Held at the Royals Courts of Justice tonight, Gile’s Deacon’s collection was inspired by a lot of S’s… showgirls, superstars, society women and silver swans…and the results was simply stunning. I’ll let the pictures do the talking…
P.s a special mention here for the brilliant Stephen Jones who designed the swan headdresses.
The face of Burberry, model Cara Delevingne opened todays show which was held in a specially erected marquee in Kensington Gardens. Kanye West, Sienna Miller and Paul Weller were all on the front row.
Cropped parkers, macs with woven raffia arms or collars, straw caps and raffia wedges with strings of beads, all delivered in delicious [...]
Erdem Moralioglu kept to his signature floral theme, this time choosing a white and ice blue colour palette, experimenting with layered chiffon dresses, transparent macs and shimmering fabrics and topped off with Mary Poppins style hats and gloves which finished at the wrist.
Louise Gray’s random use of colour and embellishment always makes for an interesting show.
By Gemma Hayward | | Monday, 19 September 2011 at 11:33 pm
Alistair Carr’s first collection for Scottish heritage brand Pringle was a success. We loved the geometric prints and the techie knitted dresses, and not forgetting the small, but futuristic looking shades.
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 [...]
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