Eric Oliveira

Eric Oliveira is a photographer. Hatched and incubated in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for five years he has been inhabiting North London. His work predominately centres on an intrigue with anthropology and people, documenting and capturing shots authentic and direct as possible.

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MAN S/S12: Martine Rose

Held at the Topman space as part of MAN this year, the designer showed her new line of layered sheer shirts on coloured prints

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Christopher Shannon S/S12

Fishtail macs and patchwork detailed sweatshirts in muted colours baring the designer's trademark features produced a dark and interesting collection

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Lou Dalton S/S12

Impecably tailored pieces, a very English sensibility, and a heavy influence from 80s Brit youth culture, came in the form of tailored sports coats and shiny panelled shirts

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Oliver Spencer S/S12

Primary blues, reds and greens all impressed on tailored chino's and shorts, a good sport jacket, lightweight knits and short sleeved shirts

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New Gen S/S12

A selection of the most promising new designers in menswear showcase their collections at Somerset House

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New Power Studio S/S12

Thom Murphy of the London-based label takes on cropped shapes and sleeves working with darker tones of deep navy and jet black

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Topman Design S/S12

Bohemian finishes to sharp tailored looks and Eastern influenced prints on silk and cotton produced a decadent and luxurious collection

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MAN S/S12: Shaun Samson

Showing as part of the MAN series, the Southern Californian-born designer presented a collection inspired by his hometown with khaki's and woven materials

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Meadham Kirchhoff S/S12

Set to a Spice Girls soundtrack, the design duo showed baby doll dresses, chequerboard cardigans, fluffy bolero jackets and huge stacked wedged sole shoes in metallic colours

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Aquascutum S/S12

Relaxed wide legged trousers and glistening silk tops in fresh bright colours created a collection that was effortlessly chic and totally wearable

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Giles Womenswear S/S12

Grandeur and extravagance were present in a stunning collection of beautiful dresses, abstract prints and sharply tailored power suits

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Pringle Womenswear S/S12

New creative director Alistair Carr reworked the British label's classics and offered brightly coloured knits and interesting ropework detailing

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Richard Nicoll S/S12

PVC and neoprene materials in pastel pinks and powder blues dominated a 60s and 70s influenced collection that still managed to be modern in its cuts

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Fashion East S/S12

The TopShop-supported fashion show presented impressive collections from Marques' Almeida, James Long and Maarten van der Horst

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Fred Butler S/S12

Intricately constructed, colourful and futuristic pieces inspired by underwater creatures were accessorised with striking head pieces and big ruffles

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Acne Womenswear S/S12

Designer Jonny Johannsen made a sartorial statement with bold colour blocking on big silhouettes and tough edgy tailoring

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Emilio de la Morena S/S12

Inspired by American clay sculptor Michael Lucero, the designer showed ntricate boning and sheer-ish organza skirts contrasting with raised, puffed textured panels like the breast of an exotic bird of paradise

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Ashish S/S12

Floral printed pieces were mixed with Doc Martins, straw hats and dark lips for a punk meets prim mismatched aesthetic

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Jonathan Saunders S/S12

Cocktail dresses, oversized-fit work shirts, classic Saunders knits and loose blouses in pastel colours dominated in this unused office space in central London

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b Store S/S12

Lost bohemian travellers explore film inside 33 Portland Place for Matthew Murphy and Kirk Beattie's in house brand

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Christopher Raeburn S/S12

Using vintage deadstock military fabrics, the designer staged a pop up exhibition at the Museum of London incorporating film, a large LED ellipse and loud colours

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