dramatically) bourgie bourgie attitude at this catwalk show (insert pissing my panties with laughter emoji) ‘Fabricated Fashions’, collection is exactly what it looks like when fabric exploration, creativity and the body meet in unison, with a touch of medieval but sophisticated and wearable, this of course was my highlight of Day 2 at LFW and it made all the stressful crazyness worth it! 

Fabricated Fashions’ collection video below

From Google images

From Google images

BYE BYE London Fashion Week Untill next time….

Sheer LED Hooded Dress  - designed and made By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

CAR/ Drive Me Wild Bomber Jacket - designed and made By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

Earrings/ Jewelry  - By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

Hair Styled - By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

Shoes Lights - By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

NOX Sneakers - By @Undergroundshoes

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London Fashion Week DAY1 ... Nu-Future & The Glow After The Rain

Nu-Future & The Glow After The Rain

I mean even though the day was a complete catastrophe from the get go I still looked for the light inside of me, you know those positive thoughts that softly whispers ... 'keep going' even though you may look like a wet dog in the rain whilst you not only do your best to pose for photos as you cling onto your camera that falls to the ground when dodging cars, taxis, trucks and people on the small roads of Brewer St Soho, Monzie, you're doing what you love LOL ... I'm singing in the rain i'm singing in the rain O_o 

So finally a few rain drops later i was able to look for styles that inspired me, from bold bright prints, quirky accessories, flamboyantly cut clothing, outfits full of character and colour to networking with some amazing people on road curbs where i sew and spoke to new bloggers and 
bloggers i already knew from past London fashion week Adventures, i also got some awesome pictures with the amazing FKA Twig's dancer @Kanerflex now that was the best part of my day : ) what rain huh.

But hold on drum roll please ... more like loud car horns on brewer street, the most important part of the day for me was seeing the evening bring on some grey clouds, but without the rain of course. 'why' i hear you say? because the main highlight of the outfit i designed was to see my gilet jacket light up and those grey clouds was well needed for this (so that the 'light inside of me cloud came out lol) I was then able to happily step into the present & the future at the same time, No guys I'm serious I did .. right there before my eyes was the biggest feature of my outfit, the LED lights on my gilet jacket where  GLOWING GLOWINGGGGGGGG Ha Ha  ... I swear iron man couldn't beat me on his best best day.

 I just want to say a massive Thank You to @UNDERGROUNDSHOES for further bringing out the futuristic look to my multi pocket LED gilet jacket.
I'm so grateful & proud to promote the #NOX Sneakers for #LFW15 not only are these sneakers comfortable, stylish and light as I felt like I was floating, but they looked super awesome with my outfit! 
These sneakers are truly the new generation of bold, androgynous, rebellious..footwear with a kick of Nu-Future and that is me all over!



(All clothing subject to copyright) 
LED multi pocket Gilet - designed and made By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

Lego Heart - made By Bowywonder - transformed into a choker - By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

Red Sting Vest Dress - By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

Hair Styled - By Monzie aka #Euqinom7Designs

NOX Sneakers - By @Undergroundshoes

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From Black Gyaru Harajuku Princess to Kente Dolly .... Monzie @ African Fashion Week London

From Black Gyaru Harajuku Princess to Kente Dolly


With less than two hours sleep I managed to have an absolutely awesome day at the African fashion week exhibition, in Kensington Olympia London, on Saturday.

It was my first time attending African fashion week in London, so I truly didn't know what to expect and boy was I in such an amazing place.
I did not regret staying up all night putting the time and effort into making myself an African printed outfit, inspired by the kente fabric.
I loved every minute of free styling the outfit I wore and designed from scratch I literally had no pen, paper, draft paper, pattern paper, nothing just my mind, my hands, ohh and i have to give credit to my sewing machine and the thread LOL and what amazes me most about this outfit, is that it had such a girly feel and look to it which is very different for me but I guess when you go with the flow creatively anything is possible .. I turned from punk tomboy to African prom princess in just one night!

The day was sunny hot and beautiful, as I stepped off the bus I felt like Kensington Olympia had transformed into an African island for the day (excuse me as I visaulise my need to travel)

Walking into AFWL...... It was extremely empowering to see so many of my people in the same place altogether celebrating culture, creativity, food, art, fashion, style and love, but most importantly celebrating the love we all have for each other and art. I couldn't believe that amount of creative people that was there sharing work, everywhere I looked everyone was smiling laughing and happy, I couldn't control myself I literally got talking to over 30 people hold on, hold on actually, I think maybe close to 50 people no joke even if it was brief encounters with lots of people it was all very relevant and fun.

There was so much to see so many beautiful looking women and men, Good Lord melanin is just extremely beautiful along with other races and cultures. Everybody was just having a good time with the sounds of classic African music to afro beats, R&B and Hip Hop blasting from the performance area where performers, danced, singed and entertained everyone.

The vibe of an absolutely good time was just flowing through the whole entire exhibition and even though I went to this exhibition alone I never felt alone people was just so friendly, from designers to photographers there was this genuine humbleness expressed in all of my verbal encounters, this was so different to most fashion focused environments not comparing just extremely humbled by and proud of African fashion week, cannot believe I haven't been before.

I loved so many outfits I saw, half the time I couldn't even grab my camera quick enough to take pictures of all the outfits that people had on, because I just wanted to converse with the wearer the designer and anybody, I love to talk by the way can you tell LOL!

My heart obviously skipped a beats a few times in that place, not only at the outfits I saw but when I came across the African accessories, Lord give me strength, they where so beautifully made & although some where expensive they was worth every penny as most items were hand-made and no detail was left untouched straight from the AFWL runway to. 
All round me was classic African headwear to amazingly draped and layered Kente printed fabric on so many beautiful women, so many different shapes and structures went into the design of the wearers outfit it was truly extraordinary.
Unfortunately I didn't get to see any runway/catwalk shows next time I definitely will, but although this was the case, just seeing the exhibition alone was more than enough.

P.S this event is open to everyone of any culture just celebrating the African heritage and the many talented designers artists models etc from different parts of the African continent also Jamaican, British and everyone who truly wanted to embrace a different/ their own culture was there together celebrating colorful bold bright creative outfits, loud music tongue teasing cuisines from around Africa, I mean what more could you ask for .. lol I would say a ticket to the fashion show but there's always a next time and I will have something new to look forward to at my next visit to The African fashion week London 2016!

I just want to give a BIG shout out to Angela Plummer designer of the amazing BrAiD CoUtUrE clothing line made from HAIR

You are such a wonderful humbled human being with an extremely creative talent you truly inspirer me to go forth in the future and be the person I truly want to be at every moment especially when it comes to art-exploration innovation and creativity, and I've only met you once, I wish you all the best for your future.

(Peeks from youtube moan-network)



Outfits worn by monzie are designed/ styled by > Monzie AKA Euqinom7Designs<

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