NOTE: due to the huge amounts of stuff to be covered, I’ll be cutting back [aka, making them not so horrendously long] on my posts. A girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do to keep up with LFW.
He said he was trying to get back to what had originally got him interested in fashion; the simple fun of creating, playing with fabrics and textures and prints, and coming up with something completely one’s own.
Sophie Srej. Beige dress with fur arms – definitely a unique look (although it gave me flashbacks to Balenciaga Pre-Fall 09…)
Structurally sound and metallic olive.
Ha ha, this made me think of the Tin Man. The light gives it really interesting patterns. (And gotta love the thigh-high silver metallic boots).
More patterned silver; slouchy with a huge necklace and one mother of a HAT.
Jourdan Dunn. Layers of grey and white over a bejewelled skirt.
Love the colours & print, but the shape looks a little wide.
You can definitely see the “fun” in this one.
Great little dress & shoes. I love about this collection: it’s not all simple b&w.
Kinga Rajzak. Love this, absolutely adore this. The hugely oversize fur, the velvet-looking boots (or are those pants? Ha ha, I should probably get that figured out.) And the HAT.
Sort of 40’s & 50’s Hollywood glamour.
AHH. Love, love, LOVE!
Closing the show was Yulia Kharlaponova, wearing this gorgeous dark grey & silver tulle and… other stuff gown with a skirt that vaguely resembles a lampshade with nails sticking out of it.
House of Holland
Definitely a standout collection, what with its multi-hued & banded pants and jackets and everything in between. Very refreshing and very, very London. Also very Agyness.
Ayness Deyn. You know what? Most of these are totally capable of speaking for themselves, so I’ll limit my input. Enjoy!
Have to say something. Love the banded tights & this coat is HEAVEN.
Edythe Hughes. Eep! Shoes and muff! 🙂 🙂
So fun. Love the shoes.
Agyness and Henry Holland.
I WANT THOSE SHOES.
Ahem. Now that my girlish squealing has subsided, let’s move on to Ossie Clark…
Another collection with refreshing brights. More 70’s than 80’s, which was also refreshing.
Katrin Thormann. Love the shoes and orange, especially in all the different hues… we didn’t see too much orange elsewhere.
Again, love the colour – the sleeves are a bit dated, I think; such an exagerrated bell sleeve is less in now than just voluminous. But hey, it’s still gorgeous!
Sort of a classic look.
Tao. Love the layers, the sheer, and the sheen. And the bag. (!)
Dramatic, flowy, vintagey. Love the tie at the top, the ruffles at the hem, and the colour.
Mmm, maroon! And love the ruffley bag.
Ah, love love love. The sheer top under the perfect, PERFECT blazer… all with those loose trousers. Agh. I’m salivating over here (haha, TMI sorry).
There you have it! (I’m not nearly done… see all my other posts for more LFW updates… streeet style, backstage, and on the runway!)