En Vie / Fashion Magazine

Find us on the latest edition of En Vie Magazine, courtesy of photographer Vik Vallentino, styling Margo Zhurm
'My way' front page - trousers by Lavinia Cadar


Jute Magazine Photoshoot

Fashion and painting in THE MUSE photographed by Tom Buck

stylist: Natalie Jacob
hair: Porco Yosuke
makeup: Snowkei Lan
model: Anna P @ Named Models
shot in the studio of artists Aurelie Freoua and AAFA Fashion and paintings in THE MUSE photographed by Tom Buck
featuring clothing by Topshop, House of CB, Lavinia Cadar, and Ester Mangas


ID Magazine photo shoot

Submission for ID Magazine. 

Stylist: Eduarda Concon

Phothgrapher: Jak Flash 


June Magazine 2016

Featuring a candid interview with the designer, Lavinia Cadar at page 67, and a stunning editorial photoshoot on the front cover of the magazine. 


House of Coco Magazine - For the wanderers, adventurers and marvellous millennials

Very pleased to be featured in the London based fashion magazine House of Coco. It will be available soon on the stands of Selfridges, Harrods and Liberty's to name a few. 

Industry Magazine - Oxford University

'Alice in Wonderland' inspired photo shoot of the AW15/16 Commedia dell'Arte collection - and the Oxford vibe runs through relentlessly.

Industry Magazine - Oxford University's Art and Culture publication. See more here: http://issuu.com/industryeditor/docs/industry_vol.viii/51?e=11223803%2F13788796 

OXHC Magazine

Oxford Fashion week turns heads! Featuring my opening piece (centre right image) for the Genesis Show as part of the Oxford Fashion Week 2015. 

MY Fashion Magazine

My Fashion Magazine featuring the wool and silk blue jumpsuit showcased at the Catwalk Edit as part of the London Fashion Week 2015. 

VOGUE UK - Online


BRICKS Magazine

Featuring an editorial photo shoot with the London based magazine, ready to issue in April 2015 across the country. The outfits are from my 'Ditat Deus' and 'Commedia dell'Arte' collections. 

Cherwell - Oxford's Independent Student Newspaper

"Moving onto safer ground, we talk about the designers themselves.  Jemima is most excited by Lavinia Cadar, although admits she is slightly biased towards her since she is one of the designers in the Genesis line-up. Cadar uses modern technology such as 3D printing and laser cutting to form her garments, resulting in some incredible structured pieces. She, alongside the designers for all the shows, are sourced especially for the week and in previous years designers have even flown into Oxford in order to take part."