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London Looks

The pick of some of the best labels at the Londoncentral and Londonedge streetwear shows


Komodo has been producing eco-friendly clothing for men and women for the past 15 years, using fabrics such as hemp. The brand's autumn 07 womenswear offer features embroidery and fake fur trimmings, while the menswear range uses military influences such as regimental patches and badges. Prices from £5 for accessories to £60 for coats. 020 7722 3523,


Having started life as an accessories brand selling to the likes of Topman, Roxton's clothing range is now in its second season. The collection has a retro feel thanks to its slim-fit Western shirts, but with added pastel checks, cardies and hoodies. It has 35 UK stockists and is launching trousers this season. Prices from £7 for T-shirts and £13 for trousers. 07789 432726


Retro technology references and old-school video games are the concept behind the seven-year-old Joystick Junkies label. Prints are designed in house or based on licensed images, including Pac-Man logos and Space Invader prints. Finishes range from vintage-feel cottons to slubs and acid washes. Prices from £10 to £12. 020 7724 9243,


From the creators of denim brand Road, Monkee Genes is a debut womenswear collection based on 1970s looks, including skinny-fit and high-waisted flared jeans. The collection comes with swing tags that are used to explain the brand's ethical trading credentials. Prices from £13 to £18. 01629 636260, www.monkee


T-shirt-based Funk Rock is the debut brand from four-store St-Albans-based chain Moist. The autumn 07 womenswear collection includes cotton crushed tops with retro 1960s and 1970s themes, featuring slogans such as Flower Power and Rainbow Rock. It also includes a line of chiffon dresses in a variety of prints. Prices from £5 for T-shirts to £10 for dresses. 01727 874333


Rock 'n' roll label CBGB started selling at the New York music venue of the same name, and has been picked up by Selfridges this spring. The classic black T-shirts are joined by striped styles, with accessories and kidswear also introduced. Prices from £8. 020 7993 2758,


Womenswear brand Culture has built up 250 UK stockists since it was given a younger, more trend-led revamp three years ago, moving it away from its original ethnic styling. Aimed at 25- to 45-year-olds, the label is supplied by London supplier Prabha Arts. Prices from £7 to £15. 020 7702 8789


Bristol independent Spunky has about 30 UK stockists for its SP:UK T-shirt range. The label supports new designers by inviting them to design prints for the tops, which then feature a swing ticket with a brief biography of the designer. The business also includes a dress brand called Auspicious, now in its third season. Prices from £11 for men's T-shirts and from £8 to £14 for womenswear. 0870 870 5343,

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