Aftershock

Aftershock is a luxury British fashion brand and one of the leading designers, retailers and manufacturers of handcrafted womenswear and accessories.

CELEBRITY FOLLOWING

The cornerstones of all Aftershock's collections are its prints, shapes and intricate handiwork; the majority of which are made with varieties of luxurious and natural fibres such as silk, satin, and soft cottons. True to the brand's British heritage, the collections also incorporate traditional fabrics and classic vintage designs.

Aside from the fabulous cuts and quality fabrics synonymous with Aftershock's women's clothing, great attention is paid to finish and details with trims and fastenings made to the highest specifications. Aftershock's signature colours for its clothes are obsidian black, ruby red and emerald green with strong highlights that compliment the brand's monochrome classics. Each collection is influenced by the seasonal catwalk trends and often contains archive-inspired pieces that have been developed and contemporised. Little wonder that Aftershock has attracted the likes of Madonna, Helen Mirren, Charlotte Church and Paris Hilton, to name a few, with its glamorous  evening dresses.

FASHION-FORWARD SHOPPING

The site is simply designed and easy to use with collections divided into categories, and each piece is clearly photographed with the option to zoom in if you need a better look. Browse the current collection and get a preview of the latest designs via the Coming Soon section. To download the latest seasonal catalogues, simply register your details in the My Aftershock section of the site, and to visit a store in person, just use the online store finder. Originally conceived of as a brand profile site, Aftershock Online is now considered a one-stop shopping destination for fashion forward women, a fact emphasised by its continuous coverage in both print and web publications and its numerous TV apperances.

Aftershock is an ethical and socially responsible company that follows approved working and environmental standards and which supports numerous charities including Marie Curie, Cancer Research and UNICEF.
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