Swedish label Acne was the last show on today’s busy schedule.
Tomorrow I will bring you picture highlights from Christopher Kane, Burberry Prorsum and Giles. Night x
Matthew Williamson showed his acid bright collection in the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall.
Nicoll based his collection on Henri-Georges Clouzot’s unfinished Sixties film ‘L’Enfer’ (which translates to ‘Inferno’).
Boxy shift dresses, plastic tunics and lurex knits all had a distinctive retro look.
Ancient Egypt and nineties streetwear were fused together for Unique’s spring/summer collection. Hieroglyphic crop tops and oversized sweatshirts printed with Elizabeth Taylor’s Cleopatra and hip hop caps were presented to an audience which included supermodel Naomi Campbell.
The soulful songstress Nina Simone was Peter Jensen’s chosen muse this season.
His interpretation of her life sees jacquard representing TV static – referencing the reaction from the media to her; viscose gingham and broidery anglaise were a nod to her southern roots and performance worthy satin dresses and sparkling lurex rounded up the [...]
VIDEO OF FINALE Westwood fan Pamela Anderson attended the designers Red Label show earlier at Smithfield Market.
Irina Lazareanu and Iekeliene Stange were both modelling the show.
Jonathan Saunders wooed us once again with fresh colour combinations, large scale paisley style prints and full skirt silhouettes.
Wire headdresses were worn by every model at John Rocha’s show.
You can always count on Henry Holland to pack a colourful front row. This season Jamie Winstone, Nicola Roberts, Nick Grimshaw, Pixie Geldof, Eliza Doolittle, Ellie Goulding, Laura Bailey and Lorraine Kelly…
With a Ska soundtrack, the punky collection featured tartan in ice-cream shades, snake skin details and cow prints.
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