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FASHION VS INTERIOR SPACES: Comparison of London Fashion Week SS16 Runway Looks With Interior Spaces

While the clothes constantly keep changing with trends, the runway more or less remains the same. How long will our beloved models keep walking on the same runway? Hence, I decided to give these models a home with stunning interior decors. Just kidding! This article merely attempts to compare the colour scheme, motifs and style of runway designs seen at London Fashion Week SS16 runway with interesting interior design spaces. As a fashion designer, I’ve always drawn inspiration from the form and shapes of architectural structures and interior decor props. This article runs on reverse gear, from garments to inspiration in form of interior spaces. Cross-over of fashion with other form of art and design has always resulted in unique and innovative endeavours. From hot mess at Christopher Kane’s runway to gigantic leg-o-mutton sleeves at JW Anderson, here I bring together some of my favourite looks from LFW SS16 runway with uncannily similar interior spaces.

Geometric mess at CHRISTOPHER KANE SS16
Vintage Victorian inspiration at ERDEM SS16
Bell sleeves at HOLLY FULTON SS16
Sleek and minimal linear elements at ISSA SS16
Voluminous leg-o-mutton sleeve at JW ANDERSON SS16
Print riot at MARY KATRANTZOU SS16
Monochromatic tiered dress at OSMAN SS16
Fiery red tiered dress at OSMAN SS16
Subtle textures at PETER PILOTTO SS16
Voluminous bell sleeves at ROKSANDA SS16
Crochet swimsuit at SIBLING SS16
Decorative borders at TEMPERLEY SS16
Sleek silk shirt at TOPSHOP SS16
Sugar candy hues at EMILIA WICKSTEAD SS16
Floral bloom at EMILIA WICKSTEAD
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